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    Nike/Adidas tracksuits.
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    (Original post by .ACS.)
    I intend to simply wear what I normally do, that is smart casual: chinos or smart jeans (or suit trousers from time to time), with a shirt, and smart shoes.

    Everyone says how great it is to go to university and wear what you want and be 'individual' and whatnot, but the reality is there still seems to be a uniform of jeans and a top of some sort.
    I hope you are kidding me. Don't even think about wearing Trousers and shirt to uni lol
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    A mix of both most of the time. I'm generally a sporty person and like my football shirts and tracksuits, but also like my jeans and t-shirts/tops. In any case, wear what you want to wear.
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    Damn.

    And here I was hoping boys at uni just wander around naked.
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    It depends really, I don't really stick to one style, thoguh generally i'll wear jeans, t-shirt with either a jacket or cardigan, canvas shoes, and possibly a coat/nice topman or new look jacket depending on the weather, and a long coat and scarf during the winter. In the summer or generally when it's warm i'll wear shorts or three quarters or sth. and of course if I wake up late or hungover in a state of panic i'll just slip on a uni hoody and run down Euston Road :p:

    (Original post by myheadsbeenspinning)
    Damn.

    And here I was hoping boys at uni just wander around naked.
    I agree, it does suck :p:
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    remember, always wear a condom.
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    Is it just me or does this question not make sense?

    Assuming you move out when you go to uni, asking the question what do wear to uni is like asking what do you wear to life:confused:
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    Just whatever. I'm in seminars for maybe 5 hours a week. It hardly matters.
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    Nothing. Are you going to copy me?
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    It doesn't matter. Sometimes I rolled out of bed, put on whatever, went to morning lectures. Then went home, had a shower, got changed and went back for afternoon lectures.

    It's a bit of a backwards way of doing things, but it's good for maximum sleeping time after late nights out. :p:
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    Whatever's on the floor by the door.
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    (Original post by .ACS.)
    I intend to simply wear what I normally do, that is smart casual: chinos or smart jeans (or suit trousers from time to time), with a shirt, and smart shoes.

    Everyone says how great it is to go to university and wear what you want and be 'individual' and whatnot, but the reality is there still seems to be a uniform of jeans and a top of some sort.
    are you actually serious about that lol
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    Dress as you do in a country house. Never wear a tweed coat and flannel trousers - always a suit. And go to a London tailor; you get better cut and longer credit.
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    jeans and a tee.
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    You should have included pyjamas, thats ridiculously common among 1st years. A lot of people also seem to wear outfits which would probably come under the description of "fancy dress".

    Theres also the occasional knob who thinks he looks clever because he wears a tie and a waistcoat with bright orange trousers.
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    (Original post by .ACS.)
    I intend to simply wear what I normally do, that is smart casual: chinos or smart jeans (or suit trousers from time to time), with a shirt, and smart shoes.

    Everyone says how great it is to go to university and wear what you want and be 'individual' and whatnot, but the reality is there still seems to be a uniform of jeans and a top of some sort.
    you sound like you might get bullied tbh
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    (Original post by prospectivEEconomist)
    I hope you are kidding me. Don't even think about wearing Trousers and shirt to uni lol
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    are you actually serious about that lol

    There's nothing wrong with the smart casual look! :p:
    http://www.peregrineclothing.co.uk/a...y_knitwear.jpg
    http://challengerz.files.wordpress.c...rt-look-21.jpg
    http://www.dickinson.edu/career/images/DressCasual.jpg
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    oh right you mean that type. From your post i thought you meant school uniform trousers and shirt lol
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    Why is there no option of jeans and a polo/tee?
 
 
 
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