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[Lifestyle Edition]
FORUMS:
http://www.forums.filmnoirbuff.com/viewforum.php?id=13
https://www.reddit.com/r/NavyBlazer/
https://www.styleforum.net/forums/classic-menswear.5/
http://thecurriculum.net/forum/

BLOGS:

American:
http://www.ivy-style.com/
https://www.saltwaternewengland.com/
http://www.dressdecoded.com/
http://sartorialtalks.com/en/
http://theivyleaguelook.blogspot.com/

European:
http://thelandlessgentry.blogspot.com/
http://tweedlandthegentlemansclub.blogspot.com/
https://bespokeunit.com/
http://www.manolo.se/
http://claseleganciaydistincion.blogspot.com/

Not being updated anymore:
http://www.fivepointfox.com/
http://anaffordablewardrobe.blogspot.com/
http://alexandergrant.blogspot.com/
https://inner-city-style.blogspot.com/
http://thetrad.blogspot.com/
http://oxfordclothbuttondown.com/
http://maxminimus.blogspot.com/
http://www.mreero.com/


READS/BOOKS/ALBUMS:
Quick guide to prep: https://www.mreero.com/journal/how-to-dress-like-a-prep
The Preppy Handbook: https://issuu.com/fiyero109/docs/toph
Nautical clothing guide: https://epochs.co/features/epochs-guide-to-nautical-clothing?p=nauticalpost
Boat shoe complex lacing guide: https://blog.sperry.com/stories/style/lacing-guide/
Waxing Barbours: https://www.saltwaternewengland.com/2019/09/waxing-barbour.html
80s Inspo compilation: http://www.ivy-style.com/heres-to-a-preptastic-year-the-1982-prep-for-all-seasons-calendar.html
Inspo albums: https://imgur.com/a/SRKjs and https://imgur.com/a/eEw6B

Where to find clothing:
https://pastebin.com/XuddAMgt (Provisional, European)
https://pastebin.com/87NkiESk (Fair Isle and other sweaters, European)
https://pastebin.com/Tsu6xGLg (OCBD, General)
https://pastebin.com/K38rwSTS (Spanish shoes, European)

Previous Thread

>>14692573

>> No.14700202

>>14700201
Instagrams:

Prep:

https://www.instagram.com/kjp/
https://www.instagram.com/alexstourbe/
https://www.instagram.com/dixielandtrad/
https://www.instagram.com/thepreppytexan/
https://www.instagram.com/thepreppynewenglander/
https://www.instagram.com/sweatbrah/
https://www.instagram.com/josephcrabb/
https://www.instagram.com/wmbrownproject/
https://www.instagram.com/thepreppyguy/
https://www.instagram.com/pjhavel/
https://www.instagram.com/hardinglane/
https://www.instagram.com/seangaleburke/
https://www.instagram.com/howieguja/
https://www.instagram.com/_______jung/
https://www.instagram.com/kazuyahiramatsu/
https://www.instagram.com/sophieschumacher0/
https://www.instagram.com/carly/
https://www.instagram.com/abbycapalbo/
https://www.instagram.com/robinvancrabb/
https://www.instagram.com/northeasternnautical/
https://www.instagram.com/jackiegreaney/
https://www.instagram.com/thenavyprep/
https://www.instagram.com/kileyskeff/

Trad:

https://www.instagram.com/acutestyle/
https://www.instagram.com/tintinfellow/
https://www.instagram.com/andreasweinas/
https://www.instagram.com/oskarsalomonsson/
https://www.instagram.com/thelandlessgentry/
https://www.instagram.com/dave_money3/
https://www.instagram.com/kleidsam/
https://www.instagram.com/fifi_le_car/
https://www.instagram.com/parisian_gentleman/
https://www.instagram.com/mrsalomonsson/
https://www.instagram.com/muffyaldrich/
https://www.instagram.com/the_mulberry_tree_lifestyle/
https://www.instagram.com/eleanoraudet/
https://www.instagram.com/sonyaglyn/

Ivy:

https://www.instagram.com/benton.down/
https://www.instagram.com/leelobean/
https://www.instagram.com/oxfordclothbuttondown/
https://www.instagram.com/arnoldsteiner/
https://www.instagram.com/tko3r/
https://www.instagram.com/dick.carroll/
https://www.instagram.com/gezzaseyes/
https://www.instagram.com/georgewbush/
https://www.instagram.com/sartorialchap/
https://www.instagram.com/psy3927/
https://www.instagram.com/watatanigahaku/

>> No.14700254

Last thread hasn't died yet

>> No.14700281
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Ordered picrel, did I fuck up?

>> No.14700286

>>14700281
Not if you like it and it’s comfy

>> No.14700344

>>14700281
No

>> No.14700350
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>> No.14700354
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>> No.14700360

Daily reminder that if you don't lift at least 1/2/3/4 at the age 20+ then your opinion doesn't matter, so refrain from posting.

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>> No.14700374

>>14700354
btw people in here who shit on Slim fit, this pic was from the 50s and the guy in front is clearly wearing very well-fitted white trousers. His sweater is also very form fitting. Trad/fags will cry about this, but prep and ivy are very slim-fit friendly, nothing looks better and smarter than well-fitted clothes.

>> No.14700382

>>14700374
The guy looks like a freakin loser compared to the glorious drape god that is walking just behind him.

>> No.14700386

>>14700226
You can contact Harvey and Hudson and try their clothes on if you're in London. Generally for newbies you're right though in terms of trying clothes on.

>> No.14700387

>>14700374
He was probably taking miles of dick of his fellow students on weekends though.

