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Try AG jeans in either the Protege or Hero fits. My friends and I have had good luck with those.
Wear the tux
http://www.ebay.com/itm/HICKEY-FREEMAN-MENS-NAVY-PINSTRIPE-MADISON-SUIT-NWT-1450-46L-40W-/161242507595?pt=US_CSA_MC_Suits&hash=item258acd694b http://www.ebay.com/itm/NWT-Hickey-Suit-44R-38-Waist-Charcoal-Gray-Made-in-USA-Brand-New-/161244002891?pt=US_CSA_MC_Suits&hash=item258ae43a4b http://www.ebay.com/itm/CANALI-NWT-SUIT-WOOL-SUPER-100S-Hand-Made-44-R-MADE-IN-ITALY-BLUE-/141195556784?pt=US_CSA_MC_Suits&hash=item20dfe937b0 http://www.ebay.com/itm/CORNELIANI-NWT-SUIT-WOO...
Looks like https://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/shoes/AlfredSargentForJCrew/PRDOVR~02802/02802.jsp
Cripes. Figure out your size and go on Ebay. You can get a very nice, fully canvassed suit for $500 or less there. If you are concerned about measurements, buy one with a return policy. Brands you might look at include: Hickey Freeman Oxxford Zegna Canali Corneliani Pal Zileri Samuelsohn Paul Stuart ....the list goes on
Can I vote for burgundy shoes? That would be best. Also, I cannot see this pocket square you speak of.
No. However, it doesn't shock me that your sleeves pull back when you "reach" for something. When standing normally, you should be showing around .25 - .5 inches of cuff.
My first instinct is that I dislike all of them, but depending on application and execution, I like the 3rd the best. The 1st one might be OK without the contrast collar/cuff...but then again, I think they would all look better without the contrasting collar/cuffs.
For the jeans, I'd go 34. At the very worst, they can always be a taken in a touch, but belts normally solve any looseness. However, tightness or more difficult to remedy.The navy blazer is classic and goes with a great variety. For pants, I personally favor either khaki chinos or a medium-light gray trouser. For shirts, I tend to favor plain white, but it goes with nearly any shirt from light blue to lavender. They key to remember is contrast. For example, don't...
The dauber is sometimes used during polishing to get excess polish out of brogueing.
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