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Need advice on clothing

Discussion in 'Menswear Advice' started by tyren850, Aug 5, 2016.

  1. tyren850

    tyren850 New Member

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    About to buy a pair of boots, and i really want to start dressing nicer and more adult I guess I should say. No more pacsun, Tillys, and cotton on etc. Iv never been really fashionable but Iv always wanted to be, guess I don't really know how to start

    Here's the boots I'm going to buy or at least interested in
    http://www.thefryecompany.com/James...currency=USD&gclid=CMKn496nqc4CFUM9gQodCa8Leg

    What could I wear with it?
     
  2. Murlsquirl

    Murlsquirl Well-Known Member

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    Link isn't valid...just post a picture.
     
  3. tyren850

    tyren850 New Member

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  4. mensimageconsultant

    mensimageconsultant Well-Known Member

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    Blue or gray jeans and almost any non-black corduroy pants.
     
  5. white collar

    white collar Well-Known Member

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    Get some quality salvage denim jeans (dark).
     
  6. elliekidston

    elliekidston Active Member

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    Even I am looking for a fashionable pair of boots for my boyfriend, how to buy one?
     
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    JSFrieschskys Well-Known Member

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    I hear money can be exchanged for goods or services.
     
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  8. Simon Versus

    Simon Versus New Member

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    I would go with a dark faded denim like these and pair them up with a dark tonal flannel like this
     
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    Black leather jacket & face tats
     
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    white collar Well-Known Member

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    +1 At least one neck tattoo would really tie the look together.
     
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    I would first look to see what type of looks he is most comfortable with as far as what he already has in his wardrobe. The type of clothing he already have should help defind the kind of boot would work best for him. Too many times in the past I had a SO buy me a pair of footwear that did not do with anything I had.

    So, if he wear casual type of clothes then you need to look for a boot that compliments kind of look. Alternatively, if he wears suits or dress slack then you'll need to pick a boot that he can wear with those kind of clothing. A Chelsea boot can be a good compromise between casual and dress. The one the OP posted seem to me too clunky looking. Heck, my jump-boots in the Army looked better than those boots.
     

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