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If you posted a picture of your "typical" style, it might be easier to comment on fit.I am looking to spend between 200-300 dollars. I am 5'11, 200 pounds. Kind of athletic build but not really, alot of the weigh is in my legs though. I wear size 36 and L shirts, depending on the shirt.
For example: Express T shirts- I wear Xl.. I personally hate the way they fit me though
Gap Jeans: I have a pair of 36/30's, I think ,and I LOVE the way they fit. So, I would like to know what fits similar to Gap jeans that are better jeans? Or should I stick with gap?
My wardrobe consists of AE, Express.. I don't really have many clothes!
Basically, I need to get essentials. The stuff to look fresh! I need shoes, t shirts, dress shirts, the whole works.
If you posted a picture of your "typical" style, it might be easier to comment on fit.
Don't want to be an asshole, but the only place that may give you good advice is Streetwear and Denim. But, honestly, this is a clothing enthusiasts site and your situation really doesn't jive with what people will be telling you. Even the "great deals" we think we get are pricey, and people like high end items here.
Yeah basically everyone reiterated what I posted earlier: