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How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - RagnarLothbrok - 03-15-2016 08:13 AM

This summer I will be studying for a semester abroad in Bangkok and I want to upgrade my wardrobe to stick out from other students. Here are the official requirements:

Quote:Students have to wear the following uniform:

- Shirt: white with sleeves and collar, no design
- Trousers: long, made out of black or dark blue cloth, polite style with no design
- Socks
- Shoes: dark dress shoes

Here are my thoughts:

- Shirt: I will get 5 tailor made white shirts with long sleeves in my first week in Bangkok. Any tips how I can vary the shirts (maybe different collars or a different length)? I don't want to buy 5 shirts that look exactly the same.

- Trousers: One pair of black slim fit trousers (maybe also tailor made), the other pair I am not sure yet. I own a pair of dark blue dress pants. Would that be too formal?

- Shoes: I already own a pair of black dress shoes but they are nothing special. I want to buy a new pair of shoes that I can also use for a dark blue suit. Any recommendations? Ideally, I want to buy dark boots (maybe dark brown?) that can be worn in a hot and humid country like Thailand and that can pass as dress shoes for university (if I wear long enough pants) but also look stylish and not too formal when I wear them on a night out with rolled up denim jeans.

- Tie: A tie is not mandatory and I reckon that most exchange student are not going to wear one. The locals students do wear ties. Should I wear one and if so, what kind of tie? I feel like a dark, thin one would look good since I will not be wearing a jacket.

- Watch: I really need to get a watch regardless of the exchange semester. Anyone know a stylish watch with a leatherband that is not too expensive?

- Any other tips how I can pimp a Thai school uniform within the university's requirements? Maybe some accessories that I have missed?


RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - The Beast1 - 03-15-2016 10:31 AM

French cuff contrast collar

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Get braces for your pants.
I like the 80s finance look!


RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - Cr33pin - 03-15-2016 11:34 AM

The younger school boys in BKK wear the worst looking outfits ever... shorts with big brown socks and ugly brown shoes. I think its part of a campaign to prevent teen pregnancy and STDS, cause they aint getting lid looking like that.


RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - dispenser - 03-15-2016 01:52 PM

Shirt: spread collar, no front pocket, no placket. Sleek.


RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - RagnarLothbrok - 03-15-2016 02:09 PM

Black or brown dress shoes? I would actually prefer brown but I am afraid that I must wear a black university belt which would make brown shoes to black pants look horrible. What do you think about this style (belt + pants + shoes + watch):

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RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - physiqueking - 03-16-2016 03:20 AM

Quote: Any tips how I can vary the shirts (maybe different collars or a different length)? I don't want to buy 5 shirts that look exactly the same.

Different collars: Cutaway, spread, mandarin, straight, Boateng

Different fabric weaves: Oxford, poplin, satin, filafil

Different buttons/threads: Sky blue buttons with white threads, black buttons with maroon threads, mother-of-pearl buttons with red threads, etc.

Mix and match as desired.


RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - CodyB - 03-16-2016 04:42 AM

Being a cracka in a Thai University Outfit will make you 'stand out' more than enough surely?

Btw, I hope you're going to RANGSIT

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RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - HermeticAlly - 03-16-2016 04:33 PM

(03-15-2016 02:09 PM)RagnarLothbrok Wrote:  Black or brown dress shoes? I would actually prefer brown but I am afraid that I must wear a black university belt which would make brown shoes to black pants look horrible. What do you think about this style (belt + pants + shoes + watch):

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That's a great looking style, hard to go wrong with something like that. And properly sized slim (but not tight) fitting clothes won't be uncomfortable in Thailand's heat.


RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - Suits - 11-08-2016 09:50 AM

(03-16-2016 04:42 AM)CodyB Wrote:  Btw, I hope you're going to RANGSIT

For comparison purposes.

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RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - cascadecombo - 11-08-2016 10:54 PM

I wish I went there for school now.


RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - JayD - 11-08-2016 11:41 PM

You could rock black suede chelsea boots, which is what I currently wear:
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Or go for casual brogues:
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Or a doc marten boot:
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Depends on your style.

If you are jacked why not go for short sleeve shirts? Add some accessories - beads, watch or tatts?


RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - Horus - 11-12-2016 09:43 AM

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RE: How would you rock a Thai school uniform? - Horus - 11-12-2016 09:46 AM

(11-12-2016 09:43 AM)Horus Wrote:  Something like this will look sharp with your dark blue trousers. Never with black trousers though.

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Go for an open-laced shoes as opposed to the closed lace shoe above if you want it to look more casual.