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Recent content by tcmquincy

  1. tcmquincy

    Getting a Perfect Presidential Fold? (pocket square)

    I love pocket squares. I won't wear a suit without one. I only personally wear two folds 99.9% of the time: The presidential and the puff. While I have worn both many times I still have a hard time getting a perfect presidential fold that looks crisp with a straight edge, that fits perfectly in...
  2. tcmquincy

    Remove polyester lining from trousers?

    I'm not sure what the pockets are ill have to check. I imagine though that if any significant amount of the polyester is removed that it would be much more breathable, even if the pockets were still there. but thats just my guess. Thank you both very much for the replies
  3. tcmquincy

    Remove polyester lining from trousers?

    Since I started my desk job I have been getting terribly hot, sweaty, and smelly (in the legs/crotch) on days I wear polyester trousers or trousers with polyester linings. I know this is the issue because the same never happens when I wear cotton jeans/chinos. Can I remove the polyester lining...
  4. tcmquincy

    Dress shirt & chest hair

    thank you for the advice bro.
  5. tcmquincy

    Dress shirt & chest hair

    I feel you and agree. I would not call my shirts tight but when I move they do "pop open" once in a while. I usually fix it quickly because I know some people have an issue with chest hair lol.
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    Dress shirt & chest hair

    lmaoooooooo
  7. tcmquincy

    Dress shirt & chest hair

    I think that generally, with a suit jacket & no tie, having two buttons undone on your dress shirt looks better than just one. However, I am a man with a pretty hairy chest and I know some people would not want to see that; especially in a work environment. I definitely do not want to get...
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    Sport Coats and Jeans

    Add a pocket square and uncuff the jeans and I would give it a 10/10
  9. tcmquincy

    Sport Coats and Jeans

    I like everything besides how HIGH those jeans are
  10. tcmquincy

    Sport Coats and Jeans

    Looks awesome IMO. Great sports jacket too. Why no pocket square tho?
  11. tcmquincy

    Sport Coats and Jeans

    Thoughts? I love this outfit
  12. tcmquincy

    Maroon/Burgundy Suits?

    I can see why you think that mate. But This would be my 4th suit (and I have maybe 7-8 sports coats). Im wearing one in my pic! I have a dark charcoal one, a light grey suit, and a navy suit with a very subtle check pattern. I would just love a maroon one, even if I only wore it once a year. Any...
  13. tcmquincy

    Maroon/Burgundy Suits?

    My school color is maroon and I would love a maroon suit, however I have had an extremely hard time finding one. What are y'alls thoughts on a maroon suit (or maybe just a sports coat) and do you know of anywhere to buy a decent one? Thanks!
  14. tcmquincy

    Sport Coats and Jeans

    Or is your point that a "lighter black" is better than a "darker black"?
  15. tcmquincy

    Sport Coats and Jeans

    I appreciate the advice. Don't mean to be rude, but would your "yes" picture be more of a grey than a black? More info would be appreciated :)

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