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post #8671 of 33197
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http://www.seanjohn.com/blog/wp-cont...om-Ford-41.jpg

Where can i get dress pants like this? or ones that look similar

You can get them from Tom Ford.
post #8672 of 33197
I'm looking for a navy cotton cardigan to wear on cooler summer days, preferably one I could buy in London, does anyone have any ideas?
post #8673 of 33197
what can i wear the orange side of my hermes belt with? i have the blk/orange with the hold H. cant think of many combinations of colours that could pull it off
post #8674 of 33197
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Originally Posted by linds_15 View Post
what can i wear the orange side of my hermes belt with? i have the blk/orange with the hold H. cant think of many combinations of colours that could pull it off
I'm sorry, I googled orange belt and it only showed me karate guys and these women wearing one. Still, color scheme aplies. ... Don't hate me for this.
post #8675 of 33197
Being a little more serious, I really like the first and third combination. It will look good with blue jeans and maybe a white shirt. If you have green pants I think the third looks great (I mean, green pants, light blue shirt) if you can pull it off (I won't). It seems it's not that difficult to wear although it will always be a little flashy.
post #8676 of 33197
Is there anything one should keep in mind when it comes to maintenance of nubuck shoes? Or are they like regular suede?
post #8677 of 33197
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what can i wear the orange side of my hermes belt with? i have the blk/orange with the hold H. cant think of many combinations of colours that could pull it off

Any overpriced fashion label should be fine. Remember, it's not how it looks on you; it's how much it costs that matters.
post #8678 of 33197
So what's the current thought on suit fitting? I'm looking to get a MTM suit and they offer a classic and contemporary cut. Not sure what to pick.
post #8679 of 33197
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post
Any overpriced fashion label should be fine. Remember, it's not how it looks on you; it's how much it costs that matters.
whats the problem here? im genuinely trying to get some suggestions
post #8680 of 33197
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Originally Posted by Farside View Post
So what's the current thought on suit fitting? I'm looking to get a MTM suit and they offer a classic and contemporary cut. Not sure what to pick.

Did they give you any pics? Whats the difference?
post #8681 of 33197


Can someone ID this Seiko MoonPhrase watch for me, thanks in advance.
post #8682 of 33197
Say you're wearing a pretty casual cotton unstructured blazer. Is it OK to roll up or cuff the sleeves if you're also wearing a tie? (And would the casualness of the tie, say cotton or linen, factor into the equation?)

Thanks.
post #8683 of 33197
It seems you do it wrong. You pick your suit, then pick your shoes, then pick your belt. Not picking your belt and then trying to see how to match things with it. If you do the later part, that means the belt with the logo is the central point of focus of your attire. In that case, it seems rather silly.
post #8684 of 33197
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Originally Posted by linds_15 View Post
whats the problem here? im genuinely trying to get some suggestions

The problem is that you bought a gaudy brandwhore belt not because it looks good, but because it screams how much money you paid for said overpriced belt.
post #8685 of 33197
I'm looking for a slim-fitting summer cardigan, anyone have any ideas where I could find such an item? Thanks in advance!
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