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 No.36889[Last 50 Posts]

Post what you're wearing today, pieces you want to wear, recent cops, thrifting, inspo, concepts, runways, designers, questions, etc.

Previous thread: >>29827

 No.37361

What do you guys think about (allegedly) Marxist fashion designers like Carol christian Powell?

 No.37362

>>37361
It's the first time I hear of this but considering he once said he intentionally makes his leather clothes as painful and uncomfortable as possible it sort of makes sense.

 No.37363

>>37361
is this a pun on CCP

 No.37364

<I like artifice. I don’t mean lipstick and Botox — I’m talking exaggeration and enhancing ideas, rather than trying to look young. Think of Kabuki or the artifice of a room with a scroll on the wall and one flower arrangement. A tea ceremony: artifice as formalised ritual. Well, maybe it’s not that different from Botox and lipstick after all. Maybe it’s wrong of me to think that one is more sophisticated than the other — I don’t want to be the kind of person who claims to know what the rules really are. I hate sounding opinionated even though I probably am. The artifice I like is always exaggerated and borderline ridiculous. It’s challenging the codes of good taste and notions of conservative beauty in a good-humoured way. Humour is one of the most elegant things in the entire universe, you know.
<I’m a 55-year-old man with grey curly hair that has been chemically altered to be black, straight and long. I’m a 55-year-old man who has gone to the gym for twenty years: I’ve altered my body in a very calculated way through steroids and working out. I started going because I was drinking so much that I had to balance that out, but also because I wanted to change my body. I just wasn’t happy with it as it was. My wife was always going to the gym, and she pushed me to go too. Today it’s as regular as brushing my teeth, just something I do to feel right. A grooming habit. I’m not saying my body is perfect, but it’s as perfect as I can make it. I don’t need to rely on clothes to hide flaws or make it look better than it actually is. I’m also very comfortable with my feminine side now. I’m definitely an old queen.
https://www.businessoffashion.com/articles/luxury/rick-owens-on-what-makes-a-man/

 No.37369

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>>36889
>Post what you're wearing today, pieces you want to wear
No logo, that's it. Simple as.

 No.37372

>>37369
yeah i wear clothes with no logos too

 No.37373

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>>37364
life goals tbh, minus the black isle fallout character face

 No.37376

>>37364
>My father died this year so I’ve been thinking a lot about mortality. He was a very confrontational man, very analytical. He liked putting people into a corner intellectually — it was a form of bullying. He could be so critical of the way people live their lives and in the end he became very bitter. I never had the chance to ask him why he, after all those years of thinking, couldn’t find serenity. He wasn’t able to negotiate the ending of his life in a graceful way. He was so observant, and he believed in being a resolved human being — someone who thinks correctly — and still he never managed to make peace with the fact that he was dying. It made me think about the world and about how to find graceful ways to deal with threats. That’s what I would like to do. I’d like to end up in a garden with a wall around it, reading and playing with kittens. That’s probably the best I can hope for. I’m not going to have grandchildren. Well, I guess in a way I will because I surround myself with people, and some are having children. I love seeing babies around. So I suppose I will have the comfort of being in a garden and playing with kittens and babies. I don’t know what could possibly be better than that.
This hit hard :(

 No.37383

You should really cross dress if you're going to burn a lot cash. Men's clothes realistically are still kinda ugly after 400ish dollars.

 No.37386

>>37376
being overly critical while being a dipshit yourself is a very unfortunate quality

 No.37387

>>37383
Most high end fashion (excluding traditional gendered formal wear like fancy suits and dresses) is unisex anyways.

 No.37388

>>37383
I'm here to find extremely toxic ways to express my masculinity, stop trying to make fashion gay

 No.37389

>>37388
Fashion is inherently gay/feminine

 No.37390

>>37389
what do you mean? we've been wearing clothes since the beginning of time, before gay even existed.

 No.37391

>>37389
What's gay/feminine today was literally the norm for men not many centuries ago.

 No.37392

>>37389
sadly being gay or a woman doesnt inherently make you look good

 No.37394

>>37387
I'd agree if my favorite designers' lines for women weren't too ridicuously small for me, and I'm a skinny lanklet!

 No.37395

>>37389
Best most retarded comment ITT.
Keep dressing like a moron.

 No.37397

> Stop buying reps, it funds terrorism and human trafficking.
burger redditors are fucking hilarious

on the topic of le ethical consumption and clothing, that annoying menswear guy on twitter is always talking about "consumer power", jesus
> Part of the reason why this exploitation happens is because consumers want clothes for as little as $10 or $20.
liberalism is a brain disease

 No.37399

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list of taobao stores that sell high quality clothes, original or "inspired" by mainstream designers
https://pastebin.com/raw/3n5dtqUD

 No.37400

>>37397
Apparently all of inditex factories in Bangladesh are on strike with strong police repression.

 No.37401

>>37394
I have the opposite problem cause I’m a 5’11” guy with a 23” waist so pretty much all standard men’s clothing just makes me look like a rectangle, which is fine for a layered or oversized fit but looks shit elsewise. Unisex works well though

 No.37402

>>37395
Where did I say that it’s bad that it’s inherently feminine? I still love fashion, I just recognize what it is instead of coping

 No.37403

>>37390
In the history and present of gender theory, femininity consistently demonstrates a societal predilection towards beauty, appearance, and fashion by proxy. There have never been societies wherein obsession with fashion and appearance was categorized as ostensibly masculine, yet there have been endless societies where it’s considered obviously feminine/effeminate in theory and practice.
To clarify, fashion is not “genetically” inherently feminine/effeminate, but societally inherent. And That’s not a bad thing, but a fact as of now nonetheless, so trying to purport it’s actually super alpha male to worry about what pretty cloth your wearing is dumb and likely only reflexively said out of internalized homophobia.

 No.37404

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>>37397
I had an argument with him once and he unironically thinks liberalism and capitalism are separate phenomena and that capitalism emerged from liberalism, like we literally willed it into existence or something. People always throw the term idealism around here a lot but this is actually a great example of it. Big pseud who should only stick to dissing neocons for their clothes instead of pretending he knows a thing about political or economic theory, but he can't help but still comment on them anyway.

 No.37406

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>>37403
I think what they're getting at is that it's silly to claim fashion is "inherently" feminine or gay just because cis men say so, especially when most designers are straight men. Even looking at the history of fashion the last century the only trend you could attribute to women/gays is skinny jeans? Maybe?

>trying to purport it’s actually super alpha male to worry about what pretty cloth your wearing is dumb

Doubt anyone here will disagree with your main point, but I think "positive stereotypes" are dumb too.

 No.37407

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what if we went dumpster diving in chile's literal mountain of fast fashion leftovers 🤔😳

 No.37408

>>37403
>yet there have been endless societies where it’s considered obviously feminine/effeminate in theory and practice
What? It wasn't until the French Revolution.
After the French Revolution, in France men being into fashion was seen as part of the old nobility and therefore bad. And France set fashion for the western world. So the western world adopted the idea that men should not be into fashion.
Then in the the late 19th century, anglo puritanism put the final nail in the coffin.

 No.37409

>>37364
as an nb i never felt right identifying as male but watching his shows made me feel like i could have been a male in rick's world, idk

 No.37412

>>37401
>23" waist
dude, I hope you get the medical attention you need. that's fucking insane

>>37403
>internalized homophobia
thanks doc for diagnosing me with your pop psychology. let me know if you're free later, we can chat some more, maybe play some sarcasticaball

>>37407
I'd give it a go

>>37409
identity is also a kind of fashion, especially the kind you're trafficking in

 No.37414

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I wish robes and ponchos were more common.

 No.37417

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fuck guidi for getting mad at retailers selling their stuff on sales

 No.37418

>>37412
>identity is also a kind of fashion, especially the kind you're trafficking in
wut
>>37389
>Fashion is inherently gay/feminine
wut

 No.37419

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>>37414
I wish anything besides European office attire and American streetwear was more commonplace.

 No.37420

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found out about lemaire, really like his stuff and it isnt that expensive especially secondhand or on sale. also is behind the uniqlo U line if you dont mind not getting luxe materials or construction

 No.37421

i like it when cool designers have collabs with mainstream brands so poor plebs like me have access to their stuff

 No.37424

>>37412
That’s literally just how I’m built, I don’t think I need medical attention. I’m only slightly underweight (131lbs) for my height, and feel healthy.

 No.37425

>>37424
Yeah, BMI isn't really a useful metric.

 No.37426

>>37401
Yeah shit sucks. Having a really small waist and large hip-to-waist/shoulder-to-waist ratio is the dream body most women want for themselves, but having it as a cis guy means absolutely nothing unless you’re brave enough to wear cropped midriff / tight tops in public and almost definitely be called slurs.

 No.37427

>>37426
so like a bodybuilder? what about heavily tapered tops?

 No.37428

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> eBay jackets & hats
https://nitter.net/3five9
good account

 No.37429

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https://archive.org/details/onfashion00pect/page/n5/mode/2up

>Until recently, fashion was considered the "F-word" in intellectual circles, dismissed as unworthy of serious attention. Yet no area of life, no individual moment, stands outside fashion's discourses. Intuitively, we all know that clothing is a language, incessantly communicating messages about its wearer. But who speaks this language, to whom is it addressed, what does it mean, and how are its meanings established and transformed? On Fashion explores the ways our material, political, psychological, sexual, even intellectual lives are woven into fashion's fabric.

>This stimulating collection of essays explores fashion's symbolic and figurative functions in photography, cinema, and video; in consumerism, postmodernism, and feminism; in political and material culture; and in self-definition and subjectivity. They demonstrate the pervasive reach of fashion and its expressions.

Interesting read.

 No.37430

>>37427
>like a bodybuilder?
Proportion wise I guess?
but having a wide waist/obliques but even larger muscular shoulders is extremely different than a tiny waist and thin but broad shoulders.

 No.37431

Old lines like Final Home are good but completely overhyped by social media tards. These resell prices are ridiculous. $400 for a "survival bucket hat".

 No.37432


 No.37437

>>37431
I assume he's going to try and burn that in the shower (safe spot to try) or flush it down the toilet (bad idea), but that monstrosity does deserve to be destroyed.

 No.37452

im considering buying a counterfeit of these balenciaga boots but i HATE the huge logos on them

 No.37458

>>37372
What year is that from

 No.37461


 No.37466

Oh cool social media leeches have found out about 14th Addiction so prices are already going through the roof for what was very affordable Japanese clothes.

 No.37470

>>37461
Ty anon

 No.37481

>>37452
Use a file

 No.37484

>>37481
itll look like shit but i guess itll suit the worn down look

 No.37488

People with an irrational aversion to synthetic fabrics because they believe you can absorb microplastics directly from the clothes you're wearing and then buy the shittiest flimsiest roughest cotton out there are funny.

 No.37489

got any recs for good social media accounts about fashion that arent influencer wannabes or """archive""" bullshit?

 No.37490

man cdg is still the GOAT, demna and the endless copycats of balenciaga and vetememes wish they could be like rei

 No.37493

>>37489
>good social media accounts

 No.37507

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>I‘m a model and had a casting at Rick Owens today. Somehow I thought it‘s a good idea to wear the budget rick owens banana zipper pants I own… I got called out by the leader of the casting in front of the whole staff and other models.
>So make sure to wear good batches when going to the brand you have reps from.
redditors are braindead

 No.37508

>>37489
I think blogs are the way to go with that, but idk any.

 No.37511

>>37507
what are you talking about

 No.37512

>>37511
im quoting a reddit thread where a redditor whos a model went to an audition wearing fake clothes of the designer he was auditioning for

 No.37513

>>37512
Why are you going on reddit silly

 No.37514

I'm going to dress even less conservatively as I age.

 No.37516

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why the fuck do japanese designers cost at least twice as much outside of japan holy shit now i understand why people travel to japan to buy clothes

 No.37517

Controversial opinion but I actually like heroin chic.

 No.37519

>>37517
That is probably the least unpopular opinion you could have

 No.37521

>>37519
I thought it was widely criticized for being "unhealthy" or whatever. Someone in this very thread got called out just for being thin.

 No.37522

>>37519
arent skinny clothes considered "boomer shit" these days

 No.37523

Jan-Jan Van Essche is very good.

 No.37524

>There are some days when you really want to feel denim and its the rough structure. On other days you want really light drawstring pants that you hardly feel or even a jumpsuit with no waist. Girls wear dresses–they know the feeling of body freedom. Men, on the other hand, don’t.

 No.37541

>>37522
If you wear them and they make your legs look like sausages, then yes.

 No.37545

>want artisanal boots in a very specific style
>find shop with adequate prices
>only womens boots have actual heels
gggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh i dont want to spend a grand on guidi or worse, buy used shoes

 No.37546

Patina on clothes made with quality fabrics is so sexy.

