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post #6811 of 29352
Can't imagine I'll get much help but can anybody ID this guy? I see him in menswear catalogs and ads all the time.
post #6812 of 29352
What's the general opinion on Alfred Sargent footwear, namely the Country range?
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I'm a pretty fashion forward guy but I bought this navy blue Burberry trench and nothing I try seems to go! The trench itself is short length and really dark navy, I want to wear it kinda business casual like with some slacks and button up....etc.... Could even go with a suit. Could you give me some slack/shirt/cardigan combos as well as suit/shirt combos?

BTW I'm not a skinny guy but I'm not enormous either : 6'1, 190 lbs, shirt size: L


Thanks guys in advance .
post #6814 of 29352
Hi there, does anyone know what kind of jacket this guy is wearing? Does anyone recognise a designer? Thanks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYo-5LFDI8k
post #6815 of 29352
Is there such a thing as a "3 roll 1" suit/blazer? I just saw a J Press blazer at the local thrift store that was 3 button, but the 2 top buttons were on the underside of the roll, making it essentially look like a 1-button jacket. Anyone ever seen this before? Also, it was 100% wool, but the wool looked and felt "fuzzier" than regular wool. What is the name for this?
post #6816 of 29352
Brushed wool.
post #6817 of 29352
What Creed fragrance is always being sprayed at Bergdorfs, and introduced as "their best selling fragrance"
post #6818 of 29352
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Originally Posted by ewc View Post
So I thought I'd get a suit made up on a recent trip to Hong Kong late last year. I walked into the store, armed with most of the basics this forum dishes out to newbies. I opened my mouth to speak to the guy, and...the next thing I knew, I was back in my hotel room with a suit bag hanging in the closet. Supposedly, ten days had passed. And, supposedly, a couple of fittings as well.

How did I do? Besides the jacket sleeves, I can't help but shake the feeling it's a little too boxy. Maybe something about the quarters being too closed?



Would appreciate some comments before I took it to the tailors about those sleeves.

It could probably do with a wee bit of waist suppression. Sleeves can be taken in by .5". Quarters are also too closed but a good tailor can fix that.

In the future, your shoulders could probably extend out .25" each way to give the jacket more shape. Also see if they can do a bit more structure in the shoulders too.

Who was the tailor?
post #6819 of 29352
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Originally Posted by corona951 View Post
I'm a pretty fashion forward guy but I bought this navy blue Burberry trench and nothing I try seems to go! The trench itself is short length and really dark navy, I want to wear it kinda business casual like with some slacks and button up....etc.... Could even go with a suit. Could you give me some slack/shirt/cardigan combos as well as suit/shirt combos?

BTW I'm not a skinny guy but I'm not enormous either : 6'1, 190 lbs, shirt size: L

Thanks guys in advance .

Navy is a neutral so it should go with everything. The problem is that it looks too dark so what you need are lighter colors to really make it pop.

I suggest a fire engine red V neck, white shirt with khaki chinos. Either that or try a pastel yellow or lime green V neck. No dark colors (e.g. forest green, burgundy, black).

If you're wearing a suit, then definitely mid grey. Actually, only mid grey.
post #6820 of 29352
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Originally Posted by onix View Post
Quarters too closed. Buttoning point is a bit high. Boxiness or not is really subjective, on average it's fine. There is a slight break under the elbow of the left arm, is it always there?
Not too bad, I would adjust the left pitch a little as well, unless you are extending the arm a little unintentionally. I would consider reducing the pant leg a bit, it seems that it folds a bit too much at the back. I would also adjust the shoulder pads a bit, take in the waist of the coat, and shorten the sleeves.
post #6821 of 29352
Looking for suggestions for a business-casual lightweight coat for spring/fall. Typical work outfit is a button-down dress shirt + medium gray slacks. Should I just go with black/charcoal? Other ideas? Under $150 please preferrably under $100.
post #6822 of 29352
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Originally Posted by BOJANGLES1594 View Post
Hi im in highschool and looking for a simple concert dress clothes i got the shirt and pants picked out im just not sure what kind of tie, shoes, belt, and socks i should wear.
this is what i have so far...


Brown shoes, brown belt. Perhaps a desert boot or chukka. Any tie should be slim and dark, but if that shirt does not button fairly snugly around your neck, do not wear a tie.
post #6823 of 29352
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Originally Posted by milkisgood View Post
What is a good shirt color for a dark grey pinstripe suit? This will be worn as business professional for interviews or similar events.
Don't get tricky for an interview outfit. White or light blue, no stripe or pattern. There is a reason these are wardrobe basics.
post #6824 of 29352
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Originally Posted by porcelain monkey View Post
Brown shoes, brown belt. Perhaps a desert boot or chukka. Any tie should be slim and dark, but if that shirt does not button fairly snugly around your neck, do not wear a tie.

Bag the tie unless it is a requirement.
post #6825 of 29352
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Originally Posted by BOJANGLES1594 View Post
yes it is a requirement to have a tie would a solid black one be ok? also i looked up the chukka boots and didnt really like them would these be ok?....

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Well i don't think black tie will be good with brown belt and shoes,i'm not a tie expert but i think solid dark navy or dark purple will work.Regarding the shoes,no I wouldn't wear those,you are looking for classic clothes in skating/streetwear clothes brands,that won't work,just MHO.
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