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post #12826 of 33197
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

Hey fine folks of MC...need your help. I have a wedding to attend in March and since it is the first such event since I've become interested in dressing correctly, I want to make sure I don't mess up.
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Ditch the red socks and walnut shoes. Everything else is fine.
post #12827 of 33197
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

Ditch the red socks and walnut shoes. Everything else is fine.

What are socks rules for formal occasions? Match with trousers?
post #12828 of 33197
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

What are socks rules for formal occasions? Match with trousers?

There are no rules. Will just look silly. But I don't like the "fun" socks look, so I'm biased. Also, I can almost guarantee that no one else will have walnut/tan colored shoes.
post #12829 of 33197
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There are no rules. Will just look silly. But I don't like the "fun" socks look, so I'm biased. Also, I can almost guarantee that no one else will have walnut/tan colored shoes.

There would be if I was there smile.gif
post #12830 of 33197
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Originally Posted by kischi View Post

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I bought a new pair of Paul Stuart's tassle loafers via internet. The fit is quite comfortable, but I have kind of a heel slip when walking. The shoes don't feel big though. Are the shoes actually too big or could it also result form the shape of the heel? Can it be fixed?

Try a tongue insert or add an insole. If not, try a different size.
post #12831 of 33197
someone point me to a good deal on a starter shoe polish kit
with or without a wooden valet
post #12832 of 33197
[quote name="XKxRome0ox" url="/t/79716/ask-a-question-get-an-answer-post-all-quick-questions-here/12840#post_5191168"]someone point me to a good deal on a starter shoe polish kit with or without a wooden valet [/quote] If you have $200 to spare, Hanger Project has a nice saphir polish starter kit with wooden valet.
post #12833 of 33197
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someone point me to a good deal on a starter shoe polish kit with or without a wooden valet
If you have $200 to spare, Hanger Project has a nice saphir polish starter kit with wooden valet.

i see that...
but was hoping to spend $100-150 max
wonder if the kit ever goes on sale at hanger project
post #12834 of 33197
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someone point me to a good deal on a starter shoe polish kit
with or without a wooden valet

I sure hope they go on sale sometime, AE shoe products will hold me over till then biggrin.gif
post #12835 of 33197
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i see that...
but was hoping to spend $100-150 max
wonder if the kit ever goes on sale at hanger project

Herring Shoes?
post #12836 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Herring Shoes?

+1
post #12837 of 33197

okay, going to try this again because its time sensitive. 

 

I'm thinking about getting some Charles Tyrwhitt (spelling?) dress shirts/OCBD's. I like the look, and the specs sound right, the price looks good. 

 

Is this a wise buy? I'm a bit skeptical as i've not heard the name on here before.

post #12838 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

okay, going to try this again because its time sensitive. 

I'm thinking about getting some Charles Tyrwhitt (spelling?) dress shirts/OCBD's. I like the look, and the specs sound right, the price looks good. 

Is this a wise buy? I'm a bit skeptical as i've not heard the name on here before.

CT is about at the level of Brooks Brothers... nothing wrong with it at the right price.
post #12839 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Herring Shoes?

the herring shoes shoe polish kit ... they are herring branded waxes and polishes
anyone with knowledge/experience with them?
post #12840 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post


CT is about at the level of Brooks Brothers... nothing wrong with it at the right price.


25-30 used, 35-45 new the right price?

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