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Never been here on /fa/ before, but I need some help guys, I just got a leather bomber jacket for my birthday, and I think it looks really nice I just can't find anything I have that looks good with it. So any advice on what to wear with it that will make it look good?
I really want to be able to wear it around to show that I really appreciate the thought behind the gift and everything, I am just fashionably inept. I understand you hate graphic t-shirts, I wear those, often.
TL;DR What looks good with a leather bomber jacket.
Pic related, its the jacket in question.
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What fragrance/cologne do y'all rock these days?
I used to go fragrance free, but then my gf bought me two bottles of Creed (Green Irish Tweed and Erolfa). Both are great and not too loud, so I feel pretty comfortable wearing them.
So I went into the Macy's and tried on some that they had there and seriously they all smelled terrible.
Then we went to some high end store, forget which one, and tried on some super expensive shit. Some of them smelled awesome and some were just weird.
So I checked out that fragrance forum, Basenotes, and those guys are way too serious about that shit. There are like a million youtube fragrance reviewers, strange hobby to me, but whatever...
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Let's talk about sunglasses. Or shades, or whatever you want to call them.
Mine are approaching the end of their life. The lenses are getting progressively more blurry with scratches, the rubber bits have long since fallen off and its getting kind of uncomfortable to wear them.
That said, I'd love some suggestions for my next pair. I do a lot of driving. Like a lot. I'd like something with good tint, comfortable fit and of course, style. I tend to gravitate more towards thin frames and smaller lenses as well, so those are a plus.
Feel free to post your own pairs.