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Printemps, at least in Paris at the grands magasins, carries Drake's for about 60-100 euros, depending on the sale price. I know that it is a bit over your price range, but it is well worth it.

Merci,

 

I found a better place online : Malfordoflondon there's a lot of good deals out there!!!!!

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Should I wear this belt with my business suit?



No.....!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hi!

 

Anyone knowfs of a place to get good, not too pricey leather glover in Manhattan? Preferably lower Manhattan/around SoHo area.

 

Thanks!

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Check Century 21.
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Hi!

 

Anyone knowfs of a place to get good, not too pricey leather glover in Manhattan? Preferably lower Manhattan/around SoHo area.

 

Thanks!

Check out the Barney's Warehouse store (255 W 17th St,); North of SOHO but still realatively close.

 

Or Ralph Lauren on prince st.

Although if you really want to get fancy with gloves, check out Chester Jefferies online, a UK dealer (http://www.chesterjefferies.co.uk/Scripts/default.asp) who does made to order gloves for as low as $50 plus $7 shipping. 

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Is it ok to wear brown shoes to a job interview?  I just got out of a university class regarding professionalism in the workplace.  The professor said to always wear black shoes to a job interview.  I have always heard that black or a conservative brown was acceptable.  What's the right answer?

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Considering a made to measure full linen chambray or dark grey small herringbone suit for the summer from Luxire. Three-roll-two button, standard lapel width, forward pleated pants. Standard pockets. What would be more versatile, chambray or the herringbone? Would a full chambray suit (brown/white, navy/white, grey/white) even be wearable, or should I go for the herringbone?
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Looking for a place in Manhattan that will hand roll some great silk into a PS. Thanks
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Is it ok to wear brown shoes to a job interview?  I just got out of a university class regarding professionalism in the workplace.  The professor said to always wear black shoes to a job interview.  I have always heard that black or a conservative brown was acceptable.  What's the right answer?

Black. Brown would be perfectly fine with a great deal of interviewers, but you don't want to risk it. Black is more conservative, and nobody could ever fault you for a pair of conservative black shoes.
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Looking for a place in Manhattan that will hand roll some great silk into a PS. Thanks

Contact this guy (http://www.etsy.com/people/metroretroapparel?ref=ls_profile). He may do it for you.

 

Or send out the fabric to Gshen (http://www.styleforum.net/t/162958/more-added-13-3-homemade-handrolled-pocket-squares-in-exciting-fabrics/0_30)

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Considering a made to measure full linen chambray or dark grey small herringbone suit for the summer from Luxire. Three-roll-two button, standard lapel width, forward pleated pants. Standard pockets. What would be more versatile, chambray or the herringbone? Would a full chambray suit (brown/white, navy/white, grey/white) even be wearable, or should I go for the herringbone?

1. Is the herringbone linen as well (i got confused because their was never a material specified for the herringbone, just the pattern)? 

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That's in linen as well, yes.
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Go for the herringbone; it will be more versatile.

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Where can I find men's underwear (trunks) in size XS for a 27" waist?
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EDITED -- Nevermind.


Edited by AndrewST - 2/9/13 at 11:09am
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