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Originally Posted by NellieHolliday View Post
 

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. 

I heard from a lot of websites that H&M quality has decreased a lot lately. I don't know if it's normal  but certain clothes when i wear them, my skin starts itching really bad and I get acne  and the area gets red a few days after don't know if bad materials could cause this? I have really sensitive skin and this didn't happen before I started buying USA clothes.  This is main reason why I think I should try higher quality to see how my skin reacts. I already know uniqlo, think they have pretty affordable prices, will definitely start buying them. H&M I heard the quality has decreased, havent shoped there in a while cause it's too far from my house. J Crew blazers seem to be on the expensive side although their shirt seems pretty affordable, will check them out.  Zara seems a bit too high for my wallet too, but maybe cause it's not on sale? although I think I like Zara the best cause it has a lot of casual selections. If the prices were like 20% lower or something, I'd defnitely start shoping there. I think overall I have a pretty good idea of how my clothes should fit in terms of Abercrombie or Express size, not sure if these brands have similar sizing. Thanks for your suggestions.

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Hello, I finnaly have income coming in and Im able to purchase new clothing. However Im really scared to buy clothing online. I was thinking of buying most of my clothing from uniqlo, and spending more cash on footwear.

If it helps, Im just trying to buy basic casual stuff, a wardrobe for the fall and winter. :/
To give you an idea. My budget is around 200 a week.
Edited by Bortelli - 10/12/13 at 12:28pm
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hope this is the right thread, can someone id the coat on the right? or lead me to a similar one, thanks

post #13639 of 16521
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Originally Posted by Bortelli View Post

Hello, I finnaly have income coming in and Im able to purchase new clothing. However Im really scared to buy clothing online. I was thinking of buying most of my clothing from uniqlo, and spending more cash on footwear.

If it helps, Im just trying to buy basic casual stuff, a wardrobe for the fall and winter. :/
To give you an idea. My budget is around 200 a week.

Plan ahead. Make a list and stick to it.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/167456/the-5-000-wardrobe should give you some ideas.

post #13640 of 16521
Anyone know where to get this nanamica backpack in charcoal?

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Any slim fitting, decent quality quilted jackets for $100 to $200? 

 

What's a a versatile color for navy and grey pants? What about something like Olive?  

 

Maybe something like this? 

 

http://www.zara.com/us/en/man/jackets/quilted-jacket-c496501p1293642.html

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Can someone recommend me a plain white baseball jersey similar to this http://www.mkistore.co.uk/product_details.php?range=Men_tops&product=820

post #13643 of 16521
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Originally Posted by JezeC View Post

Any slim fitting, decent quality quilted jackets for $100 to $200? 

What's a a versatile color for navy and grey pants? What about something like Olive?  

Maybe something like this? 

http://www.zara.com/us/en/man/jackets/quilted-jacket-c496501p1293642.html

Two Barbour options

Tinford: http://needsupply.com/tinford-in-navy.html?
I think this comes in olive too? Not sure. It's a little slimmer fit than the one below, and also shorter. (but that Need Supply model is like 6'5" 170 or something absurd

Liddesdale: http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/JCrewingoodcompany/Barbour/PRDOVR~72976/72976.jsp?
post #13644 of 16521
Scandal its the treatment on the clothing and if your talking about h&m look at what its made of its usually wtf is this. A lot of it is garbage but on occasion a affordable decent piece
post #13645 of 16521
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Originally Posted by oboy_oboy View Post


Two Barbour options

Tinford: http://needsupply.com/tinford-in-navy.html?
I think this comes in olive too? Not sure. It's a little slimmer fit than the one below, and also shorter. (but that Need Supply model is like 6'5" 170 or something absurd

Liddesdale: http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/JCrewingoodcompany/Barbour/PRDOVR~72976/72976.jsp?

any reason why Barbour is better than the Zara option? Thanks for the recommendations. Should I stick with Barbour if my budget is under $200? 

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I am looking at Marketplace Classifieds for suits to possibly buy. 

 

People are listing a bunch of measurements (which makes sense). 

 

Which GUIDE / page should I used to get and UNDERSTAND correctly my OWN MEASUREMENTS i.e. Measure myself to match / best find match with the Suits on sale? 

 

I can wear an existing suit and take measurements but I better do it with proper guidance so that I do not measure WRONG PLACES on the suit and body. 

post #13647 of 16521
sizing on buttero sneakers - if I wear a 42 in CP achilles should i get a 42 in buttero? i read they might run a little long.
post #13648 of 16521

If there is one jacket for the winter which one would it be? I need a jacket for Fall/Winter and my budget is around ~$100.

Thanks!

post #13649 of 16521
Look uniqlo you could just get a uld vest and a outerwear piece of your choice
post #13650 of 16521
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Originally Posted by gator88 View Post

Can anyone recommend a boot similar to this but cheaper (250ish or under)?  Like it because it has a smaller profile and is thinner/less clunky.

http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/shoes/AldenForJCrew/PRDOVR~28356/28356.jsp



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Originally Posted by gator88 View Post

Thanks.  Seems like it shouldn't be as hard as it has.

A little late but you can call the shoemart and get on their Aldens second list. Price is then $299 for the shoes, usually a few chukkas on each list
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