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For $10 grab it, you may well find times you prefer the beige. I find a beige trench a nice light spring/autumn coat to throw over a suit without feeling too wintery.
The things you miss when you leave early,
I'll be there.
But if it was worth $3000 and someone had given it to you then you might have remembered it :-) Or possibly this is some sort of post traumatic memory loss.
Jeans with a sport coat/blazer is classic, IMHO. For me the level of formality has to be compatible, tweed or unstructured cotton or something else that makes sure you don't look like your threw your suit jacket on by mistake. And jeans at the dressier end of the scale.
I believe I'm going.
Worth reading if only to see Mr Porter referred to as 'hilariously high-end' by the presumably low-end Mr Knight: http://www.dailylife.com.au/news-and-views/dl-opinion/the-meterosexual-is-dead-long-live-the--yummy-male-20140403-36149.html
His wines are great.
Postage I can't help you on. For the rest: http://wearforsuccess.org.au/donate.html
I'm with you on this PoP. I've never bought the 'break in the line' argument. When the jacket is closed the belt is invisible. If it's open then as you say there is already a very obvious break at the shirt/trousers boundary. A belt may serve to emphasise that if the colour stands out a lot from the trousers, but that's all. I prefer side adjusters, but if I don't wear a belt it's not to avoid breaking any line of the suit.
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