Hey guys,So I'm a college student in Nashville, and like most college students I'm mostly a t-shirt and jeans kind of guy, but I want to dress more like an adult, especially now that I'm graduating…Continue
"Close out stores are my secret. There is a Dilliards close out store here in Baton Rouge. I get Perry Ellis button-ups for $10-$20. I usually have to buy off-season... They Winter overstock in the Spring and the Summer overstock in the Fall."
"Living in the UK, I'm not sure what this store is...are they selling "slight seconds"?
If so, it's a good idea, most slight seconds have imperfections that most people really wouldn't notice, it's a great way to…"
"One of my favorite stores lately is "Thrift". Plenty of brands to choose from at a very good price. Obviously you need to take some time and check for defects, rips, stains, etc. You can even pick up some high end items,…"
"Skip brands go for what fits!
If you have a smart phone you might grab the app WhatsMySize. Put in your measurements and you will know by store and brand what should be close according to brand. BUT you have to try the clothing…"
"If you are building your wardrobe from the ground up, probably best to just get cheap "no frills" sort of stuff to start off with, if it looks smart on, fits well and is of reasonable quality, it is entirely fit for purpose.
"Shirts: LandsEnd, Charter Club
Pants: LandsEnd, Dockers, Dickies
Outerwear: North Face, London Fog
Accessories: Calvin Klein
Charter Club is Federated Department Stores' (Macy's, and...?) store brand. LandsEnd can be…"
"Unfortunately, there is no brand that's always cheap, high quality and stylish. Consequently, you can, as with so much in life, have your pick of two out of the trio of cheap, quick, and good. Since you're on a budget,…"
"You're going to get a lot of different advice on this one Ethan. There are as many different styles as there are men on this site. You need to determine what your style is before you look into prices. For example I wear…"
"Winkie emoticon not withstanding, "whatever brand you're selling" is a jerky, rude way to phrase your point.
And you either don't understand what the word "convert" means, or you don't think practitioners of…"
""My visa in the US ends in february and I am currently applying for jobs in Canada. Which I will then probably still need help from my parents whilst i again build up my client base again, should I be lucky enough to land a job. I do not feel…"
I just saw the following at the top of an ad in the January 2015 issue of National Geographic:"How to Tell Time Like a Man"Our digital-analog hybrid has two sides... tough and tougher."Really? Really??DavidSee More