w2c this top or something similar
I just want a clean looking, waterproof black raincoat/jacket with a not too small hood. (pic related) It rains every day where I live and I'm sick of it.
All I find are baggy looking hiking jackets. Halp plox!
Don't know anything about hair or any of that shit, so I figured this'd be the board, if any, to ask.
So I'm 19, and used to have a jewfro when I was 17. Got it cut short when I was 18 (First picture)
I let it grow out to what the second and third pictures are, and have kept it that way for a while. I like how it is in the front, but hate how nest-y it looks in the back and sides (Third picture).
Any help? Kinda hard to find ideas that work with a bad baby face.
Ugh my babyface but I think I am have a decent face.
isnt this a fauxpas? He is the only candidate with an open suit, and I don't think I've ever seen him with a closed jacket. Any reason for this?
poo in loo has a sicker shoe collection than you
What kind of underwear do you use /fa/ ?
Is finasteride really effective or it's just a dank meme?
I don't want to die without hair ;_;
I love the look of a lot of Visvim stuff, but $155 for a fucking black cotton beanie? Seriously?
Have a job interview on monday for a professional position. HR said to dress business casual. Is this a trap? Why would they tell me that? I'm leaning 99% to showing up in a suit regardless.
A good rule of thumb is to dress one level above what you would normally wear when you're employed. For example, if you're applying to become a mechanic, khakis and a polo would be suitable, but if you're going to be applying for an office job like where a button down and khakis is the norm, I would wear a suit.
he's not going to chew on you because you put the effort on wearing a suit son
I've had these for a few months now. I'd say that the quality is pretty good for the price, but it's nothing stellar.
I'm in college and want a suit for job fairs and interviews.
One of the things I notice on campus are other students with overly baggy suits, I want something fitted and nice but also affordable.
What's a good place to buy a suit? I was thinking JCrew but then again I don't know much about suits.
J press. Take advantage of their 70% off sale. If you live near one (new haven, NYC, Washington, D.C., or Boston) you should go for free alterations. If not it should be fine buying online and getting it done elsewhere. I bought the prestige suit for about 300. I am liking it a lot
22, 5'11 and very slim, in good shape.
Got some cash and need to update my wardrobe
What are some essentials for me? Looking to splash out on 1 or 2 mid range expensive 'things' ($200-250) what would you recommend? A coat?
And then need more basics- pants and shirts etc. Already have nice socks and jocks, and will get a nicer suit when the time comes. This is simply a wardrobe fix.
Irrelevant pic of Bowie.
The sample images are plebsentials. Good brands but terrible examples.
In that price range for a coat you'd need either to find it in sale or 2nd hand. Nothing wrong with second hand coats imo, check what ebay etc offers in Acne Studios for example. As you are talking about basics, would be good to start from APC & Norse (more expensive) and Uniqlo & COS (cheaper).
can I get an ID on these jeans?
doop are you here?
these in mens, but without the logo or rubber toe cap?
Is it possible to find?