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  1. Brian Gallagher
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    Those black shoes with velvet bow are awful.

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  2. William Hada
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    Awesome video! Explained everything and more.

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  3. MemeyGamer
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    i only like no break.

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  4. Mar Engr Mahmudur Rahman
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    U look like a 1940s gangster

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  5. Trident *
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    Half-break is the winner horse.

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  6. AI Ishmael
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    honestly, thank you so much I really appreciate all of these pointers. I am graduating from college next year and I will begin my internship in January….I need a complete business professional make over…and your videos have been soo helpful! thank you!

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  7. John Benzi Martin
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    It should be above ankle and women notice some skin thats sexy

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  8. Prinncess Wade
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    I had so many questions AND YOU ANSWERED THEM ALL. Keep up the great work. New Subscriber!

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  9. Afraz Ahmad
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    I like wearing dress pants with a shirt but no jacket. What do you think to this look? I love the channel by the way!

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  10. Chris D'Orio
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    Good info here

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  11. Alberad08
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    Does anyone remember the ridiculous overlong trousers of the early nineties, creating those accordion bellows over your shoes?

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  12. Tom Burke
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    A half break is the best. But depending on what style shoes or boots you wear.

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  13. The Santa Cruz Joker
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    Oh thank God, most videos on this topic are just some scrawny hipster in skinny jeans telling you how to roll it up properly

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  14. # P
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    Your videos are just amazing.. We get exactly what we want.. This makes your channel so unique.. U talk about break and cuff both.. Most of the videos on break of trousers don't talk about cuff atall… Your stuff is well contained and researched ….Thanks for this great video..

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  15. Alexander Stamelos
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    LOL ! Women shoes and pants ! I thought this was a gentleman's gazette not the Tranny Gazette !

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  16. Matthew Stamp
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    If wearing a Prince Edward/morning suite should I have a hem for them or should they be hemless and cut made to length

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  17. L A
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    New subscriber!!! I am looking to reinvent myself!!! Glad I found this channel!!!

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  18. Anatoly A
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    I feel uncomfortable for some reason when I wear no break pants, shin gets too opened when walking

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  19. Baskoro H Pradono
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    -No break for formal wear and patterned trousers
    -quarter break for business settings
    -half & full break for heavyweight slacks

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  20. Richard M
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    Thank you for such an educational video! I learned so much from this!

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  21. Bob Ingalls
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    I rather like the full break

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  22. david fasterer
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    Broken just above the last lace, a little wider.. yep. That's the one. Now on to shirts. It's not so expensive – But the shoes I just ordered… nope not expensive either – little bit fancy, £39, handmade, winterised.. What more can one ask.

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  23. Roger Stratford
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    Wow! I'm in the middle of self hemming and needed the angled uncuffed look toward the finish. Could you please cover variations in pant leg lengths. Do the inlegs have to be identical length, even where outlegs lengths differ by a smidgen, say 1 cm? My trousers are patterned so this is proving a headache, visually. One hem at the rear is so short it comes over the top of my shoes when walking. The break at the front is ample, so I need an angled hem, with lengthening at the back.

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  24. Mohd Khairul
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    I saved the videos how to dress like gentleman… another 5 years i'll repeat watch.. currently i dressed chinos,distressed jeans and sneakers..

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  25. ben arellano
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    Other tips should be left subjective. Yeah i agree there are certain principles that should remain staple to preserve class. But there are some rules that can be bend yet it doesnt lessen class.

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  26. Sir Ian Treloar
    February 14, 2020 @ 3:04 PM

    I also prefer an angled hem for the best look. But I've often wondered about an idea that I've never seen tried, which is to have a short slit cut into the front crease and hemmed, so that fabric would fall either side of the shoe and have a natural look without bunching. The top of the foot, being higher than the heel, means that the fabric tends to bunch up there. This could be done away with by the use of a slit in the crease line. This could expose the socks, which I don't think is ever a good look and is only one step ahead of seeing underwear, but if wearing boots a slit could be just the thing for a sharp look.

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