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post #11056 of 33195
Guys, I just got a new pair of Alfred Sargents and they fit fine except for the vein/Artery atop my right foot seems to be irritated by the tounge of the shoe. Is this something that will break in with time or should i return the shoes. I have not worn them on anything but carpet for a few minutes BTW. Anybody had an experience with this type situation? Thanks in advance.
post #11057 of 33195
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Originally Posted by goonercb21rf View Post

Newbie here who needs some advice on a winter coat! 

Would love recommendations on a coat that can meet several needs: 

1) Warm enough for 10-25 degree (F) temps
2) Can be worn over business casual attire and a sportscoat if needed
3) Stylish, versatile enough to use when dressing down a little. (I'm on the younger side)

I've heard Duffle coats mentioned quite a bit on this forum - is this a good option? 

Good option. But it is definitely more casual then a regular wool overcoat. I say get both.

A car coat would be another option.
post #11058 of 33195
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Originally Posted by habanos View Post

Guys, I just got a new pair of Alfred Sargents and they fit fine except for the vein/Artery atop my right foot seems to be irritated by the tounge of the shoe. Is this something that will break in with time or should i return the shoes. I have not worn them on anything but carpet for a few minutes BTW. Anybody had an experience with this type situation? Thanks in advance.

It should break in.
post #11059 of 33195
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Originally Posted by acedevil View Post


How do you like the following styles for men?

I am trying new styles and was wondering and looking for opinions.

Grey suit with black shirt.

Dark brown polo with khaki's. http://www.styleceo.com/images/stores/611/d/dockers-men-original-khaki-pants-classic-fit-by-levis-khaki-40443-7620056

A blue v neck sweater, white shirt and black jeans.

Brown Polo with Black jeans.

Blue shirt with tucked black jeans on a casual day. Any shirt with tucked in a jeans, is it casual?

Would a dark brown shirt, black jeans and a black jacket with black leather oxfords complement each other or look good together?

And lastly, is a leather jacket appropriate for a party or club? What are the appropriate clothing for a club?


Depends on context.
Yes.
With a lighter blue yes, with navy no.
Sure, if the brown isn't too dark.
Yes, and you should always be tucking your shirt in, even with jeans. Untucked shirts look sloppy. There are exceptions, but for day to day wear, tuck your friggin' shirt in.
No dark brown with black. Black oxfords, as long as they aren't too sleek, would go well with black jeans. Blocker or textured shoes are better with jeans in general, since the texture of jeans requires something that stands up to them.
Depends on the club, but I would think a leather jacket would be appropriate for nearly any.
post #11060 of 33195

Anybody know a similar wax cotton jacket as Steve Carrell wore in Crazy Stupid Love?

 

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post #11061 of 33195

My shoes were soled/reheeled afew months back and now the nails are poking through. What do I do now(besides never go back there...)?

 

 

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post #11062 of 33195
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Originally Posted by wing8tesqw View Post

My shoes were soled/reheeled afew months back and now the nails are poking through. What do I do now(besides never go back there...)?


LL

LL

Oh what the hell!?
post #11063 of 33195
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Originally Posted by wing8tesqw View Post

My shoes were soled/reheeled afew months back and now the nails are poking through. What do I do now(besides never go back there...)?

 

 

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get a pair of thicker insole

 

post #11064 of 33195
i am a size 32 trousers for most brands/designers, what size would i be for Thom Browne?
post #11065 of 33195
can you wear a bowtie with any type of normal shirt collar? or do certain collars work better with a bowtie?
post #11066 of 33195
Various types of shirt collars can be worn with bow ties. I find that button down collars work particularly well with them.
post #11067 of 33195
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Originally Posted by 12345Michael54321 View Post

Various types of shirt collars can be worn with bow ties. I find that button down collars work particularly well with them.

x2. I also find that wide spread collars do not.
post #11068 of 33195
Mauve with purple edge PS with navy suit and light blue shirt + purple tie. Yay or nay?
post #11069 of 33195
Can anyone recommend any tassel loafers? budget of 200-400 usd...
Preferably leather... suede will be fine too...
post #11070 of 33195
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Originally Posted by ambivalence View Post

Can anyone recommend any tassel loafers? budget of 200-400 usd...
Preferably leather... suede will be fine too...

AE Grayson

http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline/producti_SF169_1_40000000001_-1


or if you want a little above your 400 mark Alden

http://www.aldenshoes.com/Store/DrawProducts.aspx?CategoryID=30&ParentID=89&PageID=&Action=

and if anyone can find a suede loafer in the 200 range similar, I'd love to know about it.
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