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post #62251 of 109053
I was talking with my gf about this last night. She likes the stuff I wear, but lamented the perceived downsides of having a smaller wardrobe consisting of stuff you really like/love. She's more into having the theoretically endless possibilities her immense wardrobe provides, even if she admittedly ends up hating or disliking a lot of the stuff she buys. For her, and a lot of girls I've talked to, it's more enjoyable to follow the "I got this many things for this low price plus 30 percent off" method of buying clothes.

It's a mentality I don't follow, though I think girls have more slack when following that mentality than guys do. I mentioned the other day that you can find some interesting things at the Gap and Gap-like places if you're a woman, whereas the guys section still can't break free of the plaid and stripes Hell that the Most Guys Don't Give a Shit About Clothes mindset has landed us in.
post #62252 of 109053
^Put on your best llama shirt and lets go get a burger

Suddenlee package came in today, nothing but uniqlo boxer briefs and socks. Best package in forever.
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I'm just starting to build my wardrobe, and so I'm testing the water to see what I like. All of my recent purchases have been pretty cheap and basic: a couple of pairs of jeans, plain tees from Uniqlo,  some stuff from ASOS, white Vans. Once I figure out what suits me, I can move on to the more expensive stuff. So I think quite a lot before making a purchase, regardless of price, beacuse I'm trying to put things together in my mind and see what goes with what. But I have friends who see clothes shopping as a real chore and others who buy crap regularly whether they need it or not, I don't think it's down to gender.

post #62254 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Mcc123 View Post

I'm just starting to build my wardrobe, and so I'm testing the water to see what I like. All of my recent purchases have been pretty cheap and basic: a couple of pairs of jeans, plain tees from Uniqlo,  some stuff from ASOS, white Vans. Once I figure out what suits me, I can move on to the more expensive stuff. So I think quite a lot before making a purchase, regardless of price, beacuse I'm trying to put things together in my mind and see what goes with what. But I have friends who see clothes shopping as a real chore and others who buy crap regularly whether they need it or not, I don't think it's down to gender.

you probably wont get much further than uniqlo for plain tee's unless you need a designers name on a tee. maybe everlane. vans are fine, but a wonderful journey of luxury sneakers awaits you. 

post #62255 of 109053
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Originally Posted by thisisblex View Post

you probably wont get much further than uniqlo for plain tee's unless you need a designers name on a tee. maybe everlane. vans are fine, but a wonderful journey of luxury sneakers awaits you. 

If only Uniqlo made nice U neck tees
post #62256 of 109053
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If only Uniqlo made nice U neck tees

Is anyone making cheap ass U neck merino type sweaters? V-necks are everywhere, not so much U neck.
post #62257 of 109053
Does AA really make decent U necks? I always hated their fucking tees, don't know why they were so popular. One wash and they were dead
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^Exactly

Link to U neck AA tee
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post #62260 of 109053
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Originally Posted by DLester View Post

Is anyone making cheap ass U neck merino type sweaters? V-necks are everywhere, not so much U neck.
I had a Neil Barrett wool u neck sweater. The first season where he started doing the scrunchy material thing.

I have an AA tank and it shredded at the shoulder in 1 wash. Now I wear it under tees or around the house.
post #62261 of 109053
Drew still had the best U neck IMO worn with a TOJ
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Originally Posted by bows1 View Post

This week my favorite jeans have been out of commission and I've been forced to create new outfits from pants I don't usually wear. Its been fun, try it.

I've been starting to do this too, but it's hard to break out of habits - out of a dozen or more pants, I probably wear the same 2 or 3 most days.
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random question but do any of you have any experience with lanvin's chinos?

i'm in love with these and want to pick them up but at $500 it seems like i'd do better with a pair of Slim Unis Gio's. I love the color of both of these though. i don't wear chinos much, but this look inspired me to pick up a pair to try out. any other comparable chinos i should look for that might have these styles/colors? not into cardigans either, but i'm gonna try and get that lanvin or something similar to that. looks like some sort of wax or something. love it!

 

 

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post #62264 of 109053
The electric blue is dope. I'd skip the cardi tho. Maybe the 1st if you want

Edit: attachment makes some nice u neck tees. I think the 3/4 u necks run 60 dollars but then you'll have to proxy and it's not worth it for just one redface.gif
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Originally Posted by snowmanxl View Post

The electric blue is dope. I'd skip the cardi tho. Maybe the 1st if you want

gonna try em on at lanvin tomorrow i think. i love the way the 2nd cardigan looks but ive only ever really seen those work on really short tiny frames. not sure if i can pull em off though, they make me feel like a cat lady or something. 

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