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"Gentleman Punk"

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- Sat, 30 May 2015 12:03:22 EST 1QFCsKrc No.60194
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I've got this weird aesthetic I want to subscribe to.
I like to wear three piece suits with combat boots. I do it in my leisure, so it's not as inappropriate. I'd like to go around like this, but I don't know how to create a look based of this.

Spike's the only frame of reference I have. At least Spike with Doc Marten's.
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Edward Purringwater - Sat, 30 May 2015 17:04:25 EST cXsz03jv No.60198 Reply
yeah a shirt with sleeves rolled up, a tie, black pants, black martens are good

wouldnt throw a blazer into the mix
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Rebecca Clannerdin - Fri, 05 Jun 2015 06:21:51 EST V7N3Ab3j No.60213 Reply
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I think you should just go for the mod look if you're gonna go for this. Just toned down on the psychedelic patterns. You could always even that out with a punky haircut or something, if you like.

At the end of the day, wear whatever the fuck you feel comfortable in.
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Synthetic !ryBONGJej. - Fri, 12 Jun 2015 12:27:39 EST JaKpTgR9 No.60225 Reply
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>>60213
Is that a pic of the new doctor?
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Thomas Fushville - Fri, 19 Jun 2015 10:38:09 EST By9r03Gi No.60232 Reply
>>60198
This is what I wear to my office job everyday, minus tie plus nice jersey.
It's a good look OP. Fitted black jeans, btw.
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Charlotte Changerfield - Sun, 21 Jun 2015 01:30:35 EST V8YAof0o No.60234 Reply
I... can't ...

this thread...

just wow. Gentleman Punk. Fuckin wow.
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Caroline Begglechet - Sun, 21 Jun 2015 19:52:08 EST fyWIiR4C No.60236 Reply
Can we see pictures? You don't need to post your head if you don't want. I see a lot of men in Seattle with this style. It doesn't work for everyone. Some people pull it off naturally, and some people look like attention whores. They stand out so shiny and so perfect that I just don't buy into whatever statement they are trying to make about themselves. Elegant, refined, yet casual about it? It don't always work out that way.
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Isabella Sizzledot - Tue, 23 Jun 2015 01:20:47 EST U6rX8L52 No.60243 Reply
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it's been done to death
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Phyllis Noshstock - Fri, 26 Jun 2015 17:15:29 EST 7d7kNpf/ No.60250 Reply
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>>60228
This so much

Became a skinhead just recently and I love this style and life sooo much
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Fanny Blemblemot - Sat, 04 Jul 2015 11:28:44 EST +0ZuUZqg No.60258 Reply
>>60236
I don't have any recent pictures of me, this is a new style I'm going to test the waters with. I like the mod style of dress, but I want to use it to create a more refined punk/goth style. If I don't sound like a complete douche.
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Martha Hammlefuck - Fri, 10 Jul 2015 21:23:01 EST TrmbOhCf No.60265 Reply
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>>60258
Good, go for it.

>If I don't sound like a complete douche.

When a person is put down too often, or they start to fear being put down, they do it to themselves in their own mind. I used to do it. I see it now like it is a way of defending yourself, of beating someone to the punch before they can hurt you. Don't whip yourself for trying to express who you are.

It doesn't matter how you are expressing your true self, as long as you are. A personal sense of fashion is something that develops over time. Everyone began by wearing shit their parents bought them, or their friends wore - everyone began as a cliche. The people who rise out of it are the ones who took risks and followed their dreams.

Fashion is like food, who the fuck cares what's on somebody elses plate. Eat that shit up.
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Fuck Sabblefield - Sun, 12 Jul 2015 19:04:19 EST 5due5NOT No.60271 Reply
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I will become this.
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Phineas Binderlock - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 01:19:28 EST X2uVa/Pa No.60375 Reply
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This is my current style concept, I think it's similar in spirit to what your talking about OP. However I incorporate a lot of cross dressing into it, but I basically throw on a colorful button up, then a sports coat/cardigan or really flamboyant coat if the mood strikes, then some torn jeans or exposed long johns or tattered tights, just really garbage bottoms and some boots or chucks. Interestingly I also started based on Spike but began to incorporate more anime and Japanese fashion, particularly stuff I see in the Japanese noise punk crowd. I'm thinking for you a good idea would be mismatched suit pieces and get tacky ones in the mix, ie checkers, bright colors, reflective materials. That'd give your look a lot of variety and control if you wanna keep the gentleman thing but still have a punky vibe, and when you wanna fly a little more under the radar all you have to do is pull the loud colors/patterns out and you'll not only stay consistent, but also folks in your scene will still get a punky vibe from an otherwise normal 3piece suit because it now carries the context of your other more flamboyant incarnations of the style. I think Ina give this idea a test run actually, hope you like my idea.
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Phineas Binderlock - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 02:45:20 EST X2uVa/Pa No.60378 Reply
>>60376
First of all I am ugly Sherlock, not gay but am cross dresser. Unlike most users here I dont dress to look good, I dress to have fun and try new things. Punk has never been about sucking your own narcissistic dick.
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Simon Fozzlefig - Wed, 02 Sep 2015 17:10:22 EST 7KHpfMrp No.60381 Reply
>>60375
>>60378
Youre fine, dude.

