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post #19096 of 28581
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Originally Posted by Oxullop View Post

In brown or black? What do you guys think? For the price reduction I am kind of tempted to get it.

No, but brown if you must.

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i've got prom soon. my dates wants me to wear a pink tie. if i absolutely have to what are some good suit, shirt, tie, shoe combinations?

post #19098 of 28581
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Originally Posted by brodygee View Post

i've got prom soon. my dates wants me to wear a pink tie. if i absolutely have to what are some good suit, shirt, tie, shoe combinations?

Ignore your date. Wear a pink boutonniere instead. Or a pink shirt. Pink shirts are awesome, as long as you don't get them from any store that rhymes with "Hex dress." The neon pink isn't what you want.

 

If you must wear a pink tie... actually, I'm having a hard time finding a pink tie that I like. http://www.samhober.com/grenadine-grossa-solid-silk-ties/pink-silver-grenadine-silk-tie-25.html This, maybe?

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Originally Posted by Chase H View Post

Ignore your date. Wear a pink boutonniere instead. Or a pink shirt. Pink shirts are awesome, as long as you don't get them from any store that rhymes with "Hex dress." The neon pink isn't what you want.

 

If you must wear a pink tie... actually, I'm having a hard time finding a pink tie that I like. http://www.samhober.com/grenadine-grossa-solid-silk-ties/pink-silver-grenadine-silk-tie-25.html This, maybe?


thanks.

 

i can't think of a pink tie combo that i truly like and is formal enough.

 

if i wore a pink shirt what would you suggest for a tie and suit colour? i find it hard to think of something that is formal enough again.

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Anyone able to identify the year of this Zegna jacket? Is it recent or old stuff. What concerned me is the off white Zegna brand label inside the jacket, which I never seen before.

Sorry if the pic is too big I'm on iPad now don't know how to resize.







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Could these be worn with chinos or jeans? They are a dark burgundy color.

Thank you

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Chinos definitely!
Jeans probably as well if they are a darkish blue, I imagine (not wearing jeans fwiw).
post #19103 of 28581
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Originally Posted by andrewgreg View Post

Anyone able to identify the year of this Zegna jacket? Is it recent or old stuff. What concerned me is the off white Zegna brand label inside the jacket, which I never seen before.
Sorry if the pic is too big I'm on iPad now don't know how to resize. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



i have no idea about dating stuff, or the different zegna tags, but i do have a zegna SC with that same label. bought it from a zegna outlet store this past july, so it cant be too old a tag. even if it was from the previous season, it would only be a year or so old.

i actually wondered if it was a tag specific to the outlet store items, but i have never heard of zegna producing a line specific to the outlet stores they have. maybe someone else knows.

looks like a sweet jacket either way. smile.gif
post #19104 of 28581
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Originally Posted by Spurious View Post

Chinos definitely!
Jeans probably as well if they are a darkish blue, I imagine (not wearing jeans fwiw).

+1

 

chinos will defintely be fine with those. not sure about jeans.

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I made an account on London Lounge days ago, but it hasn't been activated by an administrator and there's no contact info. Does anyone know what I should do?
post #19106 of 28581

Hello,

My question is particular with the Bruno Magli “Raging”.

99% of the pictures that I see on ebay and internet shows that the rubber soles does NOT have “made in Italy”  on it BUT they have the “made in italy” in the insoles inside the shoe

 

How come the pair that just arrived for me from UPS from Nordstrom AND a pair that I saw on an ebay listing does not have it? (I remembered their floor model has that “made in Italy” stamp there)

 

Did I get jipped from Nordstrom?

post #19107 of 28581

Hello,

My question is particular with the Bruno Magli “Raging”.

99% of the pictures that I see on ebay and internet shows that the rubber soles does NOT have “made in Italy”  on it BUT they have the “made in italy” in the insoles inside the shoe

 

How come the pair that just arrived for me from UPS from Nordstrom AND a pair that I saw on an ebay listing does not have it? (I remembered their floor model has that “made in Italy” stamp there)

 

Did I get jipped from Nordstrom?

post #19108 of 28581

Anybody own a Burberry London "technical cotton" (65% poly 35% cotton) trench coat? What is your opinion vs. the gabardine ones?

post #19109 of 28581
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Originally Posted by brodygee View Post


thanks.

 

i can't think of a pink tie combo that i truly like and is formal enough.

 

if i wore a pink shirt what would you suggest for a tie and suit colour? i find it hard to think of something that is formal enough again.

Hrm... I recall at my junior prom a friend of mine wore a medium grey suit with a pink shirt (can't recall the tie -- this was before I was into the whole clothing thing), and he killed it. You can't go wrong with what you originally suggested: navy ties are indescribably awesome, and you'd wear that suit for a very long time. If you did that you could (maybe? I'm not aware of any scripture from the Book of Manton on the subject) still do the matching boutonniere thing.

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Originally Posted by Bartleby Trout View Post

Could these be worn with chinos or jeans? They are a dark burgundy color.
Thank you

They're balmorals, which IIRC means it's technically wrong to do so. Of course, it's entirely possible I recall incorrectly, and even if I don't, it would look absolutely kickass. Screw the rules! You have style! 

post #19110 of 28581
how come you have to apply shoe polish to shoes to keep them from drying out and cracking, but you don't have to do that with suede shoes? then what prevents them from cracking?
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