Did I mention my new line of clothing? It's called "Corporate Shill." Tommy Hilfiger is bad with this, and D&G and CK are horrible too. Whoopee, you can afford a $60 (or whatever) black cotton t-shirt that says D&G on it. You must have good fashion sense.
Though in some cases it can bring out the style. RL's Big Pony's are nice and add a sporty touch to the shirt imo, and were the first company to really brand there Polos that way. Obviously though I don't see the sportiness of a giant Express Lion Logo on express shirts, or even people who I see buy that rip off USPOLO with the giant logo just blatantly telling the world you are trying to copy RL Polo.
But I do see your point, it is in most ways corporate advertising and on their part is very smart.
Yes.. are you really really-ing me? Black Shoes on navy suit is a mistake. Dark Brown (but not too dark) is the best way to go. Black should be reserved for black/charcoal suits.
Originally Posted by mkarim
+100000000000000. [*]Coming to a wedding with only a vest and no jacket to accompany it
I've been to weddings where people have worn shorts and sneakers and they bashed you if you wore a blazer.[/quote] Yes, and it was hard for me to understand why some people find it acceptable to do these sort of things, especially when they are people you know and maybe even hang out with often.
That is ridiculous. Brown shoes might be the choice that most people go with, but black shoes with a navy suit is about as classic and CBD as you can get.
Well this is an opinionated thread and that is my final opinion. To me it looks horrible like someone didn't have the time to think through and get the right shoes for their suit. I know black is suitable, but to me Brown is the way to go. The only time I wear black is when I don't have brown shoes available, and I feel like i'm committing a murder.
I'm 100% in agreement with you on brown being preferable. The only time I'd choose black over brown with a navy suit is for a formal event such as an interview. It has almost gotten to the point where my black shoes are feeling neglected