I think funkdoobi would look okay if he lost the goatee. Ponytail is a bit questionable but it doesn't look like a crash n' burn to me. At least it's a hairstyle. Trench would probably be better with boots or more substantial shoes.
The guys I know in advertising wear hoodies and ball caps to work.
Ad / marketing guys usually dress like they're still in college to prove they work for a cool, and you know, web 3.0, bro company.
He's not totally off the mark. Based on how you look I'd guess that you have no educational background in marketing and that you're taking taking your artistic/technical skills and trying to adapt them to a business environment. It's not necessarily a bad image to have but if you want to be taken more seriously wear a suit.
correct, no background in marketing. that's because i'm a graphic designer. that works in a casual work attire studio. thanks for trying, though.
I'm gonna nitpick a tad here bows, but i think a slightly darker gray pair of jawnz would look better than the white. Pick up the secondary colors from the knit, add a little cohesion youknowwhatimsayin? Also, you've got mad nice traps (nohomo)
Did you read the last two pages? He's getting shit about his office and taking some really stupid assumptions about his life and work from some insecure douches without a clue. Nothing wrong with him trying to set it all straight. Go ahead, blame him though?
Originally Posted by AR_Six
You get really angry and defensive when anyone has anything even the least bit critical to say about your fit, huh? I'm wondering if you were under the impression that it was somehow earth-shattering.
Bows really needed different pants there, those are just out of place.
Good stuff, bows, but the white pants seem out of place mostly because of the black boots. There's almost too harsh of a contrast between the black and white pieces. Plus, the pants seem a bit baggy for a boot tuck. Basically, I think you could keep the pants in the fit if you switched footwear. Or keep the footwear if you switched pants.