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post #181 of 192
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Originally Posted by intent View Post
The shirt will basically have no buttons, and holes on each side. It may also come with some buttons for shipping/conversion/decorative purposes.

So you buy it like that and put in the studs?
post #182 of 192
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Originally Posted by insolentpup View Post
So you buy it like that and put in the studs?
Yes. You put in your own stud set.
post #183 of 192
Thanks for clarifying.
post #184 of 192
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WAYWRN x-post:


Top notch, lad!
post #185 of 192
Many thanks, my friend; you have a stake in its success, after all
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post #187 of 192
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Originally Posted by insolentpup View Post
Guys, quick question about studded buttons. Does the shirt have to come with them or can you get them put on a shirt without them?

Usually without but I've seen a Zegna, for example, that has mother of pearl studs built in. Kinda cool.
post #188 of 192
Bumped.

Can't believe no one's been to any formal events in the last 6 months. I'm going to one tomorrow night. Hopefully I can post more pron.
post #189 of 192
Definitely not the best photo, I'll have to see if I can find better quality ones...

Fiancee and I at the Grimaldi Palace in Monte Carlo for a concert.

post #190 of 192
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Originally Posted by Mark from Plano View Post
Bumped.

Can't believe no one's been to any formal events in the last 6 months. I'm going to one tomorrow night. Hopefully I can post more pron.

Looking back through this thread (which I'd never seen before now) really answers the question in the recent poll about the timelessness of a tuxedo: this is the one thread full of pics, spanning like four years, where styles have not changed at all (on the well-done getups). As proof, all the members wearing vintage whose looks are very current.
post #191 of 192
quick question guys - I'm attending a black-tie optional gala this weekend that my company is sponsoring Since it is after labor day, can I still wear my white dinner jacket?
post #192 of 192
Trying to revive this thread post new years, surely others have donned the black tie for the holidays. Tux/waistcoat are Chan, shirt is CEGO.

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