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#1
Yeah. lol.
I searchbarred but i don't doubt this has been done before.

So we guys (no offense, girls, it's just that our styles differ too greatly ) may discuss what we enjoy and over.
No, it is not gay, I am straight and I love wearing sweet clothes.

So yeah if not been done before then If so, go ahead and close and direct me to another thread.
#7
lets face it all we are gna get is band t shirts with some ****ty jeans or shorts

most metal heads have no sense of tight or style
Without music, life would be a mistake.
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#8
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lets face it all we are gna get is band t shirts with some ****ty jeans or shorts

most metal heads have no sense of tight or style



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#10
I haven't bought a band shirt in 3/4 years.
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#12
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Holy crap I have that exact jacket

So yeah, that, and jeans. With a nice shirt on too.
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#13
Band shirt and jeans, the occasional non-band shirt, and sometimes some shorts.

Every now and then, when I'm feeling fancy, I'll throw on an overshirt for kicks.
#14
I'm gonna come out and be honest that i am an American Eagle and Abercrombie addict. 75% of my clothes are from there just because its easy to walk in there and come out feeling like you have a sense of style
#16
long sleeved shirts, short sleeve collared shirts, or T-shirts with a white zip-up sweater, with boot cut jeans, and a nice belt for me please.

i am t3h anti-guitarist style

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I'm gonna come out and be honest that i am an American Eagle and Abercrombie addict. 75% of my clothes are from there just because its easy to walk in there and come out feeling like you have a sense of style



+1. a lot of my stuff comes from AE and Aeropostale or Banana Republic. i know I'm paying for a lot more than it's worth, but whatever.

however i try to avoid their OBVIOUSLY preppy crap. you have to go on the right days when the stuff they're selling isn't a bright pink shirt with a collar that can't be put down.


EDIT: Zoo York also makes some pretty awesome shirts
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#18
I want a bright yellow pair of jeans, but the ones in shops are all skinny jeans, which I don't like.

How would I go abouts bleaching a pair and colouring it yellow?
(Some product names would help rather than just "bleach it in a bucket and use yellow dye")
#19
Charity shops are ace. Jumble sales too. I love it all. I got a nice big old duffel coat recently from one. And a pair of super skinnies, as I didn't have any proper blue denim ones. Size 6 skinny... crikey.
#20
a nice black tee and some comfy jeans and im set
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#21
Youstars

Koreans got style son.
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#22
I shouldn't be in here, but whatever.

+1 to the guy who posted the pea coat. It's still in "style" for this winter.
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#23
Some kind of durable work-quality long sleeve, button-up, collared shirt(Western cut denim, Western cut cotton, flannel, or one from walmart). with white undershirt or no undershirt depending on weather. Yes, the shirts are tucked in.

Wrangler or Levi boot-cut jeans, that look new when you buy them, and 5 years later are almost see-through from being worn so much.

Cowboy boots, brown or black. Or black combat boots from Army surplus store.

Some kind of cowboy hat.

Nice black or brown belt with belt buckle. either the one with a large arrowhead on it, one with an eagle on it, or one with a small utility knife in it(has an awesome wolf design on it).

Sure, no one around here dresses like this but me, but I'm comfortable and everytihng else just looks odd on me unless it's a nice suit.
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#25
I started wearing everything from polo shirts to V necks to short vests this year; felt that my closet needed changes (and it still does, more than half my shirts are black )
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Youstars

Koreans got style son.

It's just a copy from the Japanese anyways.
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#26







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#27
What are some good, cheap, preferably fitted v-neck t-shirts that come in something other than white?
#30
My "fashion" is pretty wide ranging. I guess I focus on slim fitting clothes though, as I'm a lanky guy and therefore like to show off my figure (guys can have a figure too, just not an hourglass one).
Anyway, I wear skinny jeans mostly, but none of that skin tight ball busting bollocks. Then on top either a plain T in summer, or a relatively simple shirt or jacket the rest of the year and occasionally a leather jacket to counterbalance the whole "indie scenester" vibe. Basically, nothing that makes a big statement about me, just clothes that compliment the way I look.
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#31
What are some good, cheap, preferably fitted v-neck t-shirts that come in something other than white?

American Eagle. around where i am i just got 4 new vnecks that are vintage fit (their way of saying tight fit) for 28 bucks bcuz of buy 1 get one half off. otherwise they run from like 10 bucks to 15 bucks
#32
I just spent a good bit of money on a pair of suits, together might be worth more than some of your guitars, and there's nothing more awesome then a nice suit.
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#33
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I just spent a good bit of money on a pair of suits, together might be worth more than some of your guitars, and there's nothing more awesome then a nice suit.



i agree with this man

#34
i wear a stained baggy singlet, running pants and of course a pair of vans authentics and a bent brim hat backwards
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#35
All black all the way. Almost all the time. Jeans, combats, shirt, t-shirt, with various jumpers, hoodies and jackets. It's what I like to think of as anti-style, and the sh*tness of male fashion in the 80's drove me to it.
I do still have some army shirts, and some cowboy shirts my late uncle brought me back from the Calgary Stampede; these provide some occaisional bursts of something like variety.
Sometimes I'll take a mad notion to modify some jeans - bleach and a scalpel come out to play. The results are quite random, but always interesting. (Last ones I did, caused comment from my sis-in-law. The laugh was, mine cost £6.16, hers were over £150...)
There's two things I want, tho'; more suits for one. You can't go wrong with a sharp suit, Chelsea boots, and a loose long shirt. Or the Nick Cave look for that matter! Don't overlook the New York look from from the late 70's - as modelled extensively by the male members of Blondie. Which brings me neatly to the other...
...bespoke Cons. Sadly, they won't ship over to the UK. Pity, the design program gave me hours of fun, and at least 5 designs I'd have bought.
Love the Specials tee, btw.
#36
converse, semi-tight jeans, band shirt or other music related shirt, and black hoodie (No designs, just plain black with plain white on the inside)


so interesting, isnt it?
#38
V neck+Skinny Jeans+Converse
Repeat, sometimes swapping out the V neck for flannel or just a really bright shirt.


Edit: \/ He knows what's going on.
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#39
v necks, skinny jeans, sweaters, shirts, converse/plimsolls
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