What is your getup?

Hello, everyone. I'm quite new to the mod scene, this being my first forum thread, and was just wondering what your average outfit would be? Today, im sporting docs, navy jeans and a white polo with my Belgian parka to top it all off! I'm also in search for a lightweight coat/jacket for those hotter rainy days. If you have any better suggestions, please tell me! Below are the two that i'm inclined to:



Thanks and hope to hear from you all soon!


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  • as of now, white collared shirt w/ black trim, Beatles t-shirt over it (I refuse to "tone down" my severe case of Beatlemania), black pinstriped blazer, jeans, Beatle Boots, and parka (the pockets are convenient). Every other day or so I'll wear my Union Jack cardigan (I love the darn thing too much, it's basically my trademark)

    • It sounds very individualistic Madison and nothing much wrong with the Beatles.

  • I'm new here as well.just missed out on the 79 revival. but always followed the fashion
    I've got a problem my shirts mostly button down are OK in the body but can't fasten the top button I buy large. but when I buy xl
    ok in the neck but the body's like a tent .will I have to eat a lot more to fill out the xl shirt .
    I normally buy ben sherman.
    • JTG are perfect for people with slim builds but huge necks.

    • Hmmm. I'm a 39.5inch chest and 16.5 neck in JTG. Don't think that's too huge a neck...
    • Haha Al. Think I'm being trolled again;-)
    • Not you fella..DD.
    • Micky, I agree with Al's comments re JTG and DNA. Also try Adam of London as well, I find their shirts really true to size. Can I give some advice mate...steer clear of mass market dial-a-mod brands like Ben Sherman, Merc and Lambretta. JTG, AOL and DNA will see you right for shirts, trews, suits and shoes and will give great advice.
    • will do Alan. as I've got older the more stranger shape I get .
  • Of course, that depends on the weather and what's going on. Like you, I'm pretty new to all this. In the past, I've had a sort of Ivy League look that's now moving into the mod range. I have to buy more mod oriented things. Recently I've been wearing jeans or chinos and short sleeve polos with desert boots, which is pretty typical mod, but when it was colder I was wearing sweaters more often. The main problem with me is that I'm not rich and can't buy all things I want, so I'm sticking to the essential until I get more money.

    I like the second link you posted, the all-blue Harrington.

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