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Rant on trying to organize wordrobe

Started by Robert A. Jones Dec 31, 2014. 0 Replies

Used Caldwell.com recommended in Brett's post over at art of manliness . Was a great start, but I still have a lot of additional items I can't part with. I've decided to try to organize my wardrobe…Continue

Savile Row and bespoke suits

Started by Saxon. Last reply by Alfton Mar 14, 2013. 2 Replies

The ultimate in suits is not a trend-driven name and fashion, but rather a time tested conservative suit made according to your own body's specification; a made-to-measure or bespoke suit. But there…Continue

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Comment by Mongoose on November 16, 2014 at 5:25pm

OK, Gentlemen, I have a question (I did post this in another group, sorry if repeat):  When polishing y'all's dress shoes, have ANY of y'all ever seen a difference between before and after you buff with a soft cloth?  I mean, after you use the brush to remove the polish, all the instructional vids/directions all say to buff with a cloth after the polish is removed.

Also, most of the instructional info says, for an uuber shine, sprinkle with water/add spit/breath on them (as AoM recommends). Have any of y'all seen an improvement of shine via the addition of moisture?

Comment by Larry Parker on October 4, 2012 at 9:49am

Let's get some men in this group to discuss men's dress.

 

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