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    Quote Originally Posted by Max727 View Post
    I want to become more into fashion but I just cant seem to get the hang of it. How do you guys keep up with today fashion?
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    Unique styles added new look into your personality.To make you attractive and gorgeous.But fashion style does not mean that you will have to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on what we call fashion and hot.
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    +1. I shop at Kohls and Macys for clothes but Fendi for my accessories
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fashion Cat View Post
    Keep an eye out for what you see on people and take note of the textures, color combos, and pairings of pants and shirts.
    If you're a guy, this is far easier for you to keep up appearances. A well dressed "money smart" person even with pedestrian brands goes far more than an immaculately clothed branded but poorly executed individual.
    Basic clothing stores will have whatever is in fashion up front and center - I keep an eye for that but only jump on things on sale.
    And I almost never keep up with with whatever is in the magazines - why try.
    ^ That's right on the money. Try shopping at H&M or Zara.com, then accessorize with nice watch, belt, sunglasses, etc etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max727 View Post
    ...and picked up a green ralph lauren half zip sweater ...
    I didn't read the whole topic but I've almost had a blackout when I saw this. Zips were cool about 10 years ago, now you want to have buttons . For start, try having an eye for detail. For example I am now wearing three high brand items that cost in totally 800$ on pants that cost 50$. Don't think that a higher price tag means better clothes. My 200$ black polo shirt has a black emblem on it that you can barely see but it's so damn pretty it speaks more than any brand sticker can. Try looking on instagram, there are a lot of people that do fashion. But don't be strictly tied to the things they wear, try to look at it like a suggestion. It's like cars. You see people supercharging lambos but if you have no experience you might go with normal one and then make your way up.

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    Wear what makes you comfortable and make sure it fits well. Shop on MrPorter.com, you can't go wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkoD View Post
    I didn't read the whole topic but I've almost had a blackout when I saw this. Zips were cool about 10 years ago, now you want to have buttons . For start, try having an eye for detail. For example I am now wearing three high brand items that cost in totally 800$ on pants that cost 50$. Don't think that a higher price tag means better clothes. My 200$ black polo shirt has a black emblem on it that you can barely see but it's so damn pretty it speaks more than any brand sticker can. Try looking on instagram, there are a lot of people that do fashion. But don't be strictly tied to the things they wear, try to look at it like a suggestion. It's like cars. You see people supercharging lambos but if you have no experience you might go with normal one and then make your way up.
    I never heard that buttons were better then zippers...

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    It depends who you listen to

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    Who do you listen to...

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