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A little late, but this is real.This armani is real, but like 15-20 years old (as others have said)Also everything barrelInTrigger said is true (I can't vouch for the givenchy, but he was bang on about everything else)
Gucci suits have been made by Zegna for decades. ( Styleforum citation? ) Plus the manufacterer's tag is a zegna tag.
It's made by Zegna.
Nope. Lots of Brioni don't do working cuffs on the suits.
Oh yeah, pornography. Forgot about pornography.
I had written up a defence and started to get all serious, but honestly you made a glib remark about this student on the internet and I would DIE to protect your right to be flippant on the internet. Why else would we even HAVE the internet??
It is, but to be fair, nurses make pretty good money. It might not be all that reckless.EDIT: Honestly, after re-reading Alkydrinker's posts, this should just go straight to DT
No one with an account on this forum should have the audacity to criticize someone else's spending, particularly on fashion.EDIT: I do think this belongs more in CE
This is a very difficult question to answer. Formal, by definition, is not creative. Formal traditionally means white tie. Semi-formal means black tie. Nothing about those are creative. Formal implies a rigorous standard, a uniform almost. I'm going to assume you mean formal in a colloquial sense, in that for most people, just wearing a suit (or for some, a sports coat) is formal. So if you're looking for dress shirts which are creative, but not crazy patterns, then...
The real issue is it's covered with branding, which is the #1 target for forgers, and lots of them are good. The ostentatiousness of that bag runs counter to the tastes of most members here, so it's unlikely to find anyone who could authenticate it. I honestly wouldn't buy anything that is so ripe for forging without a receipt.
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