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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.
When I worked for Mt Buller that was the standard ski instructor joke. And if you were an instructor it was an examiner joke. Very adaptable
Looking possible, won't know for sure until closer to the day but I'll keep it on the radar.
Sorry, but utter rubbish.
Depends. If your jacket and pants are cut such that you don't see white shirt through the front quarters whenever you move, then I think it's ok. With many modern cut dinner suits with low rise pants and very open quarters that won't be the case though, and you need a waist covering to preserve the integrity of the look IMHO.
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