Josh Willems
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Dressing too well in college?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Josh Willems Sep 30, 2013. 25 Replies

I’m currently facing a bit of a dilemma. I’m just starting my senior year in college, and while I’ve always enjoyed classic men's style and dressing nicely, I’ve been wondering lately if there’s such…Continue

Leather Jacket Dilemma

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul_of_TX Feb 18, 2013. 6 Replies

Hello all! I'm a longtime lurker here and I've sure learned a lot, but I've got a bit of a dilemma on my hands. In an effort to upgrade my wardrobe without busting my college budget I've begun…Continue

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Josh Willems replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"Thanks for all the replies, guys! It's good to have the encouragement, and there's been a ton of great advice as well. Now I just need to figure out how I want to improve my style. I figure I'll start out slow at first. I'd…"
Sep 30, 2013
Sean Evans replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"If you are trying to be a professional, act like it. The way you dress gives everyone around you a first impression of you. It is your choice whether that impression is a kid wearing sandals and a tie-dye shirt or a man wearing a button down shirt…"
Sep 29, 2013
Mike Copperman replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"You can dress well and dress casually. It wouldn't look much differently than what you wear now. Keep the boots, but also wear some canvas shoes sometimes. Instead of a sportcoat or a nice sweater, wear a casual sweater or a jacket that is a…"
Sep 28, 2013
Eric Petersen replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"The only times you can overdress: Wearing a tuxedo outside of a fancy shindig. Wearing pants to a pool party ... and that's it. Now go, and be golden. "
Sep 22, 2013
David F. replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"The current fashion seems to be a bag over shirt on the women and t-shirt and jeans for the guys during the day. The PJ Look is probably a morning class thing.  "
Sep 20, 2013
Ben G. replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"Dress for where you're going, not where you are now."
Sep 19, 2013
Jack Bauer replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"Its the night school thing.  I went to some night classes in undergrad and law school ... different breed of student.  More grown men than ex-highschoolers. JB"
Sep 19, 2013
Nathanael replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"I see a lot of sweatpants from my students (in fairness, quite a few are athletes and have morning practices), along with some pajamas.  I don't really expect anything beyond a clean t-shirt and jeans, and would be astounded to see a tie…"
Sep 19, 2013
Nathanael replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"And several steps above what most undergrads wear today."
Sep 19, 2013
Carl Monster replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"This look: Timeless, collegiate."
Sep 19, 2013
Brian Bandas replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"Probably a redundant answer, but the most important thing by a wide margin, is for you to embrace what makes you yourself, and wear it with swagger--not just literally wearing your clothing--but everything else as well. I am a professional music in…"
Sep 18, 2013
Josh Willems replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"Thanks everyone for your replies! Like some of you said, I guess I just need to quit worrying about what others think and just do what I feel comfortable with. Which is kinda the way I was leaning anyways. I've made some nice finds at thrift…"
Sep 17, 2013
Patrick DeVaughn replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"“You can never be overdressed or overeducated.” - Oscar Wilde When I'm dressed nicely, I tend to feel more confident and have a better attitude toward the day (i.e. I don't feel I look like a slob and worry about that all day)."
Sep 17, 2013
Native Son replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"What you're describing is less dressy than "business casual."  Don't sweat it.  It's small stuff."
Sep 17, 2013
David F. replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"No, you will be dressing better then 90% and you will be noticed.  That is a good thing.  I have a friend who is an undergrad in business.  He wears a tie every day, not a suit but nice clothing and a tie.  At the start of this…"
Sep 17, 2013
Alan Andrews replied to Josh Willems's discussion Dressing too well in college?
"If nothing else, dressing well when almost everyone else in your field and peer group is dressing much more casually will make you memorable.  It may not necessarily give you an advantage professionally, but you will be noticed and remembered."
Sep 17, 2013

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