I wear my watch on my right wrist—it just feels more comfortable—but people lately have been calling me out, saying it's "wrong." Can I tell them to go to hell?
In a word: yes. Your watch, your business. Timepieces have historically been worn on the left wrist because they were easier to wind with the usually-dominant right hand. But since you don't have to wind your watch these days, we say wear it however you'd like. After all, Steve McQueen famously wore his Rolexes and Tag Heuers on his right wrist and we're quite sure he'd tell whomever was giving him a hard time to go to hell.
Where can I find size 34 suits, both online or in-store? It is very hard to find this size.
Your best bet when it comes to quality suits for a good price in sizes like 34 and 34S is Suitsupply. You can order online or stop by one of their shops in Manhattan. We recently stepped into their SoHo shop (they also have a new outpost on Madison Ave.) and were incredibly impressed with the service, selection and speed of their in-house tailoring. For the money, you likely won't find a better suit.
Could you recommend some fragrance-free grooming products? I already use and love Cremo products. I'm particularly looking for a good deodorant and a hair product for my curly mop.