 No.37547

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i remembered checking online ceramics out when it was just starting and thinking it was haha funny tumblr graphics and moving on but now i found out it reached normalfagdom and has made several collabs with huge brands wtf

 No.37573

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resell market has gotten so stupid i just want pretty clothes

 No.37582

>>37573
I hate the rapper hype boom, shit used to be actually affordable before.

 No.37583

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>Amazon Has a Secret Luxury Fashion Site
>VRSNL, operated by Amazon’s Zappos subsidiary, has been quietly selling coveted items like Bottega Veneta’s “Pouch” bag for months, BoF has learned.
https://vrsnl.zappos.com/

wtf. only learned after someone bragged about getting a $2000 leather jacket for $150 and $1000 sneakers for $85 on reddit

 No.37584

so much of my early college fashion was copped from wanting to be boymode alice glass

 No.37587

Is it reactionary I like wearing suits? I unironically want to look fancy in an office all day and go to lounges afterwards to drink Tom Collins and call women cutesy shit like doll, or sugar.

 No.37588

>>37583
Lol what is this shit? $775 for a button up t shirt?

 No.37589

>>37588
1000 bucks for the guy fieri shirt. I'm dying.

 No.37590

>>37587
Jesus, I'm jealous.
Sometimes I see people online posting their thrift finds and it's stuff like fucking Yohji for under 10 bucks.

 No.37591

>>37588
Marni got boring in the last years but the collab with Uniqlo was pretty good, at least women's.

 No.37595

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>>37587
>Is it reactionary I like wearing suits?
No? Just don't make them boring.

 No.37597

>>37590
thrift stores are only filled with good stuff in the us because of their squandering culture all i ever find where i live is whatever first worlders didnt snatch first in their own thrift stores :(

 No.37598

>>37514
Edith Blayney is goals

 No.37602

Anyone have experience guinea pigging reps on pandabuy? What’s the odds imma get scammed

 No.37605

>>37602
What do you mean guinea-pigging? Pandabuy and all other agents will show you pictures of the product once it arrives to their warehouse so you can check if everything is in order.

 No.37606

>>37605
I just mean buying something from a source with 0 reviews or sales

 No.37607

>>37606
If you ever get fucked your agent should be able to contact taobao to get your money back, I think.

 No.37608

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lmao noooo instagram archive fashion hypebeasts are discovering jrock now its so over

>japanese y2k grunge fashion

lol

 No.37613

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Haider Ackermann's clothes are getting harder and harder to find, but I'm optimistic that he'll start his brand up again soon.

 No.37615

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you can tell someone used to be a sneakerhead hypebeast who moved onto designer clothes when they do shit like this

 No.37618

>>37403
Nothing about society is inherent you theorylet. You're arguing metaphysical positions instead of thinking dialectially about fashion. Under primitive communism and in the transition to clan society men and women equally decorated themselves. Early class societies like the Minoan exhibit this. It is only after capitalist society codifies gendered norms to enforce patriarchy that we associate inherently (as you put it) fashion with femininity or queerness. Once we abolish capitalism also fashion loses the shackles of capitalist society and is aufgehoben to socialist fashion. It will become one of the main points of communist society, since as Marx put it

>As a result, therefore, man (the worker) only feels himself freely active in his animal functions – eating, drinking, procreating, or at most in his dwelling and in dressing-up, etc.; and in his human functions he no longer feels himself to be anything but an animal. What is animal becomes human and what is human becomes animal.

 No.37619

I’ve run into the problem recently of realizing a lot of creatives talk a lot and are truly emotionally intelligent people but don’t really do much of the things they say they do.

 No.37620

Bro I’m so sick of “dark avant-garde” designers a lot of the shit is just gratuitous edginess disguised as being subversive. Some vaguely rich artist highlighting the “darker elements of life 😈”? Ok pal
It’s always some variation of something McQueen, Rick or CCP did without fail. If not that then it’s some shock value shit

 No.37621

>>37615
That many pairs of ricks is embarrassing

 No.37623

Some of the biggest designers of the 90s/2000s, despite being notorious for big parties and glamour, still talk about the work itself with the neurotic passion of someone truly obsessed with what they do, a lot of people miss that part

 No.37624

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every time I see an incredible graphic sweater, 95% of the time Yohji made it

 No.37625

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 No.37652

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You know, I have a nice closet I'm content with that I got after saving and waiting for the right deal on the second-hand market but furniture is truly, truly for people with a lot of money if you don't want your place to look like an IKEA showroom. It sucks.

 No.37657

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>Every new employee of the American fashion designer Thom Browne receives a 'starter kit' of his brand’s clothing worth some ten thousand dollars retail, including, among other items, two gray suits, five white oxford shirts, one gray wool tie, and one white pocket square.
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2023/09/25/how-thom-brownes-gray-suit-conquered-american-fashion
kinda jelly ngl, thom browne made me like suits again

 No.37658

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Some recent stuff I've put out in the shop

 No.37659

>>37620
same tbh, counterculture has been almost entirely subverted by regular culture, very little stands out in the dark fashion space, whether that be high end or street wear brands like FTP, shit is just edgy for the sake of edgy, selling rebellion to placate the masses.

 No.37666

is it fine if jackets look like a tent sometimes? trying to guess the correct size online is a hassle

 No.37687

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#relatable

 No.37688

>>37687
I don't get it.

 No.37689

>>37688
Finding a cool t-shirt and realizing the main graphic is on the back.

 No.37690

>>37689
Who even makes shirts like that? Everyone knows that the back is for the tour dates.

 No.37695

>>37687
me when searching for cheap CE tshirts on yahoo japan

 No.37698

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People are just finding out that Junya is pretty much a pop artist.

 No.37706

>>37695
Is that Baudrillard?

 No.37707

Why do people get so pissy at wide baggy pants man they look decent most of the time

 No.37708

i get more compliments on my fits when im wearing graphic-heavy asian streetwear that i put on lazy days than when im wearing the cool stuff i really enjoy :(

 No.37709

>>37707
Furthermore skirts on guys like that pic should be normalized, it’s the next step for baggy styles

 No.37713

>>37707
3 Cons
>Items in pockets are allowed to swing all over the place
>Difficult to run or climb in
>More likely to get caught on random things
3 Pros
>Breaks up the human shape
>Better for temperature regulation at higher temperatures
>Easier to hide things underneath

 No.37715

How 2 women's fashion when poor
Pinterest sucks
I want 2 slay

 No.37716

>>37715
whenever i thrift theres always an overabundance of women clothes as opposed to mens

 No.37717

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ssense have been on a slow downward trend for the last few years, but this year especially has been very bad for them, along with other online luxury retailers like farfetch. The whole sector is in free fall. good news for us, since many markdowns will probably be carried over for much longer than they normally would. I don't give them more than 2 years.

 No.37752

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I literally look like this.

 No.37753


 No.37755

>>37715
Get some fashion reps

 No.37757

Incredible things are happening in China…
Advancement in proletarian wear
https://x.com/nise_yoshimi/status/1727480123602211081?s=46&t=Q6FBIGTYgnt-UdotlALUxA

 No.37758

>>37757
the communist imagery is cringe but those pieces look good otherwise

 No.37771

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>>37689
Just rip off the front pocket and you're golden.
>but it's le backwards
Cool, normalize wearing t-shirts backwards.

 No.37772

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I've been going for this style, leaning more into the "alternative" tech style but also want to look more flamboyant, colorful and gay which the dark tech wear kind of clashes with.

 No.37773

>>37772
You can find a lot of colorblock stuff in Nike's ACG and ISPA lines and Adidas' Terrex.

 No.37779

>>37773
>Adidas
Nazi brand.

 No.37780

>>37779
all brands are nazi brands, who cares, you dont believe in voting with your wallet do you? and you should buy second hand anyway

 No.37781

>>37773
Asos is having a black Friday sale. Not sure what to get. I'm kind of short in cash, I'll browse around and see if something catches my eye.

The issue is that I'm not quite sure what I want my styles to look like. I need a normal weekend style, a club style, an office work style, a workout clothes style. Right now I have clothes I've had for a decade, and new stuff too. It's all a mishmash.

Then there's shit I need to buy asap, like I urgently need new every day shoes. I'm thinking of buying some black Nike's, they're so fucking expensive though. I also need some gloves but I'm thinking of buying the ones at the supermarket.

 No.37785

why do people even get fake normie luxury bags its literally just thief bait

 No.37805

>>37785
Cause it’s cheap so if someone steals it who cares

 No.37868

https://www.russh.com/rick-owens-moncler-interview/
>With the rise of AI, the fashion industry is undergoing a transformation in the way products are designed. What is your stance in AI?
<It is ominous, creepy and inevitable. All of my favourite things.
heh

 No.37901

File: 1701583480536.jpg (121.79 KB, 870x1110, 1701571182028839.jpg)

Any idea what this way of tying your laces is called?

 No.37923

The rep community is so fucking retarded.
>accurate imitation of intricate piece down to the materials but there's no tags, 0/10
>paper-thin cheap cotton shit with accurate logo and tags, 10/10

 No.37956

File: 1701724639648.jpg (709.86 KB, 1536x2048, GACzTv3XEAESZvM.jpg)


 No.37972

File: 1701808243476.jpg (70.21 KB, 598x601, i get it guys.jpg)

streetwear instagram just absolutely loves shirts tucked in to high-waisted pants while wearing sneakers huh

 No.38033

File: 1702230480485.jpg (52.32 KB, 1024x576, GA_sQVcWYAA-teB.jpg)

Literally and metaphorically me.

 No.38039

its insane how obvious the difference is in pocket sizes between women’s pants and men’s pants

 No.38042

File: 1702252788068.jpg (7.35 KB, 320x180, 1611217692705.jpg)

Is it possible to wear black button-ups and not look like a waiter?

 No.38043

>>38042
If you want to go monochromatic, the more attention to detail is required. Cut, drape, texture, features, etc, all become more important than they normally would since mix'n'matching creates visual interest on its own.

 No.38045

jelly of cruelty squads author getting into fashion after making it big with the game. good for him

 No.38052

File: 1702261394654.jpg (55.82 KB, 764x1146, 1664238318476555.jpg)

>>38045
Shocked he doesn't look like this.

 No.38054

average dark fashion enthusiast

 No.38074

I fucking hate couriers. I'm in Canada and UPS/Fedex/DHL give me problems almost half the time. I've had over 100 packages come through Canada Post and they only fucked up once. Keep hearing horror stories about made-up tariffs that easily amount to $100 all around the world.

 No.38075

>>38074
i once had a fedex package stalled because of some issue and when i had to call them the person on the other end hung up when i took too long to answer a question about the shipping code or whatever because i was trying to look for it
critical support for the government doing stuff

 No.38081

File: 1702346660678.jpg (723.63 KB, 1271x1627, Khmer_rouge_clothing.jpg)

this went hard

 No.38089

File: 1702466059185.jpg (99.49 KB, 720x480, IMG_2807.jpg)

Thoughts on chelsea boots? Are they hard to pull off? I like how they look but I wonder if they aren't that versatile and I'm forced to go full SLP if I get a pair.

 No.38090

>>38089
shinier = dressier, suede being the most casual

 No.38091

speaking of boots every goodyear welt boot comes in only two colorways: brown with red accents and yellow with black accents or whatever. just sell a full black boot it’s not that difficult

 No.38092

>>38089
Depends on the style of the chelseas obv but you don't need to commit to the skinny rockstar aesthetic.

 No.38178

File: 1702570163203.jpg (186.21 KB, 1280x1280, E3cICBaWUAMxbPg.jpg)

this shit be 50,000 dollars like the raf riot bomber

 No.38194

nyc is one of the only places where you can walk around in a trenchcoat smoking a cig and not look sketchy as hell. too bad about the rent prices

 No.38202

What color is most versatile and looks professional for backpacks? Grey and black?

 No.38203

>>38202
Black and silver are the most corpo ones, yeah.

 No.38204

File: 1702752504678.jpg (31.89 KB, 693x484, Screenshot.jpg)

The flight stewards at the end of the aisle watching me swing my legally “personal item” sized bag full of clothes as I stumble out of my row (I'm going to a furcon)

 No.38205

>>38204
The woman on the left is so pretty…

 No.38208

File: 1702795173634.jpg (48.76 KB, 360x450, kakihara.jpg)

rei kawakubo's menswear stuff has basically been her making a new wardrobe for this dude to wear every season for the past 20 years

 No.38209

File: 1702795974800.png (66.48 KB, 388x575, 1689486127690060.png)

Relatively normal but still obviously fashion oriented outfits
http://www.style-arena.jp/en/
https://www.fashionsnap.com/streetstyle/
These are alot more conservative compared to Tokyofashion which tends to focus on the more wild stuff coming out of Harajuku

 No.38252

File: 1702919318839-0.jpg (2.11 MB, 7952x5304, 1702893230878084.jpg)

File: 1702919318839-1.jpg (109.12 KB, 1024x683, 1702875902591446.jpg)

File: 1702919318839-2.jpg (406.5 KB, 2048x1364, 1702875877198156.jpg)

the gang

 No.38253

>>38252
w2c that pussy uygha tee

 No.38254

>>38253
I'm more into the URINAL sweater myself.

