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Originally Posted by doublemazaa View Post

Is this moth damage? Or something else? If so, I do I get rid of those nasty mother fuckers?

Yes, looks moth eaten. It happens to wool. You can't get rid of all moths, just like you can't get rid of all mosquitos. Best bet is to keep your clothes clean and store in sealed bags when you aren't wearing them.  

post #19127 of 33081
Amazon has Helmut Lang sweaters for $59.99. Are these good sweaters or just designer branded bad quality goods?
post #19128 of 33081
Buy some and let us know.
post #19129 of 33081
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Originally Posted by backtaro View Post

I would like to ask for the comparison of Dockers Alpha Khakis and Jcrew Factory Urban Slim in term of quality/fits foo.gif ? They both run around $30/each, which is suitable for my budget, as a college students icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif And I would probably wear them fews time a week since I don't have a job which require dressing up right now.

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post #19130 of 33081
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Originally Posted by dragon8 View Post

Looks like moth.

Yep. Definitely sucks.
post #19131 of 33081
Think cedar is supposed to keep moths away?
post #19132 of 33081
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

Think cedar is supposed to keep moths away?

After a while, the cedar loses its aroma as well as its moth-repelant abilities. It is also questionable just how much it does. You can try something more potent like this:

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/CedarGreen-Safe-Alternative-to-Moth-Balls-and-Cedar-Oil-/110714505684?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item19c71949d4

post #19133 of 33081

I want a Burberry trench coat. I won't be wearing it with a suit. Just a polo in the summer and a shirt+thin sweater during the fall. 

I am 5'11", 155#, 38" chest

 

Help me decide:

 

700

1. Burberry Brit Britton, 100% cotton, 35" length

 

 

700

2. Burberry London "technical cotton" 65% poly 35% cotton, 38" length

 

 

700

3. Burberry London Britton 100% cotton, 35" length 

post #19134 of 33081
Where is a good start with sourcing cloth.
I want to get into this some more and start getting first shirts CMT, maybe some other clothing items as well.
Anyone got a hint as to where to start?
post #19135 of 33081
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Originally Posted by acedevil View Post

Hello,

 

I am looking to buy a tuxedo. Now I am more of a three piece guy even though I am not really old. My choice is between a midnight blue tuxedo or a black one with peak lapels and a velvet (?) vest.

I am edging towards the black one because of my tan skin, black hair and really dark brown eyes. (Looks black) Though a lot of people say midnight blue suits me nore.

Apart from the color, the next few times I'll be wearing this tuxedo is New Years, a party hosted in afternoon, a school function in the afternoon, a dinner, and a night time wedding. What do you think I should I get?

If I go with the midnight blue, should I go with a black vest or the same color? Or maybe it's time for my first two piece tailored suit? 

 

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Originally Posted by msulinski View Post

Your complexion should not matter. The whole idea behind midnight blue is that it looks black. Under certain lighting conditions, it can look blacker than black, as black sometimes gives off a greenish cast. If the color of the fabric is obviously blue, then chances are, it isn't midnight blue.

 

As for the vest, it really depends on the material. If the body of the vest is wool, then the fabric should match the jacket fabric. If it is all silk, then you should be matching the lapels, which are most likely black, even on a midnight blue jacket.

 

 

I didn't know that. In the store lighting, it was showing a a very dark blue and I guess in a darker lighting, it would be black. Anyways under the circumstances said above, (wedding at night and an important party in the afternoon, bright sunny day and a school function in the afternoon), which one would be better? 

On a longer term, which one would be timeless? 

What do you mean by blacker than black? A glossy black?

Also, can a tuxedo can be worn without a tie or a bow tie? I mean, in a school function, everybody is a little badly dressed. I can look sharp in a three piece tuxedo, but without a tie. 

post #19136 of 33081
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Originally Posted by Spurious View Post

Where is a good start with sourcing cloth.
I want to get into this some more and start getting first shirts CMT, maybe some other clothing items as well.
Anyone got a hint as to where to start?

Some people on this forum sell cloth periodically. Acorn, I believe, is one or the only place to sell cloth directly to the public.
post #19137 of 33081
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Originally Posted by ericH123 View Post

I want a Burberry trench coat. I won't be wearing it with a suit. Just a polo in the summer and a shirt+thin sweater during the fall. 
I am 5'11", 155#, 38" chest

Help me decide:

700

1. Burberry Brit Britton, 100% cotton, 35" length


700

2. Burberry London "technical cotton" 65% poly 35% cotton, 38" length


700

3. Burberry London Britton 100% cotton, 35" length 

Number 3. The other two look like something out of S & M catalog
post #19138 of 33081
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Originally Posted by acedevil View Post

Hello,

I am looking to buy a tuxedo. Now I am more of a three piece guy even though I am not really old. My choice is between a midnight blue tuxedo or a black one with peak lapels and a velvet (?) vest.
I am edging towards the black one because of my tan skin, black hair and really dark brown eyes. (Looks black) Though a lot of people say midnight blue suits me nore.
Apart from the color, the next few times I'll be wearing this tuxedo is New Years, a party hosted in afternoon, a school function in the afternoon, a dinner, and a night time wedding. What do you think I should I get?
If I go with the midnight blue, should I go with a black vest or the same color? Or maybe it's time for my first two piece tailored suit? 

I would go with black but either color you can't go wrong. Do you really need a vest? If yes, then go wit hthe same color.
post #19139 of 33081

anybody any idea where i can find this brown leather jacket on the guy with shades? its for my boyfriend.

 

[img]http://static.nme.com/images/gallery/2012TheCourteenersPress081112.jpg[/img]

 

appreciate any help thanks.

 

and glad to be here!

post #19140 of 33081
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Originally Posted by ericH123 View Post

I want a Burberry trench coat. I won't be wearing it with a suit. Just a polo in the summer and a shirt+thin sweater during the fall.  Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I am 5'11", 155#, 38" chest

Help me decide:

700

1. Burberry Brit Britton, 100% cotton, 35" length


700

2. Burberry London "technical cotton" 65% poly 35% cotton, 38" length


700

3. Burberry London Britton 100% cotton, 35" length 

I would not recommend purchasing any of these trenches at those lengths. They are much too short. I have a shorter trench which was gifted to me. Firstly, it was completely ineffective as a rain coat. Second, it is highly unflattering on my frame. I'm 6'1'', 39'' chest, 150 lbs for your refrence. The short trench was emasculating, especially when the belt was tightened. There is nothing more unmanly than these short trench coats. Best of luck to you in your search for a decent trench.
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