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post #586 of 761
^ that is me right now and I like it.

So direction, check
Just have to refine it

mf, toj off the top of my head do the whole minimalistic+color/patterns/tones well in a balanced way.
post #587 of 761

just some standard stuff but with a unique style/color of my own.

 

lets say i gotta have shawl collar cardigan and deep v cardigan and a low v cardigan and a shawl herringbone sweatshirt that would complete it.

 

also like to buy 2-3 raw denims and the rest washed. black, blue, light blue, dark blue, waxed. like dior jeans, D&G, se7ens, diesels, dsquared...etc.

 

various of v-necks, crew necks tees. sweaters. usually virgin wool/wool/cashmere types of higher end qualities.

 

henley longsleeve shirt. just a little added style of clothing.

 

just the basics but not too plain and crappy looking. also very high in quality.

 

 

before it was just some gaundy crap like true religion and some fucking lame graphic design crap. pretty rare for me right now to find the right graphic tee. except i rather have it original printed like the horiyoshi clothing line...liek the black tee with a tiger on rock.  thats how u really make a graphic designed tee.

 

basically i just have alot of variety. i dont try to overfashion myself like some of the ppl here and sufu. no offense if it makes u happy and fits UR type of style/fit then all the best to u.

 

my style is just stylish enough for everybody to admire. thats for damn sure. 

post #588 of 761
i have no idea
post #589 of 761
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just some standard stuff but with a unique style/color of my own.

lets say i gotta have shawl collar cardigan and deep v cardigan and a low v cardigan and a shawl herringbone sweatshirt that would complete it.

also like to buy 2-3 raw denims and the rest washed. black, blue, light blue, dark blue, waxed. like dior jeans, D&G, se7ens, diesels, dsquared...etc.

various of v-necks, crew necks tees. sweaters. usually virgin wool/wool/cashmere types of higher end qualities.

henley longsleeve shirt. just a little added style of clothing.

just the basics but not too plain and crappy looking. also very high in quality.


before it was just some gaundy crap like true religion and some fucking lame graphic design crap. pretty rare for me right now to find the right graphic tee. except i rather have it original printed like the horiyoshi clothing line...liek the black tee with a tiger on rock.  thats how u really make a graphic designed tee.

basically i just have alot of variety. i dont try to overfashion myself like some of the ppl here and sufu. no offense if it makes u happy and fits UR type of style/fit then all the best to u.

my style is just stylish enough for everybody to admire. thats for damn sure. 

Obvious troll post is obvious.
post #590 of 761
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Originally Posted by ChronBong View Post

just some standard stuff but with a unique style/color of my own.

lets say i gotta have shawl collar cardigan and deep v cardigan and a low v cardigan and a shawl herringbone sweatshirt that would complete it.

also like to buy 2-3 raw denims and the rest washed. black, blue, light blue, dark blue, waxed. like dior jeans, D&G, se7ens, diesels, dsquared...etc.

various of v-necks, crew necks tees. sweaters. usually virgin wool/wool/cashmere types of higher end qualities.

henley longsleeve shirt. just a little added style of clothing.

just the basics but not too plain and crappy looking. also very high in quality.


before it was just some gaundy crap like true religion and some fucking lame graphic design crap. pretty rare for me right now to find the right graphic tee. except i rather have it original printed like the horiyoshi clothing line...liek the black tee with a tiger on rock.  thats how u really make a graphic designed tee.

basically i just have alot of variety. i dont try to overfashion myself like some of the ppl here and sufu. no offense if it makes u happy and fits UR type of style/fit then all the best to u.

my style is just stylish enough for everybody to admire. thats for damn sure. 

Wait are you....an Alpha Male?
post #591 of 761
Lol.
post #592 of 761
Finding it easier to experiment with my style in college. I'm not really wearing anything that would make someone stop and look at how well dressed I am, but I'm still a lot more well dressed than all my friends.

