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post #46 of 64
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Originally Posted by Quirk View Post

So many responses here clarify the distinction between dressing like a gentleman and behaving like one.

Timely contribution.
post #47 of 64
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Originally Posted by Quirk View Post

So many responses here clarify the distinction between dressing like a gentleman and behaving like one.

 

The date in the corner of the comments clarifies the distinction between needing to respond and to keep it to yourself.

post #48 of 64
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Originally Posted by jeff13007 View Post

I went to a friends wedding recently where everyone was in suits. I wore a solid navy blue suit from Steed with a white shirt and grey tie, pretty much what everyone else was wearing but swap navy blue with grey, and the grey tie with blue and vice versa. The bride actually approached me that night and asked me why "i out dressed the groom" I felt like a jackass the rest of the night.

I know I'm replying to an old post, but anyway... You had no reason at all to feel so. She was a tactless cow for insulting you, a guest at her wedding. Even if you had committed some egregious offense, which you did not, it still would display an immense lack of class on her part to insult you.
post #49 of 64
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Originally Posted by kstyle View Post

yeah my only problem would be spending ANY money on something i know i woulld hate. if the groom wants full control, he should be the one paying for the rentals IMO....

+1
post #50 of 64
I agree with most of the prior comments however they now carry Vera Wang Black,made only for the men's wear house .The fabric is a super 130 slim cut tux with Grosgarin trim,excellent f athletic cut for a rental!!!!
post #51 of 64
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Originally Posted by VinnyMac View Post

The date in the corner of the comments clarifies the distinction between needing to respond and to keep it to yourself.

True enough; given the considerable passage of time, no one would ever find himself in such a predicament anymore. Please accept my apologies for needlessly striking a nerve.
post #52 of 64
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Originally Posted by js4design View Post

Timely contribution.

Timeless, I'd say.
post #53 of 64
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Originally Posted by VinnyMac View Post

 

The date in the corner of the comments clarifies the distinction between needing to respond and to keep it to yourself.

 

Not really.  I realize your post was an attempt to "cleverly" rephrase his post and throw it back in his face, but it failed pretty poorly.

 

His contribution was, indeed, timeless.

post #54 of 64
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Originally Posted by BackInTheJox View Post

 

Not really.  I realize your post was an attempt to "cleverly" rephrase his post and throw it back in his face, but it failed pretty poorly.

 

His contribution was, indeed, timeless.

The +1 next to my comment says that I'm balls deep in WIN while your comment just says that you're dangling from his balls.

post #55 of 64
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Originally Posted by VinnyMac View Post

The +1 next to my comment says that I'm balls deep in WIN while your comment just says that you're dangling from his balls.

 

This might be the saddest post coming from a (presumed) adult that I have read on here in a while.  How absolutely embarrassing for you.

post #56 of 64
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This might be the saddest post coming from a (presumed) adult that I have read on here in a while.  How absolutely embarrassing for you.

That doesn't make it any less true. It's only sad because the truth hurts. As long as you acknowledge that....dangle well my friend wink.gif

post #57 of 64
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That doesn't make it any less true. It's only sad because the truth hurts. As long as you acknowledge that....dangle well my friend wink.gif

 

Here, have a shovel so you can keep digging yourself deeper:

 

post #58 of 64
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Originally Posted by ESSDMD View Post

I agree with most of the prior comments however they now carry Vera Wang Black,made only for the men's wear house .The fabric is a super 130 slim cut tux with Grosgarin trim,excellent f athletic cut for a rental!!!!

 

This is true, and it actually looks half decent, except (if I'm not mistaken), it has a notch lapel no?

post #59 of 64
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Originally Posted by BackInTheJox View Post

This is true, and it actually looks half decent, except (if I'm not mistaken), it has a notch lapel no?

Actually notch lapel isn't the worse, the RTW dinner jacket from Richard Anderson has a notch lapel as well.
But again, dinner jacket will almost never look good unless bespoke
post #60 of 64
Wear what they tell you to wear, and leave it right there. Fixing it won't work, because they probably want you to look like a putz. either because that's their sense of style or to make sure the groom stands out. Looking decent will get you noticed in a bad way.
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