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How's the fit on Bonobos' suits compared to Jcrew's suits (ludlow)? 

 

Are the pants usually more baggy in Bonobos? 

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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post

l will probably go with the dark suit for the whole day. Thanks!

Bring two ties. A light blue for the daytime, and black for the evening.
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Can I wear these boat shoes with blue jeans? What colors will work with these?

 

 

 

Thanks
 

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Bring two ties. A light blue for the daytime, and black for the evening.
Not really necessary, but I suppose better a change of tie than a change of suit.

Nor would I recommend a solid black tie. A silver and black Macclesfield is a classic wedding tie, of course. Although using a tie to add a splash of color to, say, a grey suit with white shirt, is not necessarily a bad choice, either.

Heck, make that light blue daytime tie a bow tie. I mean, why not? Then again, I just happen to like bow ties, particularly for daytime social events.
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Can anyone point me in the right direction in treating some Chippewa tan GQ boots? I don't want to darken them too much.

http://www.amazon.com/Chippewa-20067-American-Handcrafted-Rodeo/dp/B00413PVOC/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top
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Am I the only one who is allergic to linen?

I bought my first linen cloth a year ago, and it was 85% cotton/15% linen chinos, and it itched so much that it was impossible to wear.

I am not sure if I am really allergic, or if the fabrics were cheap. The chinos were from Patrik Ervell, though, so it shouldn't be shitty. 

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Bring two ties. A light blue for the daytime, and black for the evening.

Or don't wear a tie during the daytime. It's summer.
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Am I the only one who is allergic to linen?
I bought my first linen cloth a year ago, and it was 85% cotton/15% linen chinos, and it itched so much that it was impossible to wear.
I am not sure if I am really allergic, or if the fabrics were cheap. The chinos were from Patrik Ervell, though, so it shouldn't be shitty. 

Were they lined?
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Can anyone identify this shirt? What do you think about this collar? I loved it at first sight, even though I reckon it's a bit unconventional.

 

I'm contemplating buying it (or a similar one) for casual occasions, such as a walk in the city during these warm days.

Lapo unconventional? Dio boia!

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Any suggestions what type of jeans a guy with short legs should look for? Low rise? Bootcut? Brands?

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Ask over on the SW&D boards, youll get a better response.
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Or don't wear a tie during the daytime. It's summer.

It's a wedding, I'd wear a tie.
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Can anyone identify this shirt? What do you think about this collar? I loved it at first sight, even though I reckon it's a bit unconventional.

I'm contemplating buying it (or a similar one) for casual occasions, such as a walk in the city during these warm days.

Pretty standard one piece collar linen shirt.
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Were they lined?

No, they weren't.

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Any suggestion for OCBD that fit similar to Thom Browne or Black Fleece but at much cheaper price?
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