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old navy, outlier, common projects

 

still getting the hang of styleforum. any pointers?

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old navy, outlier, common projects

still getting the hang of styleforum. any pointers?

well you have CPs so you're already like 95% of the way there
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well you have CPs so you're already like 95% of the way there

 

lol thanks. i'm starting to get into nicer shirts. my wardrobe consists mainly of uniqlo and lands end canvas. they've done fine for me but i'm starting to look into gitman bros and brooks brothers. i also wouldn't mind some better quality tees. looking at sunspel, folk, left field, velva sheen.

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looking very trad, SVB.
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lol thanks. i'm starting to get into nicer shirts. my wardrobe consists mainly of uniqlo and lands end canvas. they've done fine for me but i'm starting to look into gitman bros and brooks brothers. i also wouldn't mind some better quality tees. looking at sunspel, folk, left field, velva sheen.

You don't have that many posts so I'm assuming you haven't been here that long?
I would advice against getting more expensive and nicer shirts until you've been here for a while, if you already have an alright base consisting of for example uniqlo (plenty of people here wear uniqlo). Reason why is that it's not unlikely that the direction of style you originally were planning to head in may very well change, especially if you keep following this thread. Just a small tip that may help you save money and not make purchases you may regret later on.
(nice tees are a solid "investment" though, since well they work with most aestethics)
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Les has the nicest room.
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Originally Posted by brck View Post

 

old navy, outlier, common projects

 

still getting the hang of styleforum. any pointers?

 

everyhing good except the shirt - burn it
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Shirt is fine. You're only saying that because it's Old Navy. If he had put "Gitman Vintage," no one would bat an eye.
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You don't have that many posts so I'm assuming you haven't been here that long?
I would advice against getting more expensive and nicer shirts until you've been here for a while, if you already have an alright base consisting of for example uniqlo (plenty of people here wear uniqlo). Reason why is that it's not unlikely that the direction of style you originally were planning to head in may very well change, especially if you keep following this thread. Just a small tip that may help you save money and not make purchases you may regret later on.
(nice tees are a solid "investment" though, since well they work with most aestethics)

 

this is really solid advice.

you're correct in assuming i'm new to styleforum. i've been interested in fashion for a few years though, and am somewhat active on the malefashionadvice subreddit. especially over the last year or so i've consolidated and honed in on an aesthetic i like, i'm pretty comfortable with the direction i'm heading.

i'm not knocking uniqlo or the other brands i mentioned, they've held up well and i would recommend them to any beginner, but i wouldn't mind seeing what else is out there. i just feel like i'm at a point where i wouldn't mind experimenting with nicer products. see for myself if the quality, construction, materials are noticably better.

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Shirt is fine. You're only saying that because it's Old Navy. If he had put "Gitman Vintage," no one would bat an eye.

yeah the shirt is good. I'm assuming you had it tailored to fit like that, and the only thing I'd change would be to leave it an inch longer if you had it shortened.
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brooks brothers has a good return policy and a lot of retail outlets. i'd say order a few of their shirts online and see how you like their stuff.
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brooks brothers has a good return policy and a lot of retail outlets. i'd say order a few of their shirts online and see how you like their stuff.

+1. they are very amenable to that. i have bought and exchanges a ton of stuff from them, and the process has always been super easy.
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old navy, outlier, common projects

still getting the hang of styleforum. any pointers?

As long as the fits/sizing is like this you should be fine everything looks well fitted but not all that interesting.
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lesamourai - cool fit. your calves are almost as sexxsay as mine. uhoh.gif

MoK - really like the colors, and like that you went with a white shirt.

I don't remember having seen your calves though , need proof.

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Les has the nicest room.

Really? I live in slumlord college housing with six other people haha.
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yeah the shirt is good. I'm assuming you had it tailored to fit like that, and the only thing I'd change would be to leave it an inch longer if you had it shortened.

actually, this is the fit otr. the only modifications are that i dyed it, it was originally a pretty ugly white, grey, orange.

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