Ok thank you. They are basically charcoal. I assumed navy pants with dark brown shoes. Would this also work?
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Items were listed as final sale. I'll call my bank and try to dispute the charge.post #16818 of 294208/16/12 at 2:47pmQuote:Wait for C&J shoes to go on sale at Barney's.Originally Posted by miscer
I want good quality (AE level) shoe but with a "sleek/modern" look. I checked out McAllisters but I didn't like them even though the 5 last is one of the sleeker AE last. For example I like the 348 last from Crockett and Jones. Especially their Hallam. I have only seen pictures of the 348 last online though so I don't know what it actually looks like. I liked pics of the McAllisters but they look much chunkier IRL.
So what are some suggestions within a $300 budget?post #16819 of 294208/16/12 at 3:50pmQuote:
To be honest, you should've noticed those humongous stains before you bought it. Should have checked everything all over to make sure everything was fine since it said final sale.
My previous question was unanswered:
So I have a pair of AE loafers and I daubed some shoe cream on it. I didn't polish it or anything else. Whenever water even touches my shoe, the cream gets stuck in the drop of water.
Did I do something wrong? Was I supposed to daub the shoe with a damp cloth after putting the cream on?post #16820 of 294208/16/12 at 4:04pmpost #16821 of 294208/16/12 at 4:13pm
Hey man, I know its SF dogma to hate on black...but I don't see an issue with this. It is one of my best fitting jackets, and it is only being worn in the evening (in fact it is after 6 now and I still don't have it on) to an event.
If I had the same jacket in a different fabric, I might pick that...but at this point the lighting will be such that I couldn't tell if you were wearing black, navy, or charcoal.
edit: although at the same time, to the dude with the recruiting day events...don't wear a black suit because everyone else is...that's dumb. I mean if its your only suit, then go for it...although you could probably just not wear a suit. I've been to a bunch of those things in college and I doubt I would care if someone wasn't wearing a suit. Might even make you more memorable amongst the sea of bros in black suits.
Edited by otc - 8/16/12 at 4:26pmpost #16822 of 294208/16/12 at 5:35pmI'm not sure if this question is more appropriate for this forum or the streetwear and denim forum, but I'll try here first. I'm having issues finding a decent pair of brown derbies to wear out on the weekends with a nice pair of dark denim. What would be some good companies to check out aside from Allen Edmonds (I didn't see anything that caught my eye there)?post #16823 of 294208/16/12 at 5:47pmpost #16824 of 294208/16/12 at 6:22pmTried on a pair of John Lobb's Newbury today. LOVED them to pieces. Couldn't believe the quality and feel.
That said, I sized down to an 8 (usually do 8.5) and still felt my heel slide the tiniest bit (not fully, but maybe a couple millimeters when I walked). Everywhere else felt right.
Is that a bad sign? I didn't purchase them, have them on hold, but I wonder if the heel should move not at all or a couple mms is okay?
A half size down more became uncomfortable.
I was wearing dress socks on a summer day.post #16825 of 294208/16/12 at 6:59pmpost #16826 of 294208/16/12 at 8:30pmpost #16827 of 294208/16/12 at 8:45pmQuote:Originally Posted by periklis
My University has two big career fairs every year and I am going to attend them both (one in fall and one in spring). Everyone is wearing black suits and I was wondering if I should wear one too. I read the 101 guide about interviews and it says that I shouldn’t wear a black suite in interviews; I imagine that the same applies to career fairs and information sessions. My problem is that if everyone wears a black suit and I wear a dark grey/light grey suit I will look a bit off. So, should I go with a grey suit or a black one?
Wear the dark grey suit. If you look different use it to your advantage. Be confident, like you have your thing going and you have something to offer, but not in a cocky way. I.E. be very nice and interested in what they say, direct eye contact and smile. You'll do great. Remember the point of job interview or fair is not to be the same as everyone else.post #16828 of 294208/16/12 at 9:14pmpost #16829 of 294208/17/12 at 6:45ampost #16830 of 294208/17/12 at 8:01am
I want to buy some blazers/suit from online shops,
but I don't have any good measurements for a blazer/suit jacket that fits me well.
But I have some measurements for well-fitted shirts.
The question is: How should the size of the blazer be, compared to shirts?
Should the blazer be some inches bigger than the shirt, or have the same measurements?
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