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First timer here. I wanna look cool for my girl. Give me some tips? She says I dress too sloppy.

fancy creams and lotions
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Help me pick an aviator sunglasses from the following pictures, any other suggestions are also welcome.















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suggestions for good black captoes for interviews?

i dont really care about corrected grain. i wont wear them much out of the year. ideally sub 200.

also i dont really like hte shape of park avenues.



so far i have this

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/produc...electedFitID=0



the loake 1880 herring knightsbridge
post #8569 of 33197
Really? No way!
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Indesertum, for the price you can do much worse than those Herring Knightsbridge. I ordered a pair and they arrived last week. Very happy with them. They are made by Loake to 1880 (sf approved) standards. Good luck with the interview.
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Where to get Edward Green near Los Angeles area?
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Are shearling jackets and cashmere-wool blend coats overkill for San Diego winters?
I live close to the coast, so it does get (relatively) cold, windy, and wet. Just not sure how other people would percieve me for wearing these things in San Diego.
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Help me pick an aviator sunglasses from the following pictures, any other suggestions are also welcome.

It's impossible to choose the best sunglasses for you without seeing them on your face. Saying that, they're all pretty similar, so just pick the ones you think look best?
post #8574 of 33197
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Are shearling jackets and cashmere-wool blend coats overkill for San Diego winters?
I live close to the coast, so it does get (relatively) cold, windy, and wet. Just not sure how other people would percieve me for wearing these things in San Diego.

Relativly light cashmere coats exist. But in the end you'll have to decide how much wear you'll get out it and if it's worth the price. I have coats I might wear five times a winter. They'll last forever if nothing eats them but they wouldn't be the first thing I'd buy. If you have the basics covered then it might make sense
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I'm in the midst of building a business wardrobe. Mostly it will consist of decent but cheap suits from the FS forum, and one TaT suit. I plan on slowly introducing more MTM as I can afford them, and years from now, a fully bespoke suit. However, am I crazy for considering a bespoke navy or charcoal sport coat? While not full business wear, it'd definitely be on the main pinnings of my wardrobe, and great for both casual with jeans or on weekdays with solid odd trousers.

Is this a solid investment this early on, or should I wait several years until I have a more full closet before I buy something like this?
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I'm in the midst of building a business wardrobe. Mostly it will consist of decent but cheap suits from the FS forum, and one TaT suit. I plan on slowly introducing more MTM as I can afford them, and years from now, a fully bespoke suit. However, am I crazy for considering a bespoke navy or charcoal sport coat? While not full business wear, it'd definitely be on the main pinnings of my wardrobe, and great for both casual with jeans or on weekdays with solid odd trousers.

Is this a solid investment this early on, or should I wait several years until I have a more full closet before I buy something like this?


I think it depends on some things. Are you required to wear a suit everyday? How many suits do you need ? Financial situation?
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Help me pick an aviator sunglasses from the following pictures, any other suggestions are also welcome.

The most important factor is the shape of your face, so it's hard to offer suggestions that will actually work for you.
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Where to get Edward Green near Los Angeles area?

http://www.leathersoulhawaii.com/contact/
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Does Allen Edmonds (The company itself) ever have sales in their shoes or offer promotion codes on their website? I see there is a space for it, but obviously I don't have one. I remember someone on AAAC mentioning there was some discount when he purchased some MTO shoes and I would like to do the same thing, but the extra $125 or so is making me waiver. I wish to purchase some custom leeds, but would much rather pay around $325 than $450.

Even if they had sales, I highly doubt they would offer them on MTO items. Custom and discounts rarely if ever meet.
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It's impossible to choose the best sunglasses for you without seeing them on your face. Saying that, they're all pretty similar, so just pick the ones you think look best?

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The most important factor is the shape of your face, so it's hard to offer suggestions that will actually work for you.

Well, all four sunglasses are in the same size and their shape suits my face well. I just want to know which one out of them looks the best to you guys.
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