 No.38256

>archive
i hate this term brainlets use to inflate prices. any piece from a previous season is an archival piece by definition

 No.38257

File: 1702934029282.jpg (115.73 KB, 732x480, 1636833089177.jpg)

>checking leddit
<Scored a pair of Guidi’s for $75 on clearance at Nordstrom Rack!!
holy fuck

 No.38270

I appreciate that Ricky O's room in Italy looks exactly like his room in America 20 years ago before he became stupid rich except the materials changed so it's now all linen, wool and lots and lots of marble.

 No.38276

File: 1703085218455.jpg (19.82 KB, 500x492, 30216.jpg)

Milsurp boots are so good and varied. People should stop buying cheaply made plasticky shit like Docs when milsurp exists. You can get them resoled and you can even slap a chunky sole on them yourself with cement glue if you're into that.

 No.38278

File: 1703108348880-0.jpg (362.94 KB, 642x1200, GBww1cqawAA6gDp.jpg)

File: 1703108348880-1.jpg (187.91 KB, 1000x667, GBwyedlacAAH0sq.jpg)

i must not fall for the latest psyop, b-but..

 No.38279

>>38278
Over $200 for stiff looking gloves made from fucking polyester. I could get much better and aesthetically pleasing gloves for that money.

 No.38280

>>37707
>JNCO jeans coming back
Kingdom Hearts looking mofos but can’t hate.
I don’t mind baggy jeans every now and then.

 No.38281

>>38252
>first two images
<yeah, there are a few goofy looking cornballs and a crippled quirked-up nazi punk rocking the hitler stache, but whatever
>last image
<man with obscenely long neck standing next to what looks to be a child
<literally Dylan Roof all the way to the right
<weird line up with hands placed in pockets
The last one has to be ai generated, come on

 No.38284

>>37615
Idgi either. A lot of those silhouettes don’t look any better than converse to me. Might as well wear black and white chucks.

 No.38289

>>38281
They're old /fa/ meetups lmao.

>>38284
They're riffs on Chuck Taylors with exaggerated details and luxe materials.

 No.38290

File: 1703130392396.jpg (18.48 KB, 680x602, FaYpvpsX0AEr4pY.jpg)

>Comme des Garçons Shirt
>sells pants
>Comme des Garçons Wallet
>sells belts

 No.38299

My hatred towards /r/malefashionadvice types knows no bounds. Fucking joyless bastards with zero appreciation for aesthetics obsessed with norms nobody but their own circles care about.

 No.38307

buying used shoes online is hell, why does nobody bother measuring them, as if shoe sizes actually mean anything, and then they refuse if you ask them to, like do you want to sell them or not??

 No.38312

File: 1703372913684.jpg (216.46 KB, 1243x1865, GB5jNYTW4AAd5ZX.jpg)

“Artisanal fashion” wearers take themselves too seriously when the designers they wear make stuff like this.

 No.38315

File: 1703385090567.jpg (206.78 KB, 1220x1481, yankee with wizard brim.jpg)


 No.38316

File: 1703386805747-0.jpg (356.43 KB, 1366x2048, Fwg51VUWAAAwp2b.jpg)

File: 1703386805747-1.jpg (295.69 KB, 2048x1366, Fwg51VTWcAELyce.jpg)

File: 1703386805747-2.jpg (358.66 KB, 2048x1366, Fwg51VUWYAAaISb.jpg)


 No.38317

File: 1703386974577.jpg (119.46 KB, 1125x1496, fendi.jpg)

TheRealReal is where you find out if a design is beautiful, or is just plain shitty but has been filtered through the lens of fancy runways and editorials.

 No.38325

>>38312
this is so cute

 No.38327

>>38326
I hear you, I wish I had the courage to wear femboy aesthetic.

 No.38328

File: 1703437352915.jpg (281.66 KB, 2048x1914, 1703299334096419.jpg)

whoops sorry for deleting the original post
<i wish i could get away with wearing cute bags that resemble animals as a man :(
>>38327
yeah, im a coward too. attractive people can do whatever they want

 No.38331

File: 1703446118468.jpg (198.31 KB, 709x1064, F_Nt1n-XUAA0pqJ.jpg)

people with straight hair have it so easy

 No.38336

>>38331
thats why im bald, no matter how much i take care of my hair people will think the opposite

 No.38341

>>38331
Straight hair is also boring in most cases. Fluff is nice.

 No.38343

>>38312
How many people's entire entry into ma+ is a '+' belt styled in exactly the same way? Too many.

 No.38344

>>38331
this is just some idiot that got into a bunch of hair care stuff and is now complaining about it and pinning it on their hair type for some reason because they have 0 self awareness
also long straight hair is high maintenance and gets frizzy without care too

 No.38406

I'm not saying only attractive people should wear nice clothing but sometimes I see insane fits with a head that simply doesn't fit with the aesthetic. At least change your haircut.

 No.38418

>>37972
found the perfect sneakers to go with this aesthetic.

 No.38419

>>38418
people have made the same unfunny joke even with regular converse for decades already lol

 No.38420

>>38419
So you’re trying to tell me you wouldn’t rock some clown force 1s?

 No.38424

>>38420
I already look like a Kingdom Hearts character.

 No.38425

File: 1704044431551-0.jpg (652.45 KB, 1536x2048, F_S2e9ka4AAm9wN.jpg)

File: 1704044431551-1.jpg (488.8 KB, 1707x2560, Junya Watanabe SS24.jpg)

Celebrities really don't know how to style the expensive clothes they paid MSRP for.

 No.38426

>>38425
>leather blazer one or two sizes too big
>hoodie with blazer
>those fucking raw jeans that look like theyre been worn for the first time ever
>they also have the worst stacks youve ever seen
>AND theyre slim fit followed by huge chunky boots
utter dogshit

 No.38481

File: 1704090276169.png (330.68 KB, 500x316, EpVqt9RW8AMvDcS.png)

>>37489
Whenever I look for "fashion accounts" on social media I only find godawful insufferably vapid rich cunts, the best people who are into fashion I've found accidentally and mostly post about stuff like anime and/or irony left stuff.

 No.38483

>>38425
This is an assault to my eyes.

 No.38484

>>38425
Junya still the goat tbh.

 No.38486

saw a headline about how the gay leather subculture was dying and i wonder if its the macho perception of it thats turning people off, you could argue thats the whole point of it but i think theres room for different masculine ideals like some sephiroth looking guys maybe

 No.38487

>>37364
>>38270
his house is on the right track for acceptable minimalism. minimalism only works when you take it to the furthest possible extent. someones hollow pinterest loft with all white ikea furnishings is boring and lacks any kind of statement. unless youre making your house look like a james turrell installation then im not interested

 No.38534

File: 1704245173159.jpg (13.25 KB, 550x550, 1704203700601258.jpg)

Are "incel glasses" really a thing? Would it be a bad idea to wear chinletjak glasses?

 No.38539

File: 1704255653346.png (335.23 KB, 500x375, ClipboardImage.png)

>>38534
>gucci glasses

 No.38541

>>38539
It's just a picture.

 No.38543

I bought some baggy pants on H&M. Really fucking great pants. I love them all and for a great price.

There were no good tops though (shirts, or otherwise). This is for the male section of the store.

Even baggier than picrel. They're elastic too. I wear them on top of my belly button to make myself look a bit taller, plus they're super long too. I've gotten a lot of compliments but it's a flamboyant style for the city I'm in currently. I stand out.

 No.38544

>>38543
>I wear them on top of my belly button
So they're high rise or are you torturing your balls? If you're looking for suggestions look for wide cropped tops.

 No.38545

>>38534
I think the only real offender is thin wire-frame glasses. Also most people won't even know them as incel glasses, though they might think they're out of style.

 No.38547

>>38544
>look for wide cropped tops.
Nice, I'll check them out! I have a bit of a belly, so I'm self conscious about croptops. I'll buy one anyways just to see how I look. I wore these pants today with a short polo. It looked pretty nice.
My balls are fine lol, there's plenty of space left.

Any recommendations for casual shoes with big heels? I think it would go with this look and it would make me look a bit taller but I don't want to kill myself with boots, like doc martens style boots.

 No.38548

>>38547
doesnt need to be a crop top necessarily, though thats definitely a power move

 No.38549

>>38547
As in chunky? Doc Martens has derbies and oxfords with chunky soles too if you don't want to go for combat boots. Maybe look for cuban heel shoes too. Idk I don't got many cheap recs for shoes.

 No.38556

>>38548
Are the pictures you attached what you meant? Because if I look online its mostly wide fitted belly button length tops. I have the pic rel nice asos oversized bomberjacket that looks pretty cool with the fit.
>>38549
I was mostly looking for some "sport shoes" with chunky or large soles. But you're right that some docmartens would look good with this fit.

 No.38574

File: 1704386028685.jpg (31.78 KB, 470x626, 1684892548362548.jpg)

>>38290
>Hedi Slimane
>Hedi Slim Man
I mean, really?

 No.38584

File: 1704413842147.jpg (79.6 KB, 1440x513, GC-e7uGaEAAOG7A.jpg)

why cant we have trends like this among the youths anymore

 No.38585

File: 1704414318848.jpg (39.09 KB, 712x1136, DtNgelkXoAcw7jT.jpg)

wiwt

 No.38659

File: 1704579386652.jpg (269.68 KB, 640x800, zlqfx94kvx9c1.jpg)

People who wear all black need to take better pictures of their fits because shitty contrast doesn't let me see the details of the clothes most of the time which kind of defeats the purpose of spending a lot of money on interesting black pieces.

 No.38660

File: 1704579859236.jpg (347.09 KB, 1080x1920, h11e7fax5i9c1.jpg)

Never thought of layering a denim jacket under a wool coat and it looks good at least in this pic.

 No.38661

i tried on several different semitransparent/lacy tops at a store but i dont think theyre for me :(

 No.38663

File: 1704607763100.jpg (187.89 KB, 590x885, 1614263680321.jpg)

>get nice clothes
>never get to use them because my life is incredibly boring

 No.38664

File: 1704608492150.png (912.96 KB, 926x505, 1697791683547105.png)

this is how girls in japan said they wish their date would be dressed
>pants
as loose as possible, cargo, jeans
>tops
zip ups, sweaters, long sleeve tees, loose
>jackets
long brown or black jacket
>accessories
pierced ears, rings, necklace in silver
>shoes
Simple AF1, or black leather shoes
>colors

 No.38684

>>38534
Round glasses have also been played to death by tiktok bitches.

 No.38685

>>38684
round glasses r cool

 No.38746

File: 1704859749662.jpg (148.69 KB, 1200x1200, 1676777412386983.jpg)

I can't decide if I want to keep my bomber as-is or mod it into a military sci-fi cringe jacket of esoteric literary references. Same with my room, I'd also like to buy some cool anime figures and whatnot but I feel it's not going to look good, but I don't have cool furniture anyway so I get it's either plastering it with nerd shit or making it look cheap and sterile.

 No.38750

File: 1704868134622.jpg (24.12 KB, 600x600, s-l1600.jpg)

kinda wanna get a school shooter coat but i dont think itd get much use with the climate here

 No.38751

>>38534
reminds me of that comedy bit: "rapist glasses"

 No.38752

File: 1704868523338-0.jpg (3.89 KB, 300x168, 1600472800864.jpg)

File: 1704868523338-1.jpg (561.56 KB, 2500x1664, 1699851662732466.jpg)

>>38751
Nah these are the pedo/rapist glasses to millennials and older.

 No.38839

File: 1705623102749.jpg (702.16 KB, 1080x1854, 1705567776513954.jpg)

hasnt gorpcore been a thing for like a decade now lol

 No.38840

>>38839
Goretex is stupid, the only reason it's so expensive is because it's a proprietary material and you have to pay a fee just to use it.

 No.38841

File: 1705627214306.png (1.07 MB, 1140x1140, ClipboardImage.png)

>>38750
get a columbo coat instead, lighter colours and lighter fabrics mean less heat and a less edgy aesthetic

 No.38842

>>38750
Why not just a parka?

 No.38843

has anyone ITT tried to replicate/take inspiration from Soviet fashions? I thought yesterday about how there must have been fashion styles in the USSR and was looking into it a bit yesterday and saw that the Constructivists did this. I kinda want to try to replicate some of their designs but I also don't know how to sew at all.

 No.38844

>>38841
Agreed.
Also make sure to have a suitable collection of eye-catching ties.

 No.38849

>>38284
Leather, taller, sidezips, bigger. Same styling different proportions/materials.
It's been overplayed for years but there's a good reason it has.

 No.38850


 No.38853

i was looking in the mirror and realized i look like moe from the three stooges if he was gay and anorexic.

is there anything i can do?

 No.38854

>>38853
get a different haircut?

