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Does anyone know the song playing in the 3.1 Phillip Lim S/S13 Video

 

 

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Does anyone know the song playing in the 3.1 Phillip Lim S/S13 Video




Mother Sky by Can

(credit: Soundhound)
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Thank you! Found out it's the Pilooski edit of Can Mother Sky


Edited by MonsieurLock - 11/2/13 at 12:37am
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Originally Posted by Veremund View Post

You wear a t shirt and fingerless gloves. What dress sense?

does fingerless gloves not go with trench coat?
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Does this 3 piece combo work well for a wedding attending as a guest, or go no waistcoat.  Wedding will be marjority people in high 20's to high 30's.  Also because the wedding is being held in November, would it be concidererd inappropriate to wear a poppy on the lapel?  *note Ignore the pants

 

http://postimg.org/image/lbmng38qv/

 

http://s23.postimg.org/tien7nytn/20131101_220501_resized.jpg

 

http://s23.postimg.org/4ml7k6c5n/20131101_220652_resized.jpg

Do NOT buy this outfit. No one--other than 6' 10" pro basketball players--wears anything but a two or three-button suit. Four buttons is heinous, even for pro sportsmen. Stay away!

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A poppy in November, before Remembrance Day, is NEVER inappropriate.
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What shirts are essential in a wardrobe?

As of today, I have these shirts in my wardrobe (I just moved, and I didn't bring all of my shirts):

1x light green OCBD

1x sky blue OCBD

1x university striped blue OCBD

1x university striped light purple OCBD

1x university striped aqua OCBD

1x ecru OCBD

1x denim button down shirt

1x white blue checks dress shirt

1x light blue chambray shirt w/english cutaway collar

 

As you can see, my collection consists mainly of OCBDs, because I am a student and I don't wear suits or jackets as much as you guys. And I usually dress in jeans, chinos, v-necks or crew necks combined with shirts. 

But I would like some advice about what kind of shirts I should invest in. 

 

Thanks in advance!

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The mantra is, you can never have enough white and light blue shirts.
So that's where I'd start with a business wardrobe.
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You need a plain white OCBD, and a plain white dress shirt. A plain blue dress shirt is also recommended. You still need to dress up every now and again, best to be prepared.
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I need a few new pairs of dress shoes and I'd like some with commando type soles, or at least a good all weather sole. Any brands to look at in the 300 or so dollar range?
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You need a plain white OCBD, and a plain white dress shirt. A plain blue dress shirt is also recommended. You still need to dress up every now and again, best to be prepared.

 

Isn't white and OCBD a contradiction?

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Isn't white and OCBD a contradiction?


Nonsense. Hell, I'm wearing one right now. They go with almost literally anything short of formalwear.
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Nonsense. Hell, I'm wearing one right now. They go with almost literally anything short of formalwear.

 

I thought formal is precisely what the color white is for.

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I thought formal is precisely what the color white is for.

White goes with formal wear, but button down doesn't.

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Approximately how much length can be added to the pants by using the cuff material and the material underneath the hem?

 

The pants in question have a 1.5'' cuff height and about 1'' material underneath the hem.

 

Thanks!

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