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    What's Your Style...

    Just wanted to see my fellow CWers' dressing styles and favourite clothing stores and/or brands.

    For me, the likes of Enyce, Fcuk, Adidas, Nike, Sean John, Puma, Gap, Tommy Hilfiger, Athletes World, Roots, Foot Locker, Champs do the trick.

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    Addidas, Nike, G-star, Fred Perry, FCUK,
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    Primark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk View Post
    Primark.
    Hmmm, interesting...


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    the only one out of them i wear is puma and thats for shoes and thats it
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    Hahaha. Fcuk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc View Post
    Hahaha. Fcuk.
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    Stuff that ain't too expensive and I don't feel like a berk in.

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    Worked in Clothes shops for years whilst at Uni (USC, Ted Baker, French Connection), so my clothing style is freebies Well, untill recently, when i've become too fat for most of it!

    Footwear: Got a pair of Converse, and a pair of Addidas trainers, plus an old battered set of K-Swiss i use for running nowadays. (thats the entirity of my collection of trainers)

    Pants: Mainly combats and stuff like that, got a few nice pairs of Diesel jeans or French Connection ones, and some Replay ones. got some decent G-Star combat style things that i can get away with in public n all.

    Tops: Anything offensive really Mainly band T-shirts, some random funny ones that i'll buy if i like the look of them, then if i'm scrubbing it around the house i'll just grab something i used to wear for work (its funny my lazy clothes are the branded stuff, the public stuff is the cheap lot!)

    I used to care about designer labels back when i got it all discounted. Now i work for the NHS so anything more than Oxfam is extravagent considering my wage!
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    Hand me downs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy View Post
    Hand me downs.
    Seriously?

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    Vast range of stuff TBH.

    Labels are usually out of my price range, being a student and all that, but I like to think I have good dress sense despite owning mostly fairly cheap clothes.

    Can very rarely be seen without a pair of jeans on, as with most people, but I do own about 5 different pairs at last count. Hate shorts, although sometimes in summer they're necessary.

    T-shirt-wise, I have a few band ones (G'N'R, RATM, Fall Out Boy, Tom Morello, Led Zeppelin) and various other assorted ones.

    Not averse to wearing a shirt, either - own roughly 8-10 shirts and three suits if the occasion demands it, including a dinner jacket and dark red waistcoat. Also have about 15 ties to go with.

    Have a few jumpers I'll occasionally break out, including a stripy pink one (), and a couple of hoodies which I'll wear if I'm willing to accept looking a bit chavvy.

    Have been known to go for the blazer-with-a-T-shirt look at times, not sure if I pull it off well or not, but it at least looks like I'm making an effort.

    Shoes-wise, I own a couple of pairs of cheap trainers, two pairs of Converse All-Stars (one white with red trim, one black), one pair of semi-smart brown shoes and a smart black pair which I also use for work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney Rubble View Post

    Have a few jumpers I'll occasionally break out, including a stripy pink one (), and a couple of hoodies which I'll wear if I'm willing to accept looking a bit chavvy.
    Hoodies dont have to be chavvy, i wear a black G-star hoody all the time, it looks too expensive to be chavvy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash_A55 View Post
    Hoodies dont have to be chavvy, i wear a black G-star hoody all the time, it looks too expensive to be chavvy
    You're lucky it's black, generally black hoody would indicate metalhead as opposed to chav, regardless of the brand on it. Either way, expensive hoodies are even worse, one of the key principles of chavvism is that all clothes and jewellery must look expensive whilst actually being cheap and tacky.

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