"I do like the site. I also got a canvas work vest for a steampunk costume last Halloween from them. It was the most expensive part of the costume, but it's also something that's much harder to find every day, especially in a rural area…"
"Thanks for the advice, M, but I was talking about a full back as opposed to a backless vest, not a self back as opposed to a satin back. Most low cut vests are backless, since they're cut on the same pattern as white tie pique vests.
"With summer coming up, a nice pair of tan Venetians is a good choice. Since you've already got black and dark brown shoes, I'd go with something in the cordovan, cognac, or tan ranges no matter what, to round out your choices."
"I recently came into possession of a Dobbs Carleton straw fedora for summer use and it turned out to be a lighter gray than I expected, closer to a dove gray than a charcoal or Oxford, like my winter dress hat. I was wondering if this made it too…"
"I don't often have occasion to wear a tuxedo, but when I do I like the more traditional look of the low cut, three-button vest. Does anyone know if it's possible to get one with a full back or would I have to go to a custom tailor to gt…"
"Is the area outside the classrooms, offices, or cafeteria in my law school considered and 'out-of-doors' indoor area? I've been carrying my hat around rather than wear it in the lobby or the library, but I wasn't sure."
"Neal is right. Law schools aren't looking for a specific curriculum as much as a good student. Either way, I would recommend taking a logic or rhetoric class as an elective if you're not majoring in philosophy or English."
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Does make life comfortable, I suppose.
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"I would suggests sports like maybe an inter-mural league (Rugby, Hockey, Football, Soccer) or like pick up basketball or perhaps maybe get involved in Martial arts aka (BJJ, Judo, Sambo, Kickboxing). Further, maybe take classes like cooking, foreign…"