>> No.14700400

>>14700374
literally everyone/where in the world is transfixed on slim fit (this is slowly changing though), why do you need to fight for the approval of the one safe space where people can discuss building more traditional cut clothes

also that picture is from the 1960's, and there's a world of difference between the overall trend of slimming down from trad->prep and some guy in uniqlocrew shit pretending his low rise pants and darted shirt dont make him look like a klinefelter goblin

>> No.14700405

>>14700374
Slim fit appears in many old inspo pics frequently posted here. It gets the hate because LARPing

Skinny fit is a no-no

>> No.14700415

>>14700366
Looks like the chap in the middle stole the lapels from the guys to his right lmao.

I particularly like this picture because of the variety of the fits. I feel like /tip/ forces you into this cookie cutter hole when actually people wore a huge variety of fits and styles back then. Just look at all those shirts:
>tee shirts
>point collars
>only one button down
>ties/no ties
>argyle jumper
>wide/thin lapels
>what looks like a plaid weekend/work jacket
>cricket sweater
>harrington jackets

>> No.14700419

Slim fit gets hate because it looks terrible on fatties and /fa/ is full of fat asses.

>> No.14700422

>>14700366
Not really an inspo pic imo. This is just how slobs used to dress back in the day. It shouldn't come of as a surprise that not everyone should be glorified as a /tip/ fashion icon just because he lived in the right times and went to a uni. Imo this is just the equivalent of yoga/sweatpants, jeans and hoodies uni attire nowadays.

>> No.14700434

>>14700419
>Imo this is just the equivalent of yoga/sweatpants, jeans and hoodies uni attire nowadays.

So you're saying people were just way better dressed back in the day and our standards have fallen horribly. I'm not even sure I agree with your assertion that these guys are slobs. Would a slob wear pressed trousers (second from the left and second from the right in the front.)

>> No.14700436

>>14700434
Derp, this post is for
>>14700422

>> No.14700463

>>14700434
Ignore retarded posts

>> No.14700472
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>>14700360

>> No.14700479

Are feelings of crippling loneliness and futility hidden behind a mask of smugness trad?

>> No.14700482

Dressing like it's still the 1950's is fedora tier LARP

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>>14700482

>> No.14700492

>>14700486
Not bait, just a statement of fact.

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>>14700387
Heh! Get a load of This guy!

>> No.14700506

Everytime we open a new thread, it gets filled with shitposts during the first day, just ignore them

>> No.14700512

>>14700506
>anyone who disagrees with me is shitposting

>> No.14700533

>>14700479
No, the smugness mask part is jejune. The trad thing to do is to not hide it and drink a lot. Maybe write a symbolist play.

Get tuberculosis if possible, otherwise a copy of Les Fleurs du Mal.

>> No.14700536

>>14700533
>The trad thing to do is to not hide it and drink a lot. Maybe write a symbolist play.
I think you mean dark academia

>> No.14700540

>>14700492
Nigga just a shirt and chinos is inoffensive as fuck

>> No.14700544

>>14700482
^this^

10 years ago ago you aspies would have been LARPing the 40's complete with actual fedoras, now the culture has just advanced 10 years to the 50's

>> No.14700557

>>14700544
>>14700482
Do you guys live in a fucking ghetto? Everywhere I go people dress preppy, its basically the default style for people over 30 here

>> No.14700564

>>14700557
What you are seeing is actually business casual, it's not the same thing.

>> No.14700565

>>14700557
If you are so preppy then why don't you stay in these threads and give some advice instead acting a child trying to insult those who like this thread.

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>>14700557
Don't reply to obvious crap

>>14700281
It's fine

>> No.14700580

Incredible the ammount of hate KJP gets here: >>14695540

KJP, specially his old content, is quite good. Some stuff he wears is too flashy, logo filled or wears tacky elements such as caps. But the rest is fine.

>> No.14700596

>>14700281
Depends on the price. It is cotton, isn’t it?

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A nice example of trad.

>> No.14700777

>>14700650
Wearing you dead grandfathers suit
Lol

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Y/N?
Also anything else to check out in Antwerp?

>> No.14700828

>>14700650
Damn I miss bullying people like him in high school

>> No.14700863

>>14700580
I would shit KJP just for being imported, overpriced, blend trash. I like the aesthetic but $130 for a 70% acrylic sweater made in a sweatshop is unacceptable.

>> No.14700910

>>14700783
Can be had for cheaper, but not bad. I would buy, if you need one. To be aware that the fit has to be perfect, otherwise they look terrible.

>> No.14700918

>>14700482
>>14700544
>samefagging
Don't you have a hoodies and sweatpants general or something to get back to?

>> No.14700922

>>14700564
Nice goalpost moving.

>> No.14700929

>>14700910
Where or how?

>> No.14700947

>>14700910
The fit on a scarf? What?
Hats are also one size.
How cheaper exactly? I'll try to get VAT refund which is probably somewhere from 10 to 19%.
Didn't buy them yet because the clerk that was in the shop today couldn't do the form.

>> No.14700993

>>14700596

No, wool. On sale for about 60 eurobucks. After taxes and shipping thats 100, a fair price for a wool sweater that should last if you take care of it.

>> No.14700998

>>14700360
2/3/4/5*

>> No.14701090

>>14700482
>>14700544
>2019
>not wearing a fedora
Big yikes

>> No.14701246

>>14700783
Scarf for sure.

>> No.14701247

>>14700281
Not a big fan of the pads on the shoulders but it looks good and comfy otherwise

>> No.14701249

>>14700360
>1/2/3/4
what does this mean

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after 2 fucking months these are finally showing up today.

>> No.14701266

>>14701263
how can they take so long?

>> No.14701280

>>14701266
brand is rancourt and it's the flint kudu suede ranger mocs which are not ready made. so i guess it takes them 2 months~ to do a custom pair.

