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Quote: Originally Posted by dmj2001 er... "looks young but also professional" Is there a consensus on whether Saddleback briefcases are appropriate for law firm settings? And if so, is black a more appropriate color to get than the brown shades? Saddleback is too casual for conservative business dress. Here's a stylish black briefcase that isn't too fuddy-duddy (note the discreet unsewn edges):...
Quote: Originally Posted by anon dude's got a crazy, bright-ass jacket but the plain pocket square is over the top? It's the hair that broke the camel's back.
Borderline MC?
Quote: Originally Posted by srivats Good eye. Finally someone noticed it! It's a different cut, meant to be worn like that (the buttons are equidistant from the natural waist). JFK wore it a lot. Some call it paddock coat. By the way, there may be no drape, but the garments look pretty soft, especially if one considers the weight of the cloths used at the time.
Quote: Originally Posted by Vaux_le_Vicomte Zoom in.... Very likeable. The pocket square is a bit over the top, but love the rest.
Quote: Originally Posted by ManofKent Lovely tie, skillful combo.
Quote: Originally Posted by voxsartoria Inglorius 20,000 Spring Friday: MBTâ„¢ (Mystery Bespoke Tailorâ„¢) 3 hard roll 2 jacket in John G. Hardy 12oz Irish linen, three patch Oxxford (by Kiton) BD shirt, barrel cuffs Very, very nice coat.
Borderline SW&D?
Guenzati in Milan.
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