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Random Fashion Thoughts (Part 3: Style farmer strikes back) - our general discussion thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, Jan 3, 2018.

  1. Zamb

    Zamb Distinguished Member Affiliate Vendor

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    Do you understand how Pricing works with brands?
     

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    Camoshita is a great bet and perfect for your build.

    Schneider is definitely going to work well too.

    Ami or APC can be good too.

    Lemaire if you’re going loose fit and have $$$$

    Uniqlo has nice comfy easy cropped office style trousers.

    Baller knitwear is always good.

    Office lite is too easy come on!
     
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    Aha thanks. I think the main issue for me is feeling comfortable wearing it. I'm so used to wearing head-to-toe geller that i'm worried such a drastic change is going to make me feel uptight. :(
     

  4. MaiLam

    MaiLam Senior Member

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    A lot of Geller trousers would work surely, if not too cropped?
     

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    I thought so but I can feel the 'why is your shirt so wide?' and 'why are your pants cut like that?' comments flowing fast
     

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    Short of wearing Rick Owens tunics with the dick holes (and maybe not even then unless you have your wang out), no one will ever say anything at work about your clothes at work. This doesn't mean that you can wear whatever you want, but whatever your common sense tells you to wear will not raise any eyebrows.
     

  7. FrankCowperwood

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    Maybe Hestra
     

  8. cashchie

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    Yep. Why do you ask ?
     

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    I have some Hestra work gloves that I picked up last spring. Cheep and cheerful. Replaced my old shooting gloves I used to wear as driving gloves.
     

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    Baron Distinguished Member Dubiously Honored

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    I have some deerskin gloves from..........................Home Depot
     

  11. michaellosauro

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    As someone who works in a place filled with folks like you've described, even if those comments come in, they subside quickly because it's no longer new to them. Instead, I'm now finding myself fielding style/fashion questions from guys who were previously too embarrassed to ask questions about clothes. With the dress code sounding pretty casual, I'd say dress how you want, so long as you aren't dressing offensively.
     

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    noob in 89 Distinguished Member

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    I dunno, I wear EG and OL blazers, W +H chinos, and boots.
     

  13. robinsongreen68

    robinsongreen68 Distinguished Member

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    chinos can't be the answer. better wear dress trousers, boring shirt + baller knit as suggested before.
    actually uniqlo ankle pants + oxford shirt looks fine, the only thing that really matters is decent shoes.
     

  14. dieworkwear

    dieworkwear Mahatma Jawndi

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    going to buy these extremely chill gloves at LN-CC


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    Don't love the sole, but these Clark's boots are kinda...ok? :confused2:

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