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post #7321 of 30556
Hey guys, I recently received a pair of really nice cuff links for my birthday. the problem is that I do not have a french shirt. Can anyone recommend me a timeless nice french shirt brand??? Much appreciated.
post #7322 of 30556
http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatP...lor=Black#null

Anyone own these? Opinions?

Please keep comments objective. I don't need a diatribe against all loafers.
post #7323 of 30556
I have never owned, tried on, or worn a pair of AE's If your budget is $300 ish, try the C&J Edgware, or maybe the Hallam. I find it extremely versatile, and was one of my first better shoes. Its listed a bit higher than your range in the link I provided, but you can find it discounted, perhaps on eBay often. Check the eBay seller Sausages (also a member here) and SalsaLocust for perpetual good deals on C&J seconds that usually always end at $325 USD.
post #7324 of 30556
At that price range I'd browse this site.
post #7325 of 30556
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At that price range I'd browse this site.

Thats a great site, I never knew about that. Have you ordered from them before?
post #7326 of 30556
I see C&J seconds on that site and ebay, but I don't think I have ever seen a BNIB C&J Shell 2nd. has anyone? is there a source for these akin to Alden:Shoemart?
post #7327 of 30556
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I see C&J seconds on that site and ebay, but I don't think I have ever seen a BNIB C&J Shell 2nd. has anyone? is there a source for these akin to Alden:Shoemart?

Not a site, but I got my shell C&J Bradfords heavily discounted (from NYR) and I have seen a few pairs at great prices pop up on eBay.
post #7328 of 30556
Can someone please tell me, what is "SC" everybody is referring to, or is there some kind of FAQ to acronyms used on SF? Thank you
post #7329 of 30556
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Can someone please tell me, what is "SC" everybody is referring to, or is there some kind of FAQ to acronyms used on SF?

Thank you

Sports coat and yes. (Not sure if it's the "official" one.)
post #7330 of 30556
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Thats a great site, I never knew about that. Have you ordered from them before?

Yup, she was my Grenson Rose pusher. Sarah used to sell on ebay as retailtherapy4all and is one of the few sellers that deducts VAT for overseas custies. Highly recommended.
post #7331 of 30556
Sport coat.
post #7332 of 30556
If you're looking for a bit sleeker shoe, take a look at the Allen Edmond Del Rays
post #7333 of 30556
If you're trying to be like Spoo then get those AE's in green
post #7334 of 30556
Need some feedback on jacket length. Here is my problem - this is going to be a lose-lose. Most other jackets I have are maybe 2-3 inches longer. I don't have long legs either. Basically, I'm thinking this jacket is either too short, or all my other jackets are too long.

Heck, worst case this is too short and all my others are too long. Ideally, I'm thinking maybe another .5 to 1 inch, and my others need to lose 2 inches

Also, I deliberately chose off-trousers (this is a suit jacket) for constrast purposes.

New Photos - found another camera with much better resolution. FYI...I'm awful at photographing myself





post #7335 of 30556
yeah, it looks a tad short, like you said maybe 1 inch? But it's not terrible, and especially for shorter guys I find a shorter jacket to be quite flattering. A whole-body picture would be useful.
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