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Looking for jeans and casual clothes stores

cheez111

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Hi,


My work takes me out on long tours to places where I don't get much time to change or iron my clothes.
My work is casual so I don't require being formally dressed.
I've tried a lot of jeans and casual clothes stores but have not found a good reasonable one.
I want something that is durable and affordable. Can someone advice something?

Regards,
Cheez
 

Duveen

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Get Bill's Khakis. They are sturdier than most and stand up well to wear. They are fairly casual. Use the link on top and buy them from STP. And don't buy the M1 cut unless you like really, really wide legs.

For shirts, I dunno.

For shoes, try Allen Edmonds (~$170 online, ~$295 in stores) at the higher end of the 'affordable' spectrum. Charles Tyrwhitt shoes are reasonable with the 50% off coupon and come in some decently casual styles.

Maybe others will do better here, but I fear that most are fairly dressy even in their casual wear.

What brands are you wearing today? Where are you in the country (region)?
 

Bouji

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Massimo Dutti
Zara
Reiss
All are nice smart casual wear.
 

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