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Advice on brand with similar fit to A&F ?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by ircfas133, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. ircfas133

    ircfas133 Senior member

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    I'm a graduate student in a college town near Chicago. If I dress shirt, people are going to mistaken me as professors.

    Could you guys suggest some other brands similar to A&F? Preferably with the same fabric quality and construction (not those long sleeves for chimps). I just find some of their clothing to be economical/practical for campus living. If I dress a little bit formal, say cord jacket, then people are going to say, hey why you are so dressed up today? Get a date or what?

    Thank you!
     
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    cyc wid it Senior member

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  3. bl@ster

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    Oh, put the popcorn away.

    Yes, check out places like J. Crew, Rugby by Ralph Lauren, Brooks Brothers, etc. Look for the slim fit lines.
     
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  4. ircfas133

    ircfas133 Senior member

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    Wow, the Rugby you suggest looks so nice! I have some BB casual shirts, they fit great so long as I can find extra slim fit (I'm not that skinny...). But their outwear such as jackets are way too formal for campus life (and too roomy unless I can find Milano fit). Is there some thing with similar quality but more casual and fit?

    Does J. Crew offer quality products. My shopping experience is just so-so, and they seem to overprice stuffs most of the time. Thanks!
     


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