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Hi guys, I'm in my mid 20s, 5'4, 140 lbs, and wear size 30 waist - relatively skinny but I do have some stomach fat which keeps me from having a six pack. I'm also a student so I am short on time. I'd like to create a fitness schedule for myself that helps me with the following goal: -Find the balance of being "big" or "skinny". I don't want to look skinny, I don't want to look buff, I just want to look strong. How should I approach this? As of now, I go to the gym...
I currently have relatively medium length hair and when styled right they can look really good. The problem is that not every day is a good "hair" day. The factors that matter are how wet my hair are when I style them (after a shower), when the last time I shampooed my hair, etc. When I go a day or two without shampooing my hair, because of perhaps the grease or natural oils, the hair stick together better and just have this thickness about them. This makes it easier to...
I'm in London and am in need of some nice shirts and trousers for work. What are some good stores/places to shop in London? My style is classic shirts but because I'm short and slim, I like a nice slim fit (not skinny) design in all my clothing. Top man and H&M aren't quite classy enough to be my taste, but something like Banana republic is perfect. Besides BR, what other stores can I shop from to get the following things: -Slim fit (non-iron shirts would be nice) -Slim...
Quote: Originally Posted by Antonio Centeno Find a company with an amazing hassle free return policy - then use it Do you know of any?
Should I shop for them online? Because I like to put it on and see how I look in them. What are some good stores/websites to checkout? I live in America, btw. I like a really classic, cool, subtle, simple, look. I don't care for sporty, fashionable, blingy, huge, glasses. Here are some images that could help you identify my style: I have a sort of a ovalish/squarish/roundish face. I feel like I should go for the traditional aviators, but when I try them...
I like a really classic, cool, subtle, simple, look. I don't care for sporty, fashionable, blingy, huge, glasses. Here are some images that could help you identify my style: I have a sort of a ovalish/squarish/roundish face. I feel like I should go for the traditional aviators, but when I try them on they feel too big/long for my face. I know Raybans have shorter aviators as well. Well what do you guys suggest? Can anyone find me frames that are identical to any of...
Just wanted to express my thanks for all the help here. It's quite adequate in shifting my decision against buying M&S.
Well my interest in M&S suits stemmed from a thread I made where I asked about getting a suit for under $500. http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=198335 If there's a better option please let me know!!!
Please observe: http://www.marksandspencer.com/Limit...=1-5&rh=&page= http://www.marksandspencer.com/Limit...=1-8&rh=&page= http://www.marksandspencer.com/Limit...=1-9&rh=&page= I just measured my chest and it is a 35. I am a short guy, so I'm thinking going with the short option is wise. I like a very nice and slim fit. My questions are: 1) Should I go for a 36? or a 34? Would a 34 be a bit "more" than 34 and fit my 35 chest? 2) Would the shorter suit...
Quote: Originally Posted by srendam Heard good things about the benjamin suit from SF sponsor haberdasher This? http://www.ehaberdasher.com/servlet/...ln--36S/Detail
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