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  1. gyasih

    gyasih Senior member

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    Does AE offer same recraft services on seconds?
     


  2. viator

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    Does AE offer same recraft services on seconds?
    Yep. They are recrafting a pair for me right now.
     


  3. viator

    viator Senior member

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    Has anyone made their own tie?
    Tiecrafters can do this for you.
     


  4. onix

    onix Senior member

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    I found some second hand shoes on the internet but am not sure if it is shell or not, it's in the burgundy color.

    Did Allen Edmonds have a Shell #8 with brogue/blucher/captoe? They don't seem to now, but I thought maybe they did in the past.


    Can't tell without picture. You can post a picture of the crease.
     


  5. Johdus Fanfoozal

    Johdus Fanfoozal Senior member

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    Any tips on how to get the smell of sunscreen off clothes?

    I have a few casual shirts that smell of Coppertone from a recent Carribean trip. I've laundered them with regular detergent, but it didn't do much.
     


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    lovelux2010 Senior member

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    can anyone tell me what is the most elegant type of cuff to have with spread collar shirts. i think french cuffs appropriate, but would button cuffs look good?

    thanks.>!
     


  7. stant62

    stant62 Senior member

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    French cuffs are most elegant but I think the mitered button cuff is handsome as well (I prefer button cuffs)

    can anyone tell me what is the most elegant type of cuff to have with spread collar shirts. i think french cuffs appropriate, but would button cuffs look good?

    thanks.>!
     


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    munchausen Senior member

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    For a professional job interview (associate attorney position), all other things being equal, would you wear a pinstriped or solid suit?
     


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    TRA8324 Senior member

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    I bought a "british khaki" linen suit. I'm trying to decide what to wear with it...

    I'm thinking medium/light blue gingham shirt, navy knit tie, and white bucks. Would this look good?
     


  10. lovelux2010

    lovelux2010 Senior member

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    French cuffs are most elegant but I think the mitered button cuff is handsome as well (I prefer button cuffs)

    thanks. do you think a buttoned cuff should be mitered fro spread collar, or could single button cuffs work?
     


  11. NOBD

    NOBD Senior member

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    thanks. do you think a buttoned cuff should be mitered fro spread collar, or could single button cuffs work?

    Single buttons are fine. (What is mitered, btw?)
     


  12. lovelux2010

    lovelux2010 Senior member

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    Single buttons are fine. (What is mitered, btw?)

    ok cool
    i had not heard the term mitered, but if you search "mitered cuff" it does come up with results
     


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    What makes a collar fold and fall down just over the button.
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    You can see this shirt is almost doing it, but i have some older shirts that are horrible for this.
    I need to keep a tie knot very tight and the tie up high to keep the collar from dropping.

    Anyway to fix or know what causes it?
     


  14. NOBD

    NOBD Senior member

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    ok cool
    i had not heard the term mitered, but if you search "mitered cuff" it does come up with results


    Ah, I see. I prefer rounded cuffs.
     


  15. officeboy

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    ok cool
    i had not heard the term mitered, but if you search "mitered cuff" it does come up with results


    Since I was right there...
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