or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Ask A Question, Get An Answer... - Post All Quick Questions Here (Classic menswear)
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Ask A Question, Get An Answer... - Post All Quick Questions Here (Classic menswear) - Page 1659

post #24871 of 33197
I'm looking for a dark brown double breasted suit similar to this sold out indochino fabric. Can anyone help?

post #24872 of 33197

Does anybody know where I can get AE waterproofing spray in Canada? It cannot be purchased on American sites due to shipping restrictions on aerosol cans.

post #24873 of 33197
Best options for a flannel to pair with this tweed?

Thanks.
post #24874 of 33197

Is a 4 inch shoe horn good enough for an ankle boot? I assume so, since the shoe horn is not intended to touch the insole.

post #24875 of 33197
Quote:
Originally Posted by kloss View Post
 

Is a 4 inch shoe horn good enough for an ankle boot? I assume so, since the shoe horn is not intended to touch the insole.

 

Try putting the boots on with it.  If your feet go in, it's good enough.

post #24876 of 33197
Quote:
Originally Posted by Isolation View Post

Hey, I'm considering using a laundry service regularly once I move. I enquired and they say they machine wash them then put them in a machine to have them steam dried and pressed. I understand that using the drying machine at home is bad for clothes, does the process at a laundry service better, or similarly bad for cotton dress shirts? The thing is I don't really have too much time to iron all my shirts, so alternatively I was thinking about just doing what I usually do travelling anyway, hand washing while showering (is this weird? I've heard of at least 1 other person on these forums who does that), let it hang dry, and then perhaps getting an ironing service. I actually have enough shirts that I can save up several weeks of shirts and have it done in one go.

Alternatively I was just going to let it hang dry and wear it, I mean, it's generally not that wrinkled afterwards anyway, but I don't know if that's kind of bad. It's just what I used to do when living out of hotels, and didn't want to pay for dry cleaning.

 

Anyone?

post #24877 of 33197

Found a great deal on this Leather Jacket during a Black Friday Sale. A small seemed to fit too snug so I got a medium, but the arm's seem a little baggy. Can't return it, so it's wear it or store it. But, regardless, I want to know your guys' opinion on how it fits? Does it fit acceptable, too big, decent, etc.

post #24878 of 33197
^ can't see anything in the body from the pic, but the sleeves are obviously way too long.
post #24879 of 33197

The suits and ties in the photos look great.  As to the shirt question, please remember that you are a member of the wedding party and a wedding day is the bride's day.  Period.  Anything which distracts everyone's attention from her will be frowned upon.  I'd wear a white shirt or a very pale blue shirt (just enough to pick up the tie, but not enough to overwhelm it.)   If you have to, or if the others in the party are also likely to be a little forward in their style, I like the check shirt best.  The outfit in the first photo would be great for an afternoon wedding, if you weren't in the bridal party. 

post #24880 of 33197
Quote:
Originally Posted by kloss View Post

Does anybody know where I can get AE waterproofing spray in Canada? It cannot be purchased on American sites due to shipping restrictions on aerosol cans.

I know Harry Rosen sells Allen Edmonds shoe care accessories such as polish. So maybe they have it.
post #24881 of 33197
Quote:
Originally Posted by kloss View Post
 

Does anybody know where I can get AE waterproofing spray in Canada? It cannot be purchased on American sites due to shipping restrictions on aerosol cans.

 

Danier also sells leather care products, but all Danier branded, I think.

post #24882 of 33197
What are some good sites that carry Nudie Jeans in a wide selection? I want another Thinn Finn (I think that's what they're called?). I have a pair in dark indigo and really like the fit.I want another pair in a different shade of blue.
post #24883 of 33197
Hi, I'm having a job interview next week and was thinking on wearing navy trousers, black oxfords, white shirt and black skinny necktie, perhaps a black wool blazer cos it's cold. Any comments would that be an appropriate combo for the ocation
post #24884 of 33197
Quote:
Originally Posted by buchoelbrusco View Post

Hi, I'm having a job interview next week and was thinking on wearing navy trousers, black oxfords, white shirt and black skinny necktie, perhaps a black wool blazer cos it's cold. Any comments would that be an appropriate combo for the ocation

You need to provide a generic description on the position, company, etc. If interviewing for a business role, anything shy of a suit is unacceptable.
post #24885 of 33197

Would you consider this to be too large of a fit?

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Ask A Question, Get An Answer... - Post All Quick Questions Here (Classic menswear)