I have $75 on it.
I've been lurking here for a bit but I have got nothing decent. Just pure shit in terms of clothing.
Don't listen to this guy; having a smaller, more flexible and better quality wardrobe is so much more useful than having three rooms full of dog shite
I'm halfway through a clearout of my last 4 years of purchases at the moment and feel a tonne lighter just by my lack of option when it comes to bad, outdated/trend/meme choices.
protip, sell what you can and reinvest
Honestly...if you have no clue, and just want to look safe , you can always go the MFA route .
Buy from Uniqlo:
Leave Uniqlo and go to a shoe store:
Depending on taste, get either minimal sneakers (Stan Smiths, Common Projects,White Converse[only get if your feet are small]), or Boots.
nah, don't listen to >>10866791. never throw away clothes. as you progress in your taste, you'll find great ways to use pieces you used to think were shit.
i was gonna sell my nasty XL old navy hoodies from high school, but now i wear those shits all the time. some sandpaper, de-stitching the logos, and a couple heavy washes later, and they're magically trendy.
Also, there are times when you want to wear clothes you don't care about, such as gyming, heavy physical activities, or in places that shit can get dirtied or damaged. Some old clothes can work as the under layer