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  • Christopher Klimek

    gentlemanly :: "The Ralph Lauren (nyse: RL - news - people ) Purple Label cashmere sport coat shown here is a prime example. The fabric's weave gives it the hefty look of tweed--but touch it, and its plushness is revealed."

  • Lee

    Mens suits, I will look good in this suit.

  • Marco Polo Montes R.

    Simple brown suit.

  • David Bäni

    fierce tweed jacket

  • Dr DesignStyle

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