After visiting the local thrift stores for the past two years, I have accumulated a wealth of great coats, sweaters and other high end clothing I would like to take care of. I have far too many items for the space available and would like to know the best solution for storing some of these valuable jewels before the moths and black mold takes hold. The topic of garment bags comes up quite frequently when doing a search on the Internet but I would like a more professional opinion on how to properly store these items while the culling process begins to remove the less valuable bits of clothing.
I am a novice at dressing up and I just got a job at a bank. My issue is I have no matching skills for colors or patterns.
I have a grey and black houndstooth pattern sportcoat, the grey being a shade that almost looks olive.
I’ve tried unsuccessfully to find a tie to match, other than solid black. I ‘ve considered wearing black & grey plaid, black tonal stripes, black & grey stripes, black with multi color stripes, paisley, you name it. I’m always afraid should I wear one of the aforementioned, it’ll be too late before I realize I look like I’ve dressed in the dark.
Is it acceptable to walk around with an unbuttoned sports jacket? I see it a lot nowadays. Thanks!!!
I got a nice winter coat that i bought before i learned so much from Antonio.
The coat has the right length but way to wide.
Now i was wondering what would be the best choice.
Search for a tailor that can take it in or just save up to buy a new one.
I need a thick wool coat under %250 that looks nice. I want something that everyone doesn’t have. I need a thick winter coat because I live in upstate NY
I want to know when to wear or for which type of body are the different types of jacket shoulders that we can wear.
I have seen, sharp cuts in shoulders (edgy or squared), round cuts, cuts in which the sleeve is in a higher position in the junction with the shoulder…
Why, and why for the differences??
thank you in advance