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post #28936 of 33301

Just received an o'connell's ocbd in the mail.  I noticed that the tissue paper backing said "gitman gold master shirtmakers." 

 

Does this mean it's a gitman ocbd w/ o'connell's label sewn on?  Or relatedly, does o'connell's contract with gitman to produce a shirt to o'connell's specs?  

 

Very interested to know how this all works. 

post #28937 of 33301

I posted this in streetwear by accident. I have chinos in the following colors:

 

 

Which of these three sportcoats would go best with them?

 

http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/the-16552/Benjamin-Sartorial-Sport-Coat-cln-/Detail

 

http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/the-16569/Benjamin-Sartorial-Sport-Coat-cln-/Detail

 

http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/the-16596/Benjamin-Sartorial-Sport-Coat-cln-/Detail

post #28938 of 33301
Hey guys, would you mind giving me your opinion on this Shetland sweater? I'm happy with the fit but I'm concerned about the sleeve length. I've been told I can stretch the sleeves out if needed. What do you think?
post #28939 of 33301
I'd say the second one. Dark enough to contrast the blue but in a good brown shade to play off the other two pair.
post #28940 of 33301

@Mr Sola looks good to me. plus if you size up just to achieve a longer sleeve, you'll also be sizing up in the body, which is not worth it given how well that fits. 

post #28941 of 33301

don't combine these

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post #28943 of 33301
What tie can i wear with this shirt?




Thanks.
post #28944 of 33301
1) This shirt is ugly, looks like a tribal tattoo.
2) Personal preference aside this shirt is not really meant to be worn with a tie.
post #28945 of 33301
Quote:
Originally Posted by Spurious View Post

1) This shirt is ugly, looks like a tribal tattoo.
2) Personal preference aside this shirt is not really meant to be worn with a tie.

FTFY.


Edited by DonRaphael - 11/5/14 at 4:45am
post #28946 of 33301
lol thanks for the vote of confidence guys smile.gif
post #28947 of 33301
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Originally Posted by 997CTSurg View Post

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post #28948 of 33301
looking for a FRUGAL canvas bag/duffle. anyone have experience with the ROTHCO bags found at Army surplus stores?
post #28949 of 33301
Quote:
Originally Posted by fcukboy View Post

What tie can i wear with this shirt?




Thanks.


Black bellbottom trousers and beatle boots? Navy suit for a cocktail party?

 

EDIT: Answered wrong. I wouldn't wear a tie with this shirt. But if you must, a solid dark purple tie could work.

post #28950 of 33301
Quote:
Originally Posted by Georg Geladaris View Post
 

Hello folks,

 

I should probably apologize for asking this, but I am going to invest into a good suite and some good shoes, belt and shirts and want to know, if Converse All Stars High in NavyBlue are acceptable shoes for casual or busines casual events.

 

I like the feeling of staying and showing young, but on the other side I am a noob in regards to style and fashion. Therefore I would be glad if you could give me any recommendations in regard to wearing Converse Sneakers with Suits.

 

When does it pass, when doesn't it or why shouldn't I combine them at all?

 

George


Sneakers are never acceptable with a suit. Don't do it, you'll look like a high school kid at prom.

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