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post #31 of 35
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
Frequently.

With a boutonniere on the lapel?
post #32 of 35
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You'd be suprised that working in Fashion there are still many people who make comments about red patent leather tassled loafers, big floppy velvet bowties or "paper" polyester blue jackets.

I wonder why The clown that I hired for my son's birthday party this weekend had on the same exact items and he was a big hit.
post #33 of 35
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With a boutonniere on the lapel?

IIRC, when they put the astrakhan collar on there was no provision for a boutonniere.

No, I have never worn a boutonniere on my lapel to work. One needs to keep some things to look forward to in the future.
post #34 of 35
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I wonder why The clown that I hired for my son's birthday party this weekend had on the same exact items and he was a big hit.
So that's why clowns frown on the inside.
post #35 of 35
I would never work somewhere that had influence on my personal style or that required me to look the same as my other employees day in and day out. similarities are fine like the fact that others in my office wear a suit as well. I remember an interview I had once in which the employer had the nerve to say quote "my father always told me never to trust a man in a bow tie, there are always hinding something"I left that interview knowing that I would never want to work for a man that deals this way with his employees.
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