Beauty & Style Fashion/ Clothing

JD11

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Lyyynnnchy

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Oct 10, 2007
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www.asos.com.au

I buy so much off there and there own brand seems to work for me and at great value. Risky the first couple of times until you get an understanding of sizes.
Another vote for asos. Also agree with the risky until you get an understanding of the sizes. They do have a no questions asked return policy though you have to pay for the return postage. Now I have the sizes sorted I do most of my clothes shopping on there.

Spent $315 and got 5 shirts, 2 pairs of pants, 1 pair of jeans, 1 pair of sunnies, 1 pair of shoes, 3 jumpers
 

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Speck

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Jan 9, 2008
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Bought my first item off ASOS a month back, pair of shoes, very impressed. Would love to be able to buy more clothes but having a bit of a strange body shape it's hard to judge.

Did buy a pair of chinos off Ozsale, crazily slow shipping (a month from Sydney, like come on!) but for $30 inc postage compared to $80 in store I couldn't refuse.
 

Thomas9

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bump.

ASOS/the Iconic are the usual suspects. I generally alternate between Street/Smart casual attire. I only 'suit up' when entirely necessary, as I simply don't rate dressy attire as a 20 year old. Love my fashion, though. What brands/styles is everyone into at the mo?
 

Silent Alarm

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Jul 9, 2010
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what do you mean "this summer"? chuck on some wayfarers and it's the uniform.
Impossible to wear in winter. Unlike my home coastal WA town, shorts in the freezing winter is a (rightful) stain on any streetscape (like a Starbucks or Subway). In winter, there's a dozen Uniforms. In summer, there's seemingly only one. Is this peak cultural condensing (like how everyone apparently wore flannellys in 1995) or some kind of unifier, like how schools have uniforms so the richer kids can't show off their new Billabong jumper?

Summer in any Australian city is hot as fu**. You can almost only wear shorts and t-shirts. So everyone is forced to wear the one single uniform. The only point of differentiation is the sunnies (are yours deadstock vintage bro? How did you import Warby Parkers, I thought they only shipped to the US? My face isn't boxy nor round, do I go round or square?) and shoes (are we still doing Roshes? 574s look bad with jeans, so is this their time to shine? How f’ed up should my Old Skools be before I can wear them down High Street?). Aside from that, we are all unified by the white tee and khaki short. I personally like the American Apparel shorts. Good fit.
 

katana

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Impossible to wear in winter. Unlike my home coastal WA town, shorts in the freezing winter is a (rightful) stain on any streetscape (like a Starbucks or Subway). In winter, there's a dozen Uniforms. In summer, there's seemingly only one. Is this peak cultural condensing (like how everyone apparently wore flannellys in 1995) or some kind of unifier, like how schools have uniforms so the richer kids can't show off their new Billabong jumper?
the khaki/white is a big improvement on pastel shorts and brightly coloured singlets (ugh). do you cuff? i don't cuff my khakis but I do cuff my navys because they're baggier. i think the cuff looks lame on men with jeans (really good on girls tho) but good on shorts mostly. or how bout the t-shirt cuff? i think it's a bit lame. too much cuff is barely enuff for some.
 

Silent Alarm

sack Lyon
Jul 9, 2010
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the khaki/white is a big improvement on pastel shorts and brightly coloured singlets (ugh). do you cuff? i don't cuff my khakis but I do cuff my navys because they're baggier. i think the cuff looks lame on men with jeans (really good on girls tho) but good on shorts mostly. or how bout the t-shirt cuff? i think it's a bit lame. too much cuff is barely enuff for some.
Too much cuff makes you look like your mum forget your size when she went shopping. It makes you look like a tryhard and short (or with weird arms). Never a t-shirt cuff and not a short cuff. Just don't need the short cuff. I never cuff jeans but I'll cuff pants – big fan of the pant cuff; you just have to make sure they're the right kind of fit.
 

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