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post #13621 of 16287
Dear adamt

Just checked with mr Ryan Gosling he said both are classics for wearing to movies, bar, dinner, and hanging with friends.

Especially wearing a bomber, casual shirt, blazer, slacks, and denim. Not all at once of course but in combination. He also said that if you have both boots in your possession hats off to you sir for the best purchases that will last for your lifetime.
post #13622 of 16287

 "ASK A QUESTION, GET AN ANSWER - ASK ALL QUICK QUESTIONS HERE"

post #13623 of 16287
lolwtf
post #13624 of 16287
So I'm looking to buy my first suit, as I have a wedding that requires it next week. Also looking for something that can be worn for job interviews and possibly for work in the future. What's the best option for a super low price? So far I have my eye on Uniqlo's Wool Blend Jacket and matching pants for $150, but I don't know if that actually constitutes a suit.
post #13625 of 16287
It wouldnt be bad to start off with you could always get it tailored after.
post #13626 of 16287
Buttero side zips run a half size large?
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I'm trying to decide whether to get a pair of Wolverine 1000 Mile boots, I don't own any real boots and I've been wanting to get a nice pair. The often recommended 1000 Miles look great, but I would prefer something just a little less casual and less rugged looking. I'll be wearing them because I like the looks, and not because I'm in need of a tough and durable work boot (though of course quality is never a bad thing).

 

Anyone have any recommendations? The guides I've seen seem to go straight from the Wolverines to the polished dressy boots you could wear with a suit. It could be there's less of a gap there than I realize.

 

I just want something that doesn't look wrong if worn by a guy who clearly hasn't just gotten back from a hunting trip. I dunno, maybe I'm worrying too much about if the looks fit me or whatever. Maybe I stick with my nice safe CDBs, I don't actually NEED 1000 Miles.

 

A question about color, I've been browsing the review thread for them... a lot of pics of brown and rust colored 1000 Miles, not too many cordovan. Any reason why? Does the reddish color stand out too much and draw attention or something like that? I sort of like the color, but I also like to dress conservatively but nice. Not sure if I should go cordovan or stick with conservative safe brown, if I do go with these boots. The price is the same on all the color options.

post #13628 of 16287
cyc wid it i think someone gave advice on buttero sidezip sizing in the baller shoe/boot thread but it might be a mission trying to find the post.
post #13629 of 16287
Yeah I spent a while trying to search for it to no avail foo.gif Thanks though.
post #13630 of 16287

New jacket. What do you think of the fit? 

 

post #13631 of 16287
Buttons look wierd.
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Hey i'm like 18, kinda sick of the bad quality of abercrombie clothes and such, was wondering what kinds of affordable brands would be good for a teenager? like for casual wear, not like blazers and suits and such. And please don't suggest super expensive clothes cause my job doesn't pay me that much. I know quality goes in hand with cost, but like maybe something decently made and not too expensive in USA? Like don't suggest 50$+ shirts to me... sr if this question seems kind of noob.

post #13633 of 16287
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Originally Posted by scandolous0 View Post
 

Hey i'm like 18, kinda sick of the bad quality of abercrombie clothes and such, was wondering what kinds of affordable brands would be good for a teenager? like for casual wear, not like blazers and suits and such. And please don't suggest super expensive clothes cause my job doesn't pay me that much. I know quality goes in hand with cost, but like maybe something decently made and not too expensive in USA? Like don't suggest 50$+ shirts to me... sr if this question seems kind of noob.

I think Uniqlo will fit your needs. Check it out. 

post #13634 of 16287

I think Uniqlo, H & M and J. Crew are doing things well as far as fit and affordability. Zara is a brand to consider too. But above all, remember fit. Get the the right fit and your clothes and style will become much easier. I think Esquire Magazine has a good guide as to how clothes should fit on men. Good Luck. 

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Looking for longish tees, long enough to layer another semi-slutty tee over. Colors in white/blue and maybe dark green. I got a couple of things from VoidTheBrand and really like them, but the assymetric hem and tight neckline is not working for idea I'm trying to execute w/ this purchase. The JE & Co. site looks sort of promising but everyone was talking about hoodies and sweats in the affiliate thread last I checked. Don't think I can afford DRKSHDW ($230+ a tee, right?) stuff; anyone got recommendations other than brands I listed?
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