Originally Posted by sonic
ok LawyerDad i hope writing this post didnt take time away from quoting your salary to 19 yo girls at a local watering hole.. but yes.. its been said 20 times already that this is not approprate at a wedding i conceded that it was a "disaster of an idea" 10 posts ago. i do not have cable nor do i watch tv at all, and it took me a while to even figure out who that 2nd name you mentioned is... but certainly i've seen this style semewhere, and much like most of the people here creativity is choosing something we've seen in the past that most appeals to us. being that i am not a fashion guru I wouldnt want to disrespect the sanctity of someone's ceremony which is why i posted here in first place. please feel free to repeat what was said one more time and by all means re-evaulate my originality
hey, you asked for opinions, right? if you wanted affirmation then you should've said so in the first place. i totally agree with lawyerdad's opinion. that look has been played out since even before chevy chase donned that look in the first few years of saturday night live. take every consideration away and the suit with sneaks looks is just way too deliberate to be considered in the "devil may care" attitude category. k-fed, anybody?
btw, which name you said it took you a while to figure out? davy crockett? i sure hope not. heck, i live in se asia and i sure know who davy crockett is! he is one of the founding pioneers of crockett and jones!!!