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Does anyone know where I can buy a floppy hat for cheap like Mr. Rabensteiner here? I want to wear a hat like this if I get caught in the blazing sun. Thanks in advance.
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Does anyone know where I can get the exact hardware that Ambrosi uses for their side adjusters (i.e. the metal adjuster component)? sideadjuster.jpg 23k .jpg file

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Hello,

 

I have the following shirt in a navy/blue check pattern: http://www.josbank.com/menswear/shop/Product_11001_10050_229048

 

Can I wear the above shirt with a navy/red striped tie under a charcoal sweater vest with khakis?  I also have a gold tie with small white diamonds, would that tie work as well?

 

Thanks,

gmu85

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Hello,

 

I have the following shirt in a navy/blue check pattern: http://www.josbank.com/menswear/shop/Product_11001_10050_229048

 

Can I wear the above shirt with a navy/red striped tie under a charcoal sweater vest with khakis?  I also have a gold tie with small white diamonds, would that tie work as well?

 

Thanks,

gmu85


Either would work, though I would probably prefer the red/blue, since I'm not usually one for gold ties (love it as an accent though). But the first really sounds like a great combination.
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Was also wondering about this... what pants do people like for casual wear outside of jeans? I feel odd wearing my grey dress pants out to bars/etc.
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Cords, Moleskin, Poplin, Linen, Wool... You can find solid casual pants in all of those materials, though bear in mind that the more casual you try and get the closer you'll inevitably get to chinos.

Don't know what you have against chinos. A well fitting pair is great.

That said, 5 pocket cords are a great option in cooler weather, and I've been wearing linen quite a bit lately. That whole summer thing and all, and they've been quite wonderful. If you get yourself down to your old navy, there might be a few clearance pairs of a line they had this spring- a white 100% linen and a 55/45 light brown. They're obviously not the highest quality, but the fit is nice and so is the price.

I'm just not sure what you have against a huge category of pants made from cotton twill. If there's something you hate about chinos, odds are it's not applicable to the entire category.
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where can i get a good navy blazer?? looking for wool, less than 300 if possible

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where can i get a good navy blazer?? looking for wool, less than 300 if possible


B&S.
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No clue what B&S is
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No clue what B&S is

The Buying and Selling sub-forum.

Also consider Anderson Little's Blazer. http://andersonlittle.com/ It's a blend, but a very good one, and a great price.
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anybody have a code for CT shirts at $39?
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I want to buy a slim fitting dress shirt to wear to a wedding in size 0/XS. Can anyone point me in the right direction as to what labels/websites would stock them? I was looking at this http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=1052&Product_Id=1437023&Sub_Product_Id=1437032&default_color=Blue#null but read somewhere else that they do not fit that slim? Also it is a button down - would I end up in mens clothing jail if I wore it with a suit and tie? Thanks for your help..

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I would like to buu a qualitu slim fit pair of.navy blue.trousers, I had a pair from uniqlo but they shrank alil too much and now the.rise on the leg is too high for my liking. Im in the market for another pair, was looking at bonobos but was wondering.other.places to look. I would like to keep them around the bonobos price range which I believe is around the 150s. Sorry about all the.periods, stupid touchscreen phone.
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What's a good pair of SF-approved sneakers that will be comfortable for lots of walking? I have a pair of Chucks, but with zero arch support, they hurt my feet after a while.
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