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My style, if you can call it that, is almost completely functional - a plain t-shirt, usually black or dark, and dark or slightly contrasting chinos, and basic skate or sort-of-skate shoes like Vans. If I'm feeling the need to be smart or summery, it'll be a white shirt with lighter trousers/chinos, or a plain polo Sometimes I'll replace the trainers with Doc Martens, sometimes I'll wear a plain sweater or jumper over the top. Basically my entire wardrobe could be replicated in about five minutes in the generic dad section of an M&S or Primark. It's basic, unbranded, plain, boring.
As others have suggested, with the right level of grooming, which for me is a shaved head and a trimmed but full beard, the results are undeniably good - I don't particularly have much to say about my own appearance, but I get positive feedback from others quite often. For all that most women are a little bit obsessed with their own, or each others, outfits and fashion, it seems as a bloke all that matters is wearing clothes that basically fit, or if they don't fit, it looks deliberate.
I would argue that my clothes are nondescript too, I think I could get away with a black tshirt and grey pants just about anywhere, maybe not a wedding. It's clearly a refinement of the punk and post hardcore scenes I was into as a youngster, and I'm fine with that - if it works for Rollins it works for me.