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post #16 of 20
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The price is quite a bit higher than, say, Desmonds, but they have some very nice looking suits and tuxes (unfortunately, too pricey for this poor college student).
What do these tuxes run and do you know the name?
post #17 of 20
This store isn't a chain, and I don't know if they will ship their rentals to you, so unless you live in the milwaukee area, you may be out of luck. Here's the main Link to their store. Unfortunately, on the site it only shows that they rent Perry Ellis and Ralph Lauren tuxes (fairly competitive at $125, but when I was at the store they had a few Zegnas and other brands for $200-$300. Hope this helps.
post #18 of 20
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Thankfully you're not one of those schmucks who thinks it's funny to wear a...kilt, or anything else stupid like that to their prom.
So these are stupid now? I totally agree that leisure suits and zoot suits do not fit the bill of informal evening dress (or any dress), but pray tell why a kilt is stupid (unless you've not got the right background)?
post #19 of 20
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Thankfully you're not one of those schmucks who thinks it's funny to wear a...kilt, or anything else stupid like that to their prom.
So these are stupid now?  I totally agree that leisure suits and zoot suits do not fit the bill of informal evening dress (or any dress), but pray tell why a kilt is stupid (unless you've not got the right background)?
Ummm... yea they are. Kids wear these as a joke, not because of some heritage. They're looking for shock value, not culture. So it is dumb, right along the lines of zoot suits. I wouldn't say it's stupid at the right occasion though, like a traditional Scottish event or whatever you're supposed to wear it at. Wow, talk about digging up old posts.
post #20 of 20
Oh my god....reading this thread brings back some bad memories. I can't believe I wore those thicker-soled Kenneth Cole shoes with a tux - and actually thought they were 'good-quality'. One learns quite a bit of information at this place.
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