Originally Posted by Alex C
Is too satin. And the fly-front tux shirt was explained above.
I can see the grosgrain ribbing in that picture.
Originally Posted by jrd617
Leather soled shoes = not forgiving on feet
You must be wearing the wrong leather-soled shoes. Mine are just as comfortable as anything else. I enjoy long walks in my...
Originally Posted by andrew96
He's also not wearing a tuxedo shirt.
It's not the most traditional black tie shirt but still acceptable. It has a fly front and the fabric is a waffle weave, similar to...
Originally Posted by gboyle138
I don't think so. I buy size 44 most of the time, if the shoulders allow, with my chest currently measured at 43.75". There just seems to be so much extra in the waist in DB...
Originally Posted by phelan77
What's wrong with monograming on one cuff? I think putting it on the collar is worst!
Sarcasm. People often put a monogram on the chest (or chest pocket, which doesn't...
Originally Posted by Ich_Dien
Looks like an orphaned suit jacket.
The fabric is hopsack, so it is likely that it actually is a sports coat. He writes in the description that it's a 2-button jacket...