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post #10621 of 33185
Does anyone know where I can find snoseal in Toronto? I can order from Amazon, but shipping is $13!
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I have no idea what that would even look like eek.gif


I´ll post some pics in tomorrow and let you judge it then.

post #10623 of 33185
I recently came across a great double breasted navy pinstriped suit. Unfortunately the pants are ill fitting, and I'm left with just the jacket. Normally this would be discarded or given away, but I just can't bring myself to do it. It fits perfectly (which is incredibly hard with me), has a trim cut, and generally, could make an a great sport coat. Now, can I do this? It basically has everything working against this (double breasted, peaked collar, pinstripes...at least it's a great navy), but the fit and look do seem to work. I'm a young guy in the creative industry, so perhaps I can pull it off... or am I just deluding myself?
post #10624 of 33185
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Originally Posted by likeaboss View Post

Gearing up for a cold winter here in Canada and came across this jacket ($250) from Gsus International. Don't know much about them other than what I found on their website.
Thoughts on this coat for a warm casual jacket this winter? I tried it on in the dark blue and liked it. Personally don't think the picture here does it justice.
350

Can't say anything about the brand or quality, but it looks good to me. If the fit is okay, I'd say: get it. Water proof too, right?
post #10625 of 33185
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Originally Posted by L.R. View Post

I recently came across a great double breasted navy pinstriped suit. Unfortunately the pants are ill fitting, and I'm left with just the jacket. Normally this would be discarded or given away, but I just can't bring myself to do it. It fits perfectly (which is incredibly hard with me), has a trim cut, and generally, could make an a great sport coat. Now, can I do this? It basically has everything working against this (double breasted, peaked collar, pinstripes...at least it's a great navy), but the fit and look do seem to work. I'm a young guy in the creative industry, so perhaps I can pull it off... or am I just deluding myself?

If the trou can't be tailored, donate it. Sometimes the best edits are the most painful.
post #10626 of 33185
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. I'm a young guy in the creative industry, so perhaps I can pull it off... or am I just deluding myself?

If you have to ask...
post #10627 of 33185
Which suit is better for a med school interview?
Charcoal with muted pinstripes or solid medium gray?

700
700
post #10628 of 33185
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Originally Posted by MinnesotaNice View Post

Which suit is better for a med school interview?
Charcoal with muted pinstripes or solid medium gray?
700
700

Go with the medium grey, you look more approachable / likeable.
post #10629 of 33185
With that style suit go with the charcoal. It looks less like a costume and up the formality.
post #10630 of 33185
Charcoal fits you better in the sleeves.
post #10631 of 33185
Stupid question, but how does sizing work for a work coat. If I wear a 42R should I buy a 44R since I may be wearing a suit jacket underneath some of the time?
post #10632 of 33185
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Originally Posted by Slopho View Post

Stupid question, but how does sizing work for a work coat. If I wear a 42R should I buy a 44R since I may be wearing a suit jacket underneath some of the time?

No.
post #10633 of 33185
Hi
Labels pictured below from an Italian made Harrods sports jacket - do any of you recognize the labels? I'd love to know who made this for Harrods.

All the best


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I've switched from using kiwi to a quality cream on my boots, but in the process of getting used to how much to apply now, I've definitely over done it. Now a bit of the color will transfer to a white towel. I've tried rubbing them down pretty vigorously to get all the excess off, but still there's just a little bit. Is there anything that can be done?
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