>actually caring about fashion this much when the majority of you dont work in the fashion industry
>actually not worrying about your physique rather than "which shoes am I wearing to Terry's soiree tonight?"
>actually not realizing the positive physical and mental aspects by being healthy and fit
>actually not willing to mold your body to look good naked rather than look good dressed
>actually not focusing...
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why is this ,a regular model, way , way hotter than any stickwomen supermodel I have ever seen? why is it mandatory for supermodels to look disgustingly unhealthy when regular ones are usually in very attractive, in good shape and just sexually desirable?
christ, why is this still a question people dont know the answer to?
designers arent trying to sell you the model. they are trying to sell you the clothes.
clothes show better on a thin person because things like detail show better, it hangs more nicely (like it would on a hanger). while curves are more sexually appealing, they can detract from clothes and curves have to be dressed a certain way-- not all things work on all body types/heights/proportions. when only one body type is needed, it makes things a lot easier.
ID thread. What chain link style is this called? I've been searching.
Another pic for good measure.
do you get sad sometimes /fa/
Ladies what are you wearing lately?
I've been suck in oxford-style blouses, sweaters and jeans for a few years, but I'm tired of looking like a super dyke.
I want to change my style up, but I'm not sure where I should go; I do like things that are kinda androgynous, but I'm lost at the moment.
I'll post some inspo stuff I got from tumblr.
pic related I absolutely love, but I've yet to fine similar pants.
What's the best place to buy anime sweaters? Omocat is pretty good, but a lot of the pieces are out of stock/just out of my price range.
How does one into designing? My dream job is shoe designer for Nike.
Are you still going to try to be /fa/ when you're 40-years-old?
how can i compliment someone on their clothes without saying "nice clothes"?
how i can dress like him?
have you already gotten over /fa/ schematics and general /fa/ peer pressure shit? I remember tryna dressing all black when I first started lurking /fa/
now I don't even try no more and everyday people b mirin birds wanna get my digits and fellas want to shank me for my steez
gonna post the template in the second post
im interested in seeing how you lot looked before you discovered /fa/ what did you wear most of the time
wanna see if there's any pattern to it
In what kind of timeframe does these happen to you people?
Cause my style has evolved very little in like the last 7 years or so, I just pay more attention to the quality, fit and colors of my garments basically.
considering my hair is mostly 8 inches long and you grow half inch of hair eery month at least 16 months but ive been keeping my hair 8 inches for like half a year now so i'd say two years time from a band t shirt wigger wannabe to a real human bean
Post dope fits and other shit that inspires you
Has anyone ever given you shit for your style?
Most I got was when my dad told me to stop wearing 'tight' jeans meanwhile and all black ('look depressing') he rocks boot cuts with big logo ralph laurens.
my 'eshay' younger brother says that my doc martens are the gayest shoes he's ever seen and that I should stop dressing like an 'artist'. Other than that its not too bad but I've somehow earned a stigma of buying really expensive clothes even though my most expensive item is a $190 rain jacket.
Other one is ancient
Going to be wearing open flanel shirts over t-shirts. Don't ask me why, it's complicated. I'm aware it's kind of a redneck thing.
What kind of pants and shoes go with this? Besides jeans and boots.
Basically I'm just asking for some alternate styles that aren't bright jeans and boots. If I was to wear black pants with a blue checkered flanel shirt, what sort of shoe would fit it?