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Old 11-07-2012, 09:31 AM   #2641
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Can anyone tell me who makes the shoes that Ryan gosling wears in the Crazy stupid love the light brown ones when they go shopping. Probably the nicest shoes I've ever seen. He has the best style in that movie. I wish I could pull off those outfits.
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Old 11-07-2012, 09:33 AM   #2642
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Old 11-07-2012, 09:36 AM   #2643
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Old 11-07-2012, 09:37 AM   #2644
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plain toe walnut blucher, not my first choice with a suit like that, but overall it is a nice looking outfit

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Old 11-07-2012, 09:38 AM   #2645
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Old 11-07-2012, 11:54 AM   #2646
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I'm trying to find one. If I don't end up finding one by tonight ill take a picture of my tv
Try the Allen Edmonds Kenilworth in walnut.
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Old 11-07-2012, 01:28 PM   #2647
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So wife and I are going to wedding on NYE. Thoughts on proper attire?

Have not received anything yet on black tie or not, but was thinking since it's evening wedding on NYE it would be a bit more formal regardless.

So right now I'm thinking navy suit and black shoes.

I do own a black suit, as well as a tux (got to keep my after my wedding) but def think those would be overkill (tux) or funeral attire (blk suit).

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Old 11-07-2012, 01:53 PM   #2648
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Old 11-07-2012, 01:57 PM   #2649
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So wife and I are going to wedding on NYE. Thoughts on proper attire?

Have not received anything yet on black tie or not, but was thinking since it's evening wedding on NYE it would be a bit more formal regardless.

So right now I'm thinking navy suit and black shoes.

I do own a black suit, as well as a tux (got to keep my after my wedding) but def think those would be overkill (tux) or funeral attire (blk suit).
what time of day and where is the venue?
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:19 PM   #2650
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what time of day and where is the venue?
evening wedding @ church then reception afterwards nearby.
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:27 PM   #2651
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evening wedding @ church then reception afterwards nearby.
well, does it seem like the reception will carry over into a NYE celebration?
might as well dress up for both occasions
hopefully the reception is at a nice place
but nay on the tux (unless if it's indicated that they want more formal)
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if you aren't in the wedding party, i wouldn't wear a tux... its still a wedding regardless what night it is, unless the invitation specifically states black tie

i would break out the black suit if it were me, however you don't have to make it look like you are going to a funeral, you can spruce it up
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if you aren't in the wedding party, i wouldn't wear a tux... its still a wedding regardless what night it is, unless the invitation specifically states black tie

i would break out the black suit if it were me, however you don't have to make it look like you are going to a funeral, you can spruce it up


This thread doesn't love the black suit.

They dress like old men (hence the thread title)

But I agree.
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This thread doesn't love the black suit.

They dress like old men (hence the thread title)

But I agree.
Here's a black suit. Pink shirt
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i like the jacket
i believe you wore it on the sunday that i was leaving for tahoe
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Rhode- IMO jacket is a bit loose around the body, but I love the black suite/white shirt/good tie combo. Timeless.

Then again, I like a lot of the 60's cuts and fashion for men, but I have different tastes.

For instance, I refuse to own a leather band watch.

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if you aren't in the wedding party, i wouldn't wear a tux... its still a wedding regardless what night it is, unless the invitation specifically states black tie

i would break out the black suit if it were me, however you don't have to make it look like you are going to a funeral, you can spruce it up
yea that's certainly an option.

Getting to keep my tux was relatively pointless. I'm sure I'll be able to count the number of black tie events by the end of my life on one hand.
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I think a nice slim-cut black suit can look really sharp for the right occasion--and I think a NYE party is a perfect occasion. Get a cool tie and a crisp white shirt and you can channel the Rat Pack all night long.

Maybe a black/white houndstooth or plaid tie?

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Rhode- IMO jacket is a bit loose around the body, but I love the black suite/white shirt/good tie combo. Timeless.

Then again, I like a lot of the 60's cuts and fashion for men, but I have different tastes.

For instance, I refuse to own a leather band watch.
you can't judge a suit fit based on that picture with someone else hugging his side
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