 No.38855

>>38854
like what though, all the haircuts popular nowadays are stupid broccali kid stuff

 No.38859

<Kawakubo created an uproar at her debut show, where journalists labelled her clothes 'Hiroshima chic'.
lmao what the fuck, its funny the kind of shit that used to fly just a few decades ago

 No.38955

File: 1705807819088-0.jpg (339.6 KB, 1366x2048, GD45PBVW8AAmGCZ.jpg)

File: 1705807819088-1.jpg (340.3 KB, 1366x2048, GD45PpEXQAAJwVI.jpg)

File: 1705807819088-2.jpg (327.41 KB, 1366x2048, GD45PpEWsAAvjY0.jpg)

File: 1705807819088-3.jpg (360.16 KB, 1366x2048, GD45PBbWYAAYgFM.jpg)

File: 1705807819088-4.jpg (343.27 KB, 1366x2048, GD45PBYX0AABaSh.jpg)

alexander skelton fw24. much more rich and gothic than the more folksy vibe of previous collections. love the colors

 No.38975

File: 1705861645862.jpg (260.4 KB, 1128x1692, app001prod.jpg)

Is it just me or did wool get fucking expensive lately

 No.39001

File: 1705964735497.jpg (133.91 KB, 584x1308, 1692742680857589.jpg)

seditionaries vivienne westwood
heliot emil leather accessories
the viridianne

 No.39002

I hate not having a disposable income to spend on stuff like this.

 No.39014

File: 1705990013133-0.jpg (920.13 KB, 2400x2400, 1998AW W.&L.T..jpg)

File: 1705990013133-1.jpg (177.78 KB, 1301x1301, D.E.S cyber tube tops.jpg)

File: 1705990013133-2.jpg (144.88 KB, 1280x1600, Hussein Chalayan.jpg)


 No.39015

>Field jacket in a satin weave cotton fabric of military origin. The garment has been dyed and then faded in selected areas with a corrosive paste. The bleached parts have then been hand painted with a tortoise shell inspired motive also polluting the Stone Island badge on the left sleeve.
https://stoneislandarchive.com/08-08-2014_stoneisland_rasohandpaintedtortoiseshellcamofieldjacket-_tobacco_1/

 No.39027

>Post what you're wearing today
i dress a bit insanecore with some freakwear inspiration and some of my favorite designers come from the tokyo school of Fucked Fashion

 No.39028

>>37707
>>37709
skirts are usually made pretty cheaply and are ugly as a result, if you look at skirts made by designers for men theyre usually more shawl like and made better so its more flattering to wear

 No.39029

File: 1706052502385.jpg (163.28 KB, 1080x1618, GEONlarXAAAWMog.jpg)

boymoder wearing yohji to cope lmao
also estrogen is cheap wtf

 No.39035

File: 1706078082568.jpg (106.23 KB, 1080x1440, s7n2lppw8bec1.jpg)

>>38659
I always have a hearty laugh when I see someone spending thousands in clothes and can't take a decent fucking picture of them. Bonus points if it's a mirror picture.

 No.39040

>>39029
>I know kung fu.
<Show me.

 No.39041

>>36889
>fashion thread
Bless this thread, fashion is something that I always wanted to try myself. But I can only salivate over those Balenciaga clothes (they're fuckin expensive) and watch JoJo.

 No.39042

>>37406
Daaamn, the man's got a drip.

 No.39046

>>39041
I like Demna but only confined to the runway. I don't think anything tops the DHL polo from when he was in Vetements. The overexposure thanks to rappers and celebrities and regular people desperately wanting to emulate them doesn't help.

 No.39047

>>37488
The material it's made of doesn't really mean much. Not only are there many different quality tiers for each material including cotton but in this day and age 100% anything doesn't mean much for quality. Synthetic fabrics have come such a long way since the '40's and the idea that synthetic equates to inferior is dated. Rick Owens, for example, uses many synthetic blends to provide different textures and draping.

It's more important to judge a garment just by handling it. It sounds stupid but if you've handled lots of different fabrics it's pretty easy to tell the difference between high quality and low.

Then you look at the cut, seams, and stitching. Are the clothes cut in a boxy one size fits all manner or are they cut to conform to the body? Is the seam work logical? Is it anatomic or straight? Is the stitching reinforced at stress points? Are there loose threads?

It's kind of hard to explain in writing but go to a department store sometime and look at a high end designer shirt. Examine the details and look at the composition tags. Then do the same for a cheap basic shirt. Note the differences. You can read up on basic garment construction for a better idea but comparing and contrasting provides a good base level to judge quality.

 No.39051

File: 1706134767749.jpg (36.81 KB, 500x686, ann.jpg)


 No.39069

File: 1706229319079.png (396.95 KB, 513x768, 1693858573823.png)

how many jackets is too much? i have like 5 mid jackets but i wonder if i should sell them and get 1-2 high tier jackets instead

 No.39070

File: 1706241245513.jpg (43.41 KB, 534x800, 1684518846675255.jpg)

Go read about Enzo Mari and download a copy of Autoprogettazione. An important primer in learning to appreciate interior design as well as plans for furniture that anyone can build out of the cheapest and most plentiful materials possible.

 No.39074

>>39069
if you wear them all then its fine to have that many jackets

 No.39086

File: 1706378784677-0.jpg (1.3 MB, 2048x1148, 1706377039073430.jpg)

File: 1706378784677-1.jpg (1.06 MB, 2048x1140, 1706377152681128.jpg)

>>38534
These type of glasses suck any sex appeal you have right out of you and should be banned world wide

 No.39094


 No.39133

File: 1706552928502.jpg (260.28 KB, 1024x1537, GE46mi1bAAADcFn.jpg)

>>38955
he should start an ouji lolita clothing label

 No.39211

File: 1706940670110.jpg (155.96 KB, 1024x1367, poncho.jpg)

Is wearing a poncho weird? They look comfortable.

 No.39215

>>39211
I think they're cool. There's many different ways to style a poncho too. Maybe traditional ponchos that look straight outta Peru might be harder to pull off but they're still fine on their own.

 No.39217

File: 1706943584811.jpg (155.6 KB, 850x1275, 1379946373587.jpg)

With the rate at which used clothes drop in price after one or two seasons I cannot fathom why you'd buy anything other than shoes brand new, unless it's a specific item you love from a very small brand. The bulk of my wardrobe is used but in good condition with the 'brand new' purchases reserved for indie designers.

 No.39219

Paradoxically, fit people are conditioned to start sweating sooner after starting exercise than unfit people
>Daily life involves walking + cycling to public transport, work and shopping areas
>If I'm gonna be walking why tf not make it brisk + fast? Means I don't have to go to the gym. Shuffling is boring and slow anyway.
>Downside is that nice clothes get sweated through after 25 minutes fast walking.
>Fitted clothes not compatible with cycling.
>end up wearing sportswear, fleeces and sweatpants.
Anons who understand the struggle, any wild suggestions?

 No.39220

>>39219
Cotton

 No.39221

>>39220
terrible suggestion lmao
wool if you have the money
sportswear is synthetic for a reason too, gets rid of sweat faster

 No.39222

>>39221
exactly. A cotton tshirt under a cotton button up, with a rucksack, means sweat. Quality cotton pieces turn to shit if they're washed all the time. Wool can be good but shapes we like usually aren't made of wool. I've been thinking about cotton things with underarm, chest and back zip vents. Maybe stretch panels too, like cotton pants with a stretch panel at the crotch for cycling.

 No.39236

File: 1707008193061.jpg (85.64 KB, 614x701, 1686270882866847.jpg)

I really need to stop wasting money on cheap stiff clothes and get more fine drapey stuff.

 No.39237

>>39211
Easier to pull off if you’re not white.
Otherwise you’ve got to be Clint Eastwood

 No.39238

>>38955
Second on looks like vampire Seinfeld

 No.39239

>>39238
*Second one

 No.39240

>>39237
just be drinking mate and have a llama accompany you at all times

 No.39242

>>39237
Why is it easier to pull off if you're not white?

 No.39243

File: 1707025594659.jpg (168.31 KB, 786x1500, poncho1.jpg)

>>39215
I wanted to wear this because I thought it looked cool.

 No.39246

>>39243
Ah, a "dandy hobo" style.
>>39237
>Otherwise you’ve got to be Clint Eastwood
This, a nerd weering a poncho will just amplify their nerdiness.

 No.39262

>>39246
Is "dandy hobo" bad?

 No.39325

File: 1707136416039-0.jpg (458.05 KB, 769x954, 20210325_155257.jpg)

File: 1707136416039-1.jpg (36.88 KB, 332x632, 20210315_120242.jpg)

File: 1707136416039-2.jpg (303.69 KB, 1124x1879, 20210315_120240.jpg)

These all look like shit.

Post some cool stuff mang.

 No.39328

>>39325
first and last are unfunny 'ironic' garbage. old man in full yohji is cool tho

 No.39352

>>39325
Fucking mogged.

 No.39378

File: 1707338088102.mp4 (4.86 MB, 480x852, 1707337347381.mp4)

a fun little game you can play is to look up some turbo hype item like the crystal bullet belts on grailed, filter by sold, and scroll all the way to the bottom to see what whoever is bragging about owning one actually paid. in some cases they probably just bought it from a japanese site ten years ago and even the oldest grailed listings are fake inflated prices

if you ever paid half a rack for an issey sport bomber you are dumb as rocks

 No.39379

>>39378
This is so fucking tacky. Literally random shit thrown together. This is even dumber than paying retail for designer clothes, this is paying absurd resell prices for stuff that you could get for $100 before this hypebeast garbage. Seeing Undercover and Duvet worn like that is painful, also.

 No.39380

>>39378
this has to be fake right…

 No.39404

>>39378
I know it makes complete sense under capitalism but it still amazes me that hypebeasts evolved from paying $1000 for Supreme t-shirts that originally cost under $100 to paying $8000 for 20-year-old second-hand designer clothes that you could get for under $400 before the hype.

 No.39407

>>39378
Like a big lit up billboard that says “please rob me”.

 No.39408

>>39378
What do these guys do to be able to spend 40k on trashy clothing?

 No.39410

>>39408
trust fund kids

 No.39425

File: 1707637187136.jpg (96.39 KB, 800x1067, 1497887802782.jpg)

>>39041
demna goes for that thrifted diy look but their target market is rich people that dont have time for that. you gotta look at them like "art" pieces like the mmm splatter gats

 No.39429

File: 1707660661611.jpg (40.6 KB, 750x1125, 5665560527_6_1_1.jpg)

Cant wait for spring so I can start wearing my garish shirt collection.
Recently bought this one for 8€. Not sure what colour pants go with it. Gray or black?

 No.39430

>>39429
Neutral colors like gray and black go with anything…

 No.39431

>>39429
drapey straight/slim black pants?

 No.39432

>designer i like goes "viral"
>both retail and second hand becomes more expensive
>quality of newer pieces goes down
oh i hate this

 No.39446

I hate goth girls I hate goth aesthetics if you're goth I hope you get jumped by a bunch of youth crew meatheads

 No.39448

need this t shirt so much, you have no idea

 No.39450

>>39448
You can just get it printed yourself on some tshirt website

 No.39488

File: 1707987165316.jpg (47.89 KB, 1106x737, 1707934900321009.jpg)


 No.39489

File: 1707997462091.png (155.24 KB, 320x640, ClipboardImage.png)

Once I get employment I'm gonna get myself a french tracksuit

 No.39497

File: 1708061148250.jpg (155.55 KB, 1170x1117, GF1JKZKWYAEP3VB.jpg)

:(

 No.39506

oh man lookbook.nu died

 No.39507

>>39497
>tfw no chaos knights to slay for the empire

 No.39508


 No.39510

>>39508
it's more of a weird cross between rococo and regency styles than renaissance however

 No.39511

>>39497
Kind of vibing with 1548 style tbh.

 No.39513

File: 1708148985762.jpg (58.45 KB, 1200x675, 1473218925028.jpg)

>>39497
I'd dress like a swashbuckler if I had any charisma.

 No.39514

>>39513
You don't need charisma, just be drunk and aggressive.

 No.39520


 No.39522

>>39520
ngl this shit is boring, just regular european work clothes but all black, no interesting cuts, materials, draping to make up for using the same color all over

 No.39523

>>39522
>regular european work clothes
where the fuck do you work

 No.39524

File: 1708258164601.jpg (263.38 KB, 1650x928, reservoir-dogs_2.jpg)

>>39522
>europoors on their way to 12 hour shift at automobil factory

 No.39525

>>39520
Three piece suit is such a fundamentally badly designed clothing, waistcoat completely negates suits V shaping of body by enlarging the midsection.

 No.39526

>>39525
This looks great, I really like this shade of dark blue

 No.39527

File: 1708276610778.jpg (677.32 KB, 750x1079, Never surrender snkrs.jpg)

Who plans on getting dripped out in the teezys?

 No.39529

File: 1708295941121.png (296.4 KB, 500x500, 159020101688212579.png)

I bet in 10-15 years we are going to see resurgence in casual wearing of suits among young people as direct result of Skibidi.