A lot of guys have some repression going on, so they're going to lash out of anything unusual.

But I think your style is great, a step away from something like seapunk.

Keep doing what youre doing, don't let the mannequins bring you down.
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Basil Duckbury - Thu, 03 Sep 2015 17:35:09 EST V7N3Ab3j No.60390 Reply
>>60381
>A lot of guys have some repression going on, so they're going to lash out of anything unusual.

Or it could be that his outfit is actually complete mismatched shit. I'm all for people wearing weird shit as long as there's some sort of logic or an eye for aesthetics behind it.
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Edwin Blerringstone - Fri, 04 Sep 2015 08:58:55 EST akhO14w+ No.60392 Reply
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>>60375
If I saw you, I'd definitely think "that's a cool guy". I would try to talk to you. Maybe have coffee some time, friend, and things like that.
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Betsy Huvingwater - Sun, 06 Sep 2015 19:57:53 EST jrLwu6ro No.60397 Reply
Gentleman Punk - I like the idea but your application needs work. It's too obvious, lacks depth and I'm really hoping you haven't got either a nerd haircut or some greased up anime kid look going on.

To me, it's an attitude rather than a style - move away from predictable pieces, your interpretation is too literal. Like what, gentleman = suit, punk = combat boots. 0/10 for effort.

You could pull off a very personal style, but you gotta do your homework. Shape a style, mould the image etc - especially if you are trying to live out the dream of what you want to look like.

IMO - first up, budget. Honestly, judging by your influences and comments here, I think it's important you don't end up looking like another nerd at university who doesn't know how to dress. Make sure you have the $$$ to buy a whole, coherent wardrobe. It's not hard if you just buy the right basics and spend larger on maybe 1 or 2 things. If you don't, the transition can be awkward and half complete - meaning you don't pull off jack shit and STILL look like another nerd at university who doesn't know how to dress.

THE WARDOBE

FIT MUST BE APPROPRIATE FOR YOUR BODY TYPE - NOTHING TOO TIGHT AND NOTHING TOO BIG EITHER. Trousers should be slim/fitted unless you are fat.

Boots - go for it, get some, I think it's a cool idea, Doc Marten are pretty classic but Timberlands are dope too and also less likely to bring up the whole "mod" association, which to me isn't something you want.

Trousers - get something smart and maybe even current, not "gentleman" fedora bullshit, there is a lot to consider. Some brands do incredibly nice combat trousers that still look like you could wear them with a suit, it depends on budget. Assuming it needs to be cheap, go for dickies workwear trousers, it's classic, has a lot of good brand association and also comes in a range of cuts. It's a little bit classic America so in some ways to me, it has the gentlemanly look without being a suit.

Upper body - Get yourself a bunch of uni qlo shirts for cheap, they come in a range of cuts and materials and as long as you keep it minimal, you will get the desired "gentleman" look. Combo with crewneck / v-neck jumpers for a smart look.

Jackets - Blazers are an option but only if they fit you PROPERLY. I think in the jacket department there is a few options - either a nice waxed parka, M65 or a collared coach jacket would work well - these are all "classic" items and have associations with style too.

Haircut - less is more. The less of an impact and statement you try to make with your hair, the more likely it is to go down well. Don't go crazy trying to pull off slicked back cuts or a ponytail etc. Just keep it subtle, push your hair to one side or something and always keep it hovering around the medium length area. Lean towards cuts if you do have a preference, but if you are just starting out go for something that's smart.

