Going back the office after almost 4 yrs WFH. Planning to drop $3-4k on an entirely new wardrobe. What does?

Going back the office after almost 4 yrs WFH. Planning to drop $3-4k on an entirely new wardrobe.

What does /fashion/ think? Mid-30’s in NYC. Going for the Ralph Lauren Purple Label / Brunello Cucinelli look on a non-billionaire budget budget.

23 thoughts on “Going back the office after almost 4 yrs WFH. Planning to drop $3-4k on an entirely new wardrobe. What does?

  1. Anonymous says:

    new york goobers really make a detailed chart just to plan out overpaying on some shirts, sweaters, and a few pairs of pants, all in the same colors. also, no respect for
    >advertising

  2. Anonymous says:

    >Yankees
    At least have some backbone and be a Mets fan. Also I don’t understand why you’d wear all that to the office. I’d just wear work pants and a dress shirt. I get those non-wrinkle ones since you can’t always count on ironing.
    >3 blue dress shirts
    >2 blue dress shirts
    >collar stays
    >3 grey pants (for the blue work shirts)
    >2 blue pants (for the white work shirts)
    >navy blue sports coat for conferences/interviews/special occasions
    Explain to me why this isn’t the optimal mix for professional wear. This is literally what I wear to the office every day.

  3. Anonymous says:

    >Going for the Ralph Lauren Purple Label / Brunello Cucinelli look on a non-billionaire budget budget.
    Lmao. Thanks for the laugh this morning. Go back to TikTok you colossal gay.

  4. Anonymous says:

    >$100
    you’re going to be spending like 250 for white leather sneakers unless you buy literal garbage thats going to fall apart in a year like adidas or thursday.

  5. Anonymous says:

    >Planning to drop $3-4k on an entirely new wardrobe.
    >Ralph Lauren Purple Label / Brunello Cucinelli
    do you know the cost of these items?

    >What does /fashion/ think?
    you’re a gay m8

  6. Anonymous says:

    That is a lot of money for that many items that don’t seem to be timeless because they are not regular cut but slim fit. They are timeless for a model figure, but do you got that, and will you be able to keep it with an office job, and getting older? Like the stripes on the cardigan, something you grow tired of, and the Todd Snyder items all together look larp-y to me, but Idk, if it comes natural to you…
    I’m somewhat in a similar boat, I’m going to go back to an office job after a blue collar gig I had for a few years now, and I’m terrified, because I know how judgemental white collar folks can be about clothes. But I decided not to plan for it, but to just get new items on the fly if need be. Maybe that is an option partially for you, too. Planning is good, choosing in real time comes easier. I hope it works out well, Idk why /fashion/ is being a massive dick again itt, but the experience of douchdickery has proven to be a good preparation for the working environment, so, all might be well after all…

  7. Anonymous says:

    >open thread
    >open picture
    >white shirt – $20
    Immediately lost interest. Just pay some college girl or a whore if you’re autistic (expected) to shop for you one weekend, since you only care about appearance. I’m younger than you so I’m not holding your hand and giving you wardrobe tips, but this picture is awful. You’ve been locked inside too long.
    >wearing a NY hat in NY
    Lmao. I bet you practice a Brooklyn accent too

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