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post #17401 of 17873
Typically people have a shoe repair store install them. At least here in the U.S.
post #17402 of 17873
^Exactly

Idk what the sole is like on the bottom of your shoes though. Are they true slippers with the bottoms being like the soft leather uppers? If so your options are limited.
post #17403 of 17873
if i want a versatile winter jacket that wouldn't look out of place at the bar nor at work (business/business casual - no tie/jacket), where am i looking?

caveat: OTHER than a peacoat or duffle on a budget of $300.
post #17404 of 17873
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Originally Posted by thefastlife View Post

if i want a versatile winter jacket that wouldn't look out of place at the bar nor at work (business/business casual - no tie/jacket), where am i looking?

caveat: OTHER than a peacoat or duffle on a budget of $300.

http://www.cosstores.com/se/Men/Coats_Jackets/Wool_cashmere_coat/46909-37294487.1#c-24481

post #17405 of 17873
if you wear a blazer/suit jacket semi-casually (e.g. derby, pants, shirt, no tie), can you get away without showing shirt cuff and without pocket square?
post #17406 of 17873
1. Pocket square is optional anyways, some guys don't even like them.

2. You can certainly 'get away' with not showing cuff, and 90% of people wouldnt even care/notice. but if you want to get technical, that's ill fitting and needs to be tailored, cuff should always be showing (assuming we're talking about 'normal' dress wear).
post #17407 of 17873
Anybody know where one could still get an unworn Dodgers or Royals (preferably Royals) Starter jacket like the ones below (other than through Ebay?)

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Edited by masshi - 11/1/15 at 9:56pm
post #17408 of 17873
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Originally Posted by dan138zig View Post

if you wear a blazer/suit jacket semi-casually (e.g. derby, pants, shirt, no tie), can you get away without showing shirt cuff and without pocket square?

With the shit I see people wearing on a daily basis, apparently you can pretty much "get away" with anything. Whether that has anything to do with being well dressed is questionable.

Of course you can get away with it. Do you want to is the question.
post #17409 of 17873
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Originally Posted by Kid Nickels View Post

With the shit I see people wearing on a daily basis, apparently you can pretty much "get away" with anything. Whether that has anything to do with being well dressed is questionable.

Of course you can get away with it. Do you want to is the question.

by getting away i mean in a fashion enthusiasts/police gathering shog[1].gif
post #17410 of 17873
Just to follow up on what I asked earlier.

I don't think my marsell require polishing but how would I know? They were not polished when they first came. I've been reading many shoe care instructions and part of the process seems always to involve polishing.

To be honest I was thinking only to moisturise my shoes and keep them protected from damp and stuff like that... Would a horse hair brush be necessary either?
post #17411 of 17873
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Originally Posted by dan138zig View Post

by getting away i mean in a fashion enthusiasts/police gathering shog[1].gif

Then no.
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Originally Posted by Mojo1990 View Post

Just to follow up on what I asked earlier.

I don't think my marsell require polishing but how would I know? They were not polished when they first came. I've been reading many shoe care instructions and part of the process seems always to involve polishing.

To be honest I was thinking only to moisturise my shoes and keep them protected from damp and stuff like that... Would a horse hair brush be necessary either?
I'm not sure what marsells are, but you should be fine just moisturizing most shoes. I would still recommend getting a horsehair brush to clean off debris at the end of the day. I guess you could substitute a damp cotton cloth for it though.
post #17412 of 17873
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Originally Posted by dan138zig View Post

by getting away i mean in a fashion enthusiasts/police gathering shog[1].gif

I think this part deserves an explanation unto itself. WTH!?! ;P
post #17413 of 17873

I was thinking of pairing a royal oxford shirt with an ancient madder tie, but something seems off about shiny shirt with matte tie.  Am I right?

post #17414 of 17873
Moved to the appropriate section!
Edited by 1up - 11/9/15 at 9:09am
post #17415 of 17873
Edit: double post
Edited by 1up - 11/7/15 at 5:25pm
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