I dont wanna sound nasty, but if you go in 500 pound suits just for lectures and tutorials. Your gonna get labelled as a toff and snob and find it incredably hard to make friends.
I definitely need new clothes before uni. I seem to have none. We had a uniform at my 6th form (catholics and their love of rules!), which was fantastic because I didnt need to think about what to wear. Just a white shirt and then assorted pieces of black. But now I actually need clothes. Besides I reckon Mum will buy me some if I go shopping with her before I go. Woohoo! Theres nothing quite like sponging of the folks. I'll be sad when this gravy-train finally terminates.
Btw I definitely couldnt tell an expensive jacket from a cheap one. That kind of thing is meaningless to me. But I guess it depends on the sort of people you'll be hanging around with.
knowing uni students the only thing they can tell the difference between is beer. I really dont think anyone will be paying attention to whether its a cheap one or not.
What are people's view on tweed with a checked shirt and a red silk handkercheif protruding from the breast pocket?
i agree with it being a bit clichéd but i doubt you'll be wearing an outfit like that that often ... so wear what you want. if you're going somewhere or attending a formal event where you need look smart go for it. i think it's sexy.
Not the checked shirt, and I'm not sure about the red handkerchief, but I'm liking the tweed.
its all about the tweed this season baby!
Exactly. Tweed has a reputation for being old fashioned but it can look rather dashing. Just need to wear it sparingly though! Pip pip
Not as dashing as cavalier hats, but that's another story.
i may have to sport some tweed this season, cant get classier than tweed