>> No.14701304

>>14701263
Those look pretty good

>> No.14701325

>>14701280
Post pics or fit when you get them

>> No.14701352

>>14701304
thanks
>>14701325
sure i'll do a pic like
>14699052

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>>14700281
military influenced prep is sexy.
gun patches are awesome, good sweater to wear to the cabin

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Do you guys know anything about SuitSupply ? Their shit doesn't seem that much expensive but I'm worried about quality

>> No.14701393

>>14701385
I've got a navy suit from them, I like it. Decent cut, comfortable, I've had it for about two years and the only damage on it is my own fault.

I might get my next one from them too

>> No.14701397

>>14701385
They talk really good about it in different forums

>>14701380
That big shoulder patch ruins that sweater for me. For the rest is really beautiful

>> No.14701448

>>14701385
About as good as you can get for the price. I hate their trousers though. They really crush my balls.

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I got into sleazecore over the Summer and now I'm converting back to prep
Pic semi-related

>> No.14701474

>>14701471
any fit?

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>tfw EUfag, so I can't dress preppy because it's an inherently AMERICAN style
Is there such a thing as a yuropoor equivalent to Prep?

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damn these are cozy out of the box

>> No.14701619

>>14701607
Nice

>>14701506
I hope this is bait, this thread is full of europeans and Europe in general has a lot of preppy stuff, It is really common on people above 30-35 years old

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W2c these socks to wear with my loafers?

>> No.14701625

>>14701249
1plate OHP (60kg)
2pl8 bench (100kg)
3pl8 squat (140kg)
4pl8 deadlift (180kg)

>> No.14701676

>>14701619
Not even kidding. The entire notion of upper-crust universities and associated fashions doesn't exist here in euroland so it would be super gay and LARPy for me to try and copy the look.

>> No.14701725

>>14701676
It does, though. I live right next to an university, and go to the "elite" one myself. People in mine clearly dress much better on average. Not everyone is "preppy", but a good 20-30% are and it is acceptable to dress that way.
I do notice that slavshit and german exchange students usually dress like shit in university, so maybe that is your problem.

>> No.14701741

>>14701676
Universities of: law, engineering, business, economics and some others have a lot of prep stuff un Europe. At least in the west

>> No.14701811

>>14701622
White socks? everywhere, even at Amazon

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I just got my first pair of bean boots. I'm excited for wet and snowy weather.

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How's this for trad?

>> No.14702048

Winter plans?

>> No.14702049

>>14702046
did somebody have court today

>> No.14702054

>>14702046
top looks formal and the bottom does not. Also is that a navy blazer? Looks charcoal in the phjoto

>> No.14702058

>>14702048
I plan to wear sweaters.

>> No.14702071

>>14702048
Looking to go skiing in Feb. Samoens as per usual I think.

Also looking for nice boots. Something in Europe with an apron (like the Alden indy boot).

>> No.14702074

>>14702048
Layering. It will be fun.

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Threadly reminder

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4- Select General in the option selector below "Filter"
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/pretentious/i

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>>14702049
It is my office wear actually
>>14702054
It's not as formal as it look in the photo, colours got fucked up. It's more like an olive green with a light check pattern

>> No.14702193

>>14702078
t. can't handle the bants
Is there a way to incorporate raw denim into prep? I hate jeans but I feel like I should have at least one pair for doing manual labor. I guess I could always get some dickies or something

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>> No.14702539

>>14702046
Legit lad
I'm not a fan of thick belts but that's certainly of personal preference

What shoes?

>> No.14702541

>>14701471
I think it's a good rotation, for some reason sleazy connects well to tip in my mind

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>> No.14702722

>>14700536
>being totally ignorant of French 19th century culture
Not trad

>> No.14702740

>>14701380
Call me maximum overtrad, but I don't like when people wear practical pieces despite not doing the activity. Wear a gun patch sweater when and if you shoot only, or if you're such a fanatic for hunting that you basically only own this type of sweater and everybody knows it. Wearing this shit just at random is like wearing breeches and Le Chameau boots to go grocery shopping or to a movie.

(Yes I have unreasonable opinons about boat shoes, why do you ask?)

>>14701397
>That big shoulder patch ruins that sweater for me.
That may be so, but it's part of gun patching; that's where the stock of the rifle goes so there's a patch to prevent wear.

Personally what I dislike about that sweater is that they used a shiny, fakey-looking morocco for the leather, it looks very unattractive and clashes with the textile to boot.

>> No.14702755

>>14701385
Pro: Excellent value proposition in most cases, much better results than typical OTR menswear.

Con: Mainly horrible modern cuts; cloth is typically not great. At the point where you're knowledgeable enough to arrange to fix this yourself you most likely have access to significantly better options so in that sense it's a trap.

Synthesis: Suit Supply is good for what they are, but they're less TIP than GQ, with Italian-based styling. It's a great choice if you want to look "smart" but also blend in with normies, e.g. typical 20- or 30-something office workers. You'll be a cut above most of them and most likely match those who are "interested", who are likely to have exactly enough superficial knowledge to also get their shit made at Suit Supply and recognize yours. This type of person will remark on you as well dressed.

>> No.14702758

>>14702071
TLB Mallorca has a similar model to that for 395€

>> No.14702761

>>14702722
Trade care and know about the Greeks and the Romans. I don't know any Anglo trade that would read montpassant or Balzac.

>> No.14702767

>>14701506
Dressing trad is the closest equivalent. Dress a bit carelessly. Nothing exact though, you'll have to LARP it if you want the full Ivy experience. English clothes are the best, historically most Euros who could afford it had a London tailor even if they were Hungarian or some shit.

The silver lining for you is that nobody in plebland can tell the fucking difference between trad, ivy and prep anymore anyway so you can basically do whatever you want as long as you're okay with being seen as an eccentric in the first place.

>>14701619
>Europe in general has a lot of preppy stuff
Not really East Coast Prep, with pinpoint belts, madras blazers, embroidered chinos and shit like that. We have a ton of trad though, or rather, we have trad and Americans pretty much don't.

