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post #11416 of 33197

Can anyone tell anything about this PRL 40R 3 piece? It's a few years old and I have no idea how to tell who made it, what model, etc. Good shape, though. (despite being a little dirty in pics).

 

Worth $200?

 

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post #11417 of 33197

What can I wear to add some variation to a collared shirt and slacks/dark jeans?

post #11418 of 33197
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Originally Posted by evandb View Post

Can anyone tell anything about this PRL 40R 3 piece? It's a few years old and I have no idea how to tell who made it, what model, etc. Good shape, though. (despite being a little dirty in pics).


Polo tag looks off
post #11419 of 33197
And does anyone have the link to the blog post of people dressed head to toe in Thom Browne?
post #11420 of 33197
where could i get a camel polo coat that has sizes in 36R for under $1000?
post #11421 of 33197
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Originally Posted by LWNagel View Post

What can I wear to add some variation to a collared shirt and slacks/dark jeans?

In cooler weather, an assortment of sweaters and jackets. Leather, sportcoats (tweed, camelhair work great). Throw in a tie under the sweaters if you feel like it, though probably not with jeans. That allows you to add color and more variation.

You can also change up the belts if you don't want to add another layer. Colorful ribbon belts, woven leather, surcingle...

And of course, nice shoes are a given and will elevate your look over the sneakers most people wear.

Obviously, you can also vary the shirt selection.
post #11422 of 33197
Suggestions for a watch in the $50 - $150 range? Giving it as a gift.

Looking for:
- a classic watch that can be worn both casually and formally
- prefer a sapphire (or hardlex) so it's more durable
- is possible, would be cool to stay automatic and show the gears moving

Seiko comes to mind, but their watches look a little boring to me.
post #11423 of 33197
Originally Posted by zerostyle View Post

Suggestions for a watch in the $50 - $150 range? Giving it as a gift.
Looking for:
- a classic watch that can be worn both casually and formally
- prefer a sapphire (or hardlex) so it's more durable
- is possible, would be cool to stay automatic and show the gears moving
Seiko comes to mind, but their watches look a little boring to me.

 

You may want to reconsider your choice of gift. Giving a $150 watch as a gift is sort of like giving someone a 10 year old Honda, yea it's a car but it's the bottom of the barrel. But, if you're hellbent on giving a watch, Seiko, Timex, and Seagull are probably your best bets.

post #11424 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Nick Miller View Post

I've been looking high and low and can't find a navy suede belt in my siez (48) can anyone point my in the right direction?



Try this: http://www.holl.it/eng/mens_suede_leather_belts.asp

 

They are custom made. Haven't ordered yet so I can't tell you anything about the real quality.

post #11425 of 33197
My shoes are to wide in the heel. How can I solve this?
Is there any padding you would recommend?
post #11426 of 33197
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Originally Posted by evandb View Post

Can anyone tell anything about this PRL 40R 3 piece? It's a few years old and I have no idea how to tell who made it, what model, etc. Good shape, though. (despite being a little dirty in pics).

Worth $200?

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Looks like the tags on my PRL made in Italy do.
post #11427 of 33197
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Originally Posted by evandb View Post

Can anyone tell anything about this PRL 40R 3 piece? It's a few years old and I have no idea how to tell who made it, what model, etc. Good shape, though. (despite being a little dirty in pics).

Worth $200?

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Made by Corneliani
post #11428 of 33197
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Originally Posted by zerostyle View Post

Suggestions for a watch in the $50 - $150 range? Giving it as a gift.
Looking for:
- a classic watch that can be worn both casually and formally
- prefer a sapphire (or hardlex) so it's more durable
- is possible, would be cool to stay automatic and show the gears moving
Seiko comes to mind, but their watches look a little boring to me.

How about this:
http://www.amazon.com/Jacques-Lemans-GU177A-Geneve-Collection/dp/B000YABWHQ/ref=sr_1_2?s=watches&ie=UTF8&qid=1323111293&sr=1-2
post #11429 of 33197
With respect, zerostyle, I think your question with regard to wristwatches is perhaps too broad in scope to be effectively addressed in this thread. You might be better served starting a new thread specific to your question in an appropriate forum or, better still, asking your question on a site more wristwatch-oriented, like timezone.com or watchuseek.com .

Not trying to play forum cop, you understand. Just offering my opinion.
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Michael
post #11430 of 33197

In response to the watch inquiry.. Checkout the Timex Andro..lovely budget timepiece.  Also the Nixon line carries a few watch in that range.

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