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We should all give Conne a break. He is only 23, lot still to learn at that age, and he is learning and at the same time getting the nasty done. If he was 33 and acting like this.....
Navy? Both look good, but if I had to buy one suit and suit only it would be Navy. I love medium gray, it really opens up some nice brown shoe options, I find you can dress it down a bit better than the other options.
First up a nice pair of Allen Edmonds Margates - $75 CONUS (trees not incl) Size 10.5 (I believe they are marked E but they seem to run more like D's) Uploaded with ImageShack.us Next Allen Edmonds McAllister 10.5D $125 Conus (trees not incl) - These are a nice Burgandy and in the older McAllister style - Please note the scuffs in the toes. Uploaded with ImageShack.us I ship from Canada for Canadian Buyers or the US for US Buyers. Interesting Trades accepted - but...
Cleaning up the closet and I have several ties that need to go: Lot #1 - $65 Conus for lot or the following prices per tie: Left to right: Izod - $20 , Trump - $15 , Pronto - $15, Natica - $20, Ike Behar - $30 Lot #2 - $65 Conus or the following prices per tie: Trump - $15, Chaps RL - $15, Jones New York - $15, Jones New York - $15, Simon Chang- $15, Arrow - $10 Lot #3 - $50 Conus or the following prices per tie: Joseph & Feiss - $12, Joseph & Feiss -...
If you have to ask this question... than the answer is yes. Dinner Jackets should not be weird in any way.
A suit is not needed. Dress sharp as you can and save your money.Good luck on the date.
Gray and brown work.
No, I see the bow tie / suit combination as less dressy than a straight tie. On a groomsman at a wedding a bow tie with suit would look like you are trying to rip off a diner jacket look. Go with some nice straight wedding ties and be done with it. And please don't get silly and try to match the tie to your bride maids dresses
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