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It's likely that second tie's pattern is too bold ("ugly") to some. It's the contrast of the dots with the background color and their absolute size and strange complexity. It actually looks better from a distance. The other looks dated, probably the combination of the geometric pattern and the colors.
It's unlikely to be a tee shirt, and 99% of the time it's okay to wear something more formal than that - but for guidelines, yes, ask the friend.
This is cheaper and possibly a little cooler (and very likely less durable). http://www.6pm.com/frye-carter-chukka-brown-suede?zhlfid=139&kpid=30878499&PID=6147257&AID=10705449&utm_source=VigLink&splash=none&utm_medium=affiliate By the way, lightweight socks - Viccel sells a version thereof.
West Coast? Getting warmer, at least figuratively speaking. If it's LA, the flash on a cosmetic surgeon probably is much more acceptable than it would be in most other locations. And what about shoes? That might be the second-most important apparel category for a cosmetic surgeon. Furthermore, to be blunt, this situation (cosmetic surgeon, major wardrobe upgrade) probably is best handled with professional assistance, because the appearance matters so much.
A striped tie with three colors (probably one stripe narrow) would be a solid addition. Perhaps also a two-stripe tie where one color is medium- or dark blue and the other is not white. A paisley would make sense. Some unusual materials such as wool and linen deserve consideration.
The Simon Carter has basically the same problem as the Armani. The crocodile strap is a minor issue, as in perhaps not an appropriate choice for a lower-level interview.
The products that contain ketoconazole might help slightly, but those likely sponsored shampoos are overpriced.
The question is a common, frustrating one. Usually a striped tie (comprised of two colors) is one of the better solutions. Tie choice (fabric, color, and so on) is very much influenced by situation. Also, anything reddish as the main color seldom looks good on red-heads.
Yes, looking a little tight in the hips. Same with the seat. Try one waist size bigger (thereupon taken in) or a different line of pants.
Too wide for the face.
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