 No.39533

>>39526
its the definition of mid

 No.39534

>>39529
i thought we had already seen a "resurgence" of suits thanks to that brit tv show

 No.39536

>>39533
It's better than anything I wear

 No.39537

>>39529
that's pretty formal wear
blazers over t-shirts need to come back tho

 No.39540

>>39536
sounds like a u problem tbh

>>39537
if you watch any runway from the past 2 decades they never left

 No.39541

Raw hems are sexy.

 No.39543

File: 1708330560959.jpg (209.79 KB, 1080x1080, 1700111148559630.jpg)

>>39522
Yeah why even try to emulate something you'd see on a Zara commercial but even more boring? I have a suit that's a men's style pantsuit in a woman's cut tailored to fit my waist, it's pretty damn androgynous, and I wear that to the opera and gala and such, the fact that a young person is there at all is a treat to the old rich fucks and middle aged NPR crowd who make up 99% of the patrons. I wear a couple long dresses that are cartoonishly gothic and have flowing hooded maxi open front cardigans aka sleeves cloaks, but it looks cool and it's expected anyone south of 40 is "youthful" so you can get away with a lot, people love that shit. The standards required for "formal wear" has tanked, our society isn't as strict on imposing complex formal wear rules, so it's more of a vibe at this point, so be adventurous.

 No.39544

>>39534
>that brit tv show
Mr. Bean?

 No.39545

File: 1708333545601.jpg (367.74 KB, 1080x1920, cw3aw8uyc6xb1.jpg)

>>39513
Go full Ackermann.

 No.39557

>>39537
Blazers over t-shirts needs to be buried in those bunkers where they store radioactive waste. Absolutely dripless.

 No.39558

>>39529
Mods already did this once

 No.39566

>>39557
anything you take from a fucking old navy catalog or whatever is going to be bad lmfao
regular blazers are boring, regular t-shirts are boring, no shit combining them is boring too

 No.39569

>>39566
The issue isnt boring, its the combination of suit jacket + jeans and shirt. It looks like ass. I never seen it look good on anyone who wasnt 10/10 gigachad model, and that doesnt count.

 No.39572

>>39569
i dont think youve looked at many outfits then, and why are you bringing up jeans now?
seriously youre complaining about a specific hypernormie thing and then pretending it or any variations cant be pulled off in any way whatsoever

 No.39574

>>39572
So suit jacket + suit pants + t-shirt? Can look ok, but still cant escape the fact its a stepdown from shirt.

 No.39575

>>39574
ok i give up lol. clothes beyond what you can find at a suburban mall exist too you know

 No.39578

taottao fw24

 No.39582

>>39522
Maybe you'll like this one better? Not visible but there are also french cuffs which makes it stand out a bit more and is not typical in work clothing these days.

 No.39583

>>39582
The little details do make it better yea.

 No.39584

File: 1708444735639-1.png (536.39 KB, 490x903, dsafdfsa.png)

>>39525
What about lower waistcoats? Creates more of a V shape while still adding a bit of flair.

 No.39586

>>39575
All right, so can you show any examples of what you have in mind?

>>39584
I see the appeal, it makes the suit more visually rich I guess, but I find it too much. Too layered, you have jacket on top of waistcoat on top of tie on top of shirt, and if its cold ouside and you add coat, you have officially entered JRPG character design territory.

 No.39591

>>39586
If this normie thing is what passes as "JRPG character design" to you then you must be incredibly boring.

 No.39592

>>39591
Post your fit

 No.39593

>>39592
You're posting fucking stock photos and claiming they're "too much", lmfao, and then ask me to post what I look like? Are you from /r/MFA or post-2016 /fa/?

 No.39595

File: 1708466642459.jpg (91.72 KB, 483x650, ff10-auron.jpg)

>>39591
It was just a fancy way of saying overdesigned. You start adding stuff to make it plain outfit look more interesting, and then forget to stop.
Ignore the JRPG comparison, the point was its too many layers. There is a reason suit, shirt and tie are such a popular combination, it works, looks good. Modifying it too much (waistcoat, t-shirt) can still look good and more eye catching, but I feel like its a step-down in terms of overall aesthetics.

 No.39603

>>39586
Yeah I can definitely see what you mean, the super layered look feels a bit larpy even though it's socially acceptable.

 No.39636

File: 1708644908736.jpg (105.38 KB, 760x951, TOM.jpg)

What do you put on hawaiian shirt?

 No.39649

>>39586
>>39603
>making a soulless boring office drone suit a bit less boring
<omg le larp!!
go back to posting "correctly tailored" ocbd fits on reddit mfa tbh

 No.39650

Lmao China is making reps of even Rough Simmons.

 No.39655

File: 1708670480373.jpg (79.05 KB, 580x580, 1445159391685.jpg)

Thoughts on 80s-90s glasses like this?

 No.39656

>>39655
they look cool ig

 No.39658

File: 1708673476583.png (406.37 KB, 708x1067, coat example.png)

>>39603
>>39586
>you have officially entered JRPG character design territory.
I can see where you are coming from but I'm kind of ok with it. weebs are just being pissy.

 No.39660

File: 1708674169548.png (840.95 KB, 1368x1298, 1531943995675.png)

>>39658
>if you don't have stupid hyperbolic opinions about bland outfits you're a "weeb" (?)
This thread sure went down the shitter when the normalfags entered. 30 posts being impressed by some actor wearing a normie ass suit.

 No.39661

File: 1708674872654.png (112.19 KB, 640x558, raw egg.png)

>>39660
I said I don't completely hate the look, calm down.
your japanese cartoons are safe.

 No.39676

>>39661
my man youre the only two retards even bringing up jap shit lol youre hyperventilating over a suit but with a coat (wow!!!!!)

 No.39677

Spotted a rare Harry du bois on a fashion subreddit.

 No.39678

File: 1708743964735-0.jpeg (65.49 KB, 500x380, IuPw7w5.jpeg)

File: 1708743964735-1.jpeg (28.06 KB, 341x750, 33Vpvo3.jpeg)

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File: 1708743964735-3.jpeg (114.04 KB, 720x960, GGpxZdB.jpeg)

I like coats but I like parkas better.

 No.39679

File: 1708752812112.jpeg (23.35 KB, 481x482, Alberto-Morillas.jpeg)

should i get into fragrances? ive always been into clothing but never paid attention to frags

 No.39714

>>39676
> youre hyperventilating over a suit but with a coat (wow!!!!!)
I didn’t even say I hated it tho, and despite that you still lost your shit. This is 100% about weeb feelings being hurt.

 No.39715

>>39679
Yeah, I personally like them but I only wear it if I’m going to an event. Otherwise it feels like overkill for some reason.

 No.39717

>>39678
Parkas are very warm, efficient, and look great in winter.

 No.39718

>>39677
It’s like depressed Harry after you shave him

 No.39719

>>39679
I tried to, but cant find any I like. They all smell, I dont know, chemical I guess. Reminds me of driving in old family Škoda. Maybe because I only tried cheaper stuff.

 No.39743

>>39677
That blazer and those pants are great.

 No.39745

>>39679
>>39719
Go to a mall and try fragrances out, even the expensive ones, just to find out what tones you like most. Idk if coffee beans do anything to actually reset your sense of smell so try out a few at a time.
https://www.air-aroma.com/blog/using-coffee-beans-to-reset-your-sense-of-smell/

 No.39746

>>39679
>>39719
>>39745
In very broad strokes, there are four types of fragrances. One, which smell like woods. Two, which smell like flowers. Three, which smell like shower gels. And four, which smell like candies and chocolates. People will throw all those big words at you and that will only complicate it for you.

A fragrance has different notes and stages, too. On first spray, the smell will be a bit (or a lot) different than when it "dries down". So if you like a fragrance, spray yourself and give it a few hours to see what it smells like then.

Smell more and you'll see. Pretty much the only way to start understanding it.

 No.39747

>>39715
That's fine. I try to take breaks every now and then to avoid nose blindness.

 No.39748

>>39719
Personally I never liked fragrance but a few months ago it just clicked. I'd recommend trying out some of the really expensive stuff at a mall or something. You can find rip-off versions that are really cheap if you like the smell. I use knock offs of tom ford colognes and while it doesn't last very long it's fun while it's active.

 No.39810

Opinion on dressing above ones class? I want to buy a nice blazer for casual wearing outside, but I feel like its overdressing as a poor wagie. I dont want to seem like a pretender or something like that.

 No.39811

>>39810
bro wear what you want, it's fine. not like people are gonna demand to check your wallet is it

 No.39812

>>39811
No, but if I have a conversation with someone and they ask what so I do, answering "warehouse worker" is going to make me feel extra awkward while dressed as a hedge fund manager.

 No.39813

>>39812
just say 'I'm in imports and exports' then B^)

 No.39814

>>39810
>wearing a blazer is a "rich people" thing
lmfaooooooooooo rich people are wearing patagonia vests or balenciaga jeans dude

 No.39815

>>39814
I dont mean rich rich, but shirt and blazer isnt typical blue collar outfit. Makes me self-conscious, so I am asking here opinions of other people to figure out if its just my own insecurity or not.

 No.39816

>>39815
yeah it definitely is, i have a miserable retail job too and i wear stuff like this that i saved up to buy second hand

 No.39817

>>39812
>>39816
Remember with suits it's always tailoring over brand. Get your shit tailored.

 No.39818

>>39817
this only really applies if you want that boring mfa look, if you get an interesting blazer it depends

 No.39819

File: 1709051813085.jpg (70.58 KB, 533x800, 1442090392513.jpg)

It's been months and I still haven't found a long loose flowy button up when thrifting.

 No.39820

File: 1709051883017.jpg (901.03 KB, 2048x1743, 22SANDWEISS-superJumbo.jpg)

>>39818
LMAO nothing to do with reddit. It's just how a suit is supposed to be. Ideally all your clothing would be tailored.

 No.39821

>>39820
youre spousing the standard sterile mfa view that a piece of clothes can only be done in a single way and anything that slightly deviates from this arbitrary norm is "wrong". this view is specially nonsensical these days

 No.39822

File: 1709052218822.png (517.22 KB, 642x573, ClipboardImage.png)

>>39821
Just wear a trashbag then. You can look like a clown if you want no one is stopping you.

 No.39824

File: 1709052351532.png (251.41 KB, 500x500, ClipboardImage.png)

How do I get this look?

 No.39825

>>39822
if this is your idea of "loose" or "trashbag" then yeah youre insufferably mfa. anything that isnt a perfectly tailored boring suit or a flannel with red wing boots is too much for you faggots

gonna bet its the same retard who called a simple coat over a simple tailored suit "larpy"

 No.39826

>>39825
I meant go ahead and wear a literal trash bag. What's the point of talking about aeshtetics?

 No.39827

File: 1709052916551.jpg (197.15 KB, 1004x936, 1560736890853.jpg)

>>39826
what you dont understand is that theres more than one type of fit. not everything has to be slim. yohji, miyake, and kawakubo were renowned when they first entered the fashion scene by providing alternative, often chunky silhouettes to otherwise stoic menswear. clothes cant be pulled off in only one way and suits arent the exception

 No.39828

>>39827
Where did I say suits can't come in different fits? What does a fit have to do with tailoring?

 No.39829

>>39817
what about drop shoulders, intentionally long slim sleeves, cropped and wide, drop crotches, asymmetry, etc? "perfectly tailored" clothes arent the golden standard

 No.39830

>>39829
>intentional
That's literally the whole point of tailoring idiot. So everything falls where it's intended to.

 No.39831

File: 1709053705176-0.jpg (41.29 KB, 550x825, 1698961901409204.jpg)

File: 1709053705176-1.jpg (3.76 MB, 3355x5033, 1698961061596446.jpg)

Man it seems sufu is still a thing. There's this guy who's been larping as a 1950s greaser or something like that for at least 15 years now and strictly wears reproduction. Good for him.

 No.39832

File: 1709054230242.jpg (1.24 MB, 2448x3264, 1685741586236517.jpg)

>>39818
r/MFA always looks silly because they have more money than sense. They focus on creating these perfectly manicured fits that are aesthetic but they have no style of their own. It's a mishmash of geeky guys wearing brand new workwear or autistic old-timey suits.

It's what happens when your concept of fashion comes exclusively from infographics. There's rarely any sense of personal edge, it's always some variation of a copy-pasted look they got off of the internet.

 No.39838

>>38042
Wear an interesting jacket, or wear interesting pants/hat/jewelry or >>38043 if you don't want to add layers.

 No.39839

>>38257
I hate having handled Guidi boots because their leather is insane but so are the prices and I will never be able to afford that, even second-hand (and second-hand leather footwear is eh…).

 No.39840

>>39819
Get some el cheapo tencell/rayon/viscose/modal shirt if you want drapes and don't want to go the designer route.

