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    3rd and 4th pic in your second post.. please do not wear that. it just screams blending in and unoriginal. try a nicer, brighter graphic tee and some dark jeans. keep the belt and accessories.



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    How important is it to dress to code at this party?

    I ask this, because I've been to tons of college house parties. Before turning 21, I had at least 2 house parties every weekend, and at least half of them are themed.

    My point is, at these parties, there are three different types of people.

    1. The guys who come in not knowing about the dress code, but the host doesn't really care because it's a party anyway... and it's college.

    2. The guys who come in with the dress code, and go totally tryhard making it seem like it's the only college theme party they've ever been to.

    3. The guys who come in who fit the dress code, but make it rediculous/funny.


    I've been to a few college "dress up" parties. Most of them are just excuses for the girls to wear a dress and primp up (which they LOVE to do, but don't wanna look rediculous for a typical house party).

    What did I wear? I went to a thrift store, bought an all blue vest, wore it over a light blue buttondown shirt, wore light blue dress pants bought at a thrift store, and found a light blue blazer (that was wayyy too big, but funny nevertheless. I took it off after 5 minutes).



    Unless this party truely IS a dress up party and some sort of formal event (fraternity formal would be a good example), don't be THAT guy who is tryhard at the theme party.

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    This party is supposed to be kinda the opposite of a "college party". There will be no loud rap music, beer stands, etc. So dress code is maybe a few steps up from normal. With my extremely limited budget, I am looking for some white converses, a tie, and graphic tee right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by spacemonkey25 View Post
    3rd and 4th pic in your second post.. please do not wear that. it just screams blending in and unoriginal. try a nicer, brighter graphic tee and some dark jeans. keep the belt and accessories.
    I don't have a bright graphic tee. But I have this bright polo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJimster View Post
    I don't have a bright graphic tee. But I have this bright polo?

    if thats all you have, wear it. if you have even 30 dollars, go to Macy's and go to the Men's department. They always have nice, graphic tees that are original for <$35. The problem with the one you have is that it emits such a typical college fratboy look. Generally avoid Lacoste, A&F, Hollister, etc. those kinds. Just go to H&M and pick up some more rings or bracelets for like $20 total. Good luck!

    EDIT- forgot to mention, hands out of your pockets! Thats bad body language that shows nervousness. At best, you can have your thumbs in your pockets and that should only be done when you are alone waiting for someone, just keep them by your side. It shows comfort.

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    i think that bright green polo would work good..
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    throw a blazer ontop of the polo lets see what that looks like
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresno Smooth View Post
    throw a blazer ontop of the polo lets see what that looks like
    it looks like that'll have to wait a while as it is in the tailor right now
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    Keep the blazer away from the polo. It's not nearly casual enough.

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