style lab where is a good place to shop if you wana look a little classy/dressy..

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  1. stonesthrow

    stonesthrow Grand puba and dattie, ridin shotty in the maserat OT Supporter

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    but not have faggot shit like that ae eagle and FCUK written all over your shit

    i want some nice pants, couple shirts a sweater and some shoes
     
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    lucky's
     
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    IMO zara is a classier/dressier version of H&M. If your town has one check it out
     
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    what's your budget?
     
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    werd, you can obviously get real expensive if you wanna go high-end. Barney's, Dior Homme :mamoru:
     
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    Dio Seijuro New Member

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    If you are talking about chain stores you can easily find at malls, and at AE/FCUK price range, I would think Club Monaco and Banana Republic are on the classy side as far as look is concerned. I am not a big fan of Zara or H&M or Benetton...very cheap and lots of sales, but not very good quality. Express dress shirts and pants are decent for the price, though I wouldn't buy their sweaters. Then there's the more boring hampton look at reasonable price you can get at places like J Crew, Lacoste, and Polo--it's classy, I wouldn't say it's dressy.

    Shoes... At mid price range and classier style, I like Cole Hann, J&M. Lacoste sneakers actually look pretty good if you can stay away from the conspicuous looking ones.
     
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    Lacoste/Polo here :wiggle: I'm only a junior in college so I'm not so much on the "dressy" style yet, but I still look good.
     
  8. stonesthrow

    stonesthrow Grand puba and dattie, ridin shotty in the maserat OT Supporter

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    probably about 350-400

    i dont need to look like james bond, just a few steps above relaxed jeans a plain T and some skate shoes
     
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    Lawl, Benetton is not cheap. And Zara and H&M have 4 sales a year; summer, January, and two midseason. No more than that.

    They are also the best places for experimenting with your classier side, as you can afford to make mistakes.
     

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