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They're more than good enough for a student. Also, a watch isn't recommended, for that traditionally is not part of formal wear.
Reports say noticeable side effects usually are temporary. Almost all transplant surgeons say patients with male-pattern baldness should be taking hair loss medications when they do work on them.
Short answer: what's situationally appropriate? It gets trickier because clothes usually are (and probably should be) multi-use (e.g., work and play), most men want to keep the same hairstyle throughout, and sometimes the situation involves trying to move up the ladder at work. After settling that, then it gets into what accurately, positively reflects who the client is and what he likes, can afford, and already has. One very focused on "dressing or appearing as one wants"...
Doesn't RMRS work with Alpha M? No matter how good the mass-marketed content is, it's just that. Writing an article aimed at the masses is inherently a flawed approach (albeit often still worth doing). Very few people can develop good style without interpersonal help from knowledgeable individuals. Anyway, this topic continues to be depressing, for multiple reasons. It would be nice if people would read the old "Image of Image Consulting" article (via the link below)....
Lands' End.
Should've waited at least a few hours before purchase. The one you did buy looks rather formal for a young man (mainly due to the double-breasted), enough that it's incompatible with jeans. Also, between the extra material and the flannel, it might run warmer than wanted. That aside, it appears to be well-made and tasteful. The Zara one has a more youthful look, but anything from there is unlikely to be of high quality and it has too much synthetic material.
Close. Large tie patterns are problematic for short or very thin people. Someone who is slightly short but heavy probably can wear a big pattern.
White shirt, dark brown belt with dark brown shoes or black belt with black shoes, and white or gold pocket square (unnecessary) would be okay. Do not wear a black shirt.
Do not try online tailoring. Initial fits often are bad, and an unstylish customer might not even realize that. $500-$1000 for 5-10 shirts is plenty*. That might as well include a polo shirt (not the golf kind) and some long-sleeve sportshirts. Probably at least one solid navy or gray v-neck cotton or wool sweater, too, if it is not the tropics. The dress shirts should include white, light blue, and checked and horizontally-striped patterns. French cuff is not for...
Strong example why many men should not shop at Suit Supply. It is mostly for slim men, and it does not carry the full range of sizes.Try, for example, Brooks Brothers in a size 43. 44 is also a possibility. 42 would be too tight.
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