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post #15226 of 33127
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Originally Posted by calcoast View Post

Hey I've been looking around for some nice grey trousers (~$150 range) and I wanted to know if you can can recommend any?

I like the style of these: (http://bananarepublic.gap.com/browse/product.do?cid=56575&vid=1&pid=421166&scid=421166002).

Is there something similar or better quality-wise you guys can recommend for around the same price, with this same kind of style?

I prefer them to be slim fit have have some kind of pattern but I am open to suggestions.

I'm a size 36x30 and I'm open to ebay/B&S

Thanks...

Epaulet and Howard Yount are both in this price range, slim fit, and much higher quality than BR.
post #15227 of 33127
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Originally Posted by zerostyle View Post

Anyone have a recommendation for a brown moc-toe style shoe that's NOT a split-toe? < $300. Allen edmonds doesn't seem to have many options that I can find.
Looking for a lace-up shoe, not a loafer.
Would love something like this: 7DQbw.jpg, but it's $600 !

edit...sorry read it wrong. Why not a split toe? Are you basically looking for a glorified boat shoe?
post #15228 of 33127
Is this a forward or a reverse pleat? Also, would it be described as shallow or deep?

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post #15229 of 33127
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

edit...sorry read it wrong. Why not a split toe? Are you basically looking for a glorified boat shoe?

I dunno.. something about split toes just look really tacky to me
post #15230 of 33127
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post


Epaulet and Howard Yount are both in this price range, slim fit, and much higher quality than BR.

 

 

Thanks, I knew I could count on SF to help me find something better than some of these mall brands...

post #15231 of 33127
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Originally Posted by theyare View Post

Is this a forward or a reverse pleat? Also, would it be described as shallow or deep?

Forward, shallow.
post #15232 of 33127
Any opinions of the quality of Howard Yount's brogues? I took a stab at it and ordered a pair in brown the other other day. Been exclusively wearing AE's for the last 5 years.
post #15233 of 33127
Spilled a tiny bit of pasta sauce (quarter the size of a penny) on my tie today. What would you gentlemen recommend as the best way to get it out? FWIW, it's a silk tie (I think) from Brooks Brothers. Not super nice quality, but nice enough that I'd like for it to last for at least a few weeks.
post #15234 of 33127

Dry-cleaners?

post #15235 of 33127
If there is any hope then its a good dry cleaner, you definately don't want to take water to a silk tie
post #15236 of 33127
I've had success with saline solution on a q-tip for getting stains out of things.
post #15237 of 33127

Looking for a pair of swimming trunks. I need to get rid of my baggy shorts. It's hard for me to find fitting shorts because most retailers only go down to 28" waist. I look in the kids section, but I can't find anything mature for my age, since the section is plagued by huge boardshorts with wacky colors and prints.

Here are my measurements. 

Top of waistband on boxers is 2" below bottom of naval.
Natural waist-26"
Hip-32"
Inseam(2"from top of knee to crotch area)-9-10"
Outseam(top waistband to start of knee)-16"
Thigh-17.5"
Backrise(bottom ballsack to top waistband)-13-14"
Frontrise(top waistband to bottom of ballsack)-11-12"
 

I have a ~100$ price range. Looking for a 4" or 6" inseam since I am 5'4". 

Any help or direction is greatly appreciated, thanks.

post #15238 of 33127

I'm in the market for a tuxedo and I stumbled across this one on ebay (http://www.ebay.com/itm/Canali-Black-Tuxedo-Brown-Label-Full-Suit-46-R-36-R-/110890812964?pt=US_CSA_MC_Suits&hash=item19d19b8624). Is it legit? Any thoughts or suggestions?

post #15239 of 33127
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Originally Posted by jslade View Post

Spilled a tiny bit of pasta sauce (quarter the size of a penny) on my tie today. What would you gentlemen recommend as the best way to get it out? FWIW, it's a silk tie (I think) from Brooks Brothers. Not super nice quality, but nice enough that I'd like for it to last for at least a few weeks.

http://tiecrafters.com/
post #15240 of 33127
Don't buy it. It may be legitimate in terms of maker, but please go with one button peak or shawl lapel. The two button notch is pretty much a universal indicator that the wearer has no idea what a tuxedo is.

Read this:
http://blacktieguide.com
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