>> No.14702780

>>14702046
Solid, but learn to tie your tie better. The knot looks loose and the blade is just an indistinct crumple. It will take you literally ten minutes to learn to dimple a tie properly. I guess you might've been going for a double dimple, but that blade isn't wide enough for that and you'd definitely need to tighten up the knot anyway for it to work.

>> No.14702849

>>14702767
>We have a ton of trad though, or rather, we have trad and Americans pretty much don't.
What?

>> No.14702860

>>14702849
Burgers are plebs who can't cut a suit to save their virgin assholes from Mongo the Prison Harvester.

>> No.14702898

>>14702755
>GQ

>> No.14702944

>>14702898
What exactly are you taking issue with here? I seriously can't tell.

>> No.14702958

>>14702944
SEXcore

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>>14701506
Dude, chinos, wool trousers, ocbd or other shirts, overcoats, blazers, nice leather derbys and loafers...

What part of that is so distinctly American you feel you can pull it off? Just avoid varsity jackets and those lettered university sweaters and you'll be good. It's not like anyone knows anything about hook vents, 3/2 rolls, or patch pockets anyway. Do you think anyone is ever going to accuse you of LARPING in real life? You've been listening too much to shitposters.

Btw, thoughts on these boots? They're meermin.

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>>14703055
Every country has its own variation of trad btw. In France is bcbg for example.

>> No.14703060
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14703060

>>14703055
>Americans derby actually means Oxford

>> No.14703077

>>14703060
What?

>>14703056
What is bcbg?

>> No.14703079

>>14703060
What are you trying to say? A derby is a blutcher.

>> No.14703082

>>14703077
bon chic bon genre

>> No.14703154

>>14703055
Nice boots

>> No.14703182

those are pro numbers tho

>> No.14703190

any tips on where to find decent pocket squares?

Everything I see is either $5 10'x10' polyester mall shit or $189 silk/linen "a mermaid queefed on this" marketing shit

I just want something that doesn't feel like paper towels or a prom dress from kohls

>> No.14703197

>>14703056
Boxford cloth button gown?

>> No.14703199

>>14703190
Pocket squares are not cheap. High-end ones should cost around €50 to €60, such as drakes. I have recently bought a nice yellow chiardi pocket square for €25 on a local shop on sale.
You can find pocket squares for about €30 without discounts on shops such as Massimo Dutti or Suitsupply, but they won’t be as nice.
Do remember that there are 2 kinda of pocket squares: the regular decorative squares, which are made out of silk, wool or similar fine materials; and the ones which are intended for actual use, which are cheaper and almost always white and made out of cotton.
You can try thrifting, but personally, I have never seen good deals on pocket squares on thrift stores, unlike ties and cuff links.

>> No.14703202

>>14701471
non native speaker here, can someone explain what "preppy" actually means?

>> No.14703209

>>14703202
The style that was/is popular in US university PREParatory schools

>> No.14703224

>>14703190
>>14703199
Pocket squares are dumb as hell. If you're willing to spend 60 euros / 65 dollars on a square of fabric you are the epitome of try hard.

>> No.14703225

>>14703082
Well, not much more helpful

>> No.14703230

>>14703225
It even has a wikipedia article lol

>> No.14703232

>>14703224
Personally I only use €600 bespoke pocket squares.
You mad?

>> No.14703238
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Massimo Dutti has some really nice stuff this fall

>> No.14703292

>>14703238
Wait for the midseason sales. Once they begin, you better go fast, since their stock dwindles pretty fast.

>> No.14703339

>>14703292
Yes, if I manage to save some money I'll probably get something (pants, knitwear or coats). El Ganso also has cool stuff this year.

>> No.14703356

Is this stuff fine for summer?
https://www.instagram.com/johnjacar_/

>> No.14703422
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Thoughts on this belt?

>> No.14703445

>>14703422
Too much branding for me

>> No.14703460

>>14703339
I didn’t like El Ganso’s f/w collection, to be honest. I may check it again later, if there is a sale.

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>>14703460
This one is a nice tattersall, but it is not a button down :(

>> No.14703475
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>>14703474
This is nice, although it is not 100% wool. Dunno about the vest

>> No.14703477
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>>14703475
I really like this rugby. I might wait for sales to get it. Probably great to wear with jeans or khakis.

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>>14703477
Also, some of the OCBDs seem to have a beautiful colour, I'll take a look at their local shop soon to see if they match well what appears in the website.

Some pants seem like a good alternative to Massimo Dutti

>> No.14703532
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Are my socks TIP approved?

>> No.14703566

>>14703209
ty very much

>> No.14703621

>>14703532
no thats degenerate

>> No.14703722

>>14701622
>tfw no chad ivy friends
im not convinced these winklevoss type guys exist in this realm anymore. I get that the two left fits aren't exactly trad, but it's still much closer than these types of dudes would actually wear.

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>>14703532
No. If they had whiskey bottles or cigars on them instead of pot leaves they would be trad.

>> No.14703791

>>14703722
Yeah they do lmao everyone in my uni dresses like the guy in the middle

>> No.14703800

holy sht is this really what Americans considered well dressed or stylish?

It's literally dad shit

>> No.14703801
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>>14703800
T.

>> No.14703803

>>14702048
>Winter
Palm Springs

>> No.14703886
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Is it possible to pull off an ascot without looking cringy?

>> No.14703904

>>14703886
It's quite hard

>>14703532
disgusting

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>>14703800
What's wrong with "dad shit", fag?

>> No.14703942

>>14701625
Do other people really include the barbell weight?

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Is letting your grandma fix the holes in your sweaters trad?