Honestly mate if you walk into a room wearing combats and a suit, people will just think you are weird. Be creative, stay true but most importantly respect aesthetic - don't wear ugly shit man.
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Faggy Murdville - Sun, 06 Sep 2015 20:03:46 EST jrLwu6ro No.60398 Reply
>>60397

For what it's worth I've always styled myself as an urban gentleman. But it was more to do with the appearance / attitude split I have going on - I've always looked kinda hood with baggy clothes, hats, bulky jackets etc so I try to behave better, people expect you to act a certain way if you have a certain look. Try not to indulge stereotypes, you do you bruh I got you.
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Hannah Pendlepot - Sat, 12 Sep 2015 20:23:04 EST akhO14w+ No.60424 Reply
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>>60397
>people will just think you are weird

But I am.
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Charlotte Crunkintutch - Sun, 13 Sep 2015 05:59:29 EST 5ZYniE18 No.60425 Reply
Heh, feel like I wasted my time writing that post, was honestly hoping to see OP come back like "omg ty someone actually said something" and then tell me how he's gone with my advice and never felt better about life.
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Priscilla Smalldale - Sun, 13 Sep 2015 10:53:49 EST 6OoU2Feo No.60428 Reply
My new fashion motto is, "ready for war"
I enjoy scarves, dark colours, shoes that I'm capable to run in, high collared/zipped jackets, functional watches... Still working on it
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Priscilla Smalldale - Sun, 13 Sep 2015 10:53:49 EST 6OoU2Feo No.60429 Reply
My new fashion motto is, "ready for war"
I enjoy scarves, dark colours, shoes that I'm capable to run in, high collared/zipped jackets, functional watches... Still working on it
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Nigel Fanbanks - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 22:30:02 EST 3jPOqW0I No.60491 Reply
>>60376
Fuck off dude. If you want to be a massive douche go to the future with the rest of the dickweeds.
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Hedda Fobbleshaw - Sat, 10 Oct 2015 22:17:16 EST uft+tqjE No.60498 Reply
>>60491
The guy he replied to looks homosexual and unattractive.
>Being crass is only acceptable when vigilantes like myself are chasing off bullies!
Please.
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Phineas Crubberdale - Thu, 10 Dec 2015 05:06:50 EST WnA95f4S No.60605 Reply
>>60375
I cant help but hate and like your style at the same time. Either way I respect your decision to do it. It reallys annoys me when people hate on other people because they dress a certain way. Person A has X haircut with Z clothes... So fucking what? Some people throw the biggest judgemental shitstorm over fucking clothes.

That said though, OP, I dont get how people "choose" to subscribe to a style, then go out and buy all the "necessary" kit. Isnt your style just what comes to you naturally? Idk Id just find it weird if one day I woke up and was like "Hmmm, I feel like dressing like a skater at the moment. Im going to get some ear plugs, DCs, baggy cargos and a few non descript plain t shirts"
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Emma Crobblewater - Fri, 11 Dec 2015 20:56:56 EST 5ZYniE18 No.60609 Reply
>>60605

Thing about having X hair and Z clothes is that people can't read it. I wouldn't say they throw big fits about it, but judgement is something we all do and tbh, part of the reason that people end up having X hair and Z clothes is for that reaction on some level. Right?

As for subscribing to a style etc - it just depends on your relationship with clothing in the first place. Some people get their kick out of having the latest, others get their kick out of luxury brands or having the must functional wardrobe etc. What motivates people to buy clothing in the first place is a pretty deep question - with no one single reason.

I think to try ever tell someone that a brand is off limit with 3 years of skating experience etc is just ppl being territorial. It sucks to see your favourite things getting worn by people less legit than you but it shows you the reality of brand identity - it's just who's wearing it and who you think is wearing it.

For me personally, I like to think that my appearance and personality are the X and Z. I look kinda hostile with baggy clothes, always been into urban/hip hop/skate style but when I talk it's clear I'm educated. It throws people off a bit once they get past the fact I dress differently.
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Sidney Bluppershit - Fri, 18 Dec 2015 01:58:15 EST /YETNc57 No.60618 Reply
It's completely gauche to dress "punk" past age 30, so you can't wear any band shirts/logos of any kind, as you shouldn't be advertising anything since nobody cares what you think or like. There is nothing more ridiculous than some old skater or street punk guy trying to relive his youth wearing a jacket covered in band patches and pretending to be 16yrs old again.

British skinhead (not white trash "murican skin wearing urban camo and wifebeater), Mod, Suede Head, these are all acceptable. So is rocking a harrington jacket with a sweater like Steve McQueen.
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David Fuggletad - Fri, 01 Jan 2016 05:15:56 EST 3LTlBKHJ No.60636 Reply
>>60618
> There is nothing more ridiculous
I see it as endearing or sad.
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Hamilton Mamblesick - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 22:10:42 EST VW4+Jld5 No.60645 Reply
Ben Sherman shirts

Dress like Ian Svenonius from Nation of Ulysses/The Make-Up/Weird War
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Walter Drammlelock - Tue, 26 Jul 2016 20:23:17 EST fdiVMqnt No.61016 Reply
>>60424
I was rooting for you (begrudgingly) this entire thread because I also identify with the "classier punk" / gentleman punk, but posting that dude makes me hate you more than I hate myself.

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