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well yes, but the plant that I am referring to looks like a mini tree, and I believe people "groom" the tree as well.

Bonsai?


yes. must be.

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well yes, but the plant that I am referring to looks like a mini tree, and I believe people "groom" the tree as well.

Bonsai?

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well yes, but the plant that I am referring to looks like a mini tree, and I believe people "groom" the tree as well.


Bonsai?


yes. must be.

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I want a pair of AE Dalton's in walnut. I think they would look great with jeans. Maybe with some grey wool trousers as well. Idk though. What do you guys think just how much can I dress them up?
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Please PM me with your thoughts!
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I want a pair of AE Dalton's in walnut. I think they would look great with jeans. Maybe with some grey wool trousers as well. Idk though. What do you guys think just how much can I dress them up?

Get black blutchers. Shoes are not supposed to look great or draw any attention to you.

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Quick question - what would be a good suit to buy as a college student of limited means? Thinking something in the <700 range that would be very slim fitting (I'm quite a skinny guy, 5'11 140lbs). I'm thinking something in a similar shape to APC suits...

 

Suit Supply could be a good option for you, esp. if you are near a store.  If not, I'm pretty sure they do free returns over the mail!

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Get black blutchers. Shoes are not supposed to look great or draw any attention to you.

 

Please refrain from saying stupid things like this.

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I've been updating my wardrobe over the past 6 months and a lot of what I wear on a daily basis is dress shirt + chinos as I work in a very casual tech company. I've recently come to the realization that instead of all these cotton chinos that I've been acquiring, perhaps I should look into a few pairs of good wool trousers (I am thinking of getting Epaulet trousers) as they would crease less and be more presentable.

 

Why do so many of you prefer wearing wool trousers over cotton chinos in a business casual setting?

 

 

What sucks is that I probably have about 12 or so cotton chinos and I'm not sure what do with them if I start replacing my wardrobe with wool pants.

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Get black blutchers. Shoes are not supposed to look great or draw any attention to you.

You must be joking, man.
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Shoes are not supposed to look great or draw any attention to you.

 

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Does anyone know which vendor partner is offering those suede and calf Balmoral boots being offered at a special launch price starting in September?
I can't remember who it is. It's not the Wang.

I think it was Grenson or Sargent for The Armoury but I can't locate the thread.
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I think it was Grenson or Sargent for The Armoury but I can't locate the thread.

a fine pair of shoes? shoot dsmivtr a pm. he's the man for such things.
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I've been updating my wardrobe over the past 6 months and a lot of what I wear on a daily basis is dress shirt + chinos as I work in a very casual tech company. I've recently come to the realization that instead of all these cotton chinos that I've been acquiring, perhaps I should look into a few pairs of good wool trousers (I am thinking of getting Epaulet trousers) as they would crease less and be more presentable.

Why do so many of you prefer wearing wool trousers over cotton chinos in a business casual setting?


What sucks is that I probably have about 12 or so cotton chinos and I'm not sure what do with them if I start replacing my wardrobe with wool pants.

I don't think you have to replace any of them, but make sure they fit you well, for example Brooks Brothers Milano chinos seem to be cut well.

Wool trousers last longer than chinos and have a more polished look, and as you allude to they are a tad bit dressier. In my opinion wool trousers with a dress shirt is a horrible look on its own. I wouldnt switch to wool trousers unless you plan on getting some oxford cloth button down collar shirts and some sport coats. Wool trousers and a dress shirt screams cell phone salesman to me.
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I just snagged a pair of Bill's Khakis in the Cramerton cloth (heavyweight) from MyHabit for $69: http://www.myhabit.com/#page=d&dept=men&sale=A3BZ9EORDBGSVE&asin=B008OXCJI6&cAsin=B008OXCK1M&ref=qd_b_img_d_5

Thoughts on this purchase?  I'm not sure whether this is the M1, M2, or M3 fit.  Also, I'm concerned that these might be too heavy for year-round wear in Texas.  Would my money be better spent on a couple pair of Dockers or something else?

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