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post #1036 of 1057
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post


Sometimes it's exactly the same thing..

Hey no disagreement there.

post #1037 of 1057

I'll be on stage with my daughter at her dance school's performance in a few months. The person organizing the show asked all fathers to wear a black suits.

I don't own a black suit and I'm debating whether I should buy some cheap POC that I'll never wear again or spend some money on a quality suit and learn how to wear it.

Suggestions?
 

post #1038 of 1057
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Originally Posted by Worsted Dressed View Post

I'll be on stage with my daughter at her dance school's performance in a few months. The person organizing the show asked all fathers to wear a black suits.

I don't own a black suit and I'm debating whether I should buy some cheap POC that I'll never wear again or spend some money on a quality suit and learn how to wear it.

Suggestions?
 

You'll wear it to funerals too, right?  It seems like every once in a while a black suit is needed so it's worth having one. 

post #1039 of 1057
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I for one hate Navy or Blue suits, I look in the mirror when I put one on and see a poorly dressed bastard.

Maybe you need a better suit.

post #1040 of 1057
Yes, although it isn't classic

Black shark skin slim fit
post #1041 of 1057

A black has an important place in Men's wardrobe, it is a challenging decision either to buy it or not because you can not wear it as ordinary as you can wear navy or charcoal suit, but still a men should purchase atleast once black, simple and debonair suit to wear in formal events.

This is all what I got from searching your answer on google, sources: http://www.atailoredsuit.com/mens-black-suit.html 

post #1042 of 1057
I used to think black was fine for certain things. Then I got a charcoal suit and found it superior in every way, even on occasions where I would normally wear black.
post #1043 of 1057
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Originally Posted by javyn View Post

I used to think black was fine for certain things. Then I got a charcoal suit and found it superior in every way, even on occasions where I would normally wear black.

Charcoal is far more versatile/elegant and also pleasing to the eye.
post #1044 of 1057
Indeed, I always poo-pooed the black suit naysayers and it turns out you guys were 100% right.
post #1045 of 1057
why does tom ford wear a black suit every day then? does he have no other options?
post #1046 of 1057
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post

why does tom ford wear a black suit every day then? does he have no other options?
Tom Ford said in an interview he wears a uniform. He always wears the same thing so it becomes associated with him as a person. He's been wearing a basic black suit and white shirt since the 90s
post #1047 of 1057

Is Tom Ford an authority on black suit wearing?

post #1048 of 1057
none of this is rocket science, a black suit can look extremely striking but you have to be able to carry it off. why else was it the signature garment for raf simons, hedi slimane, yamamoto, etc. whether it's 'acceptable' or not depends on your business.
post #1049 of 1057
The question is if it's appropriate as a business attire. Raf, Hedi, and Yohji's fall more on the fashion/street wear style. In an office setting, I don't think it's ideal unless your office or business deals more on the artsy side (music, film, fashion, or anything like that).
post #1050 of 1057
I've seen bankers wear black suits. Not sure if it was deliberate or out of ignorance though.
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