Outfit advice for a teenage guy

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by helloall123, Apr 26, 2013.

  1. helloall123

    helloall123 Member

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    Hi,
    I'm a teenage guy slowly getting into the world of style. I just wanted some opinions on this outfit and any advice about how I could make it look even better.

    I was thinking:

    Ralph Lauren blue oxford shirt

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    Tommy Hilfiger slim fit dark wash jeans

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    and to top it all off a pair of Ralph Lauren Tan Suede Hi tops


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  2. ChetB

    ChetB Senior member

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    It's hard to find fault in a blue oxford cloth shirt and dark denim. Make sure the fit is flattering and the top button is unbuttoned and you are golden.
     
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  3. Ich_Dien

    Ich_Dien Senior member

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    Don't waste your money on those shirts by RL - they're rubbish quality.
     
  4. bigbergers

    bigbergers Active Member

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    I cannot imagine my son wear anything else other than jeans and Oxford shirt. It's foolproof outfit even for a middle aged guy.
     
  5. itraxx

    itraxx Senior member

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    Nothing wrong with that, just make sure that everything fits properly.
     
  6. Endeavor

    Endeavor New Member

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    Don't pay more than half retail for the shirt; I have the exact same one and it's falling apart after a few washes.
     
  7. GBR

    GBR Senior member

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    Post this in the Street-wear Forum, more suited to such garments.
     

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