 No.39841

>>39840
cheap rayon disintegrates after a few washes
though this can be said about the cheap version of any material

 No.39842

File: 1709079724237.jpg (107.48 KB, 1024x768, 1684162188227951.jpg)

>>37414
>>39211
Just take the ponchopill, you know you want to.

 No.39844

File: 1709101600532-0.png (1.36 MB, 1146x1310, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 1709101600532-1.png (1.53 MB, 1200x675, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.39846

>>39844
time is a flat circle

 No.39848

>>39847
it looks ok yes. dont wear an undershirt for extra sleaze if youre going for that

 No.39849

File: 1709137776073.png (8.54 MB, 1585x3510, Untitled.png)

>>39848
Thanks, I already deleted the pic because I was embarrassed by it, but since someone already saw it might as well reupload. The shirt is too small and my boots look like sneakers for 6 year olds.
Anyway, I wasnt really going for sleaze, more just something colourful and cheerful I guess.

 No.39850

>>39844
>Censori
>Censored

But seriously you can't even see anything

 No.39851

>>39810
Rich people don't really wear suits anymore tbh. Blazers are super cheap second hand too. If you really don't want to seem like your overdressing you can wear the blazer with a sweater instead of a dress shirt.

 No.39852

>>39822
Why do all evil people have the worst suits ever made? Where do you even find shit that looks this bad? Genuine insanity.

 No.39853

File: 1709151734904-0.png (773.06 KB, 740x594, ClipboardImage.png)

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File: 1709151734904-4.png (3.08 MB, 1200x1750, ClipboardImage.png)

>>39851
Correct, rich people wear $3000 French designer versions of American high school sports wear.

Anyone remember when every single celebrity was wearing this thing like they were all on the Nouveau riche varsity team?

 No.39854

File: 1709152637922.png (230.22 KB, 336x352, ClipboardImage.png)

>>39853
Do Euros ruin all American clothing? Americans make clothing for the average man, Jeans, denim in general, letterman jackets, bomber jackets, motorcycle jackets, etc. then Euros find a way to charge the price of a used car for them.

 No.39855

>>39854
jeans and denim come from southern france/northern italy

 No.39856


 No.39857

File: 1709160051016-0.png (3.29 MB, 987x2386, 4.png)

File: 1709160051016-1.png (3.28 MB, 904x2449, 3.png)

File: 1709160051016-2.png (3.43 MB, 918x2484, 2.png)

File: 1709160051016-3.png (3.49 MB, 935x2406, 1.png)

Decided to try some combinations, this time with actually fitting shirt and different pants. Every single one of them makes me think of GTA npc, and I am not sure if its the clothes or the lens (hopefully not how I really look), but my hips:shoulders ratio seems fucked.

 No.39859

>>39853
White and black was big for a while.

 No.39860

>>39814
That’s more like modern nouveau riche style tbh. Old money dresses different.

 No.39864

>>39857
They're all fine tbh.

 No.39867

File: 1709171978051.png (739.09 KB, 1920x1280, ClipboardImage.png)

>>39866
Back to /fa/

 No.39868

>>39867
your shitty takes are exactly what post-/pol/-infestation /fa/ sounds like

 No.39869

>>39860
Yeah, wool, linen, tweed, leather, none of which should look brand new or current fashion. Old money hates spending money.

 No.39870

>>39860
All the bourgeois and politicians dress like that in my country at least. Their children tend to dress like casual preppy until they hit 30 though.

 No.39872

>>39853
rich people wear whatever they fuck they want because they have nobody to impress. youre hyperfocusing on celebrities who have hired people to tell them what to wear so they seem "trendy" and pay MSRP for mainstream designer pieces lol. people like gates or zuccerberg wear basic tshirts that cost $500 each for example

 No.39873

>>39859
Black and white are the most neutral colors ever, it's no wonder.

 No.39874

>>39810
If you want a casual blazer then look for loose unstructured blazers lol.

 No.39876

>>39867
>that img
lmao

 No.39878

>>39832
Something about this outfit is unnerving but I can't really pinpoint what

 No.39880

>>39857
I like the 4th pic, looks like something out of scarface

 No.39882

>>39860
>>39869
I've once been to a private wealth management conference, where people from wealthy families showed up. Didn't really look that different from regular upper-middle class folks. Lots of chinos, polo shirts, button-down shirts and blazers, nice loafers. Only thing that really stood out were retardedly expensive watches and perfect pearly white teeth everywhere.

 No.39886

i love designer clothing but cant stand interviews with designers, theyre all so pretentious yet basic. shoutout to japanese designers who always have interviews that seem generated by chatgpt lmao

 No.39895

>>39864
>>39880
Appreciate the feedback, but I still feel like, I dont know, something is missing? Like the outfit is too basic. I am not jewelry fan (and dont want end up dressing like an arab immigrant), so maybe something on top, a jacket or something?

>>39882
My hypothesis is that the divide is between rich that do some managerial work, meaning they show in the office, meetings, conferences, so they dress like upper class professional, and those who completely outsourced all of that, not being in any way involved in actual day-today-day business operations, and dress like an unemployed NEET because thats what they effectively are.

 No.39898

File: 1709223333003.jpg (132.5 KB, 800x1200, s-l1200.jpg)

>>39895
I feel like the problem is that it seems like something an employee at a tropical smoothie restaurant would wear. Maybe take off the undershirt for a more sleazy look or find a lower undershirt. Idk what to do for jackets

 No.40013

>>39895
Whatever you do, just own it tbh. But I agree with taking out the undershirt.

 No.40016

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Jumpsuits are so cool but also so hard to pull off. One of those things that require a lot of confidence I guess.

 No.40022

File: 1709270110997.jpg (263.53 KB, 1080x1080, 84q56d175fn21.jpg)

>>39872
I feel most stylists that do dress celebrities don't bother to look into their body type or tastes and dress them in hype eye-catching shit. Like Jeff Goldblum has a stylist who understands that his body was made to rock the Hedi aesthetic even at 66.

 No.40030


 No.40031

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 No.40032

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 No.40034

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I want to get a black suit but I'm not sure what pattern I should go for if any. Here are the main options I'm looking at which one should I go for. Thinking about normal, black on black mini-grid, and pinstripe. Which one would be best?

 No.40035

>>40034
Hmm, what shirt and tie do you want to use?

 No.40037

>>40035
White shirt with black, navy or burgundy tie, black/dark grey shirt with black tie, red shirt with black tie. Those are the combinations I'll be using most

 No.40047

>>40034
Daring today, aren't we?

 No.40048

>>40047
Yeah, is he even trying to look like an anime character?

 No.40049

>>40048
Looking like an anime character hasn't even been a thing in mainstream fashion in over a decade.

 No.40050

>>40034
>>40037
all of those options are equally bland so just throw some dice to help you decide 👍

 No.40059

>>40037
Stripped one for white shirt, plain for gray/black is what I would pick.

 No.40060

>>40059
So you're not a fan of the black minigrid?

 No.40065

>>40060
No, because the pattern is so small that unless someone is right next to you, its just gonna look like plain one with fading colour.

 No.40071

>>40065
Yeah I had to enlarge the image to even notice it.

 No.40072

File: 1709433068488.png (959.75 KB, 820x1856, 1701549708901427.png)

Should I even bother with milsurp boots these days? I don't live in the "first world" and I'm so late to the game I can only find the alleged good stuff - stuff from decades ago in who knows what state - for at least $100 shipping included. At this point it feels like I'd get something of much better quality and more comfortable in new or near new condition if I save up some more.

 No.40073

>>40072
military gear is anything but practical, the fleeces, socks and compression gear are all pretty decent but most boots, jackets, pants and backpacks are too bulky, too heavy and uncomfortable. sure the shit is sturdy and won't break down but the benefit of its durability is far outweighed by everything else about it. and in the case of boots because theyre all used the leather has already molded to another persons feet

 No.40075

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very big and important news: after 6 years we have finally identified the amnesia scanner shoes

 No.40099

File: 1709481057436.jpg (74.83 KB, 367x615, 1455567067034.jpg)

I need to stop buying thrifted fast fashion shit and save up for an actually good second-hand piece.
I need to stop buying thrifted fast fashion shit and save up for an actually good second-hand piece.
I n

 No.40135

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As a lanklet with big feet it feels like I cannot pull off wearing skinny/slim trousers tucked into footwear because it's always going to look like clown feet.

 No.40160

File: 1709582309447.jpg (1.23 MB, 1843x2613, 1709551277729017.jpg)

>single chair
this is sad

 No.40167

>>40160
Are you so fat that you need two?

 No.40188

>>40160
Beginning to understand the term gooncave.

>>40167
Ever heard of having friends?

 No.40191

>>40135
So what?
It’s a clown world and you have clown feet to walk it.
Embrace your inner clown.

 No.40193


 No.40195

>>40135
>>40191
the world is a circus and we are all its little clowns…

 No.40205

>>40195
'The world is just a barrel-organ which the Lord God turns Himself. We all have to dance to the tune which is already on the drum."

 No.40207

>>40160
This is cool as fuck. But yeah, should've been a big couch with some poufs scattered on the floor.

 No.40291

oh my fucking god why is every interesting shoe made only for women absolutely no love for big feet uyghas

 No.40350

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 No.40358

>>40350
how im tryina be

 No.40389

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 No.40395

looking at japanese cargo pants and you could stick a 3 liter cola in each pocket

 No.40396

>>40395
It’s to carry their nintendo switch in

 No.40397

>>40396
now that i think about it i used to have a jp repro of a military jacket that had inner pockets big enough for my thinkpad

 No.40415

>>37602
You won't get scammed, you're just going to get paper-thin garbage that's worse than even H&M in quality unless you pay up, and even then actual quality reps are very few. And even then I've seen plenty of people on reddit and fedcord who paid hundreds for seemingly well-made reps that fell apart a month in.

 No.40416

>>39886
I've been watching some of Rick's interviews and he's ridiculously down to earth. He's not inspired by poetry or dead trees, he's inspired by body building and motorcyclists lmao. I guess it helps that he grew up near homeless until he was picked up by his now wife.

 No.40449

Hi, Damir. How are you doing?

Fine, thanks.

So how come after 3 years of doing menswear collections, you’ve decided to launch a womenswear collection?

I always wanted to do it, but it was much easier to start with men because I’m a man, and basically I design clothes for myself. Also it’s because I was assisting Dirk Schoenberger and Raf Simons before starting on my own stuff, and for me it was easier to start with something I already knew. Anyway, it was the right time to start the womenswear collection, because I don’t want to be just a menswear designer. If you want to build a fashion house, you need to cover menswear and womenswear.

Which designers are an inspiration for you?
I have always been inspired by Armani – his shapes and lines – and also by Miyake and Helmut Lang.

What was the inspiration for the collection?

It wasn’t easy at the beginning. I took some pieces from my menswear collection and reshaped them because I needed something to start from, but I’ve changed them for the next collection because I don’t want to do unisex. The shapes are more feminine now, and I’m also thinking about bringing more structure into the men’s side. At the moment my inspiration comes from my girlfriend – I’m doing the clothes for her. I normally start off by gathering images and things that trigger something in me, feelings and colors…and I stick them up on a big board, which just grows and grows. I’m a feeling designer. It is obvious that both my collections are going to have the same spirit. I am not someone who creates a concept then builds something around it, like Raf, for example. Raf has a concept and if you see him and his collection it’s like they’re two different worlds. I develop my own fabrics in Italy with Lyria for the different volumes and shapes…

You need to build up your own identity. All of the major women’s fashion houses already have one; you must have one, surely…

Yes – but it takes you years. Women’s fashion is so crowded; there are so many labels; too much shopping…

Yes, but everyone wants do design for women.

I know, because women’s fashion is where the money is. That’s where you can cover your costs, and that’s what it’s all about in this crazy business. It’s very emotional – there’s no other business where you would invest your money for such a small return. You’d just say, “Fuck it” (Laughs). In fact it is so emotional that people in the big houses will just throw all their money into a small collection, but at the end of the day they still have to cover their own costs, so that’s why you make the money with womenswear collections. That’s the long-term plan for all of us, otherwise you just can’t do fashion shows. I’d say that [sic] is almost no one, except maybe Dries Van Noten and Ann Demeulemeester, who actually make money out of their clothing, and these days even they are selling a lot of shoes and bags. Do you really think Balenciaga makes money from the clothing?

No…

I don’t think so. And in men’s fashion, that potential just isn’t there.

I think it’s also because there was a long period of time when men’s fashion was completely like… dead… and now it’s flowing again, and it’s really good because there used to be nothing…

Yes, it is interesting. I also think that the atmosphere during men’s fashion week is better than during women’s. It is lighter, easier, but in a positive way. Everyone is cool, everyone’s open to things; there’s a lot of communication… Things are much more open during men’s week. During women’s week it’s like everybody’s in a hurry.

