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Please help with redoing wardrobe

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by tww47, Jan 30, 2013.

  1. mensimageconsultant

    mensimageconsultant Senior member

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    To do the job right requires more information. If he provides it here, you will see some of that advice.
     
  2. Bam!ChairDance

    Bam!ChairDance Senior member

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    I think tww47 made the wise decision a while ago to evacuate this thread

    No one knows for sure where he is, but some people claim to have seen him in the StyleZeitgeist classifieds, stocking up on LUC longsleeves and CCP suits
     
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  3. max_r

    max_r Senior member

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    People just dont like the way you're plugging your company on the forum.

    Probably also doesn't help that you've never posted a fit pic and your website is full of stock images.
     
  4. kindofyoung

    kindofyoung Senior member

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    Mensimageconsultant, I'd like to know why you think buying all your stuff from one brand is unwise, you keep mentioning it but never explain why.
    For real, if I had the cash, I wouldn't mind an all (for example) KKA-wardrobe
     
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  5. MikeDT

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  6. mensimageconsultant

    mensimageconsultant Senior member

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    KKA?

    Anyway, because brands are either generic (so that the wearer will look boring) or loud or culture-specific (so that the person will stand out in a bad way to more than a few onlookers). (Which isn't to say that all one-brand choices are equally bad - Ralph Lauren likely would be one of the safer choices.) Also, because things change, people might outgrow those brands (in fit, tastes, trendiness, or life circumstances) and then be left with nothing. Other reasons probably could be cited. Edit: like the fact that few brands have a quality range of products across all the potential (if infrequent) situational needs of the potential customer.
     
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  7. ImaPro

    ImaPro Senior member

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    kazuyuki kumagai attachment

    You dont have a very big budget so buying a 'boring' good fitting wardrobe is a good option, especially because you are likely to change style once you've been exposed to fashion for a few months. $700 is the price for a jacket/blazer on sale for most designers which you might not like in 6 months. A pair of raw jeans will more than likely outlast your change in style.
     
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