Message from Deleted User in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #fashion

2018-05-29 03:00:04 UTC  

At the very minimum/most casual

2018-05-29 03:00:28 UTC  

90% of my T's are plain colors

2018-05-29 03:00:34 UTC  

Good lol

2018-05-29 03:00:51 UTC  

nothing beats a black T

2018-05-29 03:01:46 UTC

2018-05-29 03:01:50 UTC  

crew, not v

2018-05-29 03:02:04 UTC  

and disavow these ripped jeans

2018-05-29 03:02:29 UTC  

If I were to go more refined, I would go boot-style shoes, dark non ripped pants, and a polo

2018-05-29 03:03:01 UTC

2018-05-29 03:03:03 UTC  

Like this

2018-05-29 03:04:05 UTC  

Layers are also good. Like a white dress shirt under a sweater. Or, a cardigan in mild temperatures over a solid color t shirt

2018-05-29 03:05:26 UTC  

yeah I fvck with those dressy boots

2018-05-29 03:06:04 UTC  

Idk. I'm torn on ripped pants (no pun intended). I think that as far as IE goes, we want a refined and professional look. Ripped pants are intended to make you look tough/edgy, but the look comes across often as really shallow to where you look like you're trying too hard and are being a f-ggy poser.

2018-05-29 03:06:21 UTC  


2018-05-29 03:06:28 UTC  

most look fkn gay

2018-05-29 03:06:44 UTC  

that guy in the pic actually doesnt look so bad

2018-05-29 03:07:06 UTC  

He can look the part a bit better

2018-05-29 03:07:11 UTC  

But most can't

2018-05-29 03:07:16 UTC  

Even muscular guys

2018-05-29 03:07:57 UTC  

t shirts look horrid on nonmuscular guys imo

2018-05-29 03:08:11 UTC  

I've recently become all too keen on noticing this

2018-05-29 03:08:40 UTC  

men just look 99% better, bigger

2018-05-29 03:08:57 UTC  

Looking good in t shirts all depend on the size

2018-05-29 03:09:23 UTC  

If you're non muscular, you can pull off a small t because it better hugs your body and makes you look a bit more filled out

2018-05-29 03:11:05 UTC  

pro tip

2018-05-29 03:11:14 UTC  

dont tuck it in like this

2018-05-29 03:11:17 UTC

2018-05-29 03:11:38 UTC  

his waist just looks larger than probably really is

2018-05-29 03:16:43 UTC  

Ideally don't tuck in at all unless it's a dress shirt or polo

2018-05-29 03:17:04 UTC  

Also, don't make the bottom of your pants that high

2018-05-29 03:17:07 UTC  

And wear socks

2018-05-29 03:21:08 UTC

2018-05-29 03:21:25 UTC  

I definitely fvck with these coats

2018-05-29 12:48:12 UTC  

Tool tuck is A-ok in my book. Also pants that are torn or dirty because you actually work.

2018-05-29 12:52:39 UTC  

Firehose pants from Duluth Trading company are awesome btw

2018-05-29 13:08:17 UTC  

Do they come with a dog?

2018-05-29 13:30:30 UTC  

Unfortunately no.

2018-05-29 16:52:03 UTC  

I wear jeans, but Levi sucks. In the last 10 years they stopped making them thick. I wear a pair out in about 2 months. But I get weird holes in my jeans from tool apron and tape measure.

2018-05-29 17:16:12 UTC  

These firehose pants seem to be holding up pretty well. I do a lot of crawling under equipment and I haven't torn them yet. They are a little bit warmer than jeans but they protect you better. Plus I like the pocket design. There's a good place for everything.

2018-05-29 18:46:37 UTC  

I wear 5.11 tactical cargo pants, olive green. Would definitely recommend!

2018-05-29 18:47:28 UTC  

The knees are holding up great. A few holes in the back pockets from tools.