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I feel like belts are interrupting the "flow" of the suit. It isn't like my pants are going to fall down if I take them out to belt one my employees. That's one thing that I like about RLBL suit trousers. No belt loops. Better looking. 

i think a belt creates a nice line actually when wearing a suit, separating top from bottom. i always wear one.
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Had I bought everything in there that I liked I would need to remortgage my house. A line has to be drawn, and that was it. What a beautiful little store though. I have a feeling that I was greeted by RedDevil too, but since I don't know what he looks like I cant be sure, and I wasn't about to ask a stranger if they frequented internet forums under the moniker RedDevil.

would have been worth it.
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Well there's dedication, and there's dedication, I suppose... laugh.gif

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i think a belt creates a nice line actually when wearing a suit, separating top from bottom. i always wear one.

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This is the only belt I'd wear

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Well there's dedication, and there's dedication, I suppose... :laugh:

As Roy Castle said..

 

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Y U HATE BELTS THO
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So going back over the last couple of months, it seems my MO is generally either two patterns + textured item, one pattern + two heavily textured items, or 3 patterns with one pattern being very small scale.

 

 

 

 

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Two perfect things which just made me happy:  Claghorn’s jacket and Rudal’s tie length.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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and Rudal’s tie length.

Cheers,

Ac

really? to me thats too short no?
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I think if tie length falls between the top of the belt (and touching) and bottom of the belt it's acceptable.

The tips of my ties usually go just a hare past the top of the belt buckle.
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Originally Posted by Rudals View Post

I feel like belts are interrupting the "flow" of the suit. It isn't like my pants are going to fall down if I take them out to belt one my employees. That's one thing that I like about RLBL suit trousers. No belt loops. Better looking. 

I think if your pants have belt loops they need a belt.

If they have side fasteners that's different story.

Also, if you wear your jacket buttoned while standing then this whole thing is really moot since no one will ever really know if you've got on a belt or not in a lot of settings.
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i get mad when my tie extends past the top of my belt buckle. SO MAD. mad.gif
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i get mad when my tie extends past the top of my belt buckle. SO MAD. mad.gif

I just like to make sure tie tip isn't visible through the jacket - I'm not even sure what proper etiquette is there and am also not overly concerned to know. That's my personal sticking point because I don't think it looks nice.
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really? to me thats too short no?

 

Should just touch the top of the waistband, no?

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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I think if your pants have belt loops they need a belt.

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This has always been my position.  I was surprised to learn that not everyone on SF agrees.

 

To me, visible belt loops without a belt looks like the wearer forgot to finish dressing.

 

Like wearing shoes with eyelets but no laces.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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I just like to make sure tie tip isn't visible through the jacket - I'm not even sure what proper etiquette is there and am also not overly concerned to know. That's my personal sticking point because I don't think it looks nice.

same here. i also prefer my belt buckle not to show when my jacket is closed.
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