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post #13291 of 33005
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Originally Posted by Guitar Preacher View Post

I saw a few Brooks Bros. shirts in a TJ Maxx the other day which had a size tag stitched into the collar and the other tag just had the pig logo and made in the usa. The sleeves were all to short for me. Oxford cloth with no pocket. Any idea want this could have been? I can not find them on their website.

Black Fleece..... http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatSectionView.process?IWAction=Load&Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=714&section_size=&section_color=&sortby=newArrivals
post #13292 of 33005
Pig logo...
post #13293 of 33005
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Originally Posted by Guitar Preacher View Post

I saw a few Brooks Bros. shirts in a TJ Maxx the other day which had a size tag stitched into the collar and the other tag just had the pig logo and made in the usa. The sleeves were all to short for me. Oxford cloth with no pocket. Any idea want this could have been? I can not find them on their website.


It's a sheep, not a pig.

 

post #13294 of 33005
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post


It's a sheep, not a pig.

 



my old boss, who was a bit plus sized, heard me complaining about the way brooks brothers stuff (didn't) fit me. He turns to me, deadpan and monotone, and says "You'll appreciate BB when you hit 45 or 250, ever notice that their logo looks more like a pig than a ram? That's intentional."

 

BTW they're opening up a BB in Princeton next to Hamilton Jewelers (where Lahiere's used to be). Thought you might care if only so you can go there and moon them.

post #13295 of 33005
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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

my old boss, who was a bit plus sized, heard me complaining about the way brooks brothers stuff (didn't) fit me. He turns to me, deadpan and monotone, and says "You'll appreciate BB when you hit 45 or 250, ever notice that their logo looks more like a pig than a ram? That's intentional."

 

BTW they're opening up a BB in Princeton next to Hamilton Jewelers (where Lahiere's used to be). Thought you might care if only so you can go there and moon them.


That restaurant was good, it's a shame they got forced out by the new owners.

 

post #13296 of 33005
I have a question:

I know that a pocket square should not match the tie and agree it looks horrible. However, when picking a pocket square, it's recommended to pick a complimentary color. Does that mean a complimentary color to the shirt or tie? Or can it be done with either or?
post #13297 of 33005

Some would argue it should match the tie, but I prefer doing a contrasting color.

post #13298 of 33005

^ I've actually heard that it should match the shirt, not the tie, if it's going to match anything at all.  I also think this looks best.  But hey - what do I know?  Just my two cents.

post #13299 of 33005
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Originally Posted by kaws N effect View Post

Some would argue it should match the tie, but I prefer doing a contrasting color.

Not many on here would argue that.
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

I have a question:
I know that a pocket square should not match the tie and agree it looks horrible. However, when picking a pocket square, it's recommended to pick a complimentary color. Does that mean a complimentary color to the shirt or tie? Or can it be done with either or?

It should complement both. It should not compliment either. Squares, like children, should be seen and not heard. devil.gif
post #13300 of 33005
I recently acquired a dark brown Harris Tweed Jacket in a herringbone pattern. I want to throw some elbow patches on it but I'm having trouble deciding what color to get and there doesn't seem to be many options. Should I put dark brown elbow patches or use beige for more contrast? I can't seem to find any medium brown elbow patches online.
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post #13301 of 33005
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

I recently acquired a dark brown Harris Tweed Jacket in a herringbone pattern. I want to throw some elbow patches on it but I'm having trouble deciding what color to get and there doesn't seem to be many options. Should I put dark brown elbow patches or use beige for more contrast? I can't seem to find any medium brown elbow patches online.


picture would help. Most of the chocolate brown tweeds I've seen tend to have reddish patches fwiw.

post #13302 of 33005
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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post



picture would help. Most of the chocolate brown tweeds I've seen tend to have reddish patches fwiw.

Thanks. I haven't seen any reddish patches during my search. Only really glaring bright red. Do you know any place online to buy them?

I added a picture of the jacket to the original post.
Edited by Kensington - 3/3/12 at 11:28pm
post #13303 of 33005

For anyone that drives with a clutch. Do you remove your leather footwear while driving to stop extra creasing on your left shoe?

 

 

post #13304 of 33005
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

I recently acquired a dark brown Harris Tweed Jacket in a herringbone pattern. I want to throw some elbow patches on it but I'm having trouble deciding what color to get and there doesn't seem to be many options.

i wouldn't do premade patches, it doesn't only widen your colour options.
post #13305 of 33005
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Originally Posted by Youngj View Post

For anyone that drives with a clutch. Do you remove your leather footwear while driving to stop extra creasing on your left shoe?


no
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