 No.40450

>>40449
And you can spend the money on a perfume line, on a shoe line…

That’s what holds the whole business together. Also, the magazines need advertisers, and all of that kind of thing comes from the bags and perfumes, which is absolutely ridiculous while we’re all making this huge effort. That’s what I’m saying: it’s all about emotions. We really go to a lot of trouble…

You had your own perfume, didn’t you?

Yes, but it was only a project. I don’t even have it myself anymore, because it sold out in a month.

Really?

They only did a limited edition – two or three thousand bottles – and didn’t bring it out it [sic] again. It’s very sad because we spent all that money, and developing a perfume is extremely expensive, and then they don’t use it again. Because they do a new group of designers each year.

Are you thinking about doing a new one?

I would love to. I think creating a perfume is such a great experience, not just for designers but for all human beings. I was working with a perfumer from New York, and I kind of wrote a story for him, and he made the scent from my story. So it’s really a lot fo fun; it’s just great that you can create your own perfume. But it’s complicated for a label; you have to be very big to do perfume. There are also other examples, like Victor & Rolf; I don’t think they make any money from their collection, they just have to do the collection to sell the perfume.

Comme des Garçons is the best example of that.

But Comme des Garçons is my business role model. If I’m thinking about the business and how we should do things, I always look at Comme des Garçons, because to me they are the only ones who manage to maintain a really, really strong image – actually the strongest in the whole market – and do so much cheesy stuff and it doesn’t hurt their image. I have friends in Germany who have nothing to do with fashion, and they’ve got a Comme des Garçons wallet, and if you ask them what Comme des Garçons is, they don’ t know! (Laughs) They’ve never heard of it, and they do not know who Rei Kawakubo is, which is fantastic. What they did in the perfume business is just amazing, because the scents are the best; they do the best perfumes in really cool packaging and the price is OK, too. I think they now have about 50 different scents, and five years ago they only had a couple. And they do it in such a clever way, because they do not invest all the money in special flacons.

Yes, it is really cool.

Yes, it is cool.

What do you think about Zara, H&M etc.?

I think that what they are doing is good. Of course they copy, but I wouldn’t be angry if I saw a copied piece hanging there, because that means that someone who can’t afford my clothing or stuff from other high-end designers can buy something similar there, and that also teaches the general public how to dress. I also launched a second line called Silent, which is reasonably priced because I don’t have to develop fabrics especially for that collection.

 No.40451

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>>40291
>normal size too tight
>size up too big

 No.40550

Does anyone know where I can get a three-piece suit for less than $1,000? I want it to be at least half canvas, 100% wool (super 130 would be perfect but not required). I've been looking at ebay for used suits but finding a 3 piece that isn't polyester garbage and is the color I want is pretty hard. I've heard good things about suitsupply but they seem to have raised their prices so I wonder if it's still the steal everyone says it is.

 No.40551

>>40550
Ebay is your best bet. You might get lucky browsing grailed and the sort.

 No.40552

still learning how2match textures/materials/proportions/general vibes instead of stealing fits, shits harder than i thought

 No.40553

<‘Corawo’ Visible Meltlock Deadend Scarstitches Long Jacket (54% cotton 24% ramie 22% wool)
I wish CCP still made clothes, even if the prices are ridiculously steep.

 No.40563

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Now if only finding high rise pants when thrifting was easier.

 No.40564

I RECENTLY SAW A MOVIE FROM THE '80S THAT I’D BEEN IN AS AN EXTRA IN A GOTH NIGHTCLUB SCENE. I HAD JUST MOVED TO L.A. FROM A SMALL SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOWN AND WAS STARTING TO BLOSSOM INTO THE EARLY STAGES OF GOTHDOM. I WINCED AT MY NAIVE AND VULNERABLE FACE TRYING TO LOOK HARD AND WORLD-WEARY.

GOTH WAS GONNA BE MY ANSWER. IT WAS GOING TO CONFRONT EVERYONE AND DECLARE ME. I WAS GOING TO DIVE INTO A WORLD OF SIN AND EXOTICISM THAT I’D READ ABOUT IN HUYSMANS “AU REBOURS” AND “LA BAS” IN MY PARENTS' LIBRARY AT HOME. I WOULD LAY A BLACK GLITTERING TURD ON THE WHITE LANDSCAPE OF CONFORMITY.

I DROVE A BLACK T-TOP CAMARO. THE STEREO BLASTED SISTERS OF MERCY, MARLENE DIETRICH AND WAGNER. I WORE MY GLOVES AND JEWELRY TO BED IN FULL MAKEUP. I LIVED ON BLACK BEAUTIES AND CIGARETTES. I LIVED IN A FRIEND'S STUDIO BY THE RAILROAD TRACKS THAT WAS ACCESSED BY A FIRE ESCAPE TO THE ROOF. PERFECT FOR CAPES.

AS THE YEARS WENT BY, THE INSECURITY AND ANGST STARTED GIVING WAY TO SOMETHING MORE DIONYSIAN AND SELF-DESTRUCTIVE UNTIL FINALLY, AFTER ALL THE DARKNESS, I REACHED A CLEAR-EYED GYM-QUEEN CALM.

LATER, THE MAIN REASON I TOOK A JOB AS ARTISTIC DIRECTOR WITH THE REVILLON FUR MAISON IN PARIS WAS ITS DIRECT LINEAGE TO GLAMOROUS, DECADENT, FIN-DE-SIECLE PARIS, MY NE PLUS ULTRA OF HIGH ARTIFICE. IT WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1763. SARAH BERNHARDT PROBABLY WORE A REVILLON FUR WITH THE TAXIDERMIED BAT SHE WORE IN HER HAIR.

I WAS STILL ATTRACTED TO THE SAME AESTHETIC, BUT IT NOW HAD A LAYER OF AFFECTION. ALL THOSE YEARS OF DOOMED IDEALISM SEEN IN THE DAYLIGHT OF ADULTHOOD SEEMED RATHER SWEET. AND POIGNANT. EVERYTHING BLACK I EVER WORE AGAIN OR PUT ON A RUNWAY WOULD BE WITH A LOVING WINK.

AND I FINALLY SEE THE LINES OF DISSAPATION IN MY FACE THAT I SO DESPERATELY WANTED IN MY YOUTH.

https://www.rickowens.eu/en/interviews/whitewall-magazine-fall-2010

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>>40563
It's fucking impossible to find. It's so annoying too because the low rise create this thing where your shirt is visible with your jacket buttoned

 No.40599

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He's supposed to be a dweeb, but I've always liked Travis Touchdown's look in the No More Heroes games.

 No.40621


 No.40632

>>40599
The guy's based off of the MC of Jackass, not Japanese otaku. He's more of an unemployed punk who likes watching anime ("otaku punk" honestly sounds kinda cursed, but then again, battle shounen fans exist).

 No.40642

File: 1711219421082.png (157.62 KB, 403x334, fuck you man.png)

>>40553
CCP is like the perfect bait for a certain type of 2edgy4u fashion victim because this is exactly how they see it

 No.40643

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dressing like a japanese hipster from 2003

 No.40644

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 No.40650

>>40643
he looks like the guy from no more heroes, I think it's cool

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DAJ2k7U5_w

 No.40651


 No.40665

>>38585
are these games any good?

 No.40671

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Thrifting stores in Japan are insane. Like you would never buy a Uniqlo coat because you can get a vintage designer one from the 90's for about the same price if you look around a little.

 No.40673

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>>40599
I just want his "FUCK RACISM" hoodie

 No.40674

>>40673
more and more convinced his clothes are inspired by n(n)

 No.40675

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 No.40717

>>40674
Speaking of, seeing all those stupid zoomers paying hundreds for old shitty NN tees is so funny. It's the latest generation's version of buying inflated Miyake bombers.

 No.40718

File: 1711429955793.jpg (342.88 KB, 1920x1080, 1711416251721378.jpg)

<I went to an adorable bar in Tokyo last night. Room for about 15. The owner is also a tailor who hand makes 60s style clothing in his atelier upstairs.
<Said a license to run it was 20,000¥ - only $120!

 No.40739

>>40718
This is cynical of me to say but I understand why marxists say land reform is a petit-bourgeois concern. Still a cool thing from a non-communist pov.

 No.40747

>>40550
vinted?

 No.40774

>>40563
>>40566
feels like only asians make high waisted pants anymore

 No.40782

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 No.40783

>>40566
Unfortunately high rise pants have not been popular with men for over half a century.
I have a few pairs from a japanese designer brand but designer brands might be iffy since a lot of their stock is seasonal.
There is low demand and low supply for this style of pant. Repros of trousers pre WWII fill the niche but often some details are wrong. Scavini and Kit Blake are european brands that offer RTW high rise trousers but I think they are online only. You can also get a tailor to make them for you, or look for a MTM brand that offers a high rise customization for their trousers.
I have no idea how you're going to try one on before you buy, unless your city is big enough to have a number of designer boutiques that happen to carry what you're looking for this season. Or maybe Uniqlo U if you're lucky.

 No.40785

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Without exact measurements this shit is so useless, lmao.

 No.40914

funniest "battle jacket" i saw at a show the other night was one with metal studs and everything but the guy decided to put an eminem patch most prominently at the top

 No.40916

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this was actually peak 2000s japanese designer runway

 No.40918

The truth is personal grooming is the key to looking good. It's why everyone laughs at stuff like >>38252. Style is just class signaling, consider:
>Preppy
natty booj
>High Fashion
petit booj
>Streetwear
Lumpen

 No.40927

>>40918
idk "high fashion" is a vague term and all those three categories can range from $10 to $10000 depending on the piece

 No.40933

>look for interior design inspo
>it's always people mistaking great skylines and beautiful vistas for interior design

 No.40935

>>40918
aesthetic class signifiers dont exist anymore like they did in ye olden days
rich kids will LARP as anything, and even bits of preppy/ivy style have been appropriated into mainstream casual fashion

 No.40936

>>40935
>aesthetic class signifiers dont exist anymore like they did in ye olden days
Especially with the existence of credit cards.

 No.40939

File: 1712183026989.jpg (184.7 KB, 800x600, 800px-KMM_Merz_01.JPG)

Tfw you like clothes that fit a more futuristic wardrobe and also clothes that fit an arte povera one.

 No.40940

>>40918
Trying to fit an outift into whatever terrible buzzwords people made up is a pointless pursuit.

One thing I love about fashion in general, is how it is fluid, there are no boundaries, no limits, no boxes to tick off. Only inspiration and cloth. I understand that the STEM types that venture on the internet are used to that kind of engineered approach to something like fashion. The gossamer of fashion is not something you can put in a neat little box and attach a label to.

Knowing how to dress conservatively and knowing how clothes should fit (something that should be a basic human skill and that your parents should have thought you when you were still a kid) =/= fashion

 No.40958

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What do you guys think about the electrical tape trend? Is it over for fabricels?

 No.40965

>>40958
Pretty hot tbh

 No.40973

>>40918
What is it with chinlets being pissy about living in a post-modern world where nothing means anything? Nobody wearing workwear to the office thinks they're signaling that they're a poor hard tough working man. It's all aesthetic/personal taste.

 No.40974

>>38663
God I know how you feel anon, currently I am at a point where I overdress for 25 minute trip to a grocery store just to make some use out of my good clothing.

 No.40992

File: 1712519637593.jpg (62.05 KB, 894x894, GKYCUaHb0AAY3T1.jpg)

<Style Lessons from George Costanza
<In this thread, I will talk about some dos and don'ts of men's tailoring using one of my favorite style icons, George Costanza. 🧵
https://twitter.com/dieworkwear/status/1776110738295415190#m

 No.40993

>>40933
>yeah im into fashion
<actually only into skinny athletic bodies, young people, the idea of wealth, and images of new york city

 No.40995

>>40992
Always loved how George dressed

 No.40996

>>40993
Almost like clothing doesn't matter vs. actually being attractive. Considering attractiveness is about sex, and sex is generally about being sans-clothing.

 No.40997

File: 1712526737797.jpg (339.64 KB, 1584x1584, 40_Mat_06_25.jpg)

>>40996
>Is not the body more than clothes?

 No.40999

>>40996
This might surprise you but there's more things to life than sex.

 No.41001

>>40958
Just makes me think of cyberpunk for some reason

 No.41002

>>40993
Accurate tbh.

 No.41003

>>40996
It doesn’t matter but it’s still fun sometimes

 No.41004

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>>40992
>>40995
All of the characters had many outfits that were ahead of their time but George was the all-around best indeed.
Even while being fat he still looks better than those gentleman's gazette geeds.

 No.41005

File: 1712528713909.jpg (132.72 KB, 1920x1080, 1695771723994766.jpg)

Also George almost ALWAYS had a great collar roll. It's impressive.

 No.41006

>>41004
> All of the characters had many outfits that were ahead of their time
I thought it was funny Seinfeld was a canon sneakerhead

 No.41007

>>41003
>fun
Well fair be it. My experience of fashion is mostly boojies deriding people for not spending as much money as them. I am not against people spending their money on nonsense if that is there obsession, but I hate elitism.

