Adjusting your personal style after moving to Europe
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Join Date: Dec 2007
Ditch the flip flops, shorts or anything that resembles the beach.
Here in London you can recognize Australians and people from New Zealand for miles and they always fit the stereotype and are dismissed in terms of style girls included, and I guess no one wants to look like a stereotype , I'm also a foreigner and i know there is nothing worse to be what people are expecting of you based on the country you are coming from.
I do not know how old you are, but you can never go wrong in A.P.C and Massimo Dutti, Massimo Dutti belongs to Inditex(the same group as Zara) and has everything that a man could possibly want in terms of great clothes, it's a bit more expensive than Zara because the quality is superior, it has the best "proper" shirts you will ever find in the high street and even has tailoring service, it is not a trend led shop but they are always in fashion in terms of colors, materials, and you will always find something special.
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