- Sep 25, 2012
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You can get EEE in Rain, Forest or Detroit. Only Rain and Forest come RTW and styles are limited, but you could buy to try your fitting. Detroit EEE is not sold online except by MTO.Do you have a high arch? I haven't tried Carmina yet, what last is good for wide feet, and do they do a G or H width?
Missed my size as I opted for the honey suit first. I wish it would come back later.
Bottle green is beautiful, but much more memorable. If it were me, I'd be going for a duller/browner green, like an olive. I think the color would need to be on the dark side if you wanted to really try to push into the traditional meaning of "semi-formal".Preparing for the MTO program. I am in want of a green suit, likely fresco. I am curious what you guys think would be the most versatile shade of green color to be worn semi-formally as well as casually. I thought perhaps something olive would be best, however, also loved the bottle green fresco I saw on their instagram. What are your thoughts?
The LS polos are nice as well.Polos are on sale for $20 each. If you don't already have a bunch, you should. This year's batch are even nicer than last year, too.
I've been watching a lot of golden age films recently. Almost every actor was in peak lapels. Really made me consider them for my next mtm suit.
Agreed. For a suit, unless trying to really stand out, would have to say that bottle green is probably too aggressive. But as a sportcoat with off-white trousers? Phenomenal.Bottle green is beautiful, but much more memorable. If it were me, I'd be going for a duller/browner green, like an olive. I think the color would need to be on the dark side if you wanted to really try to push into the traditional meaning of "semi-formal".