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I have a shirt that has four button holes that require studs to fasten, not including the collar. As well, I have noticed that newer cufflink and stud sets come with four studs.
I noticed that some of the vintage cufflink and stud sets only come with three studs, whereas there are four button-holes on contemporary shirts. Does this render older stud sets obsolete? Tiffany and Co. cufflink and stud set
Do you like Diesel? I currently have 3 pairs of shoes from them. They don't last long but at least they are cheap.
I'd like to know what you think of these blazers. and
Just as the topic says. What mentality/style does it take to wear a blazer? I always feel as if wearing a blazer is for the older set, say 50+ crowd. Maybe it was all the college professors that I had who always wore blazers. Whenever I wear one of mine, which was probably two times in 2002, I felt too old or that it just wasn't my style.
Have you tried anything from Dior Homme?
Am I missing something here because I think the site says the shirts are $38US with no minimum order. I'd think that shipping would cost $38US.
Mike, yeah they are... it says so on the tag and there about an extra 10"-12" of fabric after my feet.
I bought a pair of these jeans online. I usually wear 32x30 size jeans but the pair I was sent were 32x46 and the legs are extremely baggy. Will washing them sufficiently shrink the diameter of the legs so then I could get them hemmed or should I send them back? To rephrase: Is the diameter of the leg independent of the inseam size?
What shape frames are suited for a person with a rounder face? That's me in the middle.
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