I just pray the people invoking Hermes Man are referring to the trollish aspect and not the designer label aspect (given that Hermes Man apparently refuses to buy anything but full-MSRP authentic goods and this is the utmost polar opposite). And as for the people casually responding about shorts vs pants, well, they're already beyond prayer . . . .
Speaking for the group, I think we all answered "no" before actually clicking on the link. To the OP: You are young and seem to mean well, so lose this t-shirt. You should dress for two reasons: 1. for yourself. 2. to impress hot chicks. This does not qualify. Read here for a while and you will find a few things that will give you better ideas. Better yet, head on over to the Street Wear forum and get some ideas there, too.
Speaking for the group, I think we all answered "no" before actually clicking on the link. You are young and seem to mean well, so lose this t-shirt. You should dress for two reasons: 1. for yourself. 2. to impress hot chicks. This does not qualify.
LV makes plenty of nice plain tees for the people who don't mind spending $200-400 on cotton short-sleeve items. The ones with all-over monograms and/or "LOUIS VUITTON" in 5 places are never the real deal. (This rule does not apply to outerwear or accessories, sadly.)
Welcome to SF, jjosephs. Unfortunately, the folks on this forum will not be particularly receptive to the style that you are seeking to project with that t-shirt. Folks on this forum prefer talking about suits, ties, dress shoes, and custom tailoring. Hence the slew of offhanded remarks. As others have suggested, you could try the Streetwear & Denim section of this forum; however, I am unsure if you will have much better luck there, either. That said, I am not sure that t-shirt is particularly flattering. I am not a fan of the color, and the pattern. Its fit is reasonable, I suppose, given that it is a t-shirt. But there's not a whole lot I can say outside of that. However, if you are interested in improving your sense of classic style, you are more than welcome to stick around here. Once you get over the odd sense of humor (and snark), you will find that it is an enjoyable place with a lot to offer!