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

  1. pascoa341

    pascoa341 Member

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    Thanks for the answer. The whole wedding will be a bit over the top and people were recommended to dress up boldly, so no real worries of upsetting the bride (lord knows what she may wear :). I understand that it's a bit difficult to find matching shirts and ties, but was hoping there would be at least some variation possible. Good to know this may be difficult though.
     


  2. Ich_Dien

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    Yes. However, if you're worried then the look might not be for you.
     


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    No problem. That would be a fun wedding! As long as everyones doing it, it will be a great event! Its going to be hard on the internet. It might be something where you get the suit with the style they have online and then take it to the store and compare. And see what works.
     


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    Also looking at it more. You could probably do a pink shirt blue tie. Or blue shirt pink tie. You just have to find the right shades.
     


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    What the heck kind of dress code is "White attire is encouraged for this event." White attire?
     


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    Set yourself apart from all the Col. Sanders wannabes, and wear your Imperial Stormtrooper armor.
     


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    Because there are different grades of wool (and kid mohair is just a kind of wool), the relative percentages of wool to kid mohair don't tell you anything about the quality. Both Ikea and high-end furniture designers sell "solid wood" furniture, but the former is definitely lower grade.
     


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    Does anyone know what to call the color/texture on this sportcoat? Is this an example of donegal?


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  13. dah328

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    It's a classic sport coat if that's what you're looking for.
     


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    :slayer::slayer::slayer::slayer::slayer:
     


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    Good options for a blue linen sportcoat under 500 bucks preferably with wider or natural shoulders?
     


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