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    Default Dressing Comfortable

    I'm not into fashion, I have no sense of fashion other than comfort, basically. I don't have pictures to past, as I do not have access to a computer, but a normal outfit for me is a t-shirt, shorts/jeans, and tennis shoes/sperrys/flip flops, and the occasional hat. I have a receding hairline, that I shave completely bald during the summer. I'm only 5'7", and kinda fat. I do have broad shoulders and short, yet massive legs. Most shorts I wear are right above, or just to my knee cap.

    What can I do to improve my "style" without looking like a bag of douche, a retard, and just being uncomfortable?
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    Default Re: Dressing Comfortable

    1 - Look outside. "You are not a unique snowflake". Look in the street, in pubs, and you will see people with the same physique than you, check what's great with their style, and mimic.

    2 - Don't try to change your whole look in one day. Go shopping (bring a lady friend with you!), and learn to try a looot of stuff. Why do you think girls try 100 things, but leave with only one? There is so many things out there, you can find the perfect weapon for you. Take some stuff you like, and one thing that is a bit more that what you are used to, but you are certain it would look great on you once you get used to it. Then wear it, all the time, especially in public places. It has to become a part of you. Once you are used to it, go get another one!

    3 - You won't like it, but... Hit the gym If it's easier for you, start a sport, like a martial art, or fencing, or anything where peer pressure will get you more fit

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    Default Re: Dressing Comfortable

    I don't know what's good style, I just know what I like. Fencing? Ha nobody around here does that.
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    Default Re: Dressing Comfortable

    Being well-dressed means putting it all together. You can't buy one nice shirt, wear that with all of your old clothes, and think that others will see you as well-dressed. You'll just look like a guy who went to the mall & bought a new shirt.

    So think about updating your entire wardrobe. Establish a weekly budget and go shopping once or twice a week (it's also a great time to sarge and try out opinion openers). Go to stores you've never been in before, you'll be amazed what you can find.

    Don't think of a particular style, think of a theme-what do you want to be seen as? Smart? A bad boy? A musician? Use that to drive your purchase decisions, not a specific style or brand. Brands go out of style (Ed Hardy) as well as fashion fads (preppy/popped collar). But a well-picked theme that is congruent with your personality won't.

    Since you're a heavier guy, you might want to consider casual jackets & vests, which would visually cover the extra weight. It's also a very adaptable look, casual enough for a bar but nicer than what most guys are wearing. These jackets are made for night clubs so they don't have as much interior padding as a formal jacket, and they are much, much cheaper than a formal blazer/jacket as well. They also can be worn with jeans. I can't post URLs yet, but go to macys.com and look up men's vests and blazers, you can see if the look is for you.

    Pay attention to fit. If the jeans or shorts do not show off your butt, don't buy them. Women look at guy's butts like we do their chest.

    Eventually you'll get all the bases covered: shirts, pants, shorts, socks, shoes, accessories. It's much easier to separate yourself from the sneakers/jeans/t-shirt crowd than you think, and believe me, women notice.

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    Default Re: Dressing Comfortable

    Thanks! I'll definitely be working on this!
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