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They were only a movie costume, made up.BTW I got my electric mod scooter on order from Taobao...going to be all the rage in JInan, got the LEDs and mirrors, everything. Should arrive next week.
FWIW sometimes the sleeve tags are quite firmly sewn on, and can be tricky to remove without damaging the fabric, so you might end up with some thinking it's supposed to be left on. I know Marks & Spencer tailored jackets and suits can be like that, tags can be tricky to remove, been there done that. And sometimes in Asia, it can like a brand whore status symbol, to show a Brioni or Armani or something tag.
He's left the sleeve tag on.
Greatcoat wearers on TV.
Wear to a Stones concert, otherwise flog it or burn it.
The man who makes the clothes is sometimes a tailor, or perhaps someone else involved in apparel manufacturing.
Yeh...the smart-watch, e.g. Apple Watch
Neckties, pocket squares, tailored suits, leather dress shoes, might be become some eccentric item your grandpa wears as well. At sometime in the future we will likely be wearing disposable overalls, that you renew and recycle every day, which won't give you any expression of individuality, except for choice of colour.Frankly for me, the necktie and suit has already gone that way, I never wear them, except for being very formal.
I don't have a phone or a pocket-watch, so I wear a wrist-watch.
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