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5 hours ago, gk10002000 said:

Yeah, and one or two really long pinky fingernails. That seems to be popular among Asians or drug users.  Good for scooping up lines of coke I guess

...or picking your nose.

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13 hours ago, Trujillo said:

So what kind of clothing should I be wearing? Do I need to go back to wearing a wristwatch? 

Should I be ordering the most expensive item on the menu? Should I put oil in my hair? 

Should I ring the bell every time I have another round myself?

The first thing you should do in my opinion, is to seek help. Then I mean the professional kind, and not the one you search for in this forum.

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Millionaires in Indonesian Rupiah like this guy are often delusional.

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People should wear what ever they are most comfortable in but if you wear expensive clothes with designer logo's on are you not just seeking other peoples approval? Which is no way to live your life. Saying that absolutely anything is better than Elephant pants.

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Khun Trujillo, Take a sartorial lesson from these dandies:

 

clickee: Stylin'

 

~o:37;

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On 2/7/2020 at 6:45 AM, Trujillo said:

So what kind of clothing should I be wearing?

Pay no attention to these vain and jealous naysayers . 
For a modest upfront finders fee I can introduce you to two weavers from Denmark.  They 'll have you dressing like an Emperor in no time

 

 

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On 2/7/2020 at 9:57 PM, Thian said:

d. Black is the hi-so color here

Men that wear black shirts are complete tossers, especially long sleeved.

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People with real money may or may not wear expensive clothing but if they do the trend for last twenty five years is not displaying the branding and everything understated. Little bit if personal jewelry, maybe. Of course in Thailand, it's simple people with garrish taste, new money so they like the branding. Even fakes as we know well.

 

Of course in Thailand you have not only fakes but women literally buy large fake Chanel pins and wear them.

 

I'd think I nice Italian shirt long or short sleeved, some nice Italian shoes. Swiss watch. Maybe a bit of gold. Great haircut if you have any left. A bit of quality cologne. Slacks are really for BKK but after work I'd rather be in shorts so, a nice pair of shorts (not cargo). Never, ever flip flops. Sandals, Top Siders, loafers.

 

Save the black shirts for funerals and never wear a shirt darker than your pants. Pants are the dominant color.

 

Good clothing at the right price looks great, lasts years. Top Siders can last decades, Italian shoes can be resoled. Swiss watch can last a lifetime. It just has to be you.

 

There's a difference between fashion and style. Men should be stylish yet up to date. Classic style never fades. Don't look ghetto is my last advice

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Wear your Thailand Elite card like an ID badge.

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6 hours ago, Number 6 said:

 

  Pants are the dominant color.

 

Only if you have a gigantic butt.

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It is not so much looking like a millionaire as it is not looking like a FARANG*.

 

My pants and shirts are ot brand name or nokc name.  But are tailor made.

My shoes are clean

Hair is cut and when I want to impress I actually run that scary thing over my face and neck.

 

The next thing I do is make sure that i am wearing or carrying a bag that does not look touristy.

 

The best example is go to MBK in shorts and a wife beater and sandals with a knapsack

 

next day wear dress pants and a good shirt with shoes and socks and see the different reaction.

 

Most obvious is day 1 you mister you want to buy nice pants and a suit

day 2  sir you have very nice pants would you allow me to show you what we can make for you.

 

 

*FARANG TO ME IS ANYONE THAT IS NOT THAI AND A TOURIST

 

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On 2/8/2020 at 8:13 AM, rvaviator said:

😉 .. May I be so bold to ask in what currency that might be ? ....

Indonesian Rupiah

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On 2/9/2020 at 1:54 AM, Number 6 said:

People with real money may or may not wear expensive clothing but if they do the trend for last twenty five years is not displaying the branding and everything understated. Little bit if personal jewelry, maybe. Of course in Thailand, it's simple people with garrish taste, new money so they like the branding. Even fakes as we know well.

 

Of course in Thailand you have not only fakes but women literally buy large fake Chanel pins and wear them.

 

I'd think I nice Italian shirt long or short sleeved, some nice Italian shoes. Swiss watch. Maybe a bit of gold. Great haircut if you have any left. A bit of quality cologne. Slacks are really for BKK but after work I'd rather be in shorts so, a nice pair of shorts (not cargo). Never, ever flip flops. Sandals, Top Siders, loafers.

 

Save the black shirts for funerals and never wear a shirt darker than your pants. Pants are the dominant color.

 

Good clothing at the right price looks great, lasts years. Top Siders can last decades, Italian shoes can be resoled. Swiss watch can last a lifetime. It just has to be you.

 

There's a difference between fashion and style. Men should be stylish yet up to date. Classic style never fades. Don't look ghetto is my last advice

You're my kind of guy #6

Rarely I meet men who have a clue how to dress and more importantly ,how to look good,in  whatever clothes they choose to wear

Btw..I never dress in the way you describe but that's another story

Lastly, you are as good looking as your body allows...clothes can only accentuate or 'cover' some weak spots

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