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post #8251 of 33197
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I've got an appointment at lenscrafters tomorrow and I'll have to get some new eyeglasses. I've been wearing the same pair of thin-framed D&G glasses for like two years, so it's time for new ones.

I'm leaning towards these, but would like a few recommendations. Or should I just go with contacts?

Pic is what I usually dress like...except I'm not wearing glasses. (Yes, I know my hair is awful in this pic but I didn't take the time to fix it)


I think the frames will work well with your face.
post #8252 of 33197
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Originally Posted by poissa View Post
so I had an 'accident' at lunch where I managed to get mustard all over my shirt and wool pants. Will the cleaners be able to remove said stains

Yes. Happened to me in the past but take them over the same day and tell them wher the stains are .
post #8253 of 33197
Brother of a bride, Black suit, white shirt, what type of tie should I wear (no bow ties at this wedding). I was thinking a solid black, is that too boring?
post #8254 of 33197
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Originally Posted by jd13jd13 View Post
Brother of a bride, Black suit, white shirt, what type of tie should I wear (no bow ties at this wedding). I was thinking a solid black, is that too boring?

You're supposed to be happy at a wedding. I'd keep the shirt .
post #8255 of 33197
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Originally Posted by lilmann40 View Post
Can't tell, is this a 50L? I guess I just am not sure how to read it:


Looks like a 40S.

Taglia 40. Stature Cor
post #8256 of 33197
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Originally Posted by jd13jd13 View Post
Brother of a bride, Black suit, white shirt, what type of tie should I wear (no bow ties at this wedding). I was thinking a solid black, is that too boring?

Did you mean a funeral? If so go ahead. Do NOT wear a black tie to a wedding.
post #8257 of 33197
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Originally Posted by SirGrotius View Post
What kind of price range are you looking at? Keep in mind good shoes are a must in a work environment. Check out Allen Edmonds as a start. You can find them on sale here & there. They're good quality, made in usa, and have a variety of styles.

Honestly, something just comfortable. Because I need the comfort for my feet. I want to feel/see a difference, as opposed to paying a premium for a brand.

I'll look around. there. I just dont want to keep replacing shoes that have the sole fall off, or catch scuffs really easy. Most of all, I want the comfort.
post #8258 of 33197
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Originally Posted by jd13jd13 View Post
Brother of a bride, Black suit, white shirt, what type of tie should I wear (no bow ties at this wedding). I was thinking a solid black, is that too boring?
Too sombre. Unless your sister is also deceased, ditch the black (both suit and tie). Go for a charcoal or navy suit and a tastefully-patterned tie.

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I'll look around. there. I just dont want to keep replacing shoes that have the sole fall off, or catch scuffs really easy. Most of all, I want the comfort.
The advantage of good quality dress shoes is that soles can be replaced and most scuffs will polish out. There is a break-in period, but the shoes last longer when taken care of, and will feel just fine as long as the fit is good.
post #8259 of 33197
Any recommendations on a decent navy suit (possibly w/a subtle pinstripe) for under $400? I'm trying to fix my wardrobe, and am planning on getting a suit made in a couple months, but need something to be able to wear in two weeks. Since I'm not that excited about navy as a color, I figure that would be something to buy off the rack. (I have a couple 38Rs I bought back in the day that I swim in now -- I've started running marathons, and what were already a bit big before look thoroughly ridiculous now.)

Here's where things get tricky -- I'm 6', have short arms (I have a BB blazer that fits me well and is a 36S), and a 31 x 30 trouser size.

Thanks!
post #8260 of 33197
Can someone give me a quick reply as to what the fuss is about Mabitex/Incotex?

Do they have superior fit/construction/feel? I've yet to see a pair IRL, so not sure whether to jump onto the hype bandwagon yet.

Thx
post #8261 of 33197
Hi guys, my prom date is wearing red D; what should I wear with a black suit to match? red vest and red tie? white vest/tie, red pocket square... silver vest/tie, red pocket square... I really don't know :\\ Any help in pulling this off would be appreciated! Thanks guys. (also what difference from 100% wool does a wool/silk blend make? is it worse/better, warmer/cooler..)
post #8262 of 33197
I've just bought a suit in silk and linen. The sleeves are about a 1/3" to long. Do you think that the wrinkels will make up for that, or do I have to have them hemmed?
post #8263 of 33197
Hello guys! I have one question. How to wear these pants ? It's kind of purple. Bought them in Massimo Dutti 2 weeks ago. I could imagine it just in mix with white shirt. Any advice would be great! Picture attached. Thank you.
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post #8264 of 33197
hey guys, i have a charcoal suit and a navy suit i will be wearing to two receptions. i have a light pink and a light blue H&M shirt to go along with each. all colors are solids. can you tell me what shirt would match with what suit, and what ties i should i looking for? i am trying to spend ~$20 or less per tie as i only wear them on these occasions which is not often, thanks!
post #8265 of 33197
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Originally Posted by LaymanX View Post
Can someone give me a quick reply as to what the fuss is about Mabitex/Incotex?

Do they have superior fit/construction/feel? I've yet to see a pair IRL, so not sure whether to jump onto the hype bandwagon yet.

Thx

They are very slim. Though there been 2 threads about their tendencies to bust at the seat seams when bending down.
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