MTM dark gray 3-piece; one button & peak lapels, DB lapelless vest. Black AE Park Aves, black and silver Prince of Wales tie. Small white rose in the buttonhole. Groomsmen and ushers in dark suits with wedding ties, black shoes, and small dark pink rose boutonnieres.
Jacket: button when standing and unbutton when sitting, or lean more toward unbuttoned since it's a 3-piece?
Glasses: gray rimless titanium or tortoiseshell acetate?
Vest: pocketwatch on a chain or skip it?
It may be just the way it's hanging. I'll take a look at it again.
Congrats on your wedding! I'd definitely go with the pocket watch, especially if it has sentimental meaning to you. I also vote for the tortoiseshell glasses . Regarding buttoning, that's a tough call. I'd unbutton when sitting, but when standing - hmmm...
I recently bought a pair of boots in a tan/light brown grainy leather. I wanted something a little more chocolatey in color but I couldnt find the shoe I wanted so I have these now. What is the best way to darken them? To what extent is using darker shoe polish on them (dark brown or cherry or even black) to darken them with time useful? Has anyone done this? What are the results? Thanks
Anyone have any thoughts on where these [dog pants] might be appropriate other than the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show? Even there?
Sure, on halloween.
I never liked these kind of 'decal' trousers, Ralph Lauren has similar ones, they attract too much attention to the legs; if you wear them for something other than house painting, treat them like Spiderman underwear and never let female eyes gaze upon them, lest your genetic code die out this generation . . .