Post prep questions, inspo, and recent cops
Prep is still the most dry version of menswear imaginable, it's stuff 44 year old hedge fund owners wear. It's stale, unimaginative and hardly counts as fashionable in today's world. If however you're still interested in pursuing this style then go to your nearest department store or Target and shop there and no where else
>It's stale, unimaginative and hardly counts as fashionable in today's world.
menswear does not attempt to be any of these things. you're completely missing the point.
there are many different variations on prep, do you not understand this? do you seriously think you can dress like anyone in this thread by shopping at target?
your opinion is so uninformed. but i suppose that shouldn't surprise me.
>Do you seriously think you can dress like anyone in this thread by shopping at target?
Yes in fact I do, all items taken from the Target AU catalog :^)
that's not proper prep, this is some shitty millennial interpretation
once again proving you really have no clue what you're talking about
plaque belt? low waisted chinos? cutaway collar shirt? trash
well, it's too clean a look for proper prep
shirt needs to be a summery thick cotton, not dress shirt, could overall do with more bold colors, incorporated via a different shirt or pullover/vest and/or socks
pants could do with crease and cuff
and then playful fine little details like shirt cufflinks, a more fancy belt or shoes, a wristwatch
These are pretty slick fits
It means that he's being autistic.
He can't come to terms with the fact that people don't go to class/walk around town in a double breasted suit anymore
>If you don't like trash middle aged menswear then the only other type of fashion available to you is shitty streetwear
W E W L A D
Dude no need to be salty just bc u dress like the dad in a National Lampoon film
Same shit I wear now, I'm in a career where I've got creative freedom to wear whatever I want. My 43 year old colleague wears RO runners and pod shorts to work regularly
I'm sorry you're stuck in a career path that doesn't let you express yourself
Salty? Grow up and speak like an adult.
So "Rick Owens Paris street style" is how you dress yourself? You literally follow 4chan meme fashion...
You'll grow up one day and realize, wow I've been following trends my whole life how pathetic am I, your epiphany moment will happen.
Not the guy you're replying to but I wear stuff in a similar vein to "Rick Owens Paris Style" as you said. However, I work in the business, call me pathetic that's alright it's just that more avant garde stuff is essentially our uniform just how your uniform is a nice button up.
Live and let live.
Know anyone who does MTM seersucker/madras jackets in the trad cut for a reasonable price?
Am too small for OTR (32r) and difficult to find big boy sizes that are either too big in chest or too short in arms.
The shirt of Crew haveth many a fine detail
Popovers prints locker loops and back collar buttons galore
Alas however the most important feature thine shirt doth fail
The collar rolleth not unlike BB shirts of lore
H A R A M
Maybe I'm just too Euro to understand your prep.
Some things make sense. Good, lasting items, that can handle multiple climates and formalities... and then you have those things too prep to survive, like >>11528355
But you gotta have some items that are 'too prep.' Not everything is a matter of practicality. I'm sure you can appreciate that as someone who wears Rick Owens. I don't mean that in a bad way, but I'm sure those clothes aren't made for every situation. I could be wrong about that though. I've never worn RO
I keep seeing this image posted.
What's so great about it? What's the appeal?