yea, there's nothing menacing or stereotypical adopting a suedehead look. The whole thing about taking on the traditional skinhead style of dress is that others will look at you and think "oh there goes a nicely dress young man wearing old man clothes" haha, but that's some shit you can grow old with and never follow 5-minute fashion like the rest of the herds It's all about the details, making sure trousers are hemmed just right, tapered just right, clean and pressed...just maintaining some sort of smartness and a consciousness to fit. And ultimately it's all about working class clothes so there's no need to go for expensive labels (unless you want to) since all the gear is available for an affordable price hey ya got the JtG shirt already, so ya gots yer foot in the door already I was also thinking of going the suedehead route. My current attempt has been preppy meets skinhead, but is coming off more preppy than anything. Other than slightly longer hair and the omission of boots as daily wear, what are the differences in dress between the skin and suede? Could you offer any insight to someone trying to make this transition?