I have never worn a suit like the one you've described. Are we talking cheap suits?
@CorruptedDocument all suits have padding in the shoulders cheap and designer. That's why if you lift your arms up and make a t shape with your body the padding does thisstyleforum-testing.s3.amazonaws.com/.../...043.jpg
No suit I have ever worn has had padded shoulders, just a spine to keep it straight.
Now... women's suits, I see padded shoulders in a lot.
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For jobs everyday?And you go guy! Lol :p
i would think if you have to wear it everyday for work it might become quite annoying. ;) i wear my jeans and leather jacket on my way to work so I don't know how suit and tie must be like for work lol
HmmLol, that's cool ;)Are you the guy with motorcycle as well?
can't afford my dreambike as yet, but yes i have my license ;)
Hahaha ;) that's awesome
Lol. But I wore tie once when I was little. It didn't feel like choking.Is it possible that you wore it to tight?
yeah may be (death wish or something)... but if it's loose (i'm not sayin too loose), then it somehow looks shabby... PS: not every guy is George Clooney!!!
HahaI guess you could be right.Oh my, who is George Colooney?Lol.
you don't know my best friend george? what's happening? Is the world coming to end? Revelation was all right, should hv believed it!!! just kiddin:)
Wait, shave what?
Well neck hair specifically in this case.
Why would you rub your facial hair with your suit?
Because the shirt is tight and the tie around the neck even more so. It's not a choice - it's just what happens. That is what makes it uncomfortable.
Oh, alright. lol
But I suppose if you really want to you could also rub a suit into your beard-to-be lol. Not sure what the advantages of that would be :D
Lol. You go ahead and try it out, then let me know. :p
Well I don't shave my beard so that wouldn't work for me!
Hah, alright :)
Why are you anon?
so I don't get another stalker thinking that I live in the OC because I live in california.
Relax, no one will stalk you :)
What's the difference? They look same to me.
It's all about what makes them up, a tux has multiple layers which allow for little range of movement. Whereas a suit is more open and comfortable to move around in, being less restrictive.
Oh, I think suit's better than
To all the complaints on ties, loosen it?
Yes. Same as I thought
Of course I pick out and wear only comfortable stuff, so maybe I don't understand this.
That's OK :)