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Go for the boat shoes, and if you're really into the southern prep look, go buy some burgundy penny loafers.
I vaguley remember Structure, but my brother still has a few things from them. I have a pair of cargo shorts and a leather belt from Express Men right after they made the brand switch (this was in early high school for me, before I knew better about cargo shorts...) I also remember when all the teen stores like Hollister, AF, AE, Old Navy, etc. were actually cool places to shop at.
Physics and a random religion class. Last prerequisites before pharm school in the fall.
So do you guys only buy from sellers with respectable and high amounts of feedback? Because I was looking at this, but for the price I'm worried it is a fake. http://cgi.ebay.com/New-RAY-BAN-Fold...lenotsupported
Just doing some spring cleaning for my dad and brother. Here are the links: Faconnable "Made in USA, Designed in France" Size M L/S OCBD http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=250443910039 Ralph Lauren "Made in USA" Vintage Western Frontier Collection c. late 70s-mid 80s size L L/S Shirt http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=250443916790 Brooks Brothers Slim Fit 15-33 Blue Dress Shirt. *Damage http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=250443923279
I'd go with MBA/MHA. No need to spend time and money for schooling that doesn't truly interest you. I am also smart enough to get into medical school, but my passion lies in pharmacy, which I will be attending for schooling this fall. Good luck with your decision.
Found a blue slim BB dress shirt (in my size too!) and a Faconnable "Designed in France, Made in USA" OCBD yesterday at Salvation for under $3 each.
I found a slim blue dress shirt for $1.50 at a thrift store today and another one last month. Ebay is cool too for some good deals, if you don't mind them being used. For $50 or lower, BB is a good deal.
Quote: Originally Posted by CityConnection Those are both nice. I would suggest the second one though. The ones that are slightly larger are slightly more sylish but you want something more classic than stylish I believe. As for the no logos, I agree, if there is a great big logo on it, youre basically paying for that and not the quality and style of the frame. I have a few pairs that I am going to put up for sale soon that you might be interested in,...
Hey CityConnection, I'm about to be a grad student and want a classic look without the danger of trying too hard. I like the 50s-60s ivy style and am looking at these specifically: http://www.eyebuydirect.com/plastic-...wn-p-2131.html http://www.eyebuydirect.com/plastic-...ck-p-2130.html They're well within my budget (<$100) and don't have any frivolous logos, which I like. Thoughts or suggestions for other sites/brands?
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