The kind of things that purists would burn you alive for. An example would be preferring quartz watches to a mechanical movements. My own ungodly preferences: toggle-back cufflinks: I know... boo to me! I'm sorry but I never pick up my non-toggle cufflinks in the morning. I despise the bastards. THey take forever to put on, especially after a short night of sleep. I know I'm wrong... but I just prefer an easy toggle-back cufflink any day cotton socks: I know I should be saying how much I love my over-the-calf wool socks, but sorry, I don't. They are a nightmare to care for, shrink like crazy at the first washing mistake, and get scratchy and saggy pretty quickly. Nothing like a nice smooth, easy cotton sock that stays on and I can throw in the hamper. rollerball pens: I know... I should be ashamed of myself, the feel of a fountain pen's nib caressing the paper - an unobstructed flow from my heart straight to the page... the romantic pleasure of pumping ink to bring life back into it. Sorry... huge PITA in my book. Give me a Pilot V5 any day and I'm a happy man. Le Bernardin (aka Le Bernadin for vox and Manton ): obviously inferior to _____, most overrated, not worth its stars, etc... Still a small-timer like me thinks it's pretty good stuff. tie space: I know... It's for the rubes and a properly fitting bespoke collar should not need tie space. But I just prefer the nice hexagonal shape of the tie knot when there is tie space. simple sport coats: It's official sport coats have to be loud and look like a picnic blanket to be "right". Whoever ventures into simpler patterns or (g_d forbid) monochromatic fabrics is doomed and will skip purgatory, straight to the flames. I happen to like a simple grey or beige sport coat, simple herringbone maybe, a touch of cashmere for some fuzzy feel and I'm a happy camper. Anything you'd like to confess?