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formal wear

  1. Gentlemens's Era

    Red Medallion Pocket Square | Men's Vintage Style Handkerchief

    A silky smooth red pocket square with a vintage medallion pattern! Dimensions: 32 cm X 32 cm (12.6 in) Pocket Square: https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/847798328/red-medallion-pocket-square-mens-vintage?ref=shop_home_active_46 Other Accessories...
  2. deepgreen

    I need advice

    Hello! I am a 23yo guy living in Vienna, Austria and i could really use some advice. For years i have been dressed in a very casual "skater" style. It is comfortable, turns few heads and is very normal among my peers. This has definitely molded peoples image of me and also the one I have of...
  3. phsiao08

    FS: *mint* Suitsupply Manhattan Navy Tuxedo 38R

    Hello all - Up for your consideration is a worn-once Manhattan Tuxedo from Suitsupply. Features - Shawl Collar - Natural Shoulder - Jetted Pockets - Single Breasted - comes with original bag - bonus Berg & Berg matching navy bowtie - Guaranteed to wow at your next formal event - Virtually...
  4. eamo

    The tux with or without waist covering question..

    So SuitSupply sold me a nice-for-the-price tux for my wedding. My father in law got the same one. We got all the bells and whistles and I was happy enough to hear them say they don't do waistcoats or cummerbunds because I've personally never really liked that look - to me, and I know nothing...

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