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post #14746 of 29352
1) A polo with chinos: tuck in or out?

2) A polo with jeans: tuck in or out?

Im thinking with chinos tuck in and jeans leave out but I am kind of unsure about what's approved here. I already know with shorts I will leave my casual shirts and polos out as I dont like the "golf look".
post #14747 of 29352
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

1) A polo with chinos: tuck in or out?
2) A polo with jeans: tuck in or out?
Im thinking with chinos tuck in and jeans leave out but I am kind of unsure about what's approved here. I already know with shorts I will leave my casual shirts and polos out as I dont like the "golf look".

Tuck in with chinos. Tuck out with jeans.

post #14748 of 29352
Which has a better movement an Omega Aqua Terra or a Brietling transocean?
post #14749 of 29352
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

1) A polo with chinos: tuck in or out?
2) A polo with jeans: tuck in or out?
Im thinking with chinos tuck in and jeans leave out but I am kind of unsure about what's approved here. I already know with shorts I will leave my casual shirts and polos out as I dont like the "golf look".

Both out for me, but then I only own flat front chinos. Pleated would look a little weird without the shirt tucked in.

post #14750 of 29352
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Originally Posted by clarksdb View Post

1) A polo with chinos: tuck in or out?
2) A polo with jeans: tuck in or out?
Im thinking with chinos tuck in and jeans leave out but I am kind of unsure about what's approved here. I already know with shorts I will leave my casual shirts and polos out as I dont like the "golf look".

I tuck in with both, but in giving advice I would tell you to tuck in with chinos at the very least. Pleats or no pleats, unless the styling is otherwise pretty casual.
post #14751 of 29352
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Originally Posted by hyt123 View Post

Both out for me, but then I only own flat front chinos. Pleated would look a little weird without the shirt tucked in.

Depends on the pleats and on the polos. I have some with very shallow forward pleats where it makes almost no difference, and they look great with a shorter polo.
post #14752 of 29352
Has anyone been able to successfully contact ROTM about their orders? The wait time is beyond frustrating not to mention the lack of communication.. I've sent a few emails enquiries but never get any reply. Don't know if the question fits here but seems like lots of SFers did order stuff from them.
post #14753 of 29352
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Originally Posted by TK21 View Post

Would it look terrible if I wore something similar to this:
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(Suit, vest, shirt, pocket square, no belt)
with shoes that look similar to these:
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or should I just go with black shoes?

Anyone?
post #14754 of 29352
should i return these suits? is the fit too sloppy?

excuse the sloppiness of the tie and the lack of smoothing out hte jacket--debating whether to return or not, hence why the price tag is still on there. off the rack saks zegna cloth slim fit. are the shoulders too wide? please scrutizine as i know SF will be the most critical of eyes. i know the sleeves need to be shortened.

suit 1
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suit 2 (colors do not appear that much different due to lighting. this is gray, previous is navy).
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thanks!
post #14755 of 29352
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Originally Posted by TK21 View Post

Anyone?

That would be fine.
post #14756 of 29352

I know the standard rule of thumb for what to wear to an interview is a conservative charcoal gray or navy blue suit, but what do you do if the one you have is old and ill fitting (got it when I was younger). I have a better fitting suit that I had tailored to fit me properly but it's in khaki. The position is just a low level management position, nothing fancy. So older ill fitting suit because it's gray, or better fitting suit even if its khaki? Thanks. Just as a side note I don't have the time or the means to purchase a new suit or have the old one tailored.

post #14757 of 29352
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Originally Posted by facet View Post

That would be fine.
+1
post #14758 of 29352
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Originally Posted by Smore View Post

I know the standard rule of thumb for what to wear to an interview is a conservative charcoal gray or navy blue suit, but what do you do if the one you have is old and ill fitting (got it when I was younger). I have a better fitting suit that I had tailored to fit me properly but it's in khaki. The position is just a low level management position, nothing fancy. So older ill fitting suit because it's gray, or better fitting suit even if its khaki? Thanks. Just as a side note I don't have the time or the means to purchase a new suit or have the old one tailored.

How poorly fitting is the older suit? Khaki is rather informal, so unless the grey is quite bad looking, you'd probably be better off with it. Doesn't need to be up to SF standards, just "not horrible looking."
post #14759 of 29352

Hi!

Just got this suit from suitsupply and turns out it looks like i borrowed it from my dad. Would you say that there's any possibility for a tailor to fix this one or should I return it?

 

 

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post #14760 of 29352
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Originally Posted by Sui iuris View Post

Hi!
Just got this suit from suitsupply and turns out it looks like i borrowed it from my dad. Would you say that there's any possibility for a tailor to fix this one or should I return it?


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The sleeves can be easily altered, and the body can be brought in relatively easily, but it looks like the body of the jacket is also way too long, which can't be altered by a significant amount without throwing off the balance. I would say to just return it.
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