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post #31 of 35
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weird advice in this thread. non-iron dress shirts usually are very shiny and plastic-looking, and ironing isn't hard

I haven't seen any shiny plastic-looking ones, only treated cotton. Try Nordstrom Smartcare.

post #32 of 35
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Ummm I've got a 1000$ clothing budget. Is this to much or should i lower the amount.

You are really a planner, use that.

 

You can get good style on any budget. It's not about the cost, its about caring.

post #33 of 35
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What do you guys think about ties, specifically knit ties?

post #34 of 35
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What do you guys think about ties, specifically knit ties?


That they should have died back in the 80's.  On a college campus though?  I really can't see it.

post #35 of 35

I'd recommend getting your basics from a store like Uniqlo for a few hundred and then spending money on accessories like boots, watch and leather bag. Devote a hundred or so on interesting things that appeal to you that aren't necessarily essentials (Like ties? Wear a tie whether or not it's cool - go crazy). That was pretty much what I wore for my entire time on campus. 

 

If you dress the way you want, you'll probably find people dressed similarly (eventually), who may also be like-minded. It might be helpful for an introvert, as you mentioned you are. 

 

Just my opinion! 

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