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post #11926 of 16157

So I have a graduation next month and I want to wear my black suit.

I am not sure whether I want to buy a white shirt under it and open the first 2-3 buttons or o get a black tie?

 

As for the shoes. Would you recommend loafers, leather boots or italian styled-beige-leather-lace up shoes?

I don't want to look overdressed but more like the best looking person (based on the clothing), you know what I mean?

post #11927 of 16157
I would recommend none of those options with a black suit unless the boots are black and slim.

Depending on the type of graduation, I would wear a tie.
post #11928 of 16157

ACNE, though they're not particularly cheap.

post #11929 of 16157
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

I would recommend none of those options with a black suit unless the boots are black and slim.

Depending on the type of graduation, I would wear a tie.

 

Nothing special. People will look shit against a well dressed man like I am going to be haha.

Yes they are all black BUT not 100% slim. Can you recommend something? (pic's are enough)

post #11930 of 16157
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Originally Posted by iamacyborg View Post

ACNE, though they're not particularly cheap.

 

 

No, I would say LNA in your size. Even though every body says "SIZE UP". If you do, it's a cool shirt but not exactly what you are looking for.

post #11931 of 16157
Margiela side zips are probably the standard around here for that. I know a lot of people in SW&D are younger/in a creative field, but I still firmly believe that everyone should own a proper non-black suit and some actual "dress" shoes. Yes, even if you don't wear a suit to work.
post #11932 of 16157
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Margiela side zips are probably the standard around here for that. I know a lot of people in SW&D are younger/in a creative field, but I still firmly believe that everyone should own a proper non-black suit and some actual "dress" shoes. Yes, even if you don't wear a suit to work.


Got some barely worn Church's on eBay for £100, absolute bargain.

post #11933 of 16157
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

Margiela side zips are probably the standard around here for that. I know a lot of people in SW&D are younger/in a creative field, but I still firmly believe that everyone should own a proper non-black suit and some actual "dress" shoes. Yes, even if you don't wear a suit to work.

 

 

do they fit the same?

http://hypebeast.com/2011/7/maison-martin-margiela-leather-lace-up-boots?_locale=en

post #11934 of 16157

Anyone have ideas on how to wear a large 58" x 56" cotton/silk scarf during spring? pics would be appreciated

post #11935 of 16157

Casual shoes to wear with jeans and shirt - how about these?

Hi everyone, let me first say HI :) since it is my first post here.

 

I am looking to buy a pair of shoes as described in the Title - would primarily wear them with casual/business casual jeans/pants and shirts (or sometimes t shirts i guess). I am thinking about the ones below, what do you think and what alternatives would you suggest me? 

 

Thanks in advance for your help.

 

http://store-us.hugoboss.com/boss-orange/berlor-leather-lace-up-casual-shoe/hbna50235148,en_US,pd.html&cgid=24150#!i%3D16%26color%3D001_Black

post #11936 of 16157
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Originally Posted by jmaudi0 View Post

i have a horween shell cordovan watch band (whiskey).  i know it's going to patina and darken over time but do i need to be careful with around water with it?  i know it's going to get wet when washing my hands or doing the dishes and whatnot. 

going along with this...should i bother treating it ever?  if so what do you recommend?  thanks.

Treat it like shell shoes: water won't hurt it (but take it off for dishes, don't get it all soapy) and Reno for care, every few months maybe.
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Quick question.   Does this shirt fit me? I want to get an MTM shirt but I dont know what adjustments I should make.  

Looks good. Could reduce waist/hip measurement a little, but not much. Also maybe another half inch to the sleeve length but it's hard to tell.
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Originally Posted by lineate View Post

There's so many good fits on this site featuring white trainers of all makes and models. They always look great - even when you wouldn't expect to see the white trainers there.

Is there any theory as to why white trainers look good? I've never owned a pair myself, but after seeing white chucks, vans, CPs and MMMs over and over on this site in intruiged.

White is neutral and picks up a lot of "character" as it ages. I'd say more but I'm not sure there's more to say.
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

I would recommend none of those options with a black suit unless the boots are black and slim.

Depending on the type of graduation, I would wear a tie.

Word, wear a tie.
post #11937 of 16157

Can anyone suggest a jacket similar to the Epaulet Eisenhower that goes for under €200?

 

post #11938 of 16157

 

 

 

 

can anyone identify those? I love the flat toe-cap and the tight cut!

post #11939 of 16157

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Hello again,

 

Could these be worn with a pair of slim jeans?

 

Thank you!

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