Good Looking Loser's
Fall 2014 Guide to Style
Forward by Good Looking Loser
Welcome to "Good Looking Loser's Fall 2014 Guide to Style".
For most of us, it's been about a year or more since adding some warmer additions to our closet.
Remember - if you don't have a bunch of money to spend on clothes.
My general is advice to buy a nice pair of jeans that you can wear everyday and rotate shirts over it.
You definitely don't need an entire "wardrobe" that major men's publications try to trick you into dropping $2000 on.
When I moved out west in 2007, I didn't have a lot of money to spend to clothing.
I simply rotated several different Affliction shirts (they were in at the time) over one pair of expensive distressed jeans (those were cool at the time too).
I did this for about 20 months and met hundreds of women.
(I never got "called out" for wearing the same pants)
You don't have to have a bunch of money to look good.
The good news is - the recommendations below offer the most #Affordable (#inexpensive) selections of ANY of our previous style guides. As usual, I'm buying several of our recommendations.
The vast majority of the items should be in everybody's price range.
Unless otherwise noted, the commentary on the selections below are made by our resident fashion experts, one of which as a degree in 'Design'.
Also - the links below are 'affiliate' links. At no expense to you - we earn a small (extra small for clothing/accessories) if you make a purchase.
Thank you if you do, that is the only way our community makes money.
Good Looking T-Shirts (Edgy)
Good Looking T-Shirts (Well-Dressed)
Good Looking Long-Sleeve Shirts (Edgy)
Good Looking Long-Sleeve Shirts (Well-Dressed)
Good Looking Jacket
Good Looking Vest
Good Looking Athletic/Gym Shirt
Good Looking Basic White T-Shirt
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