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post #20251 of 28659
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Originally Posted by eddiecibrian View Post

can i wear a suitjacket as a blazer to pair with jeans?

I would never do that.

post #20252 of 28659
Quote:
Originally Posted by eddiecibrian View Post

can i wear a suitjacket as a blazer to pair with jeans?

No.
post #20253 of 28659

Hello,

 

Two part question. I was looking at purchasing some Grenson 0006-01, and was wondering if anyone had any experience with this brand/shoe and their thoughts or if they had possible recommendations of similar shoes. 

Secondly, sizing. Since I would be ordering from overseas and do not readily have a place to try this brand on does anyone know how the sizing compares to Allen Edmonds (5-65 Last 11) or Alden (trubalance last 10.5). 

Feel free to message me any input. Thanks again.

post #20254 of 28659
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Originally Posted by eddiecibrian View Post

can i wear a suitjacket as a blazer to pair with jeans?


I will occasionally do this when flying- then you can ask the attendant to hang your suit jacket so it won't wrinkle in a small bag. 

post #20255 of 28659
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Originally Posted by tubby34 View Post

Ill have to be in the minority I guess...

Just wear the pastel bowtie, she might have picked it out to match her own attire for the night.

All of the posters above me are looking at it as a control issue, it's simply a relationship one and a silly one at that.

Ask her why she wants you in that particular bowtie, if its a good enough reason then consent. If its not, tell her you don't like it.

You can't have a happy relationship without knowing which battles to pick... This isn't one of them.

You are a wise man. Agree with what you write.
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post #20257 of 28659

aside the shoddy tie knot I quickly threw on to try this combination out before training today, is this tie ok with the suit material? or are they ugly together?

 

tie is browns and beiges, but quite washed out tones. and it's tweed. the suit material is very smooth, almost felt-like. 

 

post #20258 of 28659
Why is it that men often toss their tie over their shoulder when using the facilities? If your tie is too long that it would block your stream, let that serve as a rude reminder to re-tie your tie.
post #20259 of 28659
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Originally Posted by ellsbebc View Post

Why is it that men often toss their tie over their shoulder when using the facilities? If your tie is too long that it would block your stream, let that serve as a rude reminder to re-tie your tie.

Splatter

post #20260 of 28659
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Originally Posted by msulinski View Post

Splatter
Was going to say the same.
post #20261 of 28659
^ This. When it happens once, you start throwing your tie over your shoulder. And there is even more splatter awaiting you at the sink.
post #20262 of 28659
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Originally Posted by FlaneurNYC View Post

^ This. When it happens once, you start throwing your tie over your shoulder. And there is even more splatter awaiting you at the sink.

+1.
post #20263 of 28659
Point taken, go buy a proper blazer, then wear it with jeans tongue.gif
post #20264 of 28659
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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post

Was going to say the same.
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Originally Posted by msulinski View Post

Splatter
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Originally Posted by FlaneurNYC View Post

^ This. When it happens once, you start throwing your tie over your shoulder. And there is even more splatter awaiting you at the sink.

I have experienced the sink splatter, but never the piss. Am I to drop my trousers in order to avoid splatter on those?

I do contort my body in a way to avoid the unfortunate event of water soaking my pants when washing hands.
post #20265 of 28659
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Originally Posted by ellsbebc View Post

Am I to drop my trousers in order to avoid splatter on those?

You could just try sitting down.


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