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post #12061 of 16526
Looking at getting a pair of grey jeans. Not sure which one to get. A solid grey is more versatile than a faded version right? Or does it not matter? Also I figure it's harder to tell apart (visually) cheaper jeans and pants as opposed to other clothing so I'm debating getting the cheap Uniqlo ones. Here are the 3 I'm deciding between.:

1) Spurr




2) RRL. This one has fading. RRL has good denim quality and it is selvedge




3) Uniqlo. This is the cheapest. I figure with jeans and pants in general the visual quality difference is less noticeable than any other part of your outfit with shoes and outerwear being the most noticeable. These are also like half the price of the other 2.




Please help me decide. thanks.
post #12062 of 16526
RRL done.
post #12063 of 16526

If you're on the fence, I'd just as soon save my money and get the Uniqlos. I like the RRLs but you may find that dusty fade to be limiting. I'd skip the Spurrs, but I like my jeans to look like jeans. If I wanted solid grey I'd get chinos.

post #12064 of 16526
Do you guys know why my shirt does this and wrinkles like this almost instantly within 1 hr of steaming it then putting it on?? And how to prevent it . Thank you
Edit: it's a uniqlo button down Oxford
post #12065 of 16526

Any idea what this cardigan might be?

 

post #12066 of 16526
allennat are you serious? its wrinkling like that because you have it tucked in and its a tad too tight. you have pulling all over that shirt that proves it besides the wrinkles.

the cardigan guy at least its not ryan gosling this time lmao.
post #12067 of 16526
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

allennat are you serious? its wrinkling like that because you have it tucked in and its a tad too tight. you have pulling all over that shirt that proves it besides the wrinkles.

the cardigan guy at least its not ryan gosling this time lmao.

 

To be honest I have no idea who the guy in the picture is, I just came across that picture and liked the cardigan.

post #12068 of 16526
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Originally Posted by MickeyPunch View Post

To be honest I have no idea who the guy in the picture is, I just came across that picture and liked the cardigan.

Think it might be Channing Tatum.
post #12069 of 16526
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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post


Think it might be Channing Tatum.

 

Not very famous over here, I'm afraid.

post #12070 of 16526
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Originally Posted by crosswound View Post

allennat are you serious? its wrinkling like that because you have it tucked in and its a tad too tight. you have pulling all over that shirt that proves it besides the wrinkles.

the cardigan guy at least its not ryan gosling this time lmao.
Hmmm that's interesting b/c it doesn't feel tight on my body, I'll post an example if a non slim fit small, so much extra fabric everywhere

post #12071 of 16526

Should I cop these?  If not what should I be looking for in a sneaker?  20 y/o male 

 

http://www.zappos.com/nike-sweet-classic-high-white-sport-grey-team-red-team-red

post #12072 of 16526
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Originally Posted by RedForman View Post

Should I cop these?  If not what should I be looking for in a sneaker?  20 y/o male 

 

http://www.zappos.com/nike-sweet-classic-high-white-sport-grey-team-red-team-red

 

Get the blazer instead in suede. 

post #12073 of 16526
man i couldn't save that guy if i wanted to give him real solid advice
post #12074 of 16526

i really appreciate your feedback, I'm just trying to figure out what to do.

The small- non slim fit shirt, still has the wrinkles in the front and extra fabric in the back causing a baggy look. (images above in blue shirt)

I could try ordering mediums, but then the sleeves would be to long. 

I'm just trying to dress well, but I can't seem to find a shirt that fits, I don't know if i have a strange size or not, my chest measures ~41, and waist ~31 and 5'5, neck is ~14.5

so am I SOL because im not 5'9 slim and a ~4-6 drop?

post #12075 of 16526
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Originally Posted by allennat View Post

i really appreciate your feedback, I'm just trying to figure out what to do.
The small- non slim fit shirt, still has the wrinkles in the front and extra fabric in the back causing a baggy look. (images above in blue shirt)
I could try ordering mediums, but then the sleeves would be to long. 
I'm just trying to dress well, but I can't seem to find a shirt that fits, I don't know if i have a strange size or not, my chest measures ~41, and waist ~31 and 5'5, neck is ~14.5
so am I SOL because im not 5'9 slim and a ~4-6 drop?


You wanna know what to do? A. return the shirts, both of them. B. hit the gym. C. find a decent tailor.


Sorry if that sounds mean but it's just about the best advice for you unless you wanna just go MTM.
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