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Just dress me

post #1 of 9
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Okay so I've been wearing the same style of clothing since I did in the year 2000.  I'm a 31 year old guy now, 6' tall, a tad husky, and I usually wear baggy (not saggy) jeans or cargo pants (always blue or black), black tennis shoes, along with slightly baggy t-shirts and hooded sweatshirts / front-zip sweat shirts.  I don't even own a suit.  Yes I like things baggy, I grew up in southern Cali, and well, it's just more comfy.... but maybe it's not the best style to be wearing if you're a single guy in the world of dating.  

 

So, could someone just tell me what to get, just dress me please.  I'm your doll... dress me.  Nothing tight though plz.  

post #2 of 9
This is not a self help forum.
post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

This is not a self help forum.

 

I know, I can't even help myself, I want YOU to help me.  

post #4 of 9
this would be hard to do online. sounds like a perfect job for a personal stylist though. im sure there are some available in your town.
post #5 of 9
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Originally Posted by brad-t View Post

This is not a self help forum.

 

please dress me

 

 

 

please

post #6 of 9

what is with SF these days???

post #7 of 9
I almost posted:

"I recommend you buy some unis gios, model yourself after a tumblr like Soul Surfer, and get some big-image gfx tees like http://jhnmyr.tumblr.com/post/41425614723/chief-keef#facebook_thread.

Buy some CPs, gats, or just purcells. "


But I dunno. If you're not a skinny dude, that might look awful. I don't know so much where to guide you unless you get down to small sizes. Bigger dudes on this forum wear layers (hoodies don't count, more like t-1s or t-3s like in that t-shirt pic) or go full MC it seems like.
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Originally Posted by blumac81 View Post

 I'm your doll...

How erotic.
post #9 of 9
Uh, if not locally (probably overpriced and/or dubiously trendy), see below?

This is going to require pictures, information about lifestyle, personality, etc. The clothing/apparel sounds bad as is, and it can be hard finding how to move directly from that to something flattering. In Souther California, layering isn't as practical as it is in many other places. For jeans, non-baggy medium or dark blue Levi's would be a start.
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