1. Post #5681
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    Lord of Ears's Avatar
    January 2007
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    or you could
    y'know
    be helpful
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  2. Post #5682
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    NightmareXx's Avatar
    October 2008
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    i remember when this was a banword
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  3. Post #5683
    funion is gay
    Zukriuchen's Avatar
    September 2009
    16,708 Posts
    i remember when this was a banword
    I thought it still was?
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  4. Post #5684
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    February 2010
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    Anywhere I can get button-down dress shirts that won't need tailoring to fit?
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  5. Post #5685
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    kevlar jens's Avatar
    November 2005
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    is it acceptable to wear ziphoods over (casual) buttom down shirts??







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  6. Post #5686
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    mike's Avatar
    October 2005
    4,316 Posts
    Anywhere I can get button-down dress shirts that won't need tailoring to fit?
    any shirt shop that offers a good variety of sizes?

    Edited:

    is it acceptable to wear ziphoods over buttom down shirts??







    [t]http://assets.clarksmcr.com/products/2/0/3/20349151_A_p.jpg
    if you don't do it up it's not dreadful, otherwise it looks weird

    i wear shirts pretty much all the time and if you zip up a hoodie it looks unusual
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  7. Post #5687
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    September 2006
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    These would go with most outfits, right?

    Or will wearing them with jeans look weird?
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  8. Post #5688
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    October 2008
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    is it acceptable to wear ziphoods over (casual) buttom down shirts??







    a cardigan would probably look better
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  9. Post #5689
    Shirky's Avatar
    December 2009
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    I actually love that haircut
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  10. Post #5690
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    March 2011
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    is it acceptable to wear ziphoods over (casual) buttom down shirts??







    this is a situation which encourages top-buttoning. And yeah it looks fine.

    here are some examples of it looking fine;





    These guys didn't top button, but feel free to do whichever you want.
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  11. Post #5691
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    September 2006
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    yeah man thanks for the help i really wanted a bunch of $30 shirts
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  12. Post #5692
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    December 2011
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    protip: there's a lot of good shit at the thrift store

    I got a pair of huge 90s reading glasses (i needed some) and a 5 dollar couch.

    and blank cassettes and fully working cameras and all sorts of shit. I had a good thrift store week.
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  13. Post #5693
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    Ok, so I almost never hear opinions on how I look, I think this is a good place to ask though.
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  14. Post #5694
    Caragolpe
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    I would change the hair.
    in before disagrees.
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  15. Post #5695
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    August 2006
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    this is a situation which encourages top-buttoning. And yeah it looks fine.

    here are some examples of it looking fine;





    These guys didn't top button, but feel free to do whichever you want.
    that first one is the ugliest thing i've ever seen

    Edited:



    Ok, so I almost never hear opinions on how I look, I think this is a good place to ask though.
    grow hair a bit longer / fuller, use wax instead of gel
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  16. Post #5696
    kill yourself
    Protocol7's Avatar
    June 2006
    25,841 Posts
    hmm i appear to have an opportunity to get a free pair of glasses

    I already have your thick black Buddy Holly-esque frames (but not his exact frames oh god no), what else looks good
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  17. Post #5697
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    April 2011
    486 Posts
    Totally going for this cut...


    Cheers BldrGyMnGy!
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  18. Post #5698
    THE MOON ... BEAU TIFUL
    soad_jonas's Avatar
    June 2006
    1,143 Posts
    Are black dress shoes acceptable to wear casually or is it too formal?
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  19. Post #5699
    Beverage Bandit
    kevlar jens's Avatar
    November 2005
    19,204 Posts
    what do you think

       too formal   
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  20. Post #5700
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    Erasus's Avatar
    May 2011
    2,110 Posts
    Are black dress shoes acceptable to wear casually or is it too formal?
    It depends really, but 9 times out of 10 it's too formal. Just stick with some casual shoes, seriously man. Unless you can show an outfit which you'd wear them with?
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  21. Post #5701
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    May 2012
    14 Posts
    What should i do with my hair?



    wow do you think you're from amon amarth or something 0/10 cut it all off
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  22. Post #5702
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    mike's Avatar
    October 2005
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    Are black dress shoes acceptable to wear casually or is it too formal?
    it depends what you wear with them.



