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Posts by Aldehyde

Very cool to see some in-process pictures. It gives me an indication of how difficult the craft is. Thanks for taking the time to document the process for us.
Damn man, that is some quality stuff. I'd love to see in-process pictures. Thanks!
Lulz "Extreme ironing is the latest dangerous sport that combines the thrills of an extreme outdoor activity and the satisfaction of a well-pressed shirt."
More formal than a notched lapel, but perfectly acceptable to wear to work - though you may be viewed as eccentric if working in a conservative setting.
Quote: Originally Posted by Kappelan Good god those are some big lapels.
It's my guess that the OP is actually a butler and is asking how he can get his employer to select more than just his favorite suits. I assume he lays out multiple outfits per day to allow the employer to choose what he likes best. Why not just make the seldom worn suit outfits look better than the favorites?
I've had a beard or goatee for virtually my entire adult life, and have never come across anyone who has a problem with it. In fact I get many comments about how professorial I look, or how manly I look - depending on how long it is at the time.
It's really up to you, but white pants / blue blazer sounds very informal for a wedding. I can't really speak to the 'rules' of a wedding, but in my own opinion black tie would be fine since it will basically be dusk when you start the ceremony.
Quote: Originally Posted by Aaron01 The tie seems a little close in color and tone to the SC, but maybe that's just me... I would agree with that. Perhaps a cream shirt and navy knit tie? That coat is a ton of fun though!
Ask to see examples of the work. It's a reasonable request. If they can not comply, or the work is poor, look elsewhere. It may also be able to find garment repair shops online that will accept an item posted to them.
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