if you mean tuxedos and you need it soon, check e-bay. if just a suit's required, i'd get a navy blue double breasted. dark tie, black shoes, white pocket square (if you aren't confident enough to do different colors yet).
Originally Posted by lasbar
If Jesus was still around , i will definitively go to church...
The same conservative scene calling incessantly his name would have been the first ones to kill him for being a socialist.
Happy Resurrection Sunday (or Jesus-got-up-day) to everyone
i may wear a button down shirt in either white/ light blue/ pink and a bow tie in a maroon pattern, navy pattern, green pattern, gray pattern, etc. gray pants, probably, and brown/ maroon loafers or brown/ maroon split toe bluchers.
well, i don't know what you should do as far as buttons. but, for some answers that are definitlely good regarding men's style, look at the old Apparel Arts or Esquire images. There are 3 pictures that I can remember off top that have men in morning coats. I believe on of them has more than one man illustrated so try those.
EDIT: here's on of those pictures. http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...TgBZGYMsPg5N8N
just bad. in months past, i likened pre-folded pocket squares to clip on ties. they are equally sad in my opinion. it's not hard to find how to fold a pocket square or tie for anyone who cares. too many things can be found on the internet. when people don't even want to do a 13 second google search of how to do something as easy as this, it shows that they really don't care
Originally Posted by fuji
Are there any other makers I should look at for a velvet or cashmere slipper? I suppose a cobbler can't refinish a velvet slipper like a leather one right?
I am not yet sure. I never thought about the finishing of a slipper being like that of an Oxford, and you should definitely contact the company about this.
In the Houston Galleria, the Ralph Lauren store had three people working in the front when I walked in. The first who saw me was talking to one of his co-workers about something so he said "Hi" and carried on his conversation. The other young guy there was dressed in a charcoal suit, black oxfords, a glen plaid pocket square, and I don't remember his tie. I do remember, however, that he was very polite and greeted me properly. There was another lady who was working...