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It seems to work for him though. Would it be the case that a higher button stance would work for certain physiques?
Quote: Originally Posted by RLlikes Example: Those look good on you. I got these ones: http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatP...lt_color=Black and these: http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatP...t_color=Orange
While we are on the subject, and I apologize for the threadjacking, where do Washingtonians go to have their bespoke suits cleaned?
Quote: Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant Here comes controversy. Do you believe that somebody who regularly wears dressy clothing that looks arrogant - for example, aggressive styling (such as fitted waist and padded shoulders) or money colors (as in power ties) and patterns (pinstripes) - likely is arrogant? That is, full of oneself and not hesitant to show it. Examples where the look evidently matches the interior are Max Weinberg and Donald...
Sounds like you are suffering from severe symptoms of shopaholism. You need help. I should know. I used to have the same problem.
I have an almost irrational dislike of shirt pockets. Whenever I buy an RTW shirt that is perfect in everyway except for the existence of a pocket, I have the pocket removed. Even on casual shirts.
I'd always thought that you were an older guy, Vox - and I mean that in the best way possible. You look very young in the pics. Either you are young, or it's just the suit
Check out this thread. http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=98548
Quote: Originally Posted by JayJay Also, boat shoes with suits. What if it's a linen suit? Or a chino/khaki suit?
Quote: Originally Posted by Holdfast If there's a noticeable mark that you can't tolerate, bin it and buy a new one. I can't imagine many people can bring themselves to do that after shelling over $200 on a Robert Talbot seven-fold tie, for instance.
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