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post #22501 of 31067

If that shirt isn't from Calvin Klein, then it sure looks like a Calvin Klein shirt.

post #22502 of 31067
Italian clothing websites?
I tried the italian ebay site but didn't get too much luck. Any other place I can browse for italian clothings?
Thanks
post #22503 of 31067

There is a loose stitch/thread from the back seam of one of my jackets. Will I have any issues if I cut it? 

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Hi all,

 

I'm a groomsman in a wedding and have been told to "wear a vest" to set us apart from the guests.  I'm going to wear my charcoal suit pants:

 

http://www.indochino.com/product/The-Essential-Charcoal-Suit

 

And am curious what color vest (and shirt/tie combos too) would look good.  Wedding is outdoors, daytime, and will be hot (over 25-30C / 77-86F and humid).

 

Thanks.

post #22505 of 31067
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Originally Posted by kareem View Post

Hi all,

I'm a groomsman in a wedding and have been told to "wear a vest" to set us apart from the guests.  I'm going to wear my charcoal suit pants:

http://www.indochino.com/product/The-Essential-Charcoal-Suit

And am curious what color vest (and shirt/tie combos too) would look good.  Wedding is outdoors, daytime, and will be hot (over 25-30C / 77-86F and humid).

Thanks.

Are you wearing a jacket, or just the pants and vest? That's an unfortunate look most of the thing, for those of us that aren't waiters or Justin Timberlake. Not much you can do I guess, but it's not really in the SF approved wheelhouse.
post #22506 of 31067
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post


Are you wearing a jacket, or just the pants and vest? That's an unfortunate look most of the thing, for those of us that aren't waiters or Justin Timberlake. Not much you can do I guess, but it's not really in the SF approved wheelhouse.
 
No jacket.  Agreed, but I'm not making the rules =)
post #22507 of 31067

What exactly does the description "charged cotton" mean?

post #22508 of 31067
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Originally Posted by lusso63 View Post

What exactly does the description "charged cotton" mean?

They took a pile of cotton and jammed an electrical lead into it?
post #22509 of 31067

I bought the following Uniqlo shirt. The fabric seems great and soft, however when I'm ironing it, crinkles appear on the shirt, especially on the collars. To name a few, I have ironed BB, CT and BR shirts without much difficulty, but his particular shirt is giving me a hard time to get it ironed correctly. 

 

http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/lifewear/men-extra-fine-cotton-broadcloth-check-long-sleeve-shirt/075214-13-004?ref=mens-clothing%2Fmens-tops%2Fmens-casual-shirts

post #22510 of 31067
About a year ago, I asked in this thread whether to keep a pair of black chelseas. Those were considered too pointy.

This is a new pair of Brooks Brothers Peal & Co. chelsea boots. Do they look okay for wearing with conservative suits, slacks, and very dark, dressy denim (I know SF prefers brown by default)?



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Italian clothing websites?
I tried the italian ebay site but didn't get too much luck. Any other place I can browse for italian clothings?
Thanks

Boggi
post #22512 of 31067

Is there a guide to figuring out a dress belt (that gives the best bang for your buck)? The best I could make out from the forums is full grain is the ideal. And keep away from genuine, especially bonded leather.

 

Am I better off buying a belt like this

 

http://www.theshoemart.com/jc_cole-mens_35mm_colorado_calfskin_cognac/p-mxab-jc102_jcc_m_35mm_colorado_calfskin.html

 

or

 

sticking with a MWH full grain belt like this?

 

http://www.menswearhouse.com/mens-clothes/mens-clothing-accessories/mens-belts/brown-leather-belt-8583882703

 

Thanks

post #22513 of 31067
Funeral next week in Indianapolis for my wife's grandfather. My navy suit is threadbare and developing holes in unfortunate places, so it's retired and I'm pending something new when funds allow. That leaves me with two options:

1. Charcoal 1B peak lapel
2. mid- to light-gray 3r2 notch lapel

Which?
post #22514 of 31067
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Originally Posted by random-adam View Post

Funeral next week in Indianapolis for my wife's grandfather. My navy suit is threadbare and developing holes in unfortunate places, so it's retired and I'm pending something new when funds allow. That leaves me with two options:

1. Charcoal 1B peak lapel
2. mid- to light-gray 3r2 notch lapel

Which?
Black would’ve been best option. I say go for charcoal. No one will notice this but- 1 button peak lapel a bit too much for funerals’.
post #22515 of 31067
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Black would’ve been best option. I say go for charcoal. No one will notice this but- 1 button peak lapel a bit too much for funerals’.

I agree. Neither is great, but chances are, there will not be a single person there that even notices that your charcoal suit is 1 button peak lapel. Not so for the mid/light gray suit.

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