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    Unknown fact: You can purchase your whole wardrobe from the clearance section and still be the hottest one in the room
    I dont usually buy anything unless its clearance, and I dont buy it unless I REALLY like it. I'm picky and cheap as well, but I KNOW I still look fly You just gotta know how/where to shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    And in a world of peacocks, I'm sure your the one flaunting your feathers
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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    Unknown fact: You can purchase your whole wardrobe from the clearance section and still be the hottest one in the room

    I dont usually buy anything unless its clearance, and I dont buy it unless I REALLY like it. I'm picky and cheap as well, but I KNOW I still look fly You just gotta know how/where to shop.
    +100!

    This is a damn good quote. You don't have to spend a fortune to look like a million bucks. I'm a big time bargain shopper too, but I only buy really good quality stuff, and I buy classic pieces that will be of utility for more than one season. I might only wear Adidas to the gym, but I guarantee you that I spent no more than $10-15 per shirt/shorts because I shop at outlets and hit the big sales. Also, I go to consignment stores with some regularity.

    A few years ago a guy who must have been a big wig executive of some kind lost a ton of weight, and treated himself to a new wardrobe. I'm a bodybuilder, so I know I have to get a full rec-cut on any suit I buy, whether it is new or not. But, if I can find a Hart, Schaffner, Marx suit for $25 at a consignment shop instead of the $400 it costs at Dillards, that allows me to spend $100 on tailoring and make it fit like it should. If I wore off the rack business clothes without getting them tailored I would look like a clown! :yim_rolling_on_the_

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    Do you have the most trouble with trousers? I've known bodybuilders with large quads/hammies that always wore stuff with an elastic waist.

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    I dunno, I dislike sticking out. You can find me in Athletic clothing, it's the most comfortable. Track pants, sweat pants, random T shirts, etc. I also do jeans and collared T shirts. It's usually one of those sorts of outfits that I'm wearing. It's all from Wal Mart or otherwise a closeout price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    +100!

    This is a damn good quote. You don't have to spend a fortune to look like a million bucks. I'm a big time bargain shopper too, but I only buy really good quality stuff, and I buy classic pieces that will be of utility for more than one season. I might only wear Adidas to the gym, but I guarantee you that I spent no more than $10-15 per shirt/shorts because I shop at outlets and hit the big sales. Also, I go to consignment stores with some regularity.
    Exacally! You can get name brand things too really cheap if thats what you want. But just like you, I love looking for unique pieces of clothing. I try to make sure I'd be able to wear it with other outfits as well or else you cant wear it often. I think alot of people think they cant look good if they don't have the money, but thats rubish. There are lots of opportunities to look good at a great price. I got my prom dress for $20 right after new years when they sell all these awsome dresses for less because of the holidays and stuff. My dress as originally $150. Just gotta know what your doing.

    Another secret: get pieces of clothing you can mix and match to widen your outfit possibilities. [i think i should just make my own little secrets]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alwar View Post
    Do you have the most trouble with trousers? I've known bodybuilders with large quads/hammies that always wore stuff with an elastic waist.
    Pants are the most ridiculous thing for me to find, thou art correct. I have the glutes/thighs/calves of a silverback gorilla, and a 34" waist. I would wear pants with an elastic waist if it didn't show on the outside. I can't bear to wear old man golfer pants with the elastic conspicuously showing on the outer seam of the trouser's waistband. The other thing I hate in pants is pleats. They make you look like you have a puffy bladder. Not very flattering, regardless of your physique. :steaming:

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    I dunno, I dislike sticking out. You can find me in Athletic clothing, it's the most comfortable. Track pants, sweat pants, random T shirts, etc. I also do jeans and collared T shirts. It's usually one of those sorts of outfits that I'm wearing. It's all from Wal Mart or otherwise a closeout price.
    I use to purchase clothing from walmart, but i noticed that for woman the clothes shrink too easily because its a crappy quality. I dont know if its the same for guys. The only thing I purchase from walmart is my food, underwear and socks. Thats it.
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    I agree with how lame elastic bands look on trousers and also think pleats are girly.

    My secret though is just being blessed with strikingly good looks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alwar View Post
    My secret though is just being blessed with strikingly good looks.
    I'm so jelouse
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    I feel ya Halla, I've gotta get my button down shirts custom fit to accommodate my chest and shoulders while being slim in the mid section.

    Suits are pretty much the same.

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