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Quote: Originally Posted by gdl203 It sounds like you're both wearing shirts with cuffs that don't fit. You should not be able to get your hands through French cuffs with links already attached. Not according to Will http://asuitablewardrobe.dynend.com/...ick-to-it.html
Typically a "navy blazer" is going to have buttons of brass/gold or sometimes horn. http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatS...Section_Id=679 EDIT: Swedishfish beat me to it
I've never ordered from Jantzen, but I would say use your own measurement. Worst case scenario, is the sleeves are a little long and you can have to have them shortened by a local tailor.
Here are quite a few county/district tartans that would be acceptable. I suppose the most appropriate would be either the district the wedding is being held in, or the district your irish relatives are from. http://www.lindaclifford.com/TartanDistrict.html Also (assuming you are french), you could wear the Jacobite tartan (the french supported the jacobites), or the Culloden tartan (to honor the french soldiers which died at Culloden). I would also double check...
I think Will looks sharp, yet respectful here http://asuitablewardrobe.dynend.com/...g-respect.html
"Live every day as if you are living it for the second time; and had acted as wrongly the first time, as you are about to act now." -Viktor Frankl
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idfnl, where do you have your light(s) positioned. My guess is that you are using the on-camera flash, which is washing out the reflection. Try only using side or top lighting. If you are using hotlights (always on, like a shop light or something similar) you can just move the camera out of the way, and put your face where the camera would be, then just tweak the angles on the lights/ product until you get the reflection you want.
Show your wife this pic from over at AAAC and remember, Esquire says he is the best dressed man in the world.
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