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post #17311 of 30551
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Originally Posted by Jay Biondo View Post

I'm considering buying a pair of black chelsea boots from the company Bexley, and plan on wearing with either casual wear (chinos, jeans, slacks), or occasionally a suit. Should I go with the Flager or Jermyn pair?

Flager:

http://www.bexley.com/Bexley/shoe-Flager-BOOTSPRD-EN.htm?blocReferrer=14040

Jermyn:

http://www.bexley.com/Bexley/shoe-Jermyn-BOOTSPRD-EN.htm?blocReferrer=16249

Personally i'd go with the Jermyn but to be honest its all about what you prefer and , of course, fit fit fit !!
post #17312 of 30551
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Originally Posted by kev777 View Post

Personally i'd go with the Jermyn but to be honest its all about what you prefer and , of course, fit fit fit !!

op - don't buy with your eyes only...
post #17313 of 30551

USA, Korea, and General question

 

USA - Where is the best place to buy fashionable clothing online that can ship to APO addresses? This includes ties, pocket squares, brogue shoes, shirts, suit jackets, pants, etc.

Korea - What are the basic things I need to tell a tailor here so I get the best quality suit and pants for whatever price range. Stitching / gluing / rubber stays in the waist / pleat / fit / how the lapels fall against the chest, etc. There seems to be so many variables that can end up getting you a suit you're not happy with, I want to know where to start.

 

And finally - What is your one style tip for any guy in a night-scene? Bar / Club / Pub type.

 

Thanks all!

post #17314 of 30551
Anyone who know about purple label sizing can help me out.

I'm looking at long wool overcoats (Rlpl)

The coats are measured m l xl
How do those sizes correlate to suit size measurements? Ie 40r
post #17315 of 30551
Hi. Any ideas where I can shop online for beautiful, stylish men's business shirts. Especially looking for some creative colour.
Thanks, adrian
post #17316 of 30551
Quote:
Anyone who know about purple label sizing can help me out.

I'm looking at long wool overcoats (Rlpl)

The coats are measured m l xl
How do those sizes correlate to suit size measurements? Ie 40r
^ They have a chart on their website...

http://www.ralphlauren.com/contentPopup/index.jsp?productId=13129084&flashCol=Taupe&isFlash=true&showSizeChart

post #17317 of 30551

When people say that men should never wear white pants, does that also include cream, stone, beige, etc. colored pants?

 

I have a pair of 'stone' pants from BB and wasn't sure if this was "too white" to wear without violating some fashion rules.

 

http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=492&Product_Id=1589233&Parent_Id=220&default_color=Stone

post #17318 of 30551
Anyone heard of tweed fabric from the Abraham Moon mill(england)? How's the quality like? A Jcrew jacket uses this fabric and then there is a cheaper H&M "premium quality" jacket that uses the same fabric........Looking to pick up the latter one myself
post #17319 of 30551
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Originally Posted by amathew View Post

When people say that men should never wear white pants, does that also include cream, stone, beige, etc. colored pants?

I have a pair of 'stone' pants from BB and wasn't sure if this was "too white" to wear without violating some fashion rules.

http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=492&Product_Id=1589233&Parent_Id=220&default_color=Stone

Cream, stone, and beige are great, classic options. White is less common than the off white shades, but it's fine too.

Those shades probably are included when people say men shouldn't wear white pants, but the people who say that are morons. It's not a real rule.
post #17320 of 30551
Anybody used this webstore before? trying to get some pants hear but seems a bit fishy.....

www.riderjeans.org , iirc its called design shop?
post #17321 of 30551
I've never used that site, but when you want to investigate domains, you can go here:

http://whois.domaintools.com/riderjeans.org
post #17322 of 30551

Hoping this is the right place for this question: I'm looking to buy my first pair of brown pinch penny or beefroll loafers and would like to spend less than $200 as I'm a recent college grad. I've done a decent amount of research and know that LL Bean, Bass, Sebago, and AE seem to be well-reviewed and have found some pairs I'm interested in.  My biggest problem is I have very wide feet and narrow heels (I wear a 9 EEE in the AE Park Avenues).

 

Can someone tell me which of these would be the best value, or let me know if there are some other options out there I'm missing?

 

Thanks in advance-- this is a great site.

 

AE Winnetka - look somewhat clunky to me and appear to be discontinued, but they're a good price and I have a 20% off coupon through Amazon for shoes making these about $155.

 

Bass Gilman - $109.95. Know these particular ones don't get a ton of love on some style forums but seem like a decent price (and they're wide enough).  

 

AE Flagstaff - in dark brown grain leather. $195. Little pricey and a new model, but really like the look of these.

 

LL Bean Allagash - $99. 

 

* EDIT: Adding Sebago Classic from DSW - $85 for 9 W or 9.5W


Edited by naveehgreen - 9/6/12 at 12:49pm
post #17323 of 30551
^ You might want to look at these: http://www.rancourtandcompany.com/
post #17324 of 30551
Anybody have any experience with Parrott Canvas? The Huntsman Duffle looks really good for the price, and it claims to be made in the USA.

http://www.parrottcanvas.net/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=PC1&Product_Code=02001-5MP&Category_Code=TB1
post #17325 of 30551

Thanks KObalto.  The Rancourts look a little above my budget.. are they a better value than the other options I listed?

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