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Ask A Question, Get An Answer... - Post All Quick Questions Here (Classic menswear)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Master-Classter, Sep 28, 2008.

  1. whitelies

    whitelies New Member

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    Please let me know if there is a better topic to ask this as I'm new here...

    I'm looking for a jacket (or alternatively a suit) in a material similar to the ones below. The first one is Zegna, the second Tagliatore, neither brands that I would usually wear but I've gotten obsessed with a pattern like this. I would get either one of these if I found it in my size, but I haven't so I'm looking for other ideas.


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  2. hindi ako

    hindi ako Active Member

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    Any idea as to the most appropriate ways to wear a pair of black brogues? I have a nice pair from Sanders and Sanders, but am in need of some tips as to colours/suits and occasions to wear them with.

    Any ideas appreciated. Thank you!
     
  3. Apollotrader

    Apollotrader Well-Known Member

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    Go look at a great online store like Axels of Aspen, look for shoes similar to yours...
     
  4. acwiz

    acwiz New Member

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    I tend to wear them at the office with a crisp white shirt, charcoal flannel suit and a burgundy tie. It's boring but does the job at the office...Navy suit, light blue shirt and madder tie is another choice.

    I find my black McAllisters' to not be super versatile but great for the office, especially in Canada (i.e. North America) where they are kind of seen as a quintessential business shoe.
     
  5. Churchill W

    Churchill W Well-Known Member

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    Where is discussion regarding the new forum platform being discussed?
     
  6. flvinny521

    flvinny521 Well-Known Member

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  7. yunBW

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    I'm a college student and I really like the look of cardigan with tie (really want to use my fun ties), but I'm debating whether I should get shawl collar cardigan or Cardigan for versatility? Any color recommendations? I'm thinking of cream, grey and beige or burgundy.
     
  8. mactire

    mactire Well-Known Member

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    For those watching Designated Survivor episode 17, 'The Ninth Seat', the Abe Leonard reporter character wears a rather boring tie I'm fond of, blue motifs on a brown background. Anyone know its origin?

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