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Mirror Shine Class in Toronto (with starter kit)
If you want to be a part of next year's shoe revitalization challenge, here's your chance to learn how to achieve a mirror gloss on your shoes!
Or if you just want your shoes to be protected and looking great all through the winter, this...
I think it would be nicer to be with a woman who appreciates your style, and doesn't try to change it. She did start dating you and how you dress may have had a part in that. So why would she try to change that. Sounds a bit controlling. Hope you find happiness!
I prefer the grey suit. The lapels are thicker and I think that suits you well. I like the fit in the shoulders. And I like that the grey has an earthy undertone. I think it'll look better in photos too.
The navy suit looks like it's thick to me. It's nice and fits well, but I think you''ll...
No problem. If you open it and hold close together at the point where it doesn't have the x, is the general amount you'd want to let it out.
I'm doing the same with one of my suits right now. Some people like the tight look, but if you're having photos taken in the suit, it's nice if it sits...
I agree. It's much too cold for that jacket in the winter in Montreal. Looking like you're trying g yo be stylish when the wind is blowing in your face at 40 kmh is not a stylish look. There are lots of great Canadian outerwear designers. Have fun looking them up and picking something that fits...
I've started wearing suits to work this year and need advice on how to wear them during rainy weather/fall season.
I currently just use an umbrella, but as it gets colder, what's your advice? Do I get a trench? How about in the winter?
The function I like from surgeon cuffs is when wearing a shirt with forward link french cuffs. It helps to show off your cufflinks the most this way. This style works for some, I prefer discretion. But that could be a function of the surgeon's cuff.
I'm relatively new to the fashion industry. I've worked in hospitality, charity, and plethora of other jobs before flittering down in a custom suit shop in Toronto.
I'm here to learn more, improve my style, show-off from time to time, and ask for advice.
I look forward to...