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post #8596 of 15915
out of these brands, what makes the better casual dress shirt?

acne
BoO
jil
junya
raf
rag&bone
geller

basically, i need some dressier shirts starting monday and i have zero experience with dress shirts (construction, quality, price point, fit)

the rag &bone ones off mrporter look great
post #8597 of 15915
I've been in search for a nice cashmere scarf. Take a look:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/370476335225?_trksid=p5197.c0.m619

This scarf seems longer+skinnier than typical Colombo scarves I've seen online. Is this thing legit & worth the price?
Thanks.
post #8598 of 15915

what is the quality of asos brand clothing? also how is fit?

post #8599 of 15915
any recommendations for high-quality simple/classic wool coats for the winter?
post #8600 of 15915

Where can I get a loopwheeled burgundy crewneck sweater in medium (ie, 38" chest)? Samurai made one, but sadly it's sold out at BiG musicboohoo[1].gif

 


 

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Originally Posted by theecaptain View Post

what is the quality of asos brand clothing? also how is fit?



On par with H&M and sometimes below. It's mostly hit and miss. Their basic tees are really thin and flimsy, but I still have some graphic ones which are of good quality. Shirts are pretty awful. Their jeans are shit too, but surprisingly enough their shorts are actually really durable and (mostly) look good. Expect a slim fit unless stated otherwise.

post #8601 of 15915
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Originally Posted by effang View Post

any recommendations for high-quality simple/classic wool coats for the winter?

If you want simple/classic I would recommend either getting a navy surplus pea coat or go to LL Bean and get a duffle coat. Both look great and you'll never be cold.
post #8602 of 15915
Quote:
Originally Posted by hoozah View Post

out of these brands, what makes the better casual dress shirt?
acne
BoO
jil
junya
raf
rag&bone
geller
basically, i need some dressier shirts starting monday and i have zero experience with dress shirts (construction, quality, price point, fit)
the rag &bone ones off mrporter look great

Why don't you just buy some typical italian MC brand instead?

I guess you're asking because of a new job so if you're going for classic, well constructed, proper fitting dress shirts you are probably going to get a hell of a better deal buying MC than doing SW fashion. The shirt is going to last through trends and will probably have  superior quality for the price.

But maybe that's not what you want?
 

 

post #8603 of 15915
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Originally Posted by Tequila View Post

Where can I get a loopwheeled burgundy crewneck sweater in medium (ie, 38" chest)? Samurai made one, but sadly it's sold out at BiG musicboohoo%5B1%5D.gif

 


 



On par with H&M and sometimes below. It's mostly hit and miss. Their basic tees are really thin and flimsy, but I still have some graphic ones which are of good quality. Shirts are pretty awful. Their jeans are shit too, but surprisingly enough their shorts are actually really durable and (mostly) look good. Expect a slim fit unless stated otherwise.



thanks for the response - i see they have free shipping and returns so i may just order and hope for the best

post #8604 of 15915
please spare me the ridicule but does anyone know of a good website to buy tom dean, ted baker, 7diamonds, Bugatchi at below retail
post #8605 of 15915
I've forgotten the model and name of that classic brand, that offers sunglasses that look sort of like Ray-Ban Clubmasters. Any ideas?
post #8606 of 15915
Bought a pair of casual shoes with distressed look, but could not make out what the upper is made of. Anyone know what material is this and how to care for it? Wax/Polish? Oil?

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post #8607 of 15915
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Originally Posted by xCrunchx View Post

was going through some old Cloak shows and i found:
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Can anyone id what the jacket is called or the sizing on it?
its cloak 2007 spring

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post #8608 of 15915
anyone have recommendation for a nice black blazer?
post #8609 of 15915

I originally made a thread for this question, but at the advice of Nereis, I'm posting it here.  I'd still prefer you answer the question in my thread though, because it'll be less confusing, but any advice is greatly appreciated.  (link - http://www.styleforum.net/t/290696/how-to-wear-a-bowtie-casually-for-a-high-school-student#post_5255628)

 

 

Hi!  I'm completely new to this forum (joined today), so I'm not to familiar as to where this topic would go, so I put it here.  Sorry for any inconvenience.

 

So as the name suggests, I'm going to attempt to start occasionally wearing bowties to school. 

 

Just a little background that I think will be helpful.  

 

I do generally dress well for school no matter the occasion, and am considered by my friends to be the best dressed in the school.  biggrin.gif  That being said, I don't think that wearing bowties to school will be too out there for me.

 

The main question is, how should I go about wearing a bowtie to school, and do you guys think I could pull it off?  My avatar is a picture of me (I'm the guy).

 

My wardrobe as of now consists of several cardigans, blazers, and a vest, plus a variety of colors of V-Neck t-shirts.  The cardigans are black, dark grey, and really light grey.  The blazers are one navy blue, and one short sleeved light grey (this is the one I usually wear because it's more casual).  My vest is a slightly darker grey than my blazer (not so dark as they don't match, but not exactly the same color either).  

 

So what are your suggestions?  Should I try it, how should I, what kind of bowtie(s) should I get, and should I add clothes to my wardrobe to match my cardigan?  (I recently got a job so I should be able to afford low to mid priced clothing)  

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

Oh and just as a note, I do realize that there's a couple other threads on this topic, but I wanted to make a new one so it'd be more personalized for me (sorry if that sounds kind of selfish).

post #8610 of 15915
I can't identify that, but that's really nice Crunch. Hope ya find it one day.
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