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Starting out fashion wardrobe

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Hey guys I'm fairly young and just starting to develop my fashion wardrobe. Could anyone recommend some brands to focus on or to help me with a rough idea where I should be looking. I'm looking for some casual clothes like chinos, shorts, denim, t-shirts, polo's, jackets, knitwear, anything and the same for a bit more classy/formal clothes. I like slim pants/denim and slim tops as well as I'm fairly tall and thin. Anything you have to add would be greatly appreciated even just some general help.

Thanks :)

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As you'll soon learn through browsing, your question is simply impossible to answer. Stick around, learn about stylr and your own preferences, and build your wardrobe SLOWLY. Welcome.
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Thanks :) yeah I thought it was a long shot it's quite a big question since everyone is unique and each label has a slightly different fit and fabric and each person has personally preferences. I have been browsing and I love a lot of the style and especially the uniqueness offered here. Just so this thread doesn't go to complete waste, maybe people could post personal preferences?

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To make this useful to you, why don't you post a pic of yourself wearing something you feel fits well (go ahead and blur your face) just to see your body shape. Also post some pics of styles you like or want to emulate.

Then we can give you brands that have that cut, etc.
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Originally Posted by saiyar1 View Post

To make this useful to you, why don't you post a pic of yourself wearing something you feel fits well (go ahead and blur your face) just to see your body shape. Also post some pics of styles you like or want to emulate.
Then we can give you brands that have that cut, etc.


this is  definitely a good idea.

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