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post #496 of 755
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
i've been having a look at moleskin, and cords i guess. I probably will get some, but i don't mind a little bit of juxtaposition. Plus, flannel and tweed aren't that formal.

Moleskines are the closest you can get to sweatpants without wearing sweatpants imo, I pretty much wear them because they're comfortable in a different way from flannel and linen.
post #497 of 755
I feel like I have two distinct wardrobes now. One of them of them is on the preppy side and the other is a little more avant garde. I'm not sure how important overall cohesion is, but I feel like I can put together good fits in either camp.
post #498 of 755
Losing weight... shifting towards a looser, somewhat draped aesthetic, at least to an experimental degree
post #499 of 755
Seasons really affect me. Every winter I vow to only wear all-black, avant-garde pieces, and by early June I'm buying white suede Allen Edmonds and cardigans. But as I enter my 20s, my style's generally heading toward timeless items. I'm looking for well-made pieces whose construction and styling won't be outdated any time soon.
post #500 of 755
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post #501 of 755
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I realised yesterday that all items I wore were 2-4 years old (j crew chambray shirt, Duffer red chambray pants, ll bean dirty bucks). And I still thought it looked fresh. Only thing Ive added recently are two pairs of good khakis, but thats far from a change style wise, more of and update.
post #502 of 755
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
I feel like I have two distinct wardrobes now. One of them of them is on the preppy side and the other is a little more avant garde. I'm not sure how important overall cohesion is, but I feel like I can put together good fits in either camp.

guess that's how I am in a way except I know I look way better on one side compared to the other

however, summer (luckily?) limits me to one side
post #503 of 755
i dressed like an amjack yesterday. pumas, funky true religion jeans and stripey shirt. i wore those things like 4 years ago. dunno how i got there agen.
post #504 of 755
I'm with you, branss. Classic, quality pieces that fit like a dream are what I want filling my closet.

I'm studying abroad in Europe for about half a year come next Spring, and have already begun to consider what I wish to pack for the trip (only the bare essentials). As I'm making this list, I'm beginning to realize exactly what I want, aesthetically. I think the whole desert island scenario is a great to zero in on one's personal aesthetic, and also a great way to find one's "outfit."

Eh?
post #505 of 755
Buying more expensive t-shirts. That's about it for right now.
post #506 of 755
get with it
post #507 of 755
I guess if I had to give a term to what I'm looking for my style to become it would have to be a mixture of an average GQ young-man style ( l/s button-downs in a myriad of colors with rolled-up sleeves, chinos, denim, bracelets, boots) and average college student (graphic and no-graphics tees, only Vans authentic sneakers and not caps). I like both of these styles and enjoy choosing which one I'll wake-up and put-on. I want my wardrobe to have clothes I can wear all year round.
post #508 of 755
I'm slowly being sucked into the Damir Doma universe. Rick Owens also has some appeal for me, but there isn't enough color
post #509 of 755
^ I admire that kind of style (RO, Doma, etc.), I've ordered the odd item here and there but never really wore or kept them. The thing with those types of brand/styles is I find the looks are just a bit severe for whatever setting I'm in. The same goes for even the few Robert Geller items I have. If I'm not at work (in chinos and collared shirts), I'm usually out with my wife and/or son where "plain"/active clothes are more ideal. So that edgier style is something I can only admire looking at, while my own style has gotten more "classic dad" I guess.
post #510 of 755
Actually, as a revision of my previous statement, I've been following high fashion runways and products more closely, and am really loving some of the wilder statement pieces. I'm especially a fan of fair isle/navajo/geometric printing seen in brands like White Mountaineering, Sunny Sports, Junya Watanabe, Ervell, Sidian/Ersatz/Vanes, and so on. I think that if one were to pursue an otherwise classic aesthetic (chinos, dark denims, white OCBD's), a single statement piece from one of these brands would be really cool. Unfortunately, I don't have the funds at the moment to actually attempt such sartorial daring IRL Anyone else sweating these crazy patterns as much as me? edit: Found a blog that matches almost perfectly with what I've been looking for, and in the process I've discovered that it's obscure Japanese fashion that I'm really in love with. The site: http://jamesrmcnally.com/
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