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Originally Posted by Rudals View Post
 

Uh...I would have burned them shoes.


Dude. College aged Rudals would've been giddy with possessing such an esteemed brand.

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almost forgot, most excellent job with the suit, @EFV. huge props.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post
 


Dude. College aged Rudals would've been giddy with possessing such an esteemed brand.

College years...I was going thru my clothes from that period and I can't believe I shopped at Banana Repubic and Boss. YUK

post #7204 of 37497
Thread Starter 

I still happily wear Banana Republic for the majority of my non-summer casual fits.

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i tried going into a BR a few months back. couldnt stomach it. /SF snob
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Their shorts are fine. If casual pants fit
Me with clean lines, which they don't, I would happily buy lots of them on sale.

Stitches, where have you been?
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i tried going into a BR a few months back. couldnt stomach it. /SF snob

You have good taste

:fonz: 

 

Speaking of brand snob, for my casual stuff I wear ZEGNA and RLBL casual button down shirts.

I have been forbidden from wearing them as they make me look OLD (per someone at home) and now I have started wearing polo shirts.  

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Tweedy - A combination of jewish and personal events have had me busy. Glad to be back though, and thanks for inquiring, nice to know i was missed.

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Originally Posted by Rudals View Post
 

Uh...I would have burned them shoes.

 

Noob here. What is the best way of burning shoes?

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Originally Posted by Jojo Lapin X View Post
 

 

Noob here. What is the best way of burning shoes?

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post #7211 of 37497
BR isn't bad for some things. They usually have good clearance sales. Decent shirts/sweaters for cheap. I try not to pay retail or anywhere near it for items like that though.
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I wear Banana Republic boxer shorts almost exclusively, with the exception of a few from Takeo Kikuchi.

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Thread Starter 
The majority of my polos are from BR. A few solid tshirts from them as well. Jeans. A few casual jackets. A cardigan or two. Shorts are 50/50 BR/JCrew. Majority of BR were sale items or outlet.

Also, I often wear boat shoes. And dress shirts with shorts, untucked. And a ratty baseball cap.
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I'm still looking for the perfect polo. I have some suitsupply cotton/cashmere ones that feel nice and soft and fit well, but the collar is too floppy. I've had Luxire copy an Eidos polo just from pictures, so I'm wondering how that will turn out. I would've bought an original one, but they don't have any stores in Europe.

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Originally Posted by Jojo Lapin X View Post
 

I wear Banana Republic boxer shorts almost exclusively, with the exception of a few from Takeo Kikuchi.

Shoot, you a high roller.

As I've said before, I wear 6 for $5 boxers from Target :slayer: 

 

Also, when I say polo, I mean RL polo shirts. I think they fit me the best. 

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