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    Zara usually have joggers that can pass for smart trousers.

    Failing that, just get some jeans with some stretch in them. I have some River Island ones that are super stretchy, they feel like joggers but they look like jeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcLager View Post
    Sweatpants and hoody usually looks sloppy because the wearer has gotten the biggest, baggiest size they can possibly get away with. If you buy more fitted clothes, you automatically look less sloppy. Also, for added sloppyness, wash everything two hundred times, and never throw them away - even when the seams are giving up.

    Seriously though, I honestly don't see the need for shirts when studying in the library. Get a pair of well fitted jeans, with good stretch for comfort. T-shirt and a not too large sweater - avoid anything with large oversized logos. A pair of not too knackered sneakers. A jacket that suits the weather. And fix your hair. Don't look like you just rolled out of bed.
    I agree, it's amazing how much of a difference wearing fitted stuff makes!

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    Thanks Guys! Has anyone seen any nice sweatpants whilst out shopping, I like them unbranded and pretty slim!
    This is perfect but is from last year.

    Last edited by jonard; 29-11-2013 at 09:33 PM.

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    Just picked up some sweatpants from Zara. Think they're called the 'circle pant' but they're pretty much spot on.

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    Thanks pal..

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