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Things which need to be of very good quality and "taste" For me : Shoes Shirt I thing you can judge well who is in front you with theses 2 things (+ watch ) What do you thing about it?
Ernest, I generally think that you are obnoxious and have a very limited sense of style -- you seem awfully conservative in your dress, which indicates to me a lack of imagination -- but I have to agree with you for the most part on this one.  I think you can tell a lot about a man's dress from his shoes.  If a guy has on a suit and he has some rubber soled monstrosities on (and I've seen this a lot even down on Wall Street), well, it just makes you presume that his suit, tie, shirt, etc. are cheap.  Just passing by a man on the street, or meeting with him in his office, you can definitely tell whether he is wearing a great suit.  But if the suit fits right, it is tough to tell the difference, just on a quick glance, between a $500 suit and a $1500 suit (though I'm sure A. Harris could, but he has superpowers).  If a man has nice shoes -- they don't have to be EG or anything, just something respectable like well-shined Johnston and Murphy Aristocraft captoes -- then you must presume his suit is on the upper end of that scale.   I also agree with watches.  I had a meeting with a very stylish man who was wearing a beautifully fitted Hickey Freeman Collection navy blue pinstripe suit, with wonderful Allen Edmond shoes -- the guy had on a digital Ironman watch.  Sorry, but that ruined the look.
Ernest, I generally think that you are obnoxious and have a very limited sense of style -- you seem awfully conservative in your dress, which indicates to me a lack of imagination [i] Thanks a lot. If having style means wearing checked shirt, kakhi's, brown loafer and croco belt I am very happy not to have style... Is it the american sens of style? Because in Europe that means having no taste... Does imagination limits itself to the non respect of dress codes to look original? Before buying "original" garment I think it is better having an huge classik one...
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The most important thing in a wardrobe is variety, followed by quality.
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The most important thing in a wardrobe is variety, followed by quality.
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