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I agree. I think the likelihood of us hanging around past 8:30pm is very high.
As a matter of principle I think it's too much but having said that, for what it's worth, you seem to be pulling it off in these pictures.
10,715.5 + 4.5 = 10,720
I'm in. Hopefully it will be cold enough by then - it hasn't really so far - to break out the tweeds. I'm also starting a petition here asking Unbel to come and show us his infamous stingray shoes so that we can all be inspired towards greater sartorial heights.
Yes I think a donegal tweed suit in a dark shade of brown could be it. What you said about it being tweedy enough to be interesting but not too interesting to be wearable is spot on.
If one were to commission one's first tweed suit - most probably a three-piece - which patten/fabric should be recommended? The problem with tweed is that the range of patterns is bewildering and the strictures that usually obtain for business suits - and that make the choice of first business suits easier - don't apply.
10.499.5 + 4.5 = 10,504
9088.9 + 4.5 = 9093.4
That view was based on, among others, the not-so-positive response I read on this forum when President Obama wore a white waistcoat with his black tie outfit at his first inauguration. As I've mentioned, in that discussion, some people mentioned that there is a historical precedent for this.I've read that page from the Black Tie Guide you sent and I'm quoting here excerpts that seems to support this assessment:"Grooms-to-be have often asked the Guide how they can stand out...
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