I find a good thing to do is to buy the Uniqlo, see how much you wear it then buy a better version of it. You pretty much never regret a purchase and the Uniqlo item you bought becomes beater clothing. Just upped my oxford game and I roll with BB ESF now. I rotate between my Skull 5010 jeans, N&F Weird Guy in Indigo (not a huge fan of the fit), N&F Duck pants in skinny guy (love the fit), and a collection of Uniqlo Vintage Chinos. Have my own collection of plain and graphic t-shirts on the days when I'm just another college student. Three flannels for fall wear and a few hoodies and crewneck sweatshirts. Rotate between Vans, adidas Sambas, Clarks DB, and LLB Katahdin Boots. Main outerwear are a North Face down jacket, Peacoat, and a M65 parka for rainy days. Get me another pair of denim where I absolutely nail down the fit and maybe another pair of boots and possibly a pair of CPs and I'm set for the rest of my 4 years of college.

I really want to find a navy blazer that I would feel comfortable wearing for the next 10 years.
post #593 of 761
Dark military inspired wool knitted stuff with combat boots..... guess that will be the huge part of me this year. But there is still this small part of me wanting vibrant streetwear styling (think Rehacer, TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloIst and stuff)... guess I can have that during my "off" days. It is almost impossible for me to keep up with 2 styles.... ain't got the dough to do that.
post #594 of 761
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Dark military inspired wool knitted stuff with combat boots.....

that's what I've been working on too... here's my problem though, I've realized and observed that like half of what everyone else is wearing (ie the GAP) is somewhat military inspired in a watered down way, so even if I'm wearing actual vintage pieces or modern designer versions, somehow we end up looking too similar. Like I wear minimalist clean cuts with subtle military themes and colors - eg green crew sweater with epilettes, beige slim khakis with cargo pockets and brown boots...

how can I 'up my game' even if the overall look I'm going for seems somewhat common?
post #595 of 761
I got sick of any formal anything after working as a host-cum-manager all summer and winter, so now it's a little wilder and more androgynous... gonna get a bit of a pixie cut and some thick slouchy sweaters in rich colors and some Docs or little venetian loafers or something, maybe some jewelry depending on what I can find. Something I can credibly wear to art school parties.
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post

that's what I've been working on too... here's my problem though, I've realized and observed that like half of what everyone else is wearing (ie the GAP) is somewhat military inspired in a watered down way, so even if I'm wearing actual vintage pieces or modern designer versions, somehow we end up looking too similar. Like I wear minimalist clean cuts with subtle military themes and colors - eg green crew sweater with epilettes, beige slim khakis with cargo pockets and brown boots...
how can I 'up my game' even if the overall look I'm going for seems somewhat common?

I mean if you just want to distinguish yourself from people who aren't consciously buying a certain style of clothing, there are price barriers that you can smash through in terms of fabric and construction. Really textured knitwear, a tweed coat with really noticeable fibers, lots of nice leather gear. In the winter, just having a fitted sportcoat (with patches and a throat latch or something) between your sweater and your overcoat will be bonus points. But what you want is sitting right in the comfort zone of the unfashionable male - dark neutral colors, military styling, 'nothing too fancy' - and it's an easy game for low-end designers to play since they can mix and match military detailing ad infinitum and sell it every season.
post #596 of 761
I used to be really into that Thom browne punk prep things and i still am sort of but I'm getting into the cabourn look more and more everyday so I guess that's where I'm heading and thank god for that because it'll be easier to find stuff and for much cheaper too.

Although what I wear during the summer will never ever change. It'll always be grey and navy polo shirts, and olive and beige chinos.

Also I'll probably always wear mcnairy shoes because that's the only part of my clothing arsenal I don't mind having fun with colour wise.
post #597 of 761
Lol art school parties
post #598 of 761
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Wait are you....an Alpha Male?


u could say that, being said i do go to the gym 5x a week.

 

and my last purchase was mij 19cm raw diors which i am wearing right now trying to break in those mean fukers. :)

post #599 of 761
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u could say that, being said i do go to the gym 5x a week.

ooooooooh. Never seen that before...
post #600 of 761
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ooooooooh. Never seen that before...


yea u dont around here for sure. 95% of u are skinny as $hit.

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