>> No.14703959

>>14703950
Unironically yes

>> No.14703961

>>14703532
degueu

>> No.14703972

>>14703886
>blazer buttoned at elbow height
>splayed out to the maximum possible by hands in pockets
>waistband isn't even visible
Where the FUCK do I cop chinos with this kind of drape and rise, I'm about ready to kill Cary Grant for a pair, ngl

>> No.14704008

Favorite quarter zips? Don't hassle me if you think it's not prep.

>> No.14704012

>>14703950
hot

>> No.14704044

>>14704012
Kek

>> No.14704046

>>14704008
Eddie Bauer makes good ones.

>> No.14704394

>>14703924
great pic, saved

>> No.14704399
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Me IRL

>> No.14704415
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>2019
>Not dressing like pic rel

>> No.14704422

>>14700650
*tard

>> No.14704448

>>14703972
Cordings pants are about that size, maybe a little lower. As for the drape, you won’t, as that isn’t cotton and thus behaves differently.

>> No.14704466

>>14704008
Quarter zips are basically the only thing I buy at PRL

>> No.14704474

>>14704012
I'll tell it to her

>> No.14704754

>>14703950
Based

>> No.14704765

>>14703056
ID on the trousers?

>> No.14704778

I wear what basically is prep but use kent collar pocketless broadcloth shirts instead of ocbd's cuz im european, anyone else?

>> No.14704830

>>14704765
Zanella from yoox

>> No.14704860

Bumping this thread, because fuck all styles of clothing other than trad/ivy/prep

>> No.14704866
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>>14704860
What about normcore?

>> No.14704870

>>14704866
Shiggy is prep as fuck and mogged Jerry every time they were in a scene together.

>> No.14704891

>>14704866
I'll allow it, but only on the weekend

>> No.14704922
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W2c sweater like this

>> No.14704962

>>14703477
genuine question - is this how rugbys are commonly worn? with an ocbd under?

>> No.14704967

>>14701900
lined or unlined?

>> No.14704969

>>14700281
Does any place make a sweater like this, but in a turtleneck?

>> No.14704975

>>14704922

>jiskefet

Zeer, zeer based

>> No.14704976

>>14704866
>>14704870
http://www.ivy-style.com/a-post-about-nothing-george-costanza-style-icon.html

>> No.14704986

I have two pairs of shoes. One set is a pair of grey sneakers, the other is a pair of flip flops. Where do I start buying new shoes? It's getting cold where I live, and I want to dress nicer (like the rest of this thread). I don't want to go too formal, though. What are some warm, "smart" (not overly casual, idk how to say it) shoes I could buy?

>> No.14705007

>>14702046

>tie length is perfect
>pants look good
>buy a thinner belt, you're gonna split your loops. GAP has basic belts in a medium width.
>The jacket lapels are WAY too wide for you and your tie.
>The jacket shoulder dimples say your shoulder pads are sticking out too far, but that might be because of your pose.
>Hair is good, but consider growing out your sides for winter to make your ears stick out less.

General 7/10, a Midwest 8/10 even. California 5/10.

>> No.14705044

No matter what I do, I'm so much of a framelet that even slim fit shirts look too wide at my waist. Even darts don't completely solve the problem. My shirts fit right at the shoulders though.

>> No.14705053

>>14705007
>California 5/10
Why should anyone care about the least trad state's opinion?

>> No.14705129

>>14705007
I should get wider ties as I'm not planning on getting rid of the jacket. The shoulders are actually the right size for me, which itself is quite rare. As for the hair, summer is coming here in the southern hemisphere so gotta go shorter soon :^)

>> No.14705168

>>14702755
Good post. That said you can do better by knowing your size and just buying better suits and coats (Sartoria Partenopea, Caruso, Pal Zileri, etc) at similar or slightly lower price points off of ebay from chaps like nymilan and topshelfapparel.

>> No.14705170

>>14701676
I certainly hope you aren't including England in your definition of Europe when you say something like this. Bloody continentals

>> No.14705174

What's the best place to buy cotton or wool high waist trousers in the boston/cambrige area?

>> No.14705189

>>14704422
Good show

>> No.14705278

>>14705044
Alteration tailor, my dude. The tailor is your best friend.

>> No.14705319

>>14705168
>That said you can do better by
Yeah obviously you CAN do better, in a hundred ways; that's why I wrote
>At the point where you're knowledgeable enough to arrange to fix this yourself you most likely have access to significantly better options so in that sense it's a trap
and... actually pretty much the entire post after that as well. My point was that Suit Supply is great for people who don't want to learn that skill, or who want or need to blend in with office normies rather than stick out as genuinely well-dressed and with a personal style (and thus inevitably in some sense eccentric).

Personally though, I would never buy a suit or jacket online. Not only because it's a crap shoot as to whether the shoulder fit is good and then you'll have to go through the rigmarole of returns or flipping if it's not good, but also because of the pure tactile pleasure of feeling the cloth, trying on the prospective item, discussing it with a knowledgeable seller or ideally maker.

Trousers, sure. Fire away. I can get that shit taken in, let out, hemmed, whatever, no problem. If the cloth's bad quality I can take the loss on the chin, wear the pair until they die, just never buy from that seller again. With a suit it's different.

>> No.14705327

>>14705044
Oh, that’s what the darts are for! I thought they were just ornamental

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>>14705044
>>14705327
>darts

>> No.14705382

If I have an argyle sweatervest and a matching pair of socks, should I wear them together, or would that look too tryhard?

>> No.14705399

I need a new pair of shoes.
Bad
but I don't know what to get

>> No.14705427

>>14705053
California is the most trad state outside of the Atlantic seaboard/New England. California didn’t whoosh into existence in the 1960s like so many uninformed people like to think.

>> No.14705431

>>14704962
It is common, but you can wear them with a t-shirt below ir with anything. It all depende on weather/cold and your style

>> No.14705465

>>14705330
>>14705327
>>14705278
I tried that once.. but ok

>> No.14705480

>>14704986
Derbies.

