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where to sell a $500 watch?
The usual places - timezone.com, watchuseek.com, eBay, etc.
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I want to buy an white cotton pcoket square but: cotton or linen? Any suggestion about under $60?

Thank you very much.

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where to sell a $500 watch? i absolutely hate it. some minor wear, though (gift from an ex).

Lol, this man hate it because it's the present of his ex. What is the brand? You can post in the market place or give it to me if you really, really hate it :D. In my country, people usually send it back to their ex or throw away (of course under this case it's $500, you should not throw it away). Just kidding :D

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I want to buy an white cotton pcoket square but: cotton or linen? Any suggestion about under $60?

Thank you very much.

Give a look at Kent Wang -- $20.  I'm happy w/ the plain white I got, might pick up one with colored edge at some point. 

post #20330 of 30736

I was given a Burberry pocket square for Christmas (I didn't even notice the gift until today shog[1].gif).

 

On one hand, it looks great with a navy jacket. On the other hand, it's so heavily branded.

 

There isn't anything I can do, right?

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I want to buy an white cotton pcoket square but: cotton or linen? Any suggestion about under $60?

Thank you very much.

Kent Wang. Get the white linen first: http://www.kentwang.com/white.html

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Kent Wang. Get the white linen first: http://www.kentwang.com/white.html

Thank you. Beautiful and reasonable price :)

post #20333 of 30736

Noticed the slightest hole in my wool pants the yesterday.  Is there anything I can do to prevent this from increasing in size? (beside we-weaving)

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Need very quick answer, I've got to go to a funeral tomorrow, but no black or charcoal suit is available now (actually, still have one charcoal but old-fashioned). So should I have two options now:

1. Black shirt, no tie (the weather is quite warm). May be a black V-neck sweater, black shirt, black tie.

2. Black coat, black shirt, black tie (with or without a black sweater).

What do you think?

Thank you.

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How is the suit old-fashioned?

Whatever you end up with, go with a white shirt over black.
post #20336 of 30736
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How is the suit old-fashioned?

Whatever you end up with, go with a white shirt over black.

The lapel is odd, looks like a 3 roll 2 buttons, but it's a 2 buttons jacket. It doesn't fit me perfectly either.

post #20337 of 30736
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How is the suit old-fashioned?

Whatever you end up with, go with a white shirt over black.

+1. Go with white shirt, black tie, black coat if necessary
post #20338 of 30736
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I was given a Burberry pocket square for Christmas (I didn't even notice the gift until today shog%5B1%5D.gif).

On one hand, it looks great with a navy jacket. On the other hand, it's so heavily branded.

There isn't anything I can do, right?


I don't know about you but I always keep a rag in my car for checking the oil when I fill up. How boss would it be to have a Burberry oil rag? Think about it.

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Originally Posted by azumi View Post

Need very quick answer, I've got to go to a funeral tomorrow, but no black or charcoal suit is available now (actually, still have one charcoal but old-fashioned). So should I have two options now:
1. Black shirt, no tie (the weather is quite warm). May be a black V-neck sweater, black shirt, black tie.
2. Black coat, black shirt, black tie (with or without a black sweater).
What do you think?
Thank you.

Are you going to a Jersey Shore Club? No? Then don't wear a black shirt. End of story.
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Well, thank you very much. You know, in my country, people usually wear black outfit to the funeral. But this time I will wear an white shirt.

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Well, thank you very much. You know, in my country, people usually wear black outfit to the funeral. But this time I will wear an white shirt.

What country is that?
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