Dressing nicer?

Nov 27, 2012 @ 09:59
Anyone got some good outfits for someone trying to dress more "presentable?"
Nov 27, 2012 @ 13:13
Alot of company's (diamond supply,matix,etc) make button ups and chino pants or shorts make for a nice presentable outfit, my favorite chinos are either empyre or volcom. Again Matix makes great chinos too. As for shoes, usually boat shoes top off a good "presentable" outfit, guess it depends on the climate you're in

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Nov 27, 2012 @ 13:57
i work in business casual ... honestly i rock a lotta jcrew because its a nice clean look not tons of style and fairly affordable (outlet always has slim washed shirts for $25-35 and those are my shit) .. dockers alpha khakis, gap khakis, banana republic or jcrew socks and sweaters, a nice pea coat for winter and thinner version for spring/summer...

desert boots, wallabees, suede shoes with color in em, and my louis damier belt every day ... nice cleanish look, not dressed up too much or too little, dont have to tuck in the shirts (but could and could wear with ties as well) ... for suits, its banana republic or jcrew again for me (outlet style, under $200 always for a suit then $25-30 for a tailor) ..

imho nice slimmer cut stuff makes you look more grown up, keep that in mind ..

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Nov 27, 2012 @ 16:24
^ good answer

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Nov 29, 2012 @ 01:28
i work in business casual ... honestly i rock a lotta jcrew because its a nice clean look not tons of style and fairly affordable (outlet always has slim washed shirts for $25-35 and those are my shit) .. dockers alpha khakis, gap khakis, banana republic or jcrew socks and sweaters, a nice pea coat for winter and thinner version for spring/summer...

desert boots, wallabees, suede shoes with color in em, and my louis damier belt every day ... nice cleanish look, not dressed up too much or too little, dont have to tuck in the shirts (but could and could wear with ties as well) ... for suits, its banana republic or jcrew again for me (outlet style, under $200 always for a suit then $25-30 for a tailor) ..

imho nice slimmer cut stuff makes you look more grown up, keep that in mind ..


I like it, got any pictures ? lol
Nov 29, 2012 @ 01:40
just cut out the graphic tees and rock some plain ones and button downs son. aint that hard. also revert to straight leg/skinny pants and lose the baggy shit
Nov 29, 2012 @ 01:46
i work in business casual ... honestly i rock a lotta jcrew because its a nice clean look not tons of style and fairly affordable (outlet always has slim washed shirts for $25-35 and those are my shit) .. dockers alpha khakis, gap khakis, banana republic or jcrew socks and sweaters, a nice pea coat for winter and thinner version for spring/summer...

desert boots, wallabees, suede shoes with color in em, and my louis damier belt every day ... nice cleanish look, not dressed up too much or too little, dont have to tuck in the shirts (but could and could wear with ties as well) ... for suits, its banana republic or jcrew again for me (outlet style, under $200 always for a suit then $25-30 for a tailor) ..

imho nice slimmer cut stuff makes you look more grown up, keep that in mind ..


I like it, got any pictures ? lol


suspect as fuck LOL

fukasignature.com ... glad we have these back tho

Nov 29, 2012 @ 01:49
It's not hard to dress that way.
All @touchdowntodd did was list brands.
Simple.

Go to Dockers, Gap, Banana Republic and Jcrew.
Look at how the mannequins are styled.
Done.

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Nov 29, 2012 @ 01:58
Ambig, Comune and Bellfield have nice smart casual/dressy items. You should check them out.. clean chinos, clean shirts, blazers and jackets are their forte.
Nov 29, 2012 @ 04:11
look up the brand Liful (its a korean brand)
Nov 29, 2012 @ 05:04
Thanks, guys!! Now I just need some shoes! What are some affordable shoes ?
Nov 29, 2012 @ 05:05
cop some clarks .. they last FOREVER

fukasignature.com ... glad we have these back tho

Nov 29, 2012 @ 05:06
cop some clarks .. they last FOREVER


Alright, thanks bruh. You helped a lot lol
Nov 29, 2012 @ 06:20
i work in business casual ... honestly i rock a lotta jcrew because its a nice clean look not tons of style and fairly affordable (outlet always has slim washed shirts for $25-35 and those are my shit) .. dockers alpha khakis, gap khakis, banana republic or jcrew socks and sweaters, a nice pea coat for winter and thinner version for spring/summer...

desert boots, wallabees, suede shoes with color in em, and my louis damier belt every day ... nice cleanish look, not dressed up too much or too little, dont have to tuck in the shirts (but could and could wear with ties as well) ... for suits, its banana republic or jcrew again for me (outlet style, under $200 always for a suit then $25-30 for a tailor) ..

imho nice slimmer cut stuff makes you look more grown up, keep that in mind ..


you were doing good till that part
Nov 29, 2012 @ 06:21
lol wifee bought me it ... i think its hilarious and im always wearin brown at work so it matches (not the ugly ass white one)

fukasignature.com ... glad we have these back tho

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