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post #7726 of 33197
Does AE offer same recraft services on seconds?
post #7727 of 33197
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Does AE offer same recraft services on seconds?
Yep. They are recrafting a pair for me right now.
post #7728 of 33197
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Has anyone made their own tie?
Tiecrafters can do this for you.
post #7729 of 33197
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I found some second hand shoes on the internet but am not sure if it is shell or not, it's in the burgundy color.

Did Allen Edmonds have a Shell #8 with brogue/blucher/captoe? They don't seem to now, but I thought maybe they did in the past.

Can't tell without picture. You can post a picture of the crease.
post #7730 of 33197
Any tips on how to get the smell of sunscreen off clothes?

I have a few casual shirts that smell of Coppertone from a recent Carribean trip. I've laundered them with regular detergent, but it didn't do much.
post #7731 of 33197
can anyone tell me what is the most elegant type of cuff to have with spread collar shirts. i think french cuffs appropriate, but would button cuffs look good?

thanks.>!
post #7732 of 33197
French cuffs are most elegant but I think the mitered button cuff is handsome as well (I prefer button cuffs)

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Originally Posted by lovelux2010 View Post
can anyone tell me what is the most elegant type of cuff to have with spread collar shirts. i think french cuffs appropriate, but would button cuffs look good?

thanks.>!
post #7733 of 33197
For a professional job interview (associate attorney position), all other things being equal, would you wear a pinstriped or solid suit?
post #7734 of 33197
I bought a "british khaki" linen suit. I'm trying to decide what to wear with it...

I'm thinking medium/light blue gingham shirt, navy knit tie, and white bucks. Would this look good?
post #7735 of 33197
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French cuffs are most elegant but I think the mitered button cuff is handsome as well (I prefer button cuffs)

thanks. do you think a buttoned cuff should be mitered fro spread collar, or could single button cuffs work?
post #7736 of 33197
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thanks. do you think a buttoned cuff should be mitered fro spread collar, or could single button cuffs work?

Single buttons are fine. (What is mitered, btw?)
post #7737 of 33197
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Single buttons are fine. (What is mitered, btw?)

ok cool
i had not heard the term mitered, but if you search "mitered cuff" it does come up with results
post #7738 of 33197
What makes a collar fold and fall down just over the button.

You can see this shirt is almost doing it, but i have some older shirts that are horrible for this.
I need to keep a tie knot very tight and the tie up high to keep the collar from dropping.

Anyway to fix or know what causes it?
post #7739 of 33197
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ok cool
i had not heard the term mitered, but if you search "mitered cuff" it does come up with results

Ah, I see. I prefer rounded cuffs.
post #7740 of 33197
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ok cool
i had not heard the term mitered, but if you search "mitered cuff" it does come up with results

Since I was right there...
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