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Not a PI, but an undergrad researcher (author on the poster)  in the School of Medicine's Dept. of Biomedical Sciences 


Will be presented at the University-wide Undergraduate research presentation/symposium on a weekday. Undergrads stand in front of the poster and look pretty and answer questions when asked, while other students and faculty members walk around. Not a competitive environment

 

Didn't want to embed as I posted this pic already but this look is what I was thinking of wearing (OCBD shirt, just not buttoned down in the pic)

http://i.imgur.com/EbFNCOk.png

 

I'd wear that. You're at your school among colleagues and friends. No harm looking sharp. No one is going to chastise you for being overdressed.

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Hey guys. I just got a pair of Caruso for Spurr pants in a black sort of donegal tweed. I can't find a picture of them, but they're quite a bit similar in pattern to this hat:

My question is, what sort of jacket might you pair this with? Some charcoal pattern? Maybe a navy? I have no idea really. Just looking for some guidance.

 

Thanks!

post #29898 of 33197
Query on size of shoe trees - should one get shoe trees of the same sizing as shoes?

I am asking because I struggle a fair bit when removing shoe tree from my oxford carmina (both size 11).
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Just enough break, or too little/no break?

 

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It's weird. It looks like the right leg has break and the left has none. are you standing with your weight all on your right leg?

 

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Just enough break, or too little/no break?

 

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I folded up the left leg to simulate no break

 

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It's a matter of preference. Its a tad short IMO. go to a decent tailor and tell him you're interedted in no break
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Ah, I see. I agree with the guy above me.

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Sorry about the background but what do you think to the fit of this shirt I know it needs a good ironing

Anyone?
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After an iron fit will look good.
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Sir good day,
Im plannig to wear a tux for my wedding. Is piana better than cashmire? Thank you,
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Sir good day,
Im plannig to wear a tux for my wedding. Is piana better than cashmire? Thank you,

And a good day to you. Your question is a bit confusing or confused. I'll try my best to help. There is a fabric mill in Italy called Loro Piana. They make regular wools, linens, cottons, some very unique fabrics, and cashmere. Loro Piana cashmere is among the best cashmere. Now, unless I've missed my mark, and there is a fabric mill named Cashmire (and according to my Google search, that is not the case), then that should clarify things. Now many mills make cashmere, and most cashmere is pretty nice for what it is. But if you can afford it, LP cashmere is the way to go.

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I really like Hugo Boss shirts but they don't fit me very well off the rack at all so do Hugo Boss stores provide an alteration service? I don't mind if they charge a bit extra for this. I'm extremely thin. I have a 28 waist and 33 arms some people have reccomended TM Lewin super fitted shirts. The problem is they are all very bland. The other option is MTM but that means I will have to wait a while before I recieve my shirts and at £250 a shirt I wont be able to afford many!
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I really like Hugo Boss shirts but they don't fit me very well off the rack at all so do Hugo Boss stores provide an alteration service? I don't mind if they charge a bit extra for this. I'm extremely thin. I have a 28 waist and 33 arms some people have reccomended TM Lewin super fitted shirts. The problem is they are all very bland. The other option is MTM but that means I will have to wait a while before I recieve my shirts and at £250 a shirt I wont be able to afford many!

Still another option would be to get to know a tailor you trust and take your shirts there to get them fitted. Over the long term, that's probably the better solution.

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Still another option would be to get to know a tailor you trust and take your shirts there to get them fitted. Over the long term, that's probably the better solution.

I agree with you that yes over the long term I need to find myself a tailor I can trust but in meantime do Hugo Boss offer an alteration service in their stores?
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