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post #8491 of 33081
I found a good deal on ebay for Allen Edmonds Sanfords. They are my size (10) BUT it says the width is C,B (narrow). I don't have a "narrow" foot but they are not wide either, I would say my feet are skinny to very average. Will these be too "tight" for me? Thanks in advance!
post #8492 of 33081
^Possibly. You might want to ask for measurements, and judge for yourself. /White/Blue shirt + black pants + black shoes = no-no?
post #8493 of 33081
Looking for cheap honeymoon wear. We will be in NYC and Miami. Needs to travel well and be versatile. Right now I have my charcoal suit, navy blazer, dark slacks, plenty of dress shirts. Not exactly beachy... Suggestions? Trying to learn style while perfecting my craft. Style is actually tougher to understand... Sent from iPhone
post #8494 of 33081
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Looking for cheap honeymoon wear. We will be in NYC and Miami. Needs to travel well and be versatile. Right now I have my charcoal suit, navy blazer, dark slacks, plenty of dress shirts. Not exactly beachy...

Suggestions?


Trying to learn style while perfecting my craft. Style is actually tougher to understand...
Sent from iPhone

Light linen suit? Linen jacket and khakis? You could probably find something at J Crew or something along those lines.
post #8495 of 33081
What color pants should NOT be worn with brown shoes?
post #8496 of 33081
I have very uneven shoulders (My right is 3/4" lower than my left, which I'm told is more than most) and the shoulder pads sewn into my suits did not take this into account, leaving my shoulders less than clean. Is this fixable?
post #8497 of 33081
Quick question. I'm looking to buy some dress shirts this summer before I go to college. Besides pale blue and white, what are some other appropriate/attractive colors or patterns? What do you guys think about french blue or purple? What about black? I'm Chinese, medium dark skin.
post #8498 of 33081
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What color pants should NOT be worn with brown shoes?

Black or the same shade of brown as your shoes.
post #8499 of 33081
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I have very uneven shoulders (My right is 3/4" lower than my left, which I'm told is more than most) and the shoulder pads sewn into my suits did not take this into account, leaving my shoulders less than clean. Is this fixable?

Yes, but take it to a very experienced tailor.
post #8500 of 33081
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Quick question. I'm looking to buy some dress shirts this summer before I go to college. Besides pale blue and white, what are some other appropriate/attractive colors or patterns? What do you guys think about french blue or purple? What about black? I'm Chinese, medium dark skin.

Go lavender and with POW check
post #8501 of 33081
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Does anyone know a service that will slim ties for you? I saw one mentioned on here once.

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Tie Crafters are the only ones I am aware of.

+1 on Tie Crafters.
post #8502 of 33081
Anyone have a suggestion on where to get a cheaper version of the navy striped bar tie (3" width) like the one below: http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatP...=&sectionsize=
post #8503 of 33081
where to find a long sleeved pique polo with buttoned barrel cuffs?
in europe?
post #8504 of 33081
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where to find a long sleeved pique polo with buttoned barrel cuffs?
in europe?

In England Charles Tyrwhitt is selling them at the moment at a reasonable price. I bought a couple and they're pretty good; my only quibble is the blue and white striped CT house lining on the inside of the cuffs, which shows up if you roll them up and is a bit obvious.
post #8505 of 33081
sorry i posted this on the main forum, but need a super quick reply...

I'm about to buy a Navy RLBL 40R online but realized the trouser size will be a 34 waist. I'm normally a 31 waist and wear a 38R but with RLBL i need to size up.

Will a good tailor be able to appropriately reduce the waist size without distorting the design of the pants at a reasonable cost? I'm worried that even if i reduce the waist from a 34 to a 31 the pants will still be fitted for a bigger guy.

I could also live with a 32w, would a 34 --> 31/32 waist reduction be too much?
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