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post #8476 of 33197
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Originally Posted by dashroc View Post
Quick question, would the shoe in this image be considered a chisel toe or a square toe?!

Certainly not square toe. Possibly chisel, though I'm not sure I'd even call it that, looks pretty well rounded to me...
post #8477 of 33197
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Originally Posted by inimitable View Post
2) Ideas on what to wear with a grey glenplaid shirt?
If anything, a solid navy suit and a solid tie (maybe burgundy).
post #8478 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Timmbo View Post
I'm looking for a dark brown grenadine tie (a la http://www.samhober.com/grenadine-ga...ilk-tie-6.html) but I'm on a tight (student) budget. Where can I find a cheaper alternative? Everywhere I look only have 'knit' ties which have square/flat ends, which I'm not interested in. I'm in the UK if this makes things easier!

Sometimes Chipp 2 has grenadines at a good price.
post #8479 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Spaghettimatt View Post
Anyone?

Yeah, mid-gray herringbone is fine. I think tan is an ideal warm-weather color.
post #8480 of 33197
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post
I'm going to have to strongly disagree. Too much fabric everywhere. I see shoulder overhang and sleeves cut too wide.

+1

I should pay more attention lolz
post #8481 of 33197
What is the difference between these sunglasses:

http://www.icueyewear.com/ICU/Sungla...288601%29.html
http://www.opticsplanet.net/ao-origi...unglasses.html

which are under $50... and Ray-bans?
post #8482 of 33197
Debating between the 60mm and 57mm. Attached photo is the 60mm. Is it too big relative to the width of my face, or is it about right? I'm torn as usually I wear 60's, but this frame has the 3mm difference but I've only been able to try the 60.
LL
post #8483 of 33197
Site related question: are "referrals" a good or a bad thing in member profiles? I don't have any, but I've seen a couple members with 1 or 2
post #8484 of 33197
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Site related question: are "referrals" a good or a bad thing in member profiles? I don't have any, but I've seen a couple members with 1 or 2

I think it's like when a new user signs up, he(/she) can type in the name of the forum member that directed him(/her) to SF.

Gosh I'm being too PC.
post #8485 of 33197
Could someone please recommend a brand or a MTM operation that make completely unlined button down collar shirts with a nice collar roll and slim fit. Fabric needs to be lightweight and comfortable foremost.
post #8486 of 33197
Does anyone know a service that will slim ties for you? I saw one mentioned on here once.
post #8487 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post
Does anyone know a service that will slim ties for you? I saw one mentioned on here once.

This may be of interest: DIY: Skinny Ties
post #8488 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Kensington View Post
Does anyone know a service that will slim ties for you? I saw one mentioned on here once.

Tie Crafters are the only ones I am aware of.
post #8489 of 33197
I am tall with a very long skinny neck (6'3, 15.5 neck), any suggestions for shirts with a substantial/high collar?
post #8490 of 33197
What kind of Gitman shirt do I have? I recently came into possession of a white Gitman Bros. Oxford Shirt. Fabric is nice and thick and is labelled "TTX". Fit is very slim, which makes me doubt it's a mainline Gitman? There is a box pleat on the back, but no locker loop or back collar button. Label says "Gitman Bros." and below that, "Made in USA" Navy Blue background with Beige letters and a green outline around it. Like this: Labelled as size "M". Chest pocket has a stitched chevron type detail, a subtle "V" if you will fropm the top down 1/3 of the pocket.
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