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Quote: Originally Posted by andyw +1 on the French cuffs, but everything else in your proposed outfit is a superb look! thanks
Quote: Originally Posted by comrade I am a little confused. The shirt you reference is for a wedding? or an internship at a Law Firm? If for the latter, I would cancel my order and substitute this from H&H: G5 - Blue mini check shirt - £49.50 Also a word about H& H. I ordered a bunch of shirts from them a few years ago. I specified button cuffs for the dress shirts and button cuffs for the "country shirts". The "dress"shirts came with French...
Quote: Originally Posted by Kaplan I've never had this problem with french cuffs, but I prefer barrel cuffs anyway. Especially with a paterned shirt. It annoys me how H&H forces a pocket on you if you want a barrel cuff Just so you know they will remove the pocket if you ask. They are removing all of the pockets on my shirts. I believe they can only do this on Poplins.
Quote: Originally Posted by Master-Classter Some ideas for you... Thanks so much, I always loving seeing what others are doing and try to incorporate that into creating my personal style.
Thinks for the opinions so far. One more question since my navy suit is still being made and I haven't received the shirt yet. How do you feel about this color of blue on a Navy suit? Too little contrast or will it work well? Thanks again
Quick question: I am ordering a light blue gingham shirt from H&H. Here is a link to the actual shirt: http://www.harvieandhudson.com/produ...w.phtml?id=242 And I plan to wear this with a Navy suit, dark brown C&J Lowndes, white pocket square, and either a deep purple pindot tie or a deep red tie to a wedding. My question is how do gingham shirts look with french cuffs? I've never owned a french cuff shirt before so I do not have much to compare it to. A...
Quote: Originally Posted by SartorialSheepdog This was a challenge for me for a while. I hate t-shirts and would never wear them with white dress shirts as I disliked the sleeve line, but with 100 degree days, I would easily sweat through the shirts, often leaving sweat stains. For me the perfect solution has been a tight underarmour type shirt in a tan color. Absolutely fantastic. I now own about 8-10 of the 5.11 tight crew neck shirts in ACU tan. ...
Thanks for the responses, I went ahead and ordered the Gabs in British Tan and Light Grey but also went for the flannels in light grey. Even if they don't get much use this summer they most certainly will next fall and winter. Less than a 100 bucks after the discount so didn't want to pass that up. Who knows might even get some use out of them this season on cool San Fran days. So after the discount 3 pairs of trousers for $280.
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Quote: Originally Posted by whiteslashasian I'd prefer something like this That is really nice. That is very similar to the shirt that I will be wearing. I might look into finding a similar tie.
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