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Is the Zegna for Neimen Marcus the same quality as mainline Zegna?

 

I know the Sachs near me carries a lesser quality Zegna line, but they call it Z Zegna.

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Originally Posted by mpdahaxing View Post



Will be wearing this for the four weddings coming up. Just wanted to know if I look awkward/weird in my choice of color/coordination. Shoes will be black oxfords.

Personally I don't like all the black. Also with all the black, the pocket square doesn't go in my opinion. I also wouldn't puff it out so much either.
post #16683 of 27536

Evening all,

I'd appreciate some suit advice, primarily regarding colour.

I own one charcoal suit, for sombre occasions etc. (and a dinner suit, but that is neither here, nor there). I never wear suits at work (Navy, so always in uniform). Thus, any time I would wear suits the occasion will be social, so I don't need to strictly adhere to business demands. I don't want something trendy and soon to be out of date. I prefer to stick to very traditional styles, as I feel they always look refined and respectable.

 

I'm 20 years of age, quite fair skinned with dark red/brownish hair, thin and moderately tall.

 

What colour would you suggest for a single breasted (very possibly three piece) suit? I'm looking at a shade of grey (no pattern), not too light, and not too flat. This for instance appeals to my eye, but I welcome divergent views.

 

Also, any particular criticisms of a ventless italian styled suit?


Thank you for any opinions.

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Hey guys, can anyone help me find a blazer similar to this one?

 

400

 

 

 

I've tried looking around for similar sports jackets but i just seem to only come across the generic tweed blazers, have had no luck finding anything remotely similar to this one. My budget is around £200.

Would really appreciate any help, thanks. 

post #16685 of 27536
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Originally Posted by jojov View Post

The drop is the difference between waist and hips.

Wait, what?
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I have just bought this cotton navy Harrington cotton jacket:

 

 

 

700

 

 

 

My question is. what should i Not wear ( +colours to avoid) with this Navy jacket?  

Are Creme cargos, denim jeans, black chinos all suitable? all with dark brown boat shoes

 

- i've noticed this harrington jacket is quite baggy around the midriff/stomach area,

is this the style? as i might tailor it so its tighter in the stomach region and less baggy

 

 

 

Also on a different note, i just bought this long sleeve checked shirt:

 

 

 

700

 

 

 

And am i right in thinking i shouldnt tuck this into the jeans or chinos/cargos im wearing (with a belt)

As from the pictures i've seen online, they all seem to not be tucked in / freely hanging down

What is best for these style checked shirts, tucked in, or not?

Also , what bottoms are most suitable?

 

Thanks for all opinions


Edited by adamt - 8/11/12 at 7:36am
post #16687 of 27536
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Originally Posted by Paisan View Post

This is a total noob question, but I get different answers everywhere I ask so I'm going to ask the people who know.  When wearing a white (dress) shirt, what is the rule for undershirts?  Some say no undershirts because you can see the sleeves of the undershirt if one is not wearing a jacket.  Some say to avoid this by either, not wearing an undershirt at all, or wearing a sleeveless shirt.  Some say having the sleeves visible is just part of the look.  Who is right?


If you sweat a lot, definitely wear an undershirt. Seeing the outline of the sleeves through your white shirt is miles better than pit stains.

 

If you are looking for something invisible, check out this undershirt: http://www.uniqlo.com/us/CPaGoods/itemcode=071299

Get the color that best matches your skin tone, and it will be almost if not entirely invisible.

post #16688 of 27536

For you 36R (suit size) guys:

 

How tall are you and how much do you weigh?

post #16689 of 27536

Gentleman, I need your help. The Allen Edmond Fifth St boot has caught my eye. I was in the market for an oxford shoe in burnished calf or Walnut when I stumbled across the Fifth St. Currently I already have a derby boot that works well enough for dress and casual (it is black) but I lack a suitable oxford dress show. Do you think I would be better suited to get a dress shoe for now since I already have a pair of boots or say to hell with it and get the Fifth St? 

