Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Master-Classter, Sep 28, 2008.
It's a gift.......what can I say?
Well if he lasts he will at least know he is valued as a good employee.
I'm starting to amass a formidable little collection of dress pants after joining these here forums. Stuff from Howard Yount, Epaulet, Billy Reid, etc. Do any of you guys store your dress pants folded? Or does everyone pretty much use the bar on a nice hanger? I have trouble using the hanger bars since I get a lot of my pants tapered and they don't line up quite right as if they were new. What about the clamp style from Ikea? Is there a true right or wrong way?
Get drunk, hit on the boss' secretary, sing karaoke to "Fight for Your Right to Party," then file for unemployment.
I'm looking at this suit on Ebay for summer wear. The measurements are good but I'm a bit concerned about whether the color would limit its versatility. I was originally looking for a navy suit but thought this could be close enough, especially for the price. Any thoughts or advice is appreciated.
Does anyone know who makes the Ralph Lauren Hayward suede driver loafer?
I wasn't really feeling it until I read this:
Funny guys. Specifically looking for bifolds though, but that one you linked looks like something I could use. Just wish they had more pictures up.
work with a white shirt underneath and beeswax Clark's? Those aren't the actual chinos I'd wear, but they're the same color and do look similar lol.
Should I wear a brown belt that matches my shoes even if I'd be wearing a brown belt on grey chinos? Doesn't that look weird?
If my sweater goes over my belt, should I tuck it in?
Two Pairs of Edward Green Made for Ralph Lauren shoes...
Would Like some input on which ones everyone thinks I should spend my Money on?
I love that first pair. The monks are cool, but I really like the first pair a lot. Super clean lines.
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Depend on what shoes you have. The first one is a bit more staple. Can't go wrong with either.
UGGHH. I started liking the laces.
Now I like the Monks.
Why does everyone like the laces?
Thanks. I would prefer it darker, too, but, as I already have a kinda nice pair of dark brown suede shoes and the price of these is right...
P.D. Forgive my "manual" quoting.
Achilles_ said: "I would get something darker brown."
What do you think of these shoes for fall/winter. The rubber heel is fine with me for the rainy weather I have here but I wonder about the color for those seasons.
I work at an office where men wear chinos/nice jeans/corduroys. My pants include tan/cream, olive and navy moleskins, medium grey flannels and sometimes medium dark jeans.
Thanks to all.
The answer is simple, both...
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