****HELP*** I can't find these sunglasses(on the guy) anywhere! Hoping one of you might know what brand and model they are!
Thanks in Advance!
I've currently only got Nike Free Runs for a casual sneaker and im going to grab another pair. These will typically be paired with a pair of khaki shorts. or some jeans. i'm athletic (soccer), and prefer white, as all my other pairs are black brown etc. and these are two pairs i have narrowed my search down to. What do you guys think? If you have any other suggestions feel free to share them.
So, just had a quick question about these shoes. Could they be worn with jeans/chinos/dress pants? All three? Only dress pants?
Thank you very much!
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I'd wear them with all three without hesitation, but IMHO it would make them marginally more suitable for that if they had open (derby) lacing, like this:
To me the ties look too casual for a blue suit. The shirt is also a part of the problem. For me, that shirt would be better suited for a casual outfit.
Head over to Norstroms or The Rack and see if you can pick up a few shirt and tie options. A light blue shirt is easiest to work with. With a blue shirt your tie options really open up.
@ Vinny - If your comment was directed towards me: I took the photo from ebay because I'm deciding on a purchase. I don't find that creepy at all. If your comment was not directed towards me, please disregard.
@MikeDT - I understand your point, but I also wanted to know if they were wearable with dress pants (i.e. for more formal occasions), which would make it appropriate to post it both here and in street wear, no? My apologies if not.
@Sinfjotli - Thanks so much. Really appreciate it!
Hi, I'm trying to identify the fabric of this beautiful suit.
Can anyone help me either identify it or the best way to describe this type of fabric/suit?
Colorwise - is this what one calls "Oxford grey"?
Probably newbie questions, but trying to educate myself ;)
Hoping this is the right place for this question..
Thanks in advance :)
This looks to me like it is a simple worsted wool (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worsted), perhaps a sharkskin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharkskin), with the color just called mid grey. Just FYI, most suits are made from wool and most of them are worsteds. Here is a good start for fabric decoding:
The 'saleperson' is the usual. A liar telling you anything to make a buck.
Break in a gap like that? No.
And that gap is grossly wide and ugly.
I prefer mine quite tight and I have seen a few that prefer a bit less so that is still alright
but what you have is........not good.
Do not buy or do return.