 

700

 

700

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Originally Posted by adamt View Post

I have just bought this cotton navy Harrington cotton jacket:

 

 

 

700

 

 

 

My question is. what should i Not wear ( +colours to avoid) with this Navy jacket?  

Are Creme cargos, denim jeans, black chinos all suitable? all with dark brown boat shoes

 

- i've noticed this harrington jacket is quite baggy around the midriff/stomach area,

is this the style? as i might tailor it so its tighter in the stomach region and less baggy

 

 

 

Also on a different note, i just bought this long sleeve checked shirt:

 

 

 

700

 

 

 

And am i right in thinking i shouldnt tuck this into the jeans or chinos/cargos im wearing (with a belt)

As from the pictures i've seen online, they all seem to not be tucked in / freely hanging down

What is best for these style checked shirts, tucked in, or not?

Also , what bottoms are most suitable?

 

Thanks for all opinions

I don'ut usually tuck in checked shirt, because they are usually not made for tucking in. The distance between the last button and the hem isn't long enough to tucked in. If you look at dress shirts and casual shirt (like yours) you can see the difference on the length from the last button to the hem

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Originally Posted by msulinski View Post


If you sweat a lot, definitely wear an undershirt. Seeing the outline of the sleeves through your white shirt is miles better than pit stains.

 

If you are looking for something invisible, check out this undershirt: http://www.uniqlo.com/us/CPaGoods/itemcode=071299

Get the color that best matches your skin tone, and it will be almost if not entirely invisible.

Clever.  I'll look into it.  It's over 100 degrees here everyday, so yeah, people sweat.

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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post


Someone can surely give you a better answer, but I'll say personal preference. If I am going to sweat through it (i.e. giving presentations), I'll go with a v-neck undershirt. I'll still wear wife beaters on more relaxing days. Showing sleeves really doesn't bother me but showing a crewneck looks terrible.

I was simply concerned with the sleeves.  I will be wearing a tie so it's no big deal on the collar, but I agree that the visible crew neck and shirt combo isn't a flattering one.

post #16692 of 27536
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Originally Posted by JarndyceAB View Post

Evening all,


I'd appreciate some suit advice, primarily regarding colour.
I own one charcoal suit, for sombre occasions etc. (and a dinner suit, but that is neither here, nor there). I never wear suits at work (Navy, so always in uniform). Thus, any time I would wear suits the occasion will be social, so I don't need to strictly adhere to business demands. I don't want something trendy and soon to be out of date. I prefer to stick to very traditional styles, as I feel they always look refined and respectable.

Good man. You've come to the right place, then.
Quote:
What colour would you suggest for a single breasted (very possibly three piece) suit? I'm looking at a shade of grey (no pattern), not too light, and not too flat. This for instance appeals to my eye, but I welcome divergent views.

Navy or midnight blue are traditional colors for after-work suits. The medium-to-dark gray suit to which you linked is not a bad choice and would have more versatility for daytime events than a midnight blue suit.
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Also, any particular criticisms of a ventless italian styled suit?

They are somewhat more trendy and less functional than a double-vented jacket. Much better than a single-vented jacket, though.
post #16693 of 27536
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Originally Posted by GrensonMan View Post

Gentleman, I need your help. The Allen Edmond Fifth St boot has caught my eye. I was in the market for an oxford shoe in burnished calf or Walnut when I stumbled across the Fifth St. Currently I already have a derby boot that works well enough for dress and casual (it is black) but I lack a suitable oxford dress show. Do you think I would be better suited to get a dress shoe for now since I already have a pair of boots or say to hell with it and get the Fifth St? 

It really depends on the context in which you will be wearing the boots. Even though boots were originally more formal, they are considered less formal now and might raise eyebrows in the most conservative of business environments. Personally, I prefer boots and can wear them 99% of the time, so given the choice, I would get the boots.
post #16694 of 27536
Can someone link me to Vox's thread about coordinating your outfit?
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Edited by thekosmicdesign - 8/11/12 at 10:30pm
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