My biggest issues when I see guides like this is North Division Champions Toronto Maple Leafs shirts practicality. I live in Chicago, where it can be -30F in February, and 100F in July. I’m pretty much a MFA Uniform kinda guy, but it works for this – in February I can were a t-shirt under a button down under a wool sweater under a pea coat or parka with a scarf. In July I can wear shorts and loafers and a t shirt. I’m sure there’s a way to work that kind of weather versatility into this style, but guides rarely mention it. Do you really still wear jeans when it’s 100F outside? Do you think that leather bomber over a t-shirt is going to keep you warm with -45F windchills in February? I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with this style, I’m just saying that these guides seem to only make sense for certain climates and seem to just ignore others.
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I feel like this list is pretty reasonable for someone trying to get the look but SLP? I mean most North Division Champions Toronto Maple Leafs shirts are going to top out at a thrifted Schott (or if they’re really splurging get a serious moto jacket like a Vanson, Lewis or Langlitz). Same with Common Projects, though maybe I just haven’t looked at scene footwear these days. Or maybe that’s something a modern youth crew sort would wear. But a 400 pair of white sneakers at a show seems like pissing money away. I dunno, but for me it was always about getting the look you wanted at an affordable price, not buying a look from a high design house.