 No.41010

>>41007
money is a factor like always but thrifting and second-hand clothing are a thing. almost nobody pays retail
kinda boring to have discussion with someone who doesnt appreciate clothes #9999999 tbh

 No.41011

>>41005
They make fun of him for it, but the goretex coat is actually kind of fire.

 No.41012

File: 1712530169769.jpg (61.73 KB, 650x430, 1558024790796.jpg)

>>41011
That jacket could keep you warm when it's -22F outside.

 No.41153

File: 1712546109077.jpg (658.35 KB, 1536x2048, GKmJTA7aMAECl1U.jpg)

I wish the Kiss heels weren't so fucking expensive.

 No.41168

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 No.41177

File: 1712630783598.jpg (15.07 KB, 400x400, GKnC7-iXoAARVFu.jpg)

Getting old and feeling I can't wear milsurp anymore without looking like a weirdo.

 No.41178

File: 1712634982912.jpeg (48.4 KB, 612x458, GKr84aeWMAAjHIn.jpeg)

holy fuck

 No.41179

>>41178
context?

 No.41180

>>41178
Is he wearing trash bags on his feet?

 No.41181

>>41178
The "terrorwave" guys are gonna love this one.

>>40940
Yea, learning how to dress well is more like learning a language than solving a science problem.

 No.41182

>>41177
Unless you're wearing milsurp head to toe then nobody cares. Military clothing has so many layers and decades of cultural meaning.

 No.41187

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Where can I find a jacket like this? I've looked around but they all look really cheap and are made out of polyester garbage. I want a silk one

 No.41188

>>41187
You're going to have to scour second-hand listings online for a mandarin collar buttoned jacket if you don't want cheap shit.

 No.41189

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Retvrn?

 No.41190

>>41179
hamas fighter in 2008

>>41180
Yeah idk, maybe he didn't want to get his shoes dirty when he went to step on an IOF soldier

 No.41191

>>41187
Look up nehru jacket. There are tons out there.

>>41188
What is the difference between a mandarin collar and a nehru jacket?

 No.41192

>>41187
>>41191
Also if you get a bespoke jacket from undochino or wherever, they usually have the nehru collar as an option.

 No.41193

>>41192
*indochino just looked it up and they don't have it but I remember seeing it as an option on some similar site.

 No.41194

>oh my cultural appropriation of an asian variant of western clothing!

 No.41195

>>41194
what western clothing is it a variant of?

 No.41196

>>41195
The suit?

 No.41197

>>41196
i'd say it's traditional south asian/persian fashion with some construction elements absorbed from the british (buttons, pockets, etc)
westerners didnt invent the general concept of coats/jackets lol

 No.41198

the concept of "cultural appropriation" is utterly retarded because culture mingle all the time and its especially meaningless in the 21st century

 No.41199

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>>41178
>>41181
the fucking half camo sweatpants lmfao. terrorwave has peaked with this outfit

 No.41200

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>>40958
i still prefer my tank tops and shorts

 No.41201

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For some reason I hate down vests, even ones with non-generic designs.

 No.41203

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Dear God I don't want to get old.

 No.41206

>>41203
He looks like every retard who wears that garbage past their teenage years.

 No.41207

>>41203
those clothes look shit even if he was young. old people can look perfectly dignified in a nice classy fit

 No.41208

>>41203
If it was just the shoes, the hat, or the hoodie, he might be fine. The combination of all three makes look like an elderly hypebeast influencer.

 No.41217

>>41207
Even the pants?

 No.41225

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real monkeys paw situation with asian designer clothes being cheap, high quality and readily available second-hand online but almost all listings are sizes 0-2 (like western XXS-S)

 No.41228

>>41189
Look at how designers tame their more romantic impulses. Restraint can make one romantic detail as interesting as a dress full of them. Veronique Branquinho, Chloe, Simone Rocha, Dries Van Noten all take inspiration from opulent, elaborate fabrics and historical references, but they channel it in a way where it becomes a modern flourish and not an anachronistic affectation. You can also look at how certain fashion eras have tapped into older styles to give them a contemporary context. When the bohos and hippies repurposed lace and frills, they did so to contrast themselves with the straight-laced styles that dominated post-war America and Europe. But by pairing it with jeans and clogs, they weren't just reusing a historical style; they were recontextualizing it.

 No.41233

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saw some BAP-reading rightoid losing his mind over this video but for a fashion school everyone is actually dressed so bland here

 No.41234

>>41217
I mean ok the pants are fine (though I personally think too rolled up). You know what I meant.

 No.41235

>>41233
meh they look fine to me, anyway it's the first day what do you expect?

 No.41236

>>41233
>BAP-reading rightoid
Whenever I think I'm too harsh on recent trends I remember neocons who have meltdowns over anything zoomers do exist.

 No.41237

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Beefing up my "80s industrial group fashion inspo" folder.

 No.41238

>>41233
> fashion school
Do they mean the mall?

 No.41240

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it seems nike got mad and filed a lawsuit because zoomers couldnt keep quiet about their counterfeits on tiktok and got the chinese authorities to raid the warehouses of pandabuy the biggest taobao agent, a first because its usually sellers who get their assets seized. rumors say that pandabuy is now snitching on big rep sellers lol. all the big rep communities on leddit went private too

 No.41267

>try to find affordable combat boots that aren't shitty marked-up milsurp from half a century ago
>they're all for fucking women
This must be a fucking joke.

 No.41268

>>41240
>nation-wide replica crackdown
Le socialist IP laws.

 No.41294

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LOL

 No.41319

>>38289
Lol that lineup is so classic. Pretty sure it happened in Australia? I frequented /fa/ at the time. Maybe circa 2014?

 No.41320

>>41233
I don’t get why the right would fret about the fashion trends in the video. I’m not seeing anything that looks that much different from the last thirty years.

 No.41321

>>41203
>future zoomer grand dad

 No.41327

>>41294
Notice how no one ever criticizes Milei for dressing like a retard despite being head of state, when over in the UK Corbyn was relentlessly attacked for months for refusing to wear a suit until he gave in.

 No.41337

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>>41294
>leather jacket over a generic shitty polo
wtf?
also old people ought to stop wearing slim/skinny pants

>>41319
yeah it was in australia

 No.41342

>>41233
they look like average young people that started thinking about fashion

 No.41348

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I refuse to believe celebrity stylists get paid who knows how many thousands to coord these trash fits.

 No.41363

>>41348
most celebs only wear random trendy shit thrown together

 No.41366

subreddits for specific designers are literally always the same bland fucking outfits by suburban children that stole their parents credit card that will get you easy likes on insta and tiktok but its cool when i find someone attempting diy inspired by a designers work

 No.41371

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also found out about this experimental urban camo from the late 90s, too bad its rare and your best bet is somewhat expensive repros

<In 1998, the T-Block pattern was tested by the US DOD. It was originally produced in the BDU pattern, also being made into PASGT helmet and vest covers. The pattern was tested by the US Marines, along with foreign participants from the Netherlands and the UK in the 1999 training exercise Operation Urban Warrior. While it never got adopted, T-Block has captivated camouflage enthusiasts ever since.

 No.41489

If I had a lot of dispensable money I'd love to get a leather jacket with an interesting design and treatment. :(

 No.41493

>>41348
What the actual fuck is timothee's fit here? Gotta be some kind of joke

 No.41494

>>41493
B-B-But it's Balenciaga!

 No.41532

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Tamme 24FW

 No.41553

>>41348
Oooh black on black.
Very daring

 No.41554

>>41553
Black on black is good when you aren't wearing the most basic textures and silhouettes.

 No.41555

>>41371
I personally hate camo coming back.
John Cena’s theme reverberates in my mind every time I don’t see it.

 No.41556

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>>41555
Is it? I've been wearing my BDU jacket for decades. I don't know if it really ever went out of fashion.

 No.41557

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>>41556
I wear a DDR jacket and sometimes boomers stare at me wide-eyed and fucking salute me thinking I'm a veteran.

 No.41611

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i often find people online saying they bought an expensive designer piece and then asking how to style it. why the fuck would you buy something that costs that much if you dont know what to pair it with??

 No.41618

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YOULL NEVER SEE ME AROUND TOWN, WITHOUT FIRST SEEING MY EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA LARGE BLUE SUIT COAT AND MATCHING PANTS WITH ME

TAILORED USING THE FINEST THREADED PSEUDO FABRIC, MY SUIT IS BUILT TO LAST AND LOOK GOOD WHILE DOING IT

JUST LOOK HOW WITH ONE SQUAT, MY PANTS AREN'T SMASHED TO BITS

EVEN RAISING MY ARMS FOR JUMPING JACKS DOESN'T HURT MY SUIT

ANCIENT TAILORS KNEW THAT PROPER OUTFITS REQUIRED PROPER CRAFTSMANSHIP, AND MY COLD STEEL XXXL DARK BLUE ENSEMBLES TAKEN THAT PHILOSOPHY TO HEART

WATCH WITH ONE BEND, MY SHOELACES GET TIED TO BITS, EFFORTLESSLY

EVEN WITH A CONTRASTING TIE, MY SUIT LOOKS THE BEST, BECAUSE IT IS THE BEST

YOU'LL NEVER BE CEO, WITHOUT YOUR COLD STEEL SUIT COAT AND MATCHING PANTS WITH YOU

OR MY NAME ISN'T LYNN C. THOMPSON

THE SMARTEST, SHARPEST SUITS

 No.41649

the HL boom bust is wild. hope it happens to other hyped shit

 No.41650

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Website that holds a collection of Japanese street photos dating all the way back to the 80s
https://www.web-across.com/observe/srnrj20000046q1y.html

 No.41694

I’m planning on getting real fat.
What clothes should fat people wear?

 No.41699

>>41694
For anyone in 99% of cases clothes that fit and don't look tight on them.

 No.41702

>>41694
why do you wanna get fat?

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>>39817
There's a lot more to suiting than the modern trend of clothes that stick to your body. Shout out to Edwardian suiting.

 No.41721

Some days I want to dress like a billowy mass of old-timer fabrics and other days I want to dress like a post-gender android from the future…

 No.41723

I'm here to find extremely toxic ways to express my masculinity, stop trying to make fashion gay

 No.41724

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>>41723
It's been fruity since day 1 and will only get fruitier.

 No.41856

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I went shopping today and found a nice shirt! All of my other shirts are bright colours, which is why I picked them, wanted something cheerful, but a dark colour scheme meshes much better with my skintone and hair.
Was also looking for some suit jackets, but the only one that was within my budget was made out of, I dont even know how to describe it, it felt like sweatpants texture. Not very classy. Since new season is starting some thrift shops are bound to have new stocks, I gotta go check them out, hopefully Ill find a preserved grey suit that actually fits me.

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 No.41860

>>41856
good vascularity, looking juicy for summer bro no homo.

 No.41861

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yes/no?

 No.41867

>>41327
Corbyn should have rebelled and went full streetwear.

 No.41868

>>41327
>until he gave in
Didn't they still give him shit for wearing a tie anyway?

 No.41869

>>41554
Yeah, but black-on-black is also an incredibly safe combination. I would expect more.

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 No.41871

>>41869
It's easier to look good with colors. Like I already said, when you're wearing all black you emphasize the silhouette and textures used (because you'd "expect more" indeed). You can get away with a lot more when using colors. For some reason all those shitty fashion guides online place way too much importance on color coordination when it's one of the least important aspects of an outfit in practice.

 No.41930

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Is the black thick frame glasses trend finally over?

 No.41931

>>41930
It's been for like a decade now, man.

 No.42004

Any of you got the hookup for a pair of decently priced japanese selvedge denim jeans?

 No.42015

>>42004
Does Uniqlo still sell selvedge denim from Japanese mills?

 No.42016

god saw me wearing a crop top with leather pants and said you cannot dress like an 80s movie gang member

 No.42083

watching people make clothes is strangely soothing.

 No.42084

>>41861
shit she's gorgeous here

 No.42086



>>42016
Men in croptops is like women with short skirts. Very hot.
>>41861
I'll take it.

 No.42105

Is he right about Hasan?
Is he breaking us out of the “NPC” matrix?

 No.42106

>>42105
>youtuber slop
>outdated meme thumbnail
lol

 No.42109

>>42105
Yeah, I think dressing in a personalized unique way is more important than dressing "good".

 No.42115

>tfw you can be a fashion icon simply by mixing two things that don’t typically go together
Damn

 No.42117

>>42109
i think the opposite, that "unique" doesnt automatically mean good, or rather, its not as clear cut as that. i disagree with the idea of "expressing yourself" via your clothes too tbh

 No.42237

>>42109
>>42115
Does this mean that I can detectivemaxx and engage in tactical espionage action in the same fit?

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>>41930
thicc frames have always been seen as dorky i think
wire frames have the benefit of metal=shiny and being more understated i think

 No.42425

>>42299
The more fashion conscious prefer thick frames while wire frames are nowadays associated to self-conscious nerds

 No.42514



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