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post #31 of 39
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Originally Posted by bings View Post

as far as i'm concerned if i'm going to advertise for DKNY ot Hugo Boss they can pay to put their clothing on me, not vice versa.

boring socks, watches that are not swiss autos, and anything priced at full retail smile.gif

lol
post #32 of 39
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Originally Posted by DextersMorgan View Post

I stay away from over sized logos on any shirt.  I do not need a fist size image of a horse.

 

It just looks like trash.

post #33 of 39
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

+1 on visible branding
+1 with short sleeve buttoned shirts

I'll also throw in polo shirts.


What's wrong with short sleeve button-ups? I love a lightweight, short-sleeve button-up with the top few buttons undone in the summer.

post #34 of 39
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Originally Posted by cl smooth View Post

anything v-neck
wearing blazers casually
chinos
loafers
any kind of visible pocket square or hankerchief
obnoxious branding or huge patterns (I'm looking at you, givenchy)
peacoats or chesterfields


So what DO you wear?

post #35 of 39
anything BUT those items
post #36 of 39

+10000 to obvious branding

khaki chinos

brogues

v-necks

ties (unless required)

flannel

... I guess almost anything MC

post #37 of 39

chastity devices are a big no-no for me, no matter how much my girlfriend begs

post #38 of 39

Overbranding is a given, plus

 

-Ties if theyre not required. They just dont have a functional purpose and there are more comfortable ways to incorporate color

 

-Deep neck t shirts. so lame

 

-perforated brogues. I may eventually find a pair, I just feel nice, smooth leather is always the cleanest and sharpest look. Plus it seems all the perforations would trap grime

 

-Low quality overpriced fashion denim

 

-Chuck taylors. Im looking to acquire the slim pairs, but the standard ones look like clown shoes

 

-Tears/distressing

 

-studs

 

-faux fur/leather. especially faux leather

post #39 of 39
Most camo clothing. I've seen ties, soles of shoes, and even a camo sport jacket. I just don't get it. Wearing camo in the Army was enough for me.
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