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Looking for some practical advice. When I suit up, I'm a pant cuffs guy.
However, over here in Europe I rarely see cuffs these days. My tailor even told me they are old fashioned last time I saw her. She's competent but probably not at the apex of what's up to date I have to say.
I recently have had the liking of shirts with contrasting patterns (floral, pasley, ect) on the inside of the collars and cuffs for dress shirts. Brands I have been purchasing include English Laundry, and Bugatchai, and Burberry. I wear these to work with a tie and the cuffs buttoned so they do...
Does anyone have any info on whether or not it is possible, methods, etc?
I have a vintage jacket in near perfect condition except that the ribbed elastic portions are stretched out. Wondering if heat or some other approach can be used..
Just noticed that I have a little pull right next to my cuff on a jacket. I am wearing it all day today... how do I fix this? Should I cut it (I am guessing no)? How do I work it back into the jacket, if at all?
There is constant debate on here about cuffing/not cuffing, but also with respect to the size of cuffs. Some of the shortest members here wear 2" cuffs; some tall people wear none. With that in mind, is there a standard way to figure out cuff size based on inseam? Do you have a particular...
So I finally got my first nice dress watch, and I've discovered that it won't fit under the cuffs of 90% of my dress shirts. I guess the question is...is it even supposed to go under the cuff and does it look bad if the cuff is just up against it?