Dressing your age: Is it important?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by kayhill, Sep 10, 2013.

Is it important to dress your age?

  1. Yes, you want to try hard not to look like you tried too hard

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  2. No, fuck what anybody else thinks and do whatever makes you happy.

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  3. Depends on the situation

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  1. Ecstasy

    Ecstasy Senior member

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    Isn't it important to dress well more than anything else?

    I suppose too tight-fitting means juvenile and too loose-fitting is old? The third option is a good fit and is always the best.

    In other words, to dress your age is to dress poorly.
     
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    cptjeff Senior member

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    Damn it, I forgot to edit that. I was playing around with that bit, and had it as two, then three, then back as two, and as you can see...
     
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    Fuck what anybody else thinks and do whatever makes me happy, because I can. :nodding:
     
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  5. JayH

    JayH Senior member

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    Being in my early twenties most of my mates wear T shirts and hoodies for a majority of the time. I usually reserve wearing t shirts for sleeping of just around the house, i just feel more comfortable wearing a button up shirt, albeit untucked and sleeves rolled up.
     

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