It really depends, but maybe some slim khaki/brown cotton chinos (Topman, Gap, H&M—just make sure they aren’t drop-crotch, or carrot-leg, or have elasticated ankles) and a canvas shoe (Converse, Vans).
Originally Posted by Louis XIV
I have bought and worn jeans of various mainstream fashion brands for almost two decads now and not a single pair has ever fallen apart at the crotch area.
In fact I threw away all...
Originally Posted by hipster
hows the quality and fit on chambray shirts?
For £20, I can’t really fault the quality and fit.
I’m not sure about the contrast stitching though—there is a lot of it.
Originally Posted by eseanyang
Planning on getting a bedale or ashby. I would either get a size 34 bedale or S ashby. Anyone have recommendations? I am especially worried about sleeve length because I usually wear...
I have both the Levi’s 511 and A.P.C. New Standards.
I bought the 511s because the New Standards were 50% more expensive, but ended up buying the New Standards as well because I wasn’t happy with the fit and I wanted...
What TehBunny said.
For me it’s all about buying simple, restrained pieces of clothing that fit me well. Creating a base onto which you incorporate your own personal style.
I suppose this is where I...
Originally Posted by mumbai
i cant find that in any uniqlo website =/, uk already updated their items with autumn/winter stuff but didnt have those
I have just had word back from Uniqlo UK, and those...