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post #17701 of 31071
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Anyone here use metal collar stays? If so, where did you get them?

edit: I should mention I'm in Canada smile.gif

I bought mine from Gilt Group and they are from Jan Leslie. They are about $20 for 6 pairs and are made of brass or stainless steel depending on which ones you get.

http://www.janleslie.com/taxonomy/term/19
post #17702 of 31071

I know this camera takes pretty bad quality pictures but how do these options look?

That is NOT the same suit as before but the other pinstripe suit I will be wearing is at the tailor. I thought this suit jacket was closer to the other grey suit when I put it in the picture but now that I compare the other picture it looks much lighter. So I apologize for throwing it off with that light grey, try to imagine the darker suit from before...

 

 

post #17703 of 31071

I think you're right about the solid navy blue however, especially after seeing this blue one with the white shirt. I think I'm going to go check another store or two and see what I can find.

post #17704 of 31071
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Originally Posted by rms340 View Post


I use Wurkin Stiffs. Metal collar stays with magnets to hold your collars down. Here's a link: http://www.wurkinstiffs.com

 

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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post


I bought mine from Gilt Group and they are from Jan Leslie. They are about $20 for 6 pairs and are made of brass or stainless steel depending on which ones you get.
http://www.janleslie.com/taxonomy/term/19

Thanks guys, I will look into these options.

post #17705 of 31071
Those ties are horrific. If you must wear a red tie, pair it with a light blue shirt. With a white shirt there is way too much contrast. The spotted red one is decent, but the other is cheap looking. If you must go with the white shirt the navy tie (while not great looking do to the sateen stripe) would be the better choice.
post #17706 of 31071

Wang handgrade monks

http://www.kentwang.com/shoes/handgrade-monkstrap.html

 

 

Or

 

 

Meermin LM dub monks:

http://meermin.es/ficha_articulo.php?id=2050

 

 

Cant decide ffffuuuu.gif

post #17707 of 31071
Meermin because well who the hell is "handgrade"? confused.gif

Also the meermin's are styled more tastefully, imo.
post #17708 of 31071
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Meermin because well who the hell is "handgrade"? confused.gif
Also the meermin's are styled more tastefully, imo.

x2, I had thought DC Lewis supplied their shoes?

 

My only beef with the meermins is the last. Hiro fits me perfectly, New Rey is somewhat more narrow, but looks great. Probably should just size up.

 

Alright, one vote for the Meermins.

post #17709 of 31071
Well no hate to DC, but their shoes are made in China. I am a bit of an economic nationalist...
post #17710 of 31071
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Well no hate to DC, but their shoes are made in China. I am a bit of an economic nationalist...

Nothing wrong with that.

Don't get me started on the US unions and their effect on manufacturing in this country nest.gif

post #17711 of 31071
Couldn't agree more...
post #17712 of 31071
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Originally Posted by bullisfilms View Post

I must know what kind of jacket this is!

The magazine I have says it is a brown bomber jacket from Ralph Lauren, £2100

post #17713 of 31071
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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

Wang handgrade monks
http://www.kentwang.com/shoes/handgrade-monkstrap.html


Or


Meermin LM dub monks:
http://meermin.es/ficha_articulo.php?id=2050


Cant decide ffffuuuu.gif

Meermin and you can specify which last, colour, lining and many other for just a small upcharge!! No brainer
post #17714 of 31071

The magazine I have says that Beckham jacket is a "brown bomber jacket" from Ralph Lauren, £2100.

post #17715 of 31071

Okay quick question:

I'm looking for a winter shoe. Is this one wearable?

 

 

 

Normally I'd prefer brown ones, but since my favorite gloves are black I would like to match them.


Edited by Chris12 - 10/3/12 at 6:13am
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