• Fix Up! Look Sharp! V7
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[QUOTE=Lamar;35784413]I'd think it really depends on what you're wearing. Do you like the chest-pockets on those? It would be a deal-breaker for me.[/QUOTE] I could easily get them off if I wanted to
Hey EVERYONE. What do you think of [url=http://www.topman.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?beginIndex=0&viewAllFlag=&catalogId=33056&storeId=12555&productId=4267695&langId=-1&sort_field=Relevance&categoryId=207172&parent_categoryId=207170&pageSize=20]these[/url] jeans? [t]http://media.topman.com/wcsstore/TopMan/images/catalog/69S16DBLK_large.jpg[/t] I want to buy a new pair of jeans and Topman's 'Stretch Skinny' range fits me wonderfully. Black is an inoffensive colour, too. My sister works for Topman's company so she can get me them for £27
They're good jeans man, I love stretch skinny jeans from Topman, because they're actually skinny, it's great. I need a new jacket guys, was more or less this, but blue [img]http://riverisland.scene7.com/is/image/RiverIsland/260477_main?$hero$[/img] So like, does anyone have anything in that style? Not that, though. I don't mean like similar, I just don't like little skimpy jackets, I like big ones. Any suggestions?
[QUOTE=fritter22;35776914]Should probably be slightly above the knee when standing. Like and inch or two at most, but they proobably shouldn't go past the knee.[/QUOTE]Fuck it, I'll just return them and get a size bigger in case they shrink after washing and become too short
is river island clothing good quality? They have some nice stuff on their website.
[QUOTE=RobbL;35783698]Which colour FULS? [thumb]http://img.reiss.co.uk/downloads/Image/product/632x724/417154-30-1.jpg[/thumb] [thumb]http://img.reiss.co.uk/downloads/Image/product/632x724/417154-64-1.jpg[/thumb][/QUOTE] just use team spirit paint [editline]1st May 2012[/editline] but seriously, yeah, it depends on what you're wearing with it. Everyone in my school has like 20 of those, and they wear them when it's like 70 outside
UNIQLO have this fashion and practicality theme throughout their brand, but its mostly myths. However in their INNOVATION range they have sports gear which is borderline fashion. I mean I do a lot of walking and running, so if you do sports I'd defiantly look at it. [url]http://www.uniqlo.com/uk/store/clothing/uip/men/[/url] Also I think having long hair was the worst choice of my life, I got it cut to bangs recently (Not like really flamboyant bangs) for school and everything is so much easier. I used to wear a head band when skateboarding or playing Tennis and now it just sits out of my eyeline; I also used to go through shampoo so quickly and get really hot quickly. This isn't even dramatically different, just like 4 inches or so at the sides and a lot of weight taken out of it. Also pretty much everyone has said it looks better; So anyone with long hair, give short hair a try [editline]1st May 2012[/editline] Oh yeah and is it worth trying to find a nice looking backpack for school? I feel shoulder bags are so generic now and back packs are so much better; but I don't ever see a back pack and think its looks nice. I know a Chinese guy with a black and yellow backpack and it looks good on him, but I think its just because he is Chinese.
[QUOTE=hula whoop;35786179]is river island clothing good quality? They have some nice stuff on their website.[/QUOTE] Oh god no the quality is fucking terrible. I bought a £80 jacket from there, first week, button on pocket fell off and zip ripped, replaced, happened again ages after warranty, which was like 2 weeks. Bought shoes, heel fell off, replaced, happened again, got a cobbler to put a heel on, no problems.. It's really nice stuff just don't expect it to last long.
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[QUOTE=Zethiwag;35785357]Hey EVERYONE. What do you think of [url=http://www.topman.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?beginIndex=0&viewAllFlag=&catalogId=33056&storeId=12555&productId=4267695&langId=-1&sort_field=Relevance&categoryId=207172&parent_categoryId=207170&pageSize=20]these[/url] jeans? [t]http://media.topman.com/wcsstore/TopMan/images/catalog/69S16DBLK_large.jpg[/t] I want to buy a new pair of jeans and Topman's 'Stretch Skinny' range fits me wonderfully. Black is an inoffensive colour, too. My sister works for Topman's company so she can get me them for £27[/QUOTE] cant argue against them for that price
[QUOTE=Erasus;35786490]Oh god no the quality is fucking terrible. I bought a £80 jacket from there, first week, button on pocket fell off and zip ripped, replaced, happened again ages after warranty, which was like 2 weeks. Bought shoes, heel fell off, replaced, happened again, got a cobbler to put a heel on, no problems.. It's really nice stuff just don't expect it to last long.[/QUOTE] River Island pretty good for shirts, jeans and some jackets; but shoes there are the worst things ever.