>> No.14705484

>OCBD
>Oxford cloth button-down shirt
Are there any Oxford shirts which aren’t made out of cloth, or button down, for the matter? This term has always felt retarded to me.
I guess you can stick the side buttons on a polo, but it wouldn’t be exactly an Oxford, would it?

>> No.14705505

>>14705484
?
Oxford cloth button-down shirt refers to a shirt made out of oxford cloth in a button-down style.

>> No.14705581

>>14705484
Is this bait?

>> No.14705629

>>14705484
bruh

>> No.14705640

>>14704986

Have a look at Morjas shoes.

>> No.14705680

>be me
>like long, pointy italian shoes
>look down
>feet are 8.5 EEE or EEEE

do I just amputate them and start over

>> No.14705683

>>14702046
I like it.
>>14702780
Belt should be 4cm in width max, cost no less than 50€. Tie should be FIAH knot always (or depending on the fabric, the windsors are applicable), simple dimple. Other than that, great progression in a matter of weeks. Classic Ivy League.

>> No.14705687
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from aus with love

>> No.14705688

>>14705680
Long pointy shoes aren't trad anyway so you're good.

>> No.14705800

>>14705399
What color do you need? Winter shoes? Boots? What are you going to wear these shoes with?

>> No.14705814

>>14704986
>Where do I start buying new shoes? It's getting cold where I live
It depends a lot on what you'll wear the shoes with and how much money you have, but you can't really go wrong with a pair of boots for winter. Meermin has a decent price point to quality, decent selection of styles and their MTO is also boots right now, including a pair made in shell cordovan (better, but more expensive, than calf leather).

More generally, a pair of burgundy/oxblood beefroll penny loafers are casual and pretty versatile; they ought to look smart while not making you feel uncomfortably dressy.

>> No.14705852

>>14704969
https://www.outdoorknitwear.com/15-rollturtle-neck-

>>14704986
>>14705399
Whats your location? Money you want to spend? What are you going to wear with them?

>>14705382
Socks usually don't get seen, so, wear both toghether if you want, no problem at all.

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>>14705330

>> No.14705983

There was some influx of prep/trad item threads recently, but it seems they died and now there is only crapcore in /fa/. There isn't even a dark academia general

>> No.14706024
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Shirt: drakes
Coat: gant
trousers: zanella
Shoes: bass

>> No.14706052

>>14706024
shave

>> No.14706070

Went to merci (shop in Paris). It was very strange to see a j.press being sold. Made in china, 800 euros. Ouch

>> No.14706127

>>14706024
Weird shirt, what fabric does it have?

>> No.14706222

>>14706127
Lightweight Oxford cotton

>> No.14706233

>>14702048
I will be writing and editing my next novel. Plenty of hot coffee, sweaters, and staring wistfully out of my second story window.

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Cop or not ?

>> No.14706277

>>14704967
Unlined so I can wear them in spring without getting sweaty. I'll just double up socks if it's really cold.

>> No.14706307

>>14705687
Excellent collar roll, where to cop?

>> No.14706309

>>14702048
This is a fashion board.

>> No.14706313

>>14706264
We don't say retarded shit like "cop" in this thread

>> No.14706363

>>14706264
Only if 100% wool

>>14705640
>Morjas
I think those are made by Berwick but sold for 40-50€ more. I am not fully sure, but they size exactly the same, both are made in same town, shape seems really similar and are GYW

>> No.14706378

>be me
>going on a geology field trip
>full prep layering, wearing a turtleneck under a flannel under a jacket
>still have the aftertaste from last night's cigar in my mouth
Feels good man

>> No.14706391

>>14706313
We also don’t say “retarded shit.” Who are you, Busta Rhymes?

>> No.14706396

>>14706378
>Not posting a picture.
You had one job.

>> No.14706403

>>14706378
>Turtleneck
>Flannel
>Jacket
Fuuuuuck, I really hate the look of that combo

>> No.14706493

>>14706307
Luxire
Pro: any roll you want
Con: india

>> No.14706550

>>14706493
I've gotten shirts from Luxire before with mixed results. What collar did you choose and did you go for lined etc?

>> No.14706613

>>14701506
lol what? americans have put their own twist on it but it certainly is not exclusive to the US... I mean it comes from europe in the first place

>> No.14706666

>>14706613
Imagine being this ignorant of your own country's traditions. Reminds me of the English guy wanting to buy Allen Edmonds

>> No.14706695

>>14706403
You seething?

>> No.14706704

>>14706391
Oh, sorry. We don't say things that are retarded in this thread. Is that better?

>> No.14706721

>>14706666
>English guy wanting to buy Allen Edmonds
lol, I might understand a european buying boat shoes, camp mocs, duck boots or similar stuff from american brands because there aren't many european brands making them. But something such as what AE manufactures... that's pretty common here and you can get better stuff for cheaper

>> No.14706764

>>14706721
I guess it's what happens when you get all your advice from an American centric image board.

>> No.14706783

>>14706764
Yes, nearly all the stuff that appears is from US brands or brands that are present at the american market. A good example is the boot thread, nearly everything there are american brands.

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>> No.14706846
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>>14706783
>boots
What do you think of this? Loake.

>> No.14706870

>>14706846
I don't like that sort of shape nor the textured leather

>>14706807
>low-rise slim fit salmon pants
>white ocbd
>brown shoes
>brown belt
lol its me

>> No.14706874

>>14706870
>textured leather
It's called pebble grain.

>> No.14706882

>>14706846
Nice
>>14706870
Not really low rise, Chad just has a long torso. And they are called Natucket Reds, not "salmon pants".

