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post #20431 of 37392
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Ill see if my lady friend will humor me tomorrow as i gather my things together for the trip.

Interview is on weds.

Regardless, good luck to you on Wednesday smile.gif
post #20432 of 37392
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Originally Posted by Cleav View Post

Firstly, congratulations on your engagement. Best days work I ever was getting married to the Duchess over 25 years ago. I know it's hard to believe, 25 years!!

I'd wear something like




Burgundy/dark brown was what I was thinking but I wanted to know would a captoe with brogueing be ok?
post #20433 of 37392
Think you'll be fine with that choice JK




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BD collars are a wardrobe must. Ya'll bishes be trippin.
post #20435 of 37392
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

BD collars are a wardrobe must. Ya'll bishes be trippin.

I have a bunch of them. Not with ties! Not with ties!
post #20436 of 37392
By vast majority, I agree with that.
post #20437 of 37392
I would consider wearing a knit tie with a BD collar.
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For discussion purposes

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It's awesome /enddiscussion.
post #20440 of 37392
Looks like my homemade batik PS.

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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

It's awesome /enddiscussion.

Yep.
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Is this versatile?
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post #20443 of 37392

still don't like it.  for my personal taste, that same exact outfit would look nicer if the collar was not button down.  

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Originally Posted by europrep View Post

still don't like it.  for my personal taste, that same exact outfit would look nicer if the collar was not button down.  

I like the look of BD and tie...I just can't ever bring myself to do it. Same goes for loafers.

Not really, Noodles.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

For discussion purposes


Saw that on FB. Greg, can you explain the small (and maybe oddly positioned) boutonniere?
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