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Pietrafesa. Now defunct.

Edit: Yes, great quality for $80.
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any recs for sunglasses that are bigger than average (>50mm)?

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Short of getting a re-sole, is there any practical way to convert a Goodyear welted golf shoe into a functioning "regular" shoe? Champion "classic" spikes system.

All I can think of is having a cobbler replace the heels and putty a Toppy on the forefoot. However, there would still be voids under the toppy where the spikes used to be.
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I am looking for some advice. I am going to a semi formal event and decided to use a dark blue tie to match my dates dress. Does it work well with the suit? If not please tell me what might be a good alternative. Either shirt or tie.
post #30425 of 33197
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Originally Posted by HeiGabe View Post

I am looking for some advice. I am going to a semi formal event and decided to use a dark blue tie to match my dates dress. Does it work well with the suit? If not please tell me what might be a good alternative. Either shirt or tie.

Ditch the vest and wear a white shirt. Tie is fine.
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Do you think the sleeves on this shirt need slimming? If so, how much does it usally cost?

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They're fine.
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Originally Posted by cptjeff View Post

Ditch the vest and wear a white shirt. Tie is fine.

+1
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Originally Posted by upcoming View Post

Do you think the sleeves on this shirt need slimming? If so, how much does it usally cost?

You should wash that mug. That looks bad.

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You should wash that mug. That looks bad.

I will do thanks. Do you have an opinion on whether I need to slim my sleeves?
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I will do thanks. Do you have an opinion on whether I need to slim my sleeves?

No, they're fine.

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Originally Posted by Count de Monet View Post

Short of getting a re-sole, is there any practical way to convert a Goodyear welted golf shoe into a functioning "regular" shoe? Champion "classic" spikes system.

All I can think of is having a cobbler replace the heels and putty a Toppy on the forefoot. However, there would still be voids under the toppy where the spikes used to be.


Yeah, just get it re-soled by a competent cobbler and let the cobbler take care of it.  Whether you get topy on it or not afterwards is up to you.

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does anyone not recommend jason markk products (repel) on high end pieces (RO, julius, etc)?

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Originally Posted by cptjeff View Post


Ditch the vest and wear a white shirt. Tie is fine.


+2

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Would really appreciate some advice regarding a pair of Allen Edmonds. I plan to pick up a pair of AE park avenues in black considering it's a timeless shoe. In addition, I am willing to pick up one other pair of shoes, the McAllister. I originally had my eyes set on the McAllisters in chili but would really appreciate a second opinion. At my current workplace (still attending school) the dress code is business casual, rarely ever in a suit. My dress code consists of a dress shirt (white/light blue) and trousers (varies in color depending on the season/degree of formality within business casual). On the other hand, the career path I plan to follow will require me to wear a suit majority of the week (but that's not for a few years). I'm looking for a versatile pair of McAllisters and really appreciate the help.
Edited by J1994 - 4/10/15 at 8:24pm
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