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post #31 of 34
Well, maybe I'll give them another chance when I start getting year-end bonuses and a job. They do have a made-to-measure program, too.
post #32 of 34
Unless I were wearing silk knots, I would not wear french-cuff shirts on a flight - too much of a hassle to take cufflinks in and out for security. Other than that, I'm sure you and your girlfriend will look very sharp. Maybe a little Eurotrash, but if that's your look then go for it.
post #33 of 34
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Unless I were wearing silk knots, I would not wear french-cuff shirts on a flight - too much of a hassle to take cufflinks in and out for security. Other than that, I'm sure you and your girlfriend will look very sharp. Maybe a little Eurotrash, but if that's your look then go for it.
The good news is that you do not have to take the links out. I travel a fair amount for work and often wear cuff-links. (I also pass through courthouse metal detectors with them.) I have never had to remove them. It would be interesting to hear other's experiences.
post #34 of 34
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Unless I were wearing silk knots, I would not wear french-cuff shirts on a flight - too much of a hassle to take cufflinks in and out for security. Other than that, I'm sure you and your girlfriend will look very sharp. Maybe a little Eurotrash, but if that's your look then go for it.
sterling doesn't ring the bell at security, either.
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