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Incoming 1Ls / Re: Men: Buying a suit...
« on: June 17, 2008, 03:16:23 PM »
ze tag

Thanks AK, great stuff. I had already bought a dark charcoal/subtle pinstrip suit prior to reading all the advice, so I feel pretty good about that! I thought the pinstripes may of been a little too 'varsity' for me, but I think I pull it off. Yes, I'm bad ass like that... ::)

So what's the etiquette on changing the suit, if, for example, you have only a couple/three? Switch them every other day or just wear one for a week or what???


That's exactly why you buy neutral-colored suits: navy, charcoal, black (only for winter and evening wear), slate, etc. A different shirt everyday keeps things looking (and smelling) fresh. A clothes steamer also helps keep things fresh. Steam often, so you don't have to dryclean all the time. Dry cleaning will clean the clothes for sure, but it weakens the fabric.


That's what I was thinking...

and BTW, Real Madrid rules. Arsenal...pfftt.  :P

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Incoming 1Ls / Re: Men: Buying a suit...
« on: June 17, 2008, 09:51:52 AM »
ze tag

Thanks AK, great stuff. I had already bought a dark charcoal/subtle pinstrip suit prior to reading all the advice, so I feel pretty good about that! I thought the pinstripes may of been a little too 'varsity' for me, but I think I pull it off. Yes, I'm bad ass like that... ::)

So what's the etiquette on changing the suit, if, for example, you have only a couple/three? Switch them every other day or just wear one for a week or what???



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Concur. I used both the combat experience and the whole active duty while completing UG bit. I didn't get into specifics, just the general leadership, perespective, and what I would bring to my class that would be different.

Also concur on staying away from anything too specific as it will probably be lost on someone non-military, alientate them because they may not understand it or make them uncomfortable.

Best of luck! Let us know how it goes.

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