archiveThread with inspo:
Acceptable coats include but are not limited to:
>Duffel coat (provided it's longer than waist length)
Bonus point for anyone that can ID a good coat for 100-300.
i've been on the lookout for a long wool one that will reach between my hips / ankles, but when i try to google search for one i only find peacoats and other fedora core coats.
what are some decent brands.
>Pic Related the trash that google search will give me.
this one is cos not sure what year
post derby/brogue inspo and the ones you own
New Hair thread. Old one got archived.
Any special tips for topknots like this? I've been growing out my top and it's about 6 inches towards the front and 4 in the back. Can't really get it knotted though. How long should it be before I can achieve picrelated?
Can tattoos be effay?
I'm thinking about getting one soon
Haven't seen this type of thread on here in a while
Drop your sickest prints
>Most be this siq to post
Didn't see one in the catalog, Fuccboi Thread
You are given one free Rick Owens piece, despite discontinuation or year of manufacture. Collaborations also count.
What do you pick?
Old one at 307
RECENT COPS THREAD
and this showed up today
one on the right
(yess i am a fuccboi)
I needed a winter coat and I copped this off eBay for cheap. Am I retarded?
I think it will look nice unbuttoned.
are veils effay?
we need to get our fall winter stuff out and put the summer stuff away so post room & closet inspo pics
organizing lifehacks welcome
will do a pic dump in about an hour or so
if you could go back in time to when you first got involved with clothing, what would you tell yourself? il start
>get your measurements taken
>basics first, focus on the areas of your life you are wearing clothing the most, and then move outward from there. fashion is not about playing dress up on the weekends
>never buy anything on sale just because it's on sale
>focus on building a wardrobe you love, not following trends
>always think about the context of where you are going before putting on clothing, "living the /fa/ lifestyle" is not about being as "avant-garde" or "dressed up" as possible wherever you go. what you wear to a concert is different than what you wear to church with your family, and different than what you wear walking around the city, etc.
>remember that you don't "need" any article of clothing. yes it's nice to purchase things you love but all it does is benefit the extent to which you feel comfortable and "yourself" in your day to day life
>do NOT spend more money than you have. if your spending habits make you feel anxious, you're doing it wrong
hope this benefits someone on this board
the best advice for someone who wants to dress better is honestly the least understandable piece of advice when you are starting:
don't be afraid to spend a decent amount of money to get basic items. yeah you can get basic shit for the low, but once you have a plain tee that you really love and start to prefer over your cheaper tees, you'll understand
i think everyone is just destined to make the same mistakes when they start splurging in clothing though. you learn as you go along.
everyone buys a few outlandish pieces that look good in a vacuum but are hard to make a fit around so they just sit in your closet.
no matter how meticulously you get all your measurements you're going to buy stuff that doesn't fit; different brands just fit so differently.
>don't disregard solid basics - I bought 2 pairs of shitty asos/river island trainers before AF1s and wasted the cost of a pair of decent basic trainers
>don't buy shoes that won't fit - try shoes on and buy them online - bought size 11 boots when I should have got size 9.5 ;_;
>buy sportswear :) its only 2013 when you're starting and you'll be ahead of the curve and that shit lasts pretty well
I'm moving to a flat with a view to the sea. Give me your best minimalist interior inspo pls
Only buying used and Ikea-tier because poorfag student
F/W COMING UP
What does /fa/ do for a living and how much do you get payed? How can you afford all these clothes?
How /fa/ is your dorm room?