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post #91 of 97
You're a businessman, an entrepreneur perhaps? As an enterpreneur, the haircut probably is okay. You do have a mature face, and if the temples have receded, a short haircut might look worse. But consider that females who compliment your hair style wouldn't be doing so if you were an overweight guy with a homely face.

To answer the pocket square question, it would make you look even older, which probably would be bad socially.

Lastly, the belt pulls the look together nicely.
post #92 of 97
Much better, yes. I will advocate the pocketsquare, however. Get a few basics from Kent Wang; they're not too expensive and if you decide you really will never wear them, put them in the B&S at $5.00 off.
post #93 of 97
Personally, I wouldn't put a pocket hanky with tweed. For that matter, I think I'd save the hankies for suits and not sportcoats. But that is a personal preference.

Slimmer tie would be better, for sure.

Nice jacket - arm length looks spot-on.

Have you thought about a hair restyle? Maybe the classic 1930s/40s European look of long hair on top and shorter on back and sides, pushed back (I know I didn't describe that well, sorry!). Your hair colour is nice and if it is lighter the longer it gets, the contrast you get with the shorter sides looks cool.

Shave!
post #94 of 97
you'd look better with short dark hair. not sure the long dyed blonde is a good look in 2008
post #95 of 97
So much better! A couple thoughts: Since you have blue eyes, light blue shirts will work great for you. Stick with them. If you do wear a white shirt have some light blue in your tie and/or pocket square. Since you are slim I'd recommend getting a slimmer-fit in your jacket/blazer. (The one pictured is 'boxy' and unflattering.) RL Black Label jackets fit slim, will likely be available on sale soon and are definitely worth checking out.
post #96 of 97
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Originally Posted by coogie View Post
you'd look better with short dark hair. not sure the long dyed blonde is a good look in 2008

I don't believe it's dyed- thought he said that it was natural.

Anyway- enough on the hair.

This combo is a nice step in the right direction. Especially if you are felling comfirtable "in your skin".
post #97 of 97
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