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post #25591 of 32490
I am a new convert to braces, and need opinions:

1. Is there anything wrong with wearing black formal braces with a charcoal suit (black shoes)?

2. In the situation that I was photographed without my jacket on, would the following textured braces and tie work OK, or would they clash?

post #25592 of 32490
1. No
2. Ok
post #25593 of 32490
Does anyone have any recommendations for tie repair in the UK? A pair of mine have just been through the washing machine.
post #25594 of 32490
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Originally Posted by Veremund View Post

1. No
2. Ok

Thanks. I should have worded my question better, but by "No" you mean "no, it's not a problem wearing black formal braces with a charcoal suit and black shoes," right?

I think this is the route I'm going to go with so I have a little more versatility.
post #25595 of 32490
Does anyone know anything about this company?

http://www.sartoriastirling.com/

I found a shirt by them at a consignment shop; quality seems to be on par with my Borelli...but I can't find anything more about them then the web page.

Are they custom only? What would retail be?
post #25596 of 32490
Why do you care about the retail if you got it for a bargain? And yes they are a custom only operation by the looks of things.
post #25597 of 32490
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Why do you care about the retail if you got it for a bargain? And yes they are a custom only operation by the looks of things.

I was concerned about the price to see (if they sold any off-the-rack items) if they might be in my budget for a future purchase.


Thanks for your assistance.
post #25598 of 32490
5 most important pairs of shoes to own?

J
post #25599 of 32490
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Originally Posted by J011yroger View Post

5 most important pairs of shoes to own?

J

I don't know your life, man. There are plenty of lists for a good five or seven shoe wardrobe out there -- start from there, and excise the items you don't think you'll need.

post #25600 of 32490

So... is there a pair of leather/suede shoes that's decent for rainy/snowy/slushy weather? I still can't figure out from what I've read.

post #25601 of 32490
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Originally Posted by Van Veen View Post

Thanks. I should have worded my question better, but by "No" you mean "no, it's not a problem wearing black formal braces with a charcoal suit and black shoes," right?

Correct. smile.gif
post #25602 of 32490
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Originally Posted by J011yroger View Post

5 most important pairs of shoes to own?

J

Black oxfords, city brogues, country brogues, chukka boots and a loafer.
post #25603 of 32490

This is the lapel button hole that is stitched on both sides of the lapel, but is not functioning. Can I cut between the stitch to make it useable, or is a trip to the tailor in my future? I have a boutonniere that attaches via a small button through the lapel I want to use. 

 

 

post #25604 of 32490
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Originally Posted by bbob2013 View Post
 

This is the lapel button hole that is stitched on both sides of the lapel, but is not functioning. Can I cut between the stitch to make it useable, or is a trip to the tailor in my future? I have a boutonniere that attaches via a small button through the lapel I want to use. 

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Yes, yow can use an exacto knife or something and cut a slit- or take it to a tailor shop and have them do it for you. 

post #25605 of 32490
anyone know how to size for BBBF shirts? I'm a size S in uniqlo regular fit oxford and flannels, and size 36R suits.
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