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I think they all basically look very good - I like the first one best.
Quote: Originally Posted by ChicagoRon Now that I am buying nicer shirts, many of them do not have breast pockets. What do you do with your pen if you don't have a pocket? I don't wear a jacket to work. .... I prefer the minimal aethetic of Lamy - but undertand that this is not for everyone. On you second question: You should consider starting to wear a jacket. You are wearing a formal shirt and carrying a formal pen - so I...
Quote: Originally Posted by tbabes NPR is certainly left of center. These days, right and left are in the eyes of the beholder: http://www.broadcastingcable.com/art...&referral=SUPP It seems funny to me how all the media (save Fox News) are defined as left of center. Is it grand conspiracy? or just that right and left aren't equal in terms of intellectual analysis which is what the news media are in the business of offering? For...
Thanks all for the advice. I just can't see going tie-less to this - even if it would be acceptable. Do think a blazer (not a navy jacket) and solid trousers - with a colorful shirt, tie and pocket square would work fits the bill as "cocktail attire." I only ask because I need an excuse to buy a new blazer.
Quote: Originally Posted by topbroker Do Aldens ever go on sale anytime, anywhere? Sherman Brothers in Philly doscounts 10% twice a year. If you are a regular customer, they'll give you 10% year around. www.shermanbrothers.com
I have been invited to a wedding reception in mid-May and the dress is described as "cocktail attire." What the hell does that mean? Other specs: Wedding: Family-only; a week prior to reception Location: Loft space in Manhattan Guests: 100-150 (guess) Time: 7PM (Saturday) Food: hors d’oeuvres stations So what should I wear?
Quote: Originally Posted by DeSica Thanks for the condescension, chief. Sorry about that - must have been in a bad mood last night Quote: Originally Posted by DeSica As for defining expensive, try to imagine what the average american takes home in a month. If a watch costs more than that, then most people would consider it expesnive. Well this is a thread that starts with a $300K Patek - so that is the...
Quote: Originally Posted by DeSica ....I recall that I heard some Arab Sheik had the most expesnive watch at $7 million,by Beaume and Mercier, or something...maybe Audemars Piguet) Can't imagine B&M would make a watch in this class. Quote: Originally Posted by DeSica Most expensive watches come with soemthing like a $300 dollar ETA movement, or some sort of Valjoux guts. Guess this depends upon how you define...
Quote: Originally Posted by m@T well even if you bail, that is going to be pretty damn hard to replicate Well I'm a pretty easy going guy - so part of it is just due to may personality. I don't take things that happen at the office personally, I try to get along with everyone and I really don't "compete" with my peers. This is my fourth job - and I would have described all of my previous three the same way.
Quote: Originally Posted by Aaron I'm a little perplexed by your situation, your new firm is not doing as much business as it could, or should, be doing. Are you in a position to start "finding" new/more business, and thus greater experience and pay, or is that not a direction you want to go in? A Its the type of business where (much as most professional services firms) getting cold business (i.e. through cold-calling, cold-selling) is...
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