So let me start off by saying I've always been one of those guys who wore shorts combined with a lanyard and a basic tee representing my favorite sporting association. But lately I've been expanding and experimenting with my "style" most recent purchases included a button up (I believe that is what you would call it) shirt in plaid from Buckle with just your standard faded jeans (as well as a watch from Citizen got it on a very nice discount as well)
But I'm wanting to delve deeper I guess is what you could say into more styles and not just the I guess preppy look. Something maybe clean and "slick" (hate using that word but I don't know how else to describe it) the only things though is that I'm 18 and only make about 400 dollars every two weeks at my current job so I don't have a whole lot of money to just blow on designer clothing etc. Not only that I'm what most consider to be a pretty large sized guy (I'm 6'4 260 I wear 38,40 the length is 40 and 2xl size shirts) your typical line backer build so to speak. Also I'm lighter skinned (I work overnights so me and the sun meet for a max of 6 hours a day).
Sorry for all the random info but I figured this was the best place to get great information on expanding ones style (also read in a thread a bunch of people asking what size was there clothes complexion etc.)