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post #28846 of 33186
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Too much going on?

I think everything matches well enough that it's OK. I'd wear it to a casual reception or the like.

post #28847 of 33186

Shudder

post #28848 of 33186
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post

Too much going on?

Yes. Way too much going on.

I'm not a big blue on blue on blue on blue fan. But, even if there were some non-blue relief, that would still be quite busy. I think the most offensive part is the matchy-matchy tie and suspenders. I also don't think that shirt, with two pockets, lends itself well to a tie and suspenders. I don't have an issue with any of the pieces individually (I could see myself wearing each of them as parts of different outfits), but together they're a hot mess.
Edited by southbound35 - 10/17/14 at 9:58am
post #28849 of 33186
I need some help on getting the right size for a leather jacket. I'm looking at a Schott bomber jacket and I'm confused on what size I should get. I've read a few times now that if I have a 44" chest I should get a 50" chest for a jacket. But that seems really big to me, but then again I'm a huge noob when it comes to all this. Any help on the subject would be much appreciated.

My measurements are:
Chest 44"
Waist 36"
Shoulders 21"
Arms 25"

I don't know if you need any measurements other than that. I'm looking at some vintage ones right now so I'm not placing an order to my size or anything and need to know which ones would fit well. Thank you for any help!
post #28850 of 33186
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Too much going on?


Depends. Does part of your job involve you and a dozen or so co-workers climbing out of a tiny car?
post #28851 of 33186

Anyone have any experience with Rag and Bone Classic Fit wool suit? I found a new one that fits well and quality seems really nice. It retails for like $1200 and this thing is about $200. I have no experience with Rag and Bone at all. I would never consider dropping this kind of money on a suit that wasn't custom or from something established in that space. But for the price... might be worth it. 

post #28852 of 33186

If my dress belt is too long for my waist and the end of the strap hangs in the air after the buckle, what can I do to secure the end and it keep it from hanging? Is there a clip that I can use that doesn't look noticeable?

 

My dress slacks are a size 38 but when I began to put on weight the size 38 belt was uncomfortable to put on. When I changed to a size 40, there was extra space at the end.

post #28853 of 33186
I'm going to a cocktail party, and am wondering if it is okay to wear a charcoal flannel suit.

Thanks!
post #28854 of 33186
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Originally Posted by Valproate View Post

I'm going to a cocktail party, and am wondering if it is okay to wear a charcoal flannel suit.

Thanks!

Sounds a bit staid for a cocktail party.
post #28855 of 33186

Probably not the most appropriate but probably also acceptable.

post #28856 of 33186

Which is the most versatile herrington jacket color ? Is it navy or khaki ?

post #28857 of 33186
Dear all.. I am new here. I have s suits here tailor-made. Is there something wrong with it? Appreciate comments and advice, thanks [IMG]
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post #28859 of 33186
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Dear all.. I am new here. I have s suits here tailor-made. Is there something wrong with it? Appreciate comments and advice, thanks [IMG]
post #28860 of 33186
I've recently bought a length of cloth which reads "Trisco Mohair" on the edge. I've done some search online and find no information about Trisco. What actually is Trisco?
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