Can anyone help ID Ryan Gosling's suit that he wore Wednesday night on Kimmel?
According to the weather, it wasn't supposed to start snowing until midnight so I wore my leather shoes to work. However, it's coming down heavy outside and I have leather shoes on. I have a 1 minute walk from my office to the parking garage, and after I get to my townhome, a 1 minute walk from my car to my front door. I'm wondering how I should handle this situation.
1. Just walk in the snow with your shoes, it's not a big deal if it's only 2-5 minutes. Just make sure to clean them when you get home.
2. Take off your shoes and walk to your car and home in your socks. Better to replace a pair of socks than a pair of shoes.
What should I do?
I am currently looking for my first pair of 'decent' shoes. I'm after brogues, in a 'Dark Leaf' colour, or something relatively similar. I was at first looking at Loake 1880's, the Ashby in particular, tried it on and fit an 8.5 in G fitting (I know that isn't Dark Leaf colour). Since then, I've been looking at Cheaney shoes, and was wondering about quality etc comparatively. I have seen some Cheaney Avon country brogues in a drak tan and can get them for £225, is this a good price? The RRP is £295. I can't try any Cheaney on as nobody stocks them nearby. I live in Liverpool in the UK. For a similar price (sub £250) what could I get? Can anyone tell me about how Cheaney fit? Any links to anything for me to consider would be appreciated. Other colours, fits etc would be fine too, I'm just after some food for thought really.
I don't think I have any distilled vinegar at home so I'll probably just have to clean them with a cloth and hope for the best..
I'll probably wax them later on tonight as well as I have some other shoes I need to clean.
They do always salt the front entrance area in front of my work, plus the townhome complex salts the sidewalks and walkways.
I picked up a brooks brothers golden fleece suit on ebay and was wondering if anyone could help with the age and anything else they might know
It has this logo.
It has an ACTWU tag as well so that puts it between 1976 and 1995
It is also a size 44ML which i read they don't make anymore but I am not sure when they stopped that.
Here is a picture of the interior of the suit jacket
Thank you Michael for your precious help.
Of course I feel free if it was 5.45PM and I'm wearing a velvet blazer. But I see a model wearing a velvet suit under dazzling sunlight on SuitSupply website (now it is replaced by other pics). I also saw a man wearing a velvet blazer when he went for lunch yesterday and I didn't find him attractive (maybe partly because of a black velvet he wore - blacl looks lifelessly under sunlight, it's right?)
And the most important thing is, if someone wore a dark navy/green velvet blazer/suit under in daytime, would he look ridiculously?
P/s: If my firm has no dress code, since it's a casual - working environment, can I wear my navy corduroy blazer to work unfalteringly?
I saw the a nice camel hair coat with similar texture on Billy Reid webpage. Not sure whether it still is available.