Dapper District occasionally happens upon problems which its meager intellect cannot overcome. In these situations, as with the problem of baggy shirts, I turn to my expert readers.
The problem is: When I wear over-the-calf socks--and I wear no other kind with a suit--the suiting catches on my calves. When I sit, I have to tug the pants up a bit, and when I stand, they snag on my calves and have to be shaken out, which I am certain looks odd. The problem is better or worse depending on the coefficients of friction of the sock and suiting, but it is always present to some degree.
Another nettlesome problem: overly hyphenated headlines born of possibly unnecessary adjective-ification of nouns.