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>>14706870
>slim fit
>low rise
>Chad

>> No.14706891

>>14706882
Sorry, *Nantucket

>> No.14706895

>>14706874
You learn something new every day

The full fit of what you showed might be cool to see. Prince of Wales pants with brown boots might look really good

>> No.14706922

>>14706846
Any recommendations for boots like this that have a more oxford-esque appearance?

>> No.14706951

>>14706922
You need to search for balmoral boots:

https://www.crownhillshoes.com/men/balmoral-boots-brown-the-dublin?time=1570908596200
https://www.meermin.es/en/10152510101610he-10-101525-burgundy-calf-country-calf-e-burdeos.html
https://www.skolyx.se/en/shoes/244-balmoral-boot.html

>> No.14706980

>>14706951
Neat, thanks.

>> No.14707123

What are your opinions on the famous /pol/ fashion infographic? It think it is quite good except for the part below the footwear and the retarded ebay comments

>> No.14707138

>>14707123
It's fine as a start. But if you only wear that you'll only be wearing a uniform.

>> No.14707145

>>14703422
2000s rapper tier

>> No.14707194

>>14707138
Just pick different colours and rotate.

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>> No.14707378

>Cosby is supposed to look like an unmade bed here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjjzEYLU1rM

>> No.14707388

>>14707378
For most of this video Crosby is reddit as fuck.

>> No.14707512

>>14707378
The why he is dressed would have been outdated at the time. It would not be unlike wearing a nice 80s suit today.

>> No.14707560

>>14706550
Im a repeat customer (4 shirts 1 suit 4 trousers) so been through a few iterations with some awesome results and some not so great.
One thing id recommend is putting 'unusual' specs (like super big collars, undarted jackets) in the notes section IN ADDITION to selecting it in the Select Your Style. They tend to miss things (pajeet) so better to be super explicit.

As for the shirt collars, i go unlined unfused 4 inch collar length 4 inch spread, although im still experimenting. If you want your collar to have a soft roll these are the option. In my experience even the soft lining is too stiff and theyll just stand up straight when unbuttoned

>> No.14707590

>>14707560
thanks, I'll try it out. So you went the full custom collar route? I've selected the luxire button down, broke and bespoke and trad (mercier) before. What colours and fabrics have you tried? So far I've gotten one of the basic blue oxfords (SUPER thicc), a burgundy candy stripe oxford and a green candy stripe oxford. All fairly nice.

>> No.14707703

>>14707123
The idea of dressing like a /pol/ user ought to be repugnant to everyone itt

>> No.14707785

>>14707327
What's so special about lacoste polos? I hate the logo.

>> No.14707791

>>14707785
They're literally the first polo shirt ever invented, and the crocodile logo is cool as fuck.

>> No.14707799

>>14707791
I dunno, it just seems tacky. Maybe it's not so bad once you get used to it.

>> No.14707807

>>14707590
nah i just modified the mercer collar (which, after double checking just then, i realised has the 'no interlining' options by default).

ive just been getting the warzone white. next one will probably be a warzone plus white, which is apparently supposed to be thicker.

those fabrics sound nice. I prefer thicker oxfords myself (although, living in brisbane, it's sometimes not very practical and i often rely on lighter oxfords and linens).

how were the luxire BD and broke and bespoke collars? never tried them

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>>14707799
No it’s tacky

>> No.14707833

>>14707810
T. cocksucking faggot

>> No.14707895
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Well today I got these pants

https://www.massimodutti.com/co/en/men/collection/trousers-%26-denim/view-all/slim-fit-corduroy-denim-like-trousers-c911166p8730367.html?colorId=802&categoryId=911166

Did I make a good choice? I don't like the feel of jeans as they constrain my knees too much and chinos are bland

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14707896

>>14707895
I also got this shirt

https://www.massimodutti.com/co/en/men/collection/casual-shirts/view-all/slim-fit-cotton-needlecord-shirt-c911139p8675902.html?colorId=401&categoryId=911139

>> No.14707925

>>14707590
You spelled "thick" wrong.

>> No.14708010

>>14707807
>>14707560
>>14707590

why not buy MTM oxfords through Ratio Clothing? They have traditional collar points with the fitzgerald collar selection, and you can specify fully unlined, collar loop, back collar button etc. They're MiUSA, in the same factory that BB (used?) to make their OG button downs.

I've got three of them: blue, white and uni stripes, and I wanna go yellow and pink to complete the collection. I'm from Brisbane as well btw and yeah you can't wear these year-round, but my approach has been to experiment with seasonal fabrics instead of lightweight ocbds.

I do fully intend on going through luxire for trousers, though. Any experience with those luxire-anon? I cant find anywhere that gets all the details right so I figure I'll do it myself.

>> No.14708050

>>14707895
>>14707896
I don't like the shirt but I do like the pants, they seem too Slim in photo, are they the same in person?

>> No.14708174
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>>14700374
>SLIM
Cringe.

>> No.14708187

Any inspo of house decoration?

>> No.14708194

>>14707833
you don't belong in this thread

>> No.14708270

>>14708010
I don't live in the states.

>> No.14708277

>>14707895
Looks like a low rise abomination.
>>14707896
Collar too small. Shirt looks tight and restricting as hell.

>Buying fast fashion for something as important as shirt and trousers.
Sorry op, but you're going to look like office pleb #2653

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>>14708194
>you don't belong in this thread

>> No.14708292

>>14701385
THat's a garbage outfit.

>> No.14708300

>>14703886
Fuck that dude's tan is insane.

>> No.14708310

>>14703886
>Be me
>Post this
>Get three replies
>only one of them is an answer to my question, and it isn't very helpful

>> No.14708311

>>14708310
I think they're cool, but would be hard to pull off unless the rest of your outfit is on point (and you have that chad-tier manly handsome face).

See also Al Pacino in Godfather - pretty sure he wore those ties.

