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important but casual party in 2 weeks what to wear?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by turboman808, Jul 12, 2010.

  1. turboman808

    turboman808 Senior member

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    Gonna be meeting all of my fiances family so I want to dress to impress BUT they are working class and I don't want to come off looking like a tool. So I think I will stick with blue jeans and maybe some brown drivers. Not sure what shirt to wear but want to stay away from polos. Probably gonna be hot and I sweat so no long sleeves.


    Well if you guys got some ideas you would be helping me out alot. [​IMG]
     
  2. phildo

    phildo Senior member

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    Gonna be meeting all of my fiances family so I want to dress to impress BUT they are working class

    This kinda already makes you sound like a tool.

    I'd skip any leather dress shoes and wear sneakers + jeans + button down with sleeves rolled. Also, don't see why polos are out even tho I don't like them. It's no like they're a symbol of being upper class.
     
  3. mondayc

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    Head-to-toe Raf.
     
  4. turboman808

    turboman808 Senior member

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    This kinda already makes you sound like a tool.

    I'd skip any leather dress shoes and wear sneakers + jeans + button down with sleeves rolled. Also, don't see why polos are out even tho I don't like them. It's no like they're a symbol of being upper class.


    Just trying to describe the scenario. Cut me some slack. LOL

    I've met some of her family already and I always wear a polo it seems. They are gonna start thinking I work at Brooks Brothers.
     
  5. slumdawgbillionaire

    slumdawgbillionaire Well-Known Member

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    how about blue polo with the slim-fitted khakis with white sneakers?
     
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    Head-to-toe Raf.

    LOL'd good to this one.
     
  7. Listi

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    This kinda already makes you sound like a tool. I'd skip any leather dress shoes and wear sneakers + jeans + button down with sleeves rolled. Also, don't see why polos are out even tho I don't like them. It's no like they're a symbol of being upper class.
    Yeah, a lightweight linen shirt or something would probably work pretty well. Polos are hilariously not upper class unless you're in like high school and they have an alligator on them, but why wear one to a party? Make sure sneakers are baller though, high tops a must and patent leather is bonus also: drivers suck
     
  8. Marcus Brody

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    Gonna be meeting all of my fiances family so I want to dress to impress BUT they are working class and I don't want to come off looking like a tool. So I think I will stick with blue jeans and maybe some brown drivers. Not sure what shirt to wear but want to stay away from polos. Probably gonna be hot and I sweat so no long sleeves.


    Well if you guys got some ideas you would be helping me out alot. [​IMG]


    What type of party is it going to be? An outside, bbq type party? An evening get together at someone's house?
     
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    Rolled chinos with ironed-in/sandpapered Skoal ring
     
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    It's your fiancee's family, why aren't you asking her?
     
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    Most of the people on this forum spend thousands of dollars trying to look like "working class" people. Just read what are you wearing for inspiration.
     
  12. slumdawgbillionaire

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    how about a wfe beater, a pair of short, and a pair of rainbow flip flops?
     
  13. Cool The Kid

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    J crew chambray shirt, vintage distressed Levis, off brand work boots, menthol cigarette cologne
     
  14. Mountains

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    Black v-neck tee
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    Sneakers (most will work)
     
  15. Cool The Kid

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    Black v-neck tee Denim Sneakers (most will work)
    Only Lanvins or D-Squared's
     
  16. Mountains

    Mountains Senior member

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    Lanvins probably would work because no one in the real world has any clue what they even look like.
     
  17. Simion505

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    In England cardigans polos with all the buttons up and trackies or skinny jeans are becoming pretty much the uniform for certain types of working class people
     
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    why would you even associate with anyone from the "working class"? yuck.
     
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    Make sure sneakers are baller though..

    [​IMG]
     
  20. msza

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    Mingling with the working class, eh? A button-up or polo should be fine so long as the collar is blue.
     

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