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Need help choosing clothes for new school year

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Tater_Salad, Aug 15, 2004.

  1. Tater_Salad

    Tater_Salad Member

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    I'm going to be a senior in high school and am trying to get out of wearing t-shirts all the time. I also don't want to follow the fashions the various groups around school use, such as punk, goth and the "hippie" look. Can anyone recommend me some wardrobe ideas that stand out but are very nice and have a clean look to them?
     
  2. murrayhilljw

    murrayhilljw New Member

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    check out the dress shirts on ebay. here is a link for a person that i have just recently bought from: http://cgi6.ebay.com/ws....-1&rd=1 wear them with jeans and sneakers, for that euro look that is hot now
     
  3. Tater_Salad

    Tater_Salad Member

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    Won't the length on the shirt be too much? Are there dress shirts like those but shorter so they are meant to be worn out instead of tucked in?
     

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