'Fratshit is not welcome' edition
Anon, why does your sweatshirt say supreme? is that a new university? How did you get into this gated community? Honey, just wait a minute, have you seen this young man at all before?
desu, prep kind of draws from that whole scene, it's based off European style. I put it in because I like to include realistic prep inspo, not costume level shit that you see in catalogs
It wasn't preppy, man
Liverpool was god-tier in England and in Europe back in the 80s and their supporters would travel to Italy, Germany, France, etc for away matches
While there they'd bring back Le Coq Sportif, Fila, Stone Island, Sergio Tacchini, Lacoste, and other high-end athletic clothes to show where they'd gone. It eventually caught on as a style.
Thinking of getting these or something similar to it. Rec some brown loafers
If you have the money, get better quality. Bad apron stitching, rubber sole, square toe and looks like cheap leather.
Allen Edmonds (or their factory seconds if you need them really cheap) are a great starting point. Long run you will benefit (wallet, comfort, and style).
I actually want the rubber sole because I'd like to have good grip, and for them to be comfortable. I'm looking for a more casual loafer I can wear daily instead of something more formal.
Hey lads I was in one of these threads and saw something i cant remember the name of. It was like prep outdoors with some vintage athletic vibe to it. Anyone know what thats called?
Is Fillon /prep/ ?
Quoddy Blucher Mocs are my favorite loafers, great alternative to boat shoes.
>sweater too tight and too short
>ugly color too
>madras like shirt except it's very obviously not bleeding and it's too bright, clashes with the sweater
>casual five pocket cords with longwings???
I could see every individual element in this fit working in a different outfit, but this is just a mess.
not really prep but I want to post these anyway
that looks like the Yale-New Haven Campus.
Those buildings look exactly the same today
t. lives 15 min from New Haven
Where do you live?
also eBay, grailed, etsy.
thrifting on the internet for cool stuff for cheap is hard but worth it when you do find pieces you want.
yeah stick to the internet for preppy stuff. you won't find anything remotely prep over there.
I live in New England, specifically Connecticut, although I wouldn't consider my self prep (im just a young dude from a humble middle class family) I like taking some Ivy League/Preppy pieces and incorporating it into my wardrobe without making it feel/look like I'm playing pretend "trust fund kid"
Yeah, I honestly don't much care for full-prep outfits. Tends to look pretty try-hard on most people, I just like my fits to be a bit more classic looking.
>How did you get into this gated community?
If you knew anything about the typical supreme wearing idiot you'd know its mostly pre-teens/teens from those gated communities you speak of lol.
camp mocs > trail oxfords > loafies > blucher mocs >>>>>>>>>>>>>> boat shoes
Liverpool/Manchester and any big teams, particularly scousers though would go all across Europe and steal the foreign clothes that weren't available in England, just like the stuff you mentioned
vintage patty fleece is prep, lad. great layering piece in the cold. you'd know if you went to a school located in NE.
>thinking boat shoes connote boating in 2017
I never said that they had to be worn during the activity. In fact, you are flipping things around. I implied not liking boat shoes imply that he doesn't boat.
Lots of words, hard to keep track of.
(The above sentence is sarcasm. Indicating this since you are a bit slow.)
Is having a sweater tied around your neck too overtly preppy/frat-core?
Wasn't it a traditional prep style?