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  1. Trad Style
    I'm going on a trip to Israel with my boss and several colleagues (I'm a religion professor). Anyway, we've been told to dress "business casual" but to pack shoes suitable for walking. My plan is to pack chinos, sport coats, and button up shirts (no tie), but I'm not sure about the shoes. I have...
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    I'm going on a trip to Israel with my boss and several colleagues (I'm a religion professor). Anyway, we've been told to dress "business casual" but to pack shoes suitable for walking. My plan is to pack chinos, sport coats, and button up shirts (no tie), but I'm not sure about the shoes. I have...
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    I am currently a first year law student and my law school mentor is helping me find a part time clerking position at a local firm. The problem is I need to build a clerking wardrobe from the ground up. The only "dress" clothes I have are left overs from being in a trendy fraternity in undergrad...
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    I've greatly enjoyed following the AAAC forums as an observer, and hope that some of you might enjoy getting stuck into the dilemma I've been grappling with recently. So far, I have worked in the private sector as a lawyer and have worn suits daily (occasionally dressing down on Fridays or at...
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    I would greatly value your opinions on my next shoe purchase. These will be my one or twice a week work shoe (paired with navy or gray chinos). Plus, I would like to wear them occasionally with dark jeans. I work in a fairly conserative (although business casual) office. My first choice is...
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    I have a gift certificate to Penney's and I want to snag a pair of decent loafers to accompany my only other pair of dress shoes: some excellent black J&M oxfords. These Florsheim's are what I believe are the best quality available at the online Penney's store: Pisa Plain or Tassel Como...
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    My place of business has a business casual dress code. Noone wears a tie - one fella I work with throws one on maybe twice a month and usually get a couple of "when's the interview" comments. No executives (unless there is a visit from the bank, or such) wears a suit or jacket. The colder...
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