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  Are you spamming? Or do you really think a place that doesn't seem bothered to offer shirts in less than 2-inch variations in sleeve length is good?   I think it's spamming.
  Interesting to learn that - thanks for the info.
  You keep sounding like a bigot to those of us who are gay. Or have gay loved ones and friends.Is that "PC"? -- not liking something that describes us or our loved ones in a pejorative way?  OK, then I'm "PC."   So keep using the term and keep sounding like a bigot. Heck, maybe you are a bigot. I don't know, but your continued use of gay as an insult makes you sound like it.   That's your problem. 
  Find a better word and you'll sound less bigotty.   EDIT: I just went through 20 pages on that site you linked to and didn't see any guy in a business suit, let alone a casual sports jacket.  W T F are you talking about?
  Clapping.
  "Full suit"? Stop with the straw man arguments. Has anyone here said undergrads should walk around in full suits?   Second being worried about "looking gay" is kind of lame, and maybe a little bigoted. I know you're a kid, but grow up.  And also ask yourself, if anyone is ribbing you about looking gay, what kind of person are they?  And also are they male or female?         You need to stop taking your own insecurities and imagining other people are projecting them onto...
  I'm really curious about what school this is where people don't seem to care much about what they wear except when someone dresses better than they do - then they get noisy..
  The Uniqlo stuff I've bought (blazers, suit jackets and pants) are quite slim.  And I got two of my favorite suits there (I'm cheap and I know they are not high quality).
  And that's a problem?  If you want to look like everyone else, and they're all slobs, go ahead. I'd rather stand out.   Me, I don't believe in going over the top - a full suit and tie when everyone else is in hoodies is not good. But a patterned dress shirt or OCBD or button-front sport shirt, casual blazer and chinos (or dark jeans) plus, say, loafers is not over-the-top.  
If I found a new J Crew Ludlow wool suit for that price that fit me, I'd buy it.
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