How does /fa/ feel about phone colors?
Google just released the gold matte nexus 6p.
Thinking about copping one.
ITT we make up fake, fashion-related superstitions
>never trust a guy with his top button buttoned, they're all liars
Where can I find shirt like this?
claim your modelfu!
>be a college student
>want to grow a manbun/pony tail
>grow hair out for a year
>look like shit while growing out hair
>come back home for winter vacation
>can finally tie up my hair
>conservative parents disapproves of hair
>thinks it might make me gay
>threatens to not help with tuition if...
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get a job, pay for your own life, and dump your family
desu if they're threatening to revoke their support of you because of a haircut, then they don't love you. they just love the ideal that they want you to fill.
2016, time to grow up.
Are you fucking kidding me? Jeeziz. Fuck'em, dude. Not now, though. Wait till you're independent. You can do that, it's probably not that much longer.
Then when you've been cut loose, never look back. For now, though, you better find a way to own a short hairstyle.
I sorta see where they are coming from though
Long hair makes me look feminine and my father is embarrassed by it. He is a bit conservative and seeing his boy look feminine hurts him. The man grew up in a different time
To those of you who do dress well, how was your "transition"? Did people give you weird looks or give you shit when all of a sudden you started wearing designer clothes or standing out from the norm?
Supreme gentlemen of /fa/, I'm in the verge of the abyss.
I wish to design a new existence for myself. I am graduating this year at the age of 24 and I still haven't found whatever you are supposed to find that gives direction to your life. I have very little job experience because school was so demanding that I had to employ all my time in working to mantain a respectable average. Because of this, I have always been economically dependent of my parents and it has taken a big blow in my self-steem. I feel like I have never made any decisions on my own and I'm still a child, while my chilhood friends, ex-gfs and people I grew up with are starting their independent lives, having "mature" romantic and sexual relationships and enjoying an independence that, even though it is demanding economically and personally, yields a reward of self-sufficiency that I have never experienced.
It's been many years since I have been living on my own on my parents' money, and I've been trying to fight these feelings in a variety of ways: I started lifting and became somewhat strong, I fixed my appearance and dress now in a /fa/ way that compliments me and I cultivated a nice social life with new people while maintaining the people I care about in my life close to me. However, I feel I'm falling behind and whenever I graduate, things won't change and I will be a child faking it in the real world.
I would like to know what do you consider an acceptable standard of living as an adult, a /fa/ lifestyle that makes you feel good with yourself and with your role in society.
Clothes are not the answer when the problem lies deeper.
>inb4 babby's first existential crisis.
tl;dr: Are you happy with your lifestyle right now? Where would you like to be in comparison to where you are now? What makes a /fa/ lifestyle?
Sounds like you've got the security that will help with life. I'd say, to grow as a person, really put yourself out there, literally and figuratively.
Go travelling. Try your best to have experiences that develop and broaden your mind.
Maybe even consider seeing a therapist or counsellor. There's no shame in it (I suppose it could be kind of effay too) and you'll benefit, even a little bit.
Leave the security you've established for yourself, reach a level of self sufficiency that puts you on the verge of poverty. Reach a kind of rock bottom....
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That's great. I mean, with my limited and child-like knowledge in matters like this, I don't see why you wouldn't feel the way you want to. I dunno. I'd say travel and live on the bread line for like a year or so. Other than that, I hope someone with better advise comes to set you straight.
Does /fa/ know where I can find shoes like the ones Julien wears in Only God Forgives?
H By Hudson Swathmore Black. Take two or at least one size smaller than your real size. I have those. My shoe size is 42,5 and I first bought 42 - way too big. 41 - a bit too big still but fits ok. 40 would be my size, to achieve same look as Julien has in that movie, you can see how boot stretches when he's wearing em.
For example, Nike 42,5 sneaker fits me perfectly.
How do you feel about gold link chains? I think they can look pretty good with a plain white tee, as long as they're tucked in and aren't too thick
what's in your bag, /fa/?
We back boys. Bean Boot edition. How are my fellow WASPs rocking these classics this winter?
>tfw live in New England
>really no better functional boots for our dismal winters than the classic Bean Boot
>can no longer wear it because stupid MFA fucks and college hoes buy them by the fuckin boatload no matter what climate they live in
fuck you people
Do you like the new face of LV?
which military was the best dressed?
Seriously? We all know the answer to this question. They were one of the most evil empires ever but they were effay as fuck. I'm an anarcho-commie and even I can admit that.
Yeah, I agree. They have my vote too. I was really just wanting to get a discussion on military fashion going, because a lot of good fashion items have come from war times.
What drugs are effay /fa/?
Could we get a normcore general going?
Post inspo, discuss, etc.
What are some stores with good normcore pieces (without $50 shipping)?