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post #106 of 180
AA salt and pepper hoody,
love it.
post #107 of 180
Arrow OCBD from the boys section in Zellers. I copped one in white and blue university stripe. Slim fitting, quality material, and best of all, cheap ($15 on sale!).
post #108 of 180
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Kohl's apt. 9 stuff, especially their button-front sport shirts. 100% cotton, excellent fit, heavy fabric. $21.99 on sale, more money off with coupons.

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For T-shirts and other basics, I prefer the Kohls house brands like Croft&Barrow (definitely moreso than the Target stuff).

I even have some LS cotton button ups from there that I had altered and they look great casual with jeans, etc. and they last a long time.

I like Kohls, Croft and Barrow stuff as well. Only buy on sale, and try to get extra % savings with coupons. Just picked up 100% cotton dress shirt on sale for 16.50. They had some other stuff even cheaper, but the colors were not me.

For everyday wash and wear workwerar I generally buy the wool blends.

I generally hit Ross a few times a week to see what has come in. Today they had Geoffrey Beene French cuff shirts for 15 bucks with silk knots. They didn't have my size though. I'll hit the other Ross up the road and see if they have some tomorrow.


For nicer clothes, I'll wait for Joseph A Banks sales, and get 100% wool dress pants.
post #109 of 180
BDG vnecks from urban outfitters - I find myself reaching for these way too often!
My sexxii Calvin klein boxer briefs from TJ-MAXX - They are usually laying in a big sale pile, I can mix and match styled and colours then stuff them in one bag for around 10 bucks. Girls really like these...... boxers are important
post #110 of 180
Chuck Taylor's
Mossimo V Necks(LOVE EM!!!)
514s
501 STF
Hanes V Necks

Also I gotta say, my best fitting pair of jeans is a pair of the 501s old cut that I thrifted over the summer and they fit incredibly well. Got them for $4. I really wish they hadn't changed their cut...these are way less diaper-y than the newer ones.
post #111 of 180
Levis 501XX StF+511 Adidas Samba American Apparel T-shirts Lands' End knit ties+d-ring belts
post #112 of 180
I don't love no cheap ass clothes that feel or look like garbage.
post #113 of 180
Uniqlo, 514s, Hanes V necks.
post #114 of 180
walmart athletic shorts - $7.50 cheap ass clothing, comfy, perfect for wearing around the house and going to the gym + they have pockets.
post #115 of 180
I see a lot of love for Hanes V necks. I bought 2 and the threading fell apart and holes showed up in the pits after 2-3 washes.
post #116 of 180
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Arrow OCBD from the boys section in Zellers. I copped one in white and blue university stripe. Slim fitting, quality material, and best of all, cheap ($15 on sale!).

But the armholes are fucked. They're so low, I used to have one of these before I found this forum and was just starting to get into clothing... The body is probably slimness of Theory, but with 2x size armholes (theory has decent armhole placement.)
post #117 of 180
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I see a lot of love for Hanes V necks. I bought 2 and the threading fell apart and holes showed up in the pits after 2-3 washes.

theres lots of different qualities of hanes tees, the shit ones are shit, i cant remember what the ones i buy are called, i think 'perfect tee' or something
post #118 of 180
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BDG vnecks from urban outfitters - I find myself reaching for these way too often!
My sexxii Calvin klein boxer briefs from TJ-MAXX - They are usually laying in a big sale pile, I can mix and match styled and colours then stuff them in one bag for around 10 bucks. Girls really like these...... boxers are important

Is this a joke? Unless you're talking about the ones from maybe 2 years back. The ones they release now are literally paper thin and shitty as hell. UO is a joke in general though.
post #119 of 180
Uniqlo T-000s are great, buying new Uniqlo raws used is great.

Classic "loud" sneakers probably get expensive if you make a habit out of them, but taken in small doses, they're surprisingly cheap and great for livening up a fit.
post #120 of 180
russel athletic tanks, aa tees, a&f shorts i have had for 15 years and wear to the gym
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