    these are what i wear pretty much all the time when not at work, i don't think they're too formal.
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  23. Post #5703
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    April 2011
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    What kind of tie should I look for for a shirt similar to this and black trousers (no jacket)?
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  24. Post #5704
    SCREAMS 4 DA FURRY PORN
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    December 2011
    5,975 Posts
    What kind of tie should I look for for a shirt similar to this and black trousers (no jacket)?
    Depends on what colour trousers and shoes you're wearing
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  25. Post #5705
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    mike's Avatar
    October 2005
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    What kind of tie should I look for for a shirt similar to this and black trousers (no jacket)?
    NO STRIPES

    in fact try to avoid too many patterns at all, just a flat colour is best. probably a dark one.
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  26. Post #5706
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    September 2006
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    If I'm trying to go for a hitler youth-esque haircut (short on sides and long on top), should I get a high fade or a medium fade?
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  27. Post #5707
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    December 2011
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    NO STRIPES

    in fact try to avoid too many patterns at all, just a flat colour is best. probably a dark one.
    Nothing wrong with pattern if done right
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  28. Post #5708
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    August 2008
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    What kind of tie should I look for for a shirt similar to this and black trousers (no jacket)?
    this looks like my uniform for work

    i work in a waitrose



    Edited:

    that's me on the right

    Edited:

    but seriously don't buy clothes that look like supermarket uniforms
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  29. Post #5709
    Justtin's Avatar
    April 2011
    375 Posts
    thanks for all the tie suggestions, guys.

    i wasn't planning on buying a new shirt for one evening, so i just need to get a tie for what i have.
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  30. Post #5710
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    October 2005
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    this looks like my uniform for work

    i work in a waitrose



    Edited:

    that's me on the right

    Edited:

    but seriously don't buy clothes that look like supermarket uniforms
    my friend who works there said apparently there's a dress code involving a bow tie for formal occasions at waitrose?

    Edited:

    Nothing wrong with pattern if done right
    of course there isn't, i have plenty of fairly bold ties but against a shirt that's got a really strong striped pattern i'd be more reserved
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  31. Post #5711
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    January 2007
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    NO STRIPES

    in fact try to avoid too many patterns at all, just a flat colour is best. probably a dark one.
    actually, checkers can look really good under a black or grey jacket
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  32. Post #5712
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    October 2005
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    actually, checkers can look really good under a black or grey jacket
    i think we've had a slight misunderstanding

    i was just saying that wearing a very patterned tie with a striped shirt is a bad idea - i have nothing against patterned shirts!

    but why THE FUCK is there a brown belt involved
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  33. Post #5713
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    July 2009
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    that looks terrible. really out of place.

    pattern shirts don't work with ties (unless it's ​very subtle).
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  34. Post #5714
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    September 2007
    204 Posts
    Not sharp or anything but I sure as hell like how it looks.


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  35. Post #5715
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    August 2008
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    my friend who works there said apparently there's a dress code involving a bow tie for formal occasions at waitrose?
    we had our christmas party at the hliton where it was 11 for a double jd and there wasn't a formal dresscode for that

    but then this is manchester and we all live in cardboard boxes so i dunno what it's like elsewhere
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  36. Post #5716
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    October 2005
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    we had our christmas party at the hliton where it was 11 for a double jd and there wasn't a formal dresscode for that

    but then this is manchester and we all live in cardboard boxes so i dunno what it's like elsewhere
    were you in that dreadful function room on the first floor with the bar across the hall?
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  37. Post #5717
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    January 2007
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    i think we've had a slight misunderstanding

    i was just saying that wearing a very patterned tie with a striped shirt is a bad idea - i have nothing against patterned shirts!

    but why THE FUCK is there a brown belt involved
    in fact try to avoid too many patterns at all, just a flat colour is best. probably a dark one.
    also, hell if i know i just pulled the pic from tumblr, focus on the shirt and not the belt

    Edited:

    that looks terrible. really out of place.

    pattern shirts don't work with ties (unless it's ​very subtle).
    i feel like it would work a lot better if the jacket was either a couple shades lighter, or completely black
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  38. Post #5718
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    were you in that dreadful function room on the first floor with the bar across the hall?
    yes

    after getting excited to be in the tallest building in the city. what a rip-off
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  39. Post #5719
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    October 2005
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    also, hell if i know i just pulled the pic from tumblr, focus on the shirt and not the belt
    i was being asked about the tie - not the shirt

    Edited:

    yes

    after getting excited to be in the tallest building in the city. what a rip-off
    i know! there's no windows, and no altitude. completely worthless. my leavers ball with school was there, it was just a let down
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  40. Post #5720
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    January 2007
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    i was being asked about the tie - not the shirt
    ok
    the way you worded your post seemed like you were talking about the shirt
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