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post #121 of 128
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Originally Posted by aph999 View Post

Dress well, be confident, don't apologize for it, and disregard how others want you to dress.

Amen, brother. Amen!
post #122 of 128

Listen. Ignore. Keep styling! :)

post #123 of 128
I hardly use a tie but u consider myself well dressed, and in some occasions other colleagues were always laughing by the way I overdressed. My statement once was
: I am not the one overdressing, you are the ones that look like sh...t

End of the story
post #124 of 128
Thread Starter 

So here's an update almost a year later...

 

I took most people's advice and bought better fitting clothing, shoes and sport coats. I often wear a sport coat with odd trousers and a pocket square. Over time, people started questioning less and started to compliment more. Actually, I've started to get a lot of compliments from co-workers. In addition, some colleagues have started to follow in my footsteps (buying sport coats and pocket squares), yet there's still the question about the quality of clothes they're purchasing.


All in all, it seems to be more accepted. Thanks for all the helpful, and some not so helpful, responses.

post #125 of 128
^ Glad to hear things have ben working out well.
post #126 of 128
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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post

this is hilarious

post #127 of 128
seems like a happy ending, good for you



ps. VinnyMac is an obnoxious douche, booooooooo !!!
post #128 of 128
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Originally Posted by Calder View Post

Bond is a cad. He wears dinner jackets during the day.

...anyone that says this has more problems than Bond.
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