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post #4516 of 28550
It really depends on the shirt and the sweater. Sometimes they stay tucked, sometimes they don't, but please tuck you shirt into your pants unlike the guy on the right.
post #4517 of 28550
V neck either, Crew neck untucked can look odd cos the curve of the neck and the angles of the collar can just look weird together
post #4518 of 28550
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Is there any place I'd have a snowball's chance in hell of finding a seersucker suit in something close to a size 34?

Rogues Gallery has seer sucker suit seperates in red and blue. The size small fits me like a 36. You could probably buy it and have it altered to fit you like a 34.
post #4519 of 28550
What is more formal (i.e. apropriate for wearing with a city suit) - a full brogue (wingtip) balmoral or a half brogue (Captoe with medallion) balmoral?
post #4520 of 28550
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What is more formal (i.e. apropriate for wearing with a city suit) - a full brogue (wingtip) balmoral or a half brogue (Captoe with medallion) balmoral?

The closer the shoes to plain captoes, the more formal they appear. Hence half brogue is more formal than full brogue.
post #4521 of 28550
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The closer the shoes to plain captoes, the more formal they appear. Hence half brogue is more formal than full brogue.

Thanks!
post #4522 of 28550
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Dark chambray shirt and camel/khaki blazer. Good look, bad look, or meh? (Don't mind the stupid poses)
My opinion--no. Too hipster for me. Then again, I am on the conservative side of things... I am one of those people who would never wear a tie with jeans. I think this is more of an issue with whether or not this kind of look would fit into your personal style.
post #4523 of 28550
28 year college student-Alden Indy 403s or Alden Longwing bluchers? Plus which would be more versatile? I want both but can only get one.
post #4524 of 28550
Hi, I'm crossing over from SW&D in hopes that you guys know something about banded collar button downs? I'm looking for any brands/webshops that might have slim fitting banded collar dress or casual shirts. Or perhaps an online MTM shop that does these? Thanks
post #4525 of 28550
jrd617 that's a great look if you can pull it off, casual and masculine. but then the supermodel bod in the photo could pull anything off
post #4526 of 28550
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28 year college student-Alden Indy 403s or Alden Longwing bluchers? Plus which would be more versatile?
I want both but can only get one.

These are two very different kind of shoes - or to be more precise, one is a boot and one a shoe. For versatility, the longwing would have to win because you can wear it with a suit or with jeans. If you don't wear a suit so much (or at all), the Indys would probably be better especially if you are in a colder climate. If you plan to wear them only casually, you probably don't want to be known as the guy in the wingtips all the time.
post #4527 of 28550
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Originally Posted by porcelain monkey View Post
These are two very different kind of shoes - or to be more precise, one is a boot and one a shoe. For versatility, the longwing would have to win because you can wear it with a suit or with jeans. If you don't wear a suit so much (or at all), the Indys would probably be better especially if you are in a colder climate. If you plan to wear them only casually, you probably don't want to be known as the guy in the wingtips all the time.

I agree with this. I'm 37 and I wear boots much less frequently than wingtips. But as a college student, you should go with the Indys. Much more appropriate with jeans and khakis and all that.
post #4528 of 28550
i just found a black 100% wool zegna suit for about $650 the label read "ermengildo zegna" with a large "Z" behind it what line is this and is this a good find
post #4529 of 28550
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Hi, I'm crossing over from SW&D in hopes that you guys know something about banded collar button downs? I'm looking for any brands/webshops that might have slim fitting banded collar dress or casual shirts. Or perhaps an online MTM shop that does these? Thanks
J. Peterman, and have them tailored?
post #4530 of 28550
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i just found a black 100% wool zegna suit for about $650 the label read "ermengildo zegna" with a large "Z" behind it what line is this and is this a good find

That's a new-model mainline Zegna. $650 is cheap compared to retail, but you could probably do better. More importantly, what do you need a black suit for?
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