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I know a rising high school senior who would be perfect for that internship. Alas, timing!
Wish they were a half size larger. GLWS.
I went with dark brown shoes and no belt (braces instead). I considered black and oxblood but decided that I wanted to wear the oxblood shoes tomorrow. I do think that burgundy shoes, burgundy belt, burgundy tie could be a bit matchy. I think that you avoid it with complementary shades of the same color. It's not that much different from the problem of brown tie -> brown belt -> brown shoes. So, tomorrow, I might wear a burgundy grenadine, oxblood shoes, and a belt in a...
I have an untipped 3(?)-fold ET challis that's very nice. It's light but different from Vanda. I hadn't really thought about a direct comparison, so if no one else chimes in, I'll see if I can figure out what I think is different. 
Thanks, Elio!   Square is Rubi's Villa Lucia. http://www.exquisitetrimmings.com/products/Accessories/Pocket-Squares/Black-Villa-Lucia-Pocket-Square.html   Tie is Bigi via NMWA. http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/burgundy-woven-silk-tie-light-blue-and-white-neat-motifs.html   I find myself wearing Rubi squares more often than not with suits these days. "Versatile" gets thrown around a lot, but the Rubi squares are in the sense that they can be combined with just...
Love this Bigi tie.  
^ Exactly.   (Not Formosa today.)    
I'm glad you mentioned the gorge on the YSL coat. It throws me off every time that I look at it. It's such a signature of the time period of the suit that it colors my viewing of other aspects. But when I focus on the whole, I think that if the gorge were higher, the lapels were about a half inch wider, and trousers were slightly tapered below the knees, then the suit would look really good.
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