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Or add "Appreciation" to the title of this thread so everyone knows it's all about sweetness and light and to take the Pitti Hate Machine elsewhere. Otherwise It should be fair to to compliment EFV as well as say "you know, there is a former SF AV and current member who has an interesting yellow Tattersall DB but the red buttons take it into Ronald McDonald territory"
He's owned Al Bazar since 1969 so add a decade or two to his age
Hey DC, everybody at DressedWell really like this fit. You should post more dark colours. They suit you
you might want to check out Asos which seems to have tweed-esque fabrics at low prices and you can mix and match. Not sure how slim fitting/shrunken you want things though:http://www.asos.com/search/tweed?q=tweed&refine=floor:floor_1001|attribute_989:attributeitem_4868¤tpricerange=10-545&pgesize=36
yes, horrible stuff. be best to clear it all out of Fok's forum here. no place for it.
Well other than the strange coincidence of the wording of that post and yours, I think It was established it is an old design. There is a post in the classifieds from http://www.styleforum.net/t/387139/crockett-jones-salisbury-uk-7-brown-wingtip-derby
There is a post from on AAAC http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/forum/showthread.php?113399-Are-these-Crockett-amp-Jones-shoes-real from August 24th, 2011 The poster asks: Hi, First time poster, i've read the forums for a while. I've just been offered these shoes. They're Crockett & Jones Salisbury. I can't find any history of the Salisbury style. Also I'm unsure of the age. Can anyone tell me if they are genuine by the pictures? Also what kind of value should I be...
I think Fritzl thinks Mr. Shoegazer is shilling for Maftei & the trunk show he is involved with. Now Butthurt, Mr. Shoegazer brings it to the attention of the forum in a Robinsonesque redux rather than dealing with it quietly.
Just because academia has a casual vibe does not mean you should buy a casual suit. By the best suit, shoes, shirt ties you can even if you are poor. You will always have a need for a suit so get something that is appropriate and flexible for a variety of settings
^This. The OP asked about appropriateness of suit colour and shoes, not about fit. It was answered well above. The threads referenced to support brown over black also support the notion that in formal circumstances, black may indeed be more appropriate and that even proponents of brown shoes might support that notion.Providing general, surface knowledge suit fit advice in the absence of fit pics accomplishes very little.
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