So FULS, what do you think for a job interview outfit? It's a position for the city i live in. I'm thinking of going with my pin-stripe grey suit, but do you think that would be overkill? I can post pictures once i get the suit coat back.
So i'm in need of a shopping spree. I've saved up a lot of money from work, so this weekend i'm going out to the city to buy some t-shirts, a jacket of some sort, brown jeans [url]http://shop.cottonon.com/shop/product/spitfire-jean-1/[/url] (Something like this. Funnily enough I have a $50 voucher for this store.) And some new casual shoes, preferably black ones. Now my question is, what type of jackets is probably the best to have, I was thinking along the lines of these styles. [url] http://www.aliexpress.com/product-fm/434558153-Male-Fashion-Trench-Coat-Black-Grey-leisure-jacket-coat-Men-s-Slim-NEW-Men-s-Slim-wholesalers.html[/url] [url] http://www.aliexpress.com/product-fm/423333763-trench-coat-winter-coats-mens-coat-GS-coat-jacket-winter-coat-mens-jacket-black-Grey-coats-wholesalers.html[/url] (Without the bigass buckle But i'm open for suggestions. And for the shoes, something like this [url] http://www.antimall.com.au/edward-mens-shoes---black--white--black-esmedbwb-1090p[/url] Anyone have any thoughts?
[QUOTE=JohnStamosFan;35791980]So FULS, what do you think for a job interview outfit? It's a position for the city i live in. I'm thinking of going with my pin-stripe grey suit, but do you think that would be overkill? I can post pictures once i get the suit coat back.[/QUOTE] depends on the job I find that in most cases, a suit is overkill if your FP profile is correct in your age, and you are getting a job that's in an office environment, a dress shirt and slacks is about as dressy as I'd get
i think that a suit would be ok, as long as youd keep it simple. then again, depends on the job. if its not something too high up, then what protocol said is fine
[QUOTE=JohnStamosFan;35791980]So FULS, what do you think for a job interview outfit? It's a position for the city i live in. I'm thinking of going with my pin-stripe grey suit, but do you think that would be overkill? I can post pictures once i get the suit coat back.[/QUOTE] If it's a job where you'd be wearing a suit every day (most office jobs) then I'd wear a suit to the interview. If you are trying to get a job at Tesco then just wear something smart. If you aren't sure still then it's better to err on the formal side. Dressing too casual may give the impression that you don't care about the job too much, whereas too formal will probably tell the interviewer that you are eager to impress them. That said, be sensible and keep it simple. No one will hire you if you turn up in full Morning Dress.
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Looking for a cheaping ish, lest say under £40 hoody, I already have a plain hoody so i'm looking for something interesting, but not really ott and crazy, i've looked on HM, Topman and Routeone so far, and a lot of the hoodys at routeone are great but very expensive. Could somebody recommend something for me, im like 5,11 and skinny ish if that helps :)
[QUOTE=lemoncurry;35797180]Looking for a cheaping ish, lest say under £40 hoody, I already have a plain hoody so i'm looking for something interesting, but not really ott and crazy, i've looked on HM, Topman and Routeone so far, and a lot of the hoodys at routeone are great but very expensive. Could somebody recommend something for me, im like 5,11 and skinny ish if that helps :)[/QUOTE] What about this? [url]http://www.size.co.uk/product/size--mustang-quilt-hoody/62532/[/url]
[t]http://desmond.imageshack.us/Himg84/scaled.php?server=84&filename=20120502155400.jpg&res=landing[/t] recommend me a haircut, please. picture is provided to show forehead size and overall amount of hair. i don't usually wear it this way, more of a swished look to the side
[QUOTE=RobbL;35773527][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Z9Kjn.png[/IMG] MY EYES[/QUOTE] I actually love hawaiian shirts
[QUOTE=JohnStamosFan;35791980]So FULS, what do you think for a job interview outfit? It's a position for the city i live in. I'm thinking of going with my pin-stripe grey suit, but do you think that would be overkill? I can post pictures once i get the suit coat back.[/QUOTE] plain grey suit white shirt red tie
[QUOTE=NightmareXx;35799500]plain grey suit white shirt red tie[/QUOTE] blegh, estate agent. dark grey suit white shirt navy blue tie black shoes
i thought navy suits were the rule for interviews
do a huey lewis
[IMG]http://tattoo-piercing-art.com/gallery/piercing/nose/piercing-nose-men-male.jpg[/IMG] what ya think of nose rings
not only are those awful on men (I dislike them on anyone, but they look even worse on men), your dirt stache is also horribad
It's hard to tell without a full-face shot, but your facial hair is bleh.
[QUOTE=Upgrade123;35801942]It's hard to tell without a full-face shot, but your facial hair is bleh.[/QUOTE] its not mine, im just asking what you guys think
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