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>>14702629

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>>14702046
are you mikeMA?
looks good

>> No.14708362

>>14700783
just copped a Benetton ,pure new wool(Shetland) sweater, for 50€
that hat is great but seems a bit costly

>>14700828
small dick energy

>> No.14708383

>>14708283
i somehow take comfort in, what is probably a uniqlo wearing trad larper, getting triggered by a little croq om my polos, or horses and lambs on my ocbds.

>> No.14708399

>>14703886
from the thumbnail it looked like the plane scene

>> No.14708401

>>14704922
Heeele mooie billetjes

>> No.14708426

So my fred perry harrington got stolen last night, where can i buy a new harrington for a decent price

>> No.14708479

>>14701622

This is real prep

Fuck all these who post grandpa core

>> No.14708500

>>14708426
Same place?

>> No.14708501

>>14708010
trousers are pretty great. im not super particular about quality (stitch density, etc.) but it seems pretty nice for the price point, although obv this depends on the fabric you choose.
The trousers, more so than the shirts, have been hit or miss, but when it's a hit, they're damn good.
One thing I learned though: for softer fabrics (linen, worsted wool), consider taking away ~1cm from the seat/thighs etc., and for harder fabrics (sturdy chinos), consider adding ~1cm. These additions/subtractions are relative to the basic 'trial' chino pants, which are a softish chino fabric (although they seem to cycle them around so dunno if it's still the same selection of fabrics).
my first four trousers were the trial chinos, a linen, a worsted (part of the suit), and heavy chinos (that were too fucking small cause i didnt know about the adding ~1cm thing...), all in the 'continental' sorta style: double pleated, big fat waist band with side adjusters.
for my latest pair, i finally got flat front, cuffed chinos with normal belt loops, so might post a pic of them some time

>> No.14708507

where do I find high rise pants? A specific brand maybe?

>> No.14708525

>>14708479
Tip means trad Ivy prep. Go fuck yourself you sexcore retard.

>> No.14708546

>>14707378
Let’s be honest, it was pretty bad. Even the black tie suit they wore at the end wasn’t impressive, as at least the lapelles were crappy. The brown suit matin wore was cool, though.

>> No.14708557

>>14708507
What's your location?

>> No.14708569

>>14708557
europe, france exactly. I've seen brands sell one or two model of high rise at most, can't seem to find a steady source.

>> No.14708570

>>14708426
Ralph Lauren

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I found a shirt that is very similar to the one on the left at a local shop for 30€. Collar seems small, I'll post a pic later

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>>14707512
>>14707378
It's a movie made in the 1960s, set in the 1920s. And, Cosby's stuffy and outdated charatcher is wearing an 1890s suit.

>> No.14708839

>>14708050
Yes they are the same person. I'm thin so the pants fit me well. It's a bit too low rise however as >>14708277 said.

>> No.14708850

>>14708277
Yeah it's kind of tight but since I'm thin it looks a hell of a lot better than even some slim fit clothes. Massimo Dutti is kind of way above average ere anyways,

>> No.14708895

>buy some oxfords
>they're nice
>slightly too roomy, however
>I have weird feet
Any recommendations on how to pad them out a bit? I was thinking of essentially putting two insoles in, does anyone have any recommendations for a specific product for that? Or just get something cheap, as the better sole will go on top of it anyways?

>> No.14708914

>>14708850
I bought one of those, although on a different colour. The collar itself is bigger irl, but it’s shoulders are not that great and keep getting out of shape when you open a button or two.
They are pretty cool as well. I expected that they would be worse than “regular” cotton shirts, but I find it cooler than them.
The buttons are crap made out of plastic, but that is what is to be expected at the price point.
I find their regular corduroy pants of this season to be very average. They do not drape very well, and are tabby back. Some of their models with a bigger wale are quite pretty, though.
I will check them again on the midseason sales.

>> No.14708945

>>14708914
Nowadays buttons are made of plastic unless you go over the 80€ line, where you might find motherpearl. Wood buttons are also rare to find

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>>14708582
Should I buy it or not? It's probably regular fit since its a "grandpa" shop

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>>14708569
Fellow French bro. Try scavini. If you live in Paris you can go and try their trousers on. The single pleat is their higher rise model. Otherwise I'd recommend highly to buy natalino, a new UK brand.

>> No.14709009

>>14708995
Sure why not. The buttons are fugly though.

>> No.14709028

>>14702046
mika ma/10

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is it possible to look posh while working out in teh gym? wat clothoing articles should i ware thanks

>> No.14709040

>>14709029
I hope there's a special layer in hell reserved for those who save and share this image.

>> No.14709046

>>14708995
Could always get it tailored

>> No.14709078

>>14708945
Yeah, somewhat to be expected on the price point. I have never seen wooden buttons myself, though. Maybe i will order a suit with them to see how they keep up with time.

>> No.14709112

>>14709078
Those ones from the shirt I photographed >>14708995 seem to be made of wood.

>> No.14709118

>>14709029
Learn to spell, retard.

>> No.14709119

>>14709112
Btw if nobody opens new thread I'll do so in an hour, and would come with 2 updated links in OP

>> No.14709124

>>14708479
>Find one of the shittiest pictures in the thread
>THIS IS REAL PREP!!!

>> No.14709127

>>14709119
We should put up trouser and blazer/suit guides. For trousers in the UK/Europe I can recommend the following
Berg and berg
Scavini
Yoox: zanella, iconotex
Natalino
Oliver Brown
Cordings

>> No.14709163

>>14709046
I've never needed to get a shirt tailored. How do they do it to preserve the pane pattern?

>> No.14709235

NEW THREAD
>>14709228
>>14709228
>>14709228

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>> No.14709470

>>14709002
thanks my man I'm in paris I'll check em out this week

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