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Does anyone have an answer to this?!  I've been trying for over a week to post a well thought out, highly researched thread, for which I would like an answer on the sooner side.  It looks like I can quote posts now, but I still can't start a thread, and I'm getting a bit impatient.  I can't even find the name of a moderator to contact.  Any help?

Thanks!

you can email to the feedback forum and you can also check the support thread to contact a mod.... you may need to be a senior member before you can start threads... I'm not sure about that but it's probably something like that. You only have 9 posts so you're still new. Hang in there...

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post #12632 of 33197
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you can email to the feedback forum and you can also check the support thread to contact a mod.... you may need to be a senior member before you can start threads... I'm not sure about that but it's probably something like that. You only have 9 posts so you're still new. Hang in there...
http://www.styleforum.net/feedback


Thank you!  I have sent a message.  It's just a bit frustrating since I have seen members with less posts starting threads.

 

Plus, I don't get a message saying that I need to be here longer to start a thread.  It says that since I am new it needs to be reviewed by moderators.  It's been over a week.  Review it already!!  haha

 

Thanks again for your help!

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And now my thread mysteriously appears!

 

Thank you for your help!

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post #12635 of 33197
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post


I say yes. Not your best choice, but not bad.

TY
 

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Originally Posted by Chris12 View Post

Does anyone know which brand this is? Thanks for helping.

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Clarks Desert Boot, Beeswax.

 



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Originally Posted by KObalto View Post


Nothing wrong with a DB sport coat. Most will tell you not to wear it with an OCBD, but I do it on occasion.


TY

post #12636 of 33197

When you guys get your dress shirts tailored, what is the general rule of thumb for how long they will be?  I would think that it matters if you're going to be tucking it in or not?

post #12637 of 33197
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Originally Posted by CA510TT View Post

When you guys get your dress shirts tailored, what is the general rule of thumb for how long they will be?  I would think that it matters if you're going to be tucking it in or not?

I think the general rule of thumb is not to mico-manage your tailor. Let their time tested experience do the work. They usually ask if you will be wearing untucked at any time, fwiw.
post #12638 of 33197
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I think the general rule of thumb is not to mico-manage your tailor. Let their time tested experience do the work. They usually ask if you will be wearing untucked at any time, fwiw.


The reason I ask is because I bought these fitted dress shirts from Express that could possibly be an inch or so too long but it might not be worth it to pay and get it tailored the extra inch or so

 

I think I'll just bring it to the tailor and let her decide if i should leave it

post #12639 of 33197
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The reason I ask is because I bought these fitted dress shirts from Express that could possibly be an inch or so too long but it might not be worth it to pay and get it tailored the extra inch or so

I think I'll just bring it to the tailor and let her decide if i should leave it

Honestly, I think you should never have a dress shirt untucked.
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I don't have an issue during the summer with an OCBD that's fairly fitted and has the bottom shortened, but yeah, proper dress shirts really never need to have the tails out.

post #12641 of 33197
People's thoughts on black socks? The poorer and lazier I get, the more I think black socks go with everything.

Frankly, it's not that much different than navy socks if you ask me and I know many people approve of navy socks with everything.
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Is it possible to remove heel taps without replacing them? I have a pair of shoes with taps that are worn down and make a loud metal sound when I walk.

post #12643 of 33197
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

Is it possible to remove heel taps without replacing them? I have a pair of shoes with taps that are worn down and make a loud metal sound when I walk.

Yes.
post #12644 of 33197
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Originally Posted by bringusingoodale View Post

People's thoughts on black socks? The poorer and lazier I get, the more I think black socks go with everything.
Frankly, it's not that much different than navy socks if you ask me and I know many people approve of navy socks with everything.

I don't know many people who think navy socks go with everything. But black socks surely go with nothing except for black pants, which you 99.9% of the time should not be wearing. It is less stressful to just match your socks as close as possible to your trousers.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Yes.


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