It's time we admit that the shit people wear here is "creepy kid in the back of the classroom nobody ever talks to and always mocks" tier.
This thread is for us menswear & workwear alphas to discuss our pussy moistening wardrobes
No creepy monochrome marks allowed
>I wear a flannel and work boots that means i'm alpha
lmao no, you are still a nerd
explain to me how I get bitches fiending for the dick when I dress like a "creepy kid in the back of the classroom nobody ever talks to and always mocks"
>let's make ourselves just as annoying!
It's like you want to hook onto a new trend just so you can drop it again and act like a big man.
The fact you said mark actually nullifies any legitimate points you had.
You don't have to wear all-black or grayscale but it still looks good, you can choose to wear navy and other colours if you like, but you're not some fucking fashion nirvana.
I think monochrome rick is fuckboy tier but honestly no style of clothing is going to change your personality. And the correlation here is that most people on 4chan are boring, insecure, disgusting and awkward. THATS why you can't get friends, a girl, or a sense of pride in living inside your own skin.
I'm projecting pretty hard here but you get the point. There should be a personality board on 4chan /per/ where we can just self-improve each other cognitively
That'd be /fa/ as fudge
I feel like the more extreme dressers here haven't hit corporate america yet or just live some alternative culture that allows them to dress ninjagoth and it doesn't matter. Just like how "normal" culture doesn't dress /fa/, /fa/ is not normal culture and shouldn't be treated so. Most people here are tryhards who get valudation out of spending a lot to appeal to a very small population. Also it's 4chan so everyone here is already an weaboo internet hipster asshole
you mean the fashion industry?
because I don't think there's a single fashion designer that dresses dadcore, and most of the celebrated people in the dadcore world like nick wooster have worn designer pieces that don't make you look like an overgrown frat boy
you probably seem to forget how big the creative industry is and probably live in some flyover state
I attract all different types of girls; name an archetype and there has probably been an instance where they wanted me to give them the Rick
>ex-goth/scene girls (obviously)
>ugg boots+leggings+tnf white girls
they all love how I dress and think i'm beautiful it's not my fault I'm super cool
and before you ask me-yes, this all started happening immediately after purchasing and wearing rick owens
i understand that all of you think you're going to be in the fashion industry, but it's such a competitive demanding world, a bunch of lazy privileged kids will never get involved. Closest pretty much all of you will ever get is assistant night manager at an urban outfitters. Sorry to ruin your dreams. Also, everyone who pulls the "lol" midwest are petulant children living in the suburbs an hour outside of NYC, but you know, they're so urban.
I don't think workwear or menswear are new but the way OP says it makes it sound like such.
This thread is the equivalent of a dad walking in on some goths party and ripping their style, going "HOW haven't you heard of _____!" and trashing them, whilst failing to realize that there's more to /fa/ than just goth faggots.
l m o a
I'm 23 and work as a buyer for Barneys bruh bruh
I interned at BBC during college
Stay mad b, I'm shitposting this from my job
Someone pls reply with the what did you say faggot copypasta
Come on man I wasn't being serious, I'm fucking >>8509007 and >>8508942
Yeah sure, all-black is beyond tried and tested, it's getting a bit boring, but you're not a fucking hero for delving into some colour.
Just wearing colour so you don't look like the all-black 'le spooky goth /fa/ggots' is almost as bad as them, not wearing colour to not be like the 'le dadcore mfa fatties'.
I've never had an interest in any of that shit, the only thing that's changed about my style the past few years has been going from more of a straight workwear look to being a left field nyc lookbook incarnate with some modern greaser shit. The fact that the prevalent look in fa is affected is just there. If I cared about trends, I'd be doing whatever pastel desaturated thing everyone was arguing about.
> implying being the weird kid in the back of class isn't /fa/ as fuck
whatever, I like menswear and monochrome
damn am I the only one itt actually posting fashion related pics and not trying to force epic new memes? Why has /fa/ been so awful recently?
>implying you wouldn't wear that and not get mad biddies
dad core works for one reason: get bitches
why do you think you even exist? Dads wore what they wore right now to attract their m8s, aka your mom.
lol where do you work? a country club?
just got home from work. really there just comes a point where youre 25 and you really cant dress like youre in college/high school anymore. unless youre a celebrity, you just look tryhard wearing drop croth pants and an oversized t shirt that cost 180 dollars. with that being said, i still wear my 510s from high school and a t shirt on the weekends; the only acceptable answer for dressing this way is if youre a part of some upper class circle; otherwise youre just a fuccboi like the rest.
pics not me. whenever i post inspo people seem to assume it's me. I'd wear a fit like that if I were going on a date in the summer or a fancy outdoor party or something
I'm hoping this thread is a joke. Personally, I don't think most goof ninja fits look good. The fit in pic related is not much better than what someone wears when they want to dress like I a video game character. However, saying things like "This thread is for us menswear & workwear alphas to discuss our pussy moistening wardrobes" and "No creepy monochrome marks allowed" is trash. Monochromacy is not the only defining feature of goth ninja and your attitude is disguising. If you actually focused on dressing well, then you probably wouldn't have made this thread.
just posting some inspo, no need to make assumptions
you can stop posting pictures of your tie now
not until you stop posting pictures from 2009
pretty sure it was posted in a waywt here on /fa/, but i guess we can dream
>inb4 goofniggers get mad and tell me to stop posting
I'm fucking gorgeous m8
you need to turn down the h8
As a road construction worker and someone who actually wears work wear for work, I find anyone who actually wears that shit in the off hours a fucking poser
After a long day no fucking way am I going to dinner or a grocery store in my fucking work gear
As someone who actually wears that style working my ass off all day whether it be pissing rain and blowing sideways or cold enough to freeze the spit right out of your mouth (im from the mainland of alaska), I just hate seeing people strut around using the same shit as an accessory just urks me off a bit, probably nothing I should be mad about but it definitely pinches my ear
so you actually wear this stuff when doing hard construction work? That seems impractical. Wouldn't it be better just to wear some wranglers, timberlands, and an old t shirt like every other construction worker than to put on a bunch of expensive fashionable stuff thatll just get paint all over it?
because styles of clothing are loaded with connotation and this is especially true with workwear. the apparent goal of workwear enthusiasts is to project masculinity through clothing, hence the name, so can you see why some people would consider this posing to the highest degree?
honestly if your goal in fashion is to just fit in, and not the pursuit of personal stylistic expression, you dont even have to move beyond hollister and h&m
as shitty as he is, that stayclassic guy is at least realistic about his mediocrity: hes popular amongst the buzzfeed/facebook/normal people crowd and his wardrobe mainly from forever21 and topman, so why even bother moving beyond fast fashion?
lmao well that's what the style is called. It's not inaccurate, people did used to do work wearing clothes like that. either way, I dont see youre point, you wouldnt go up to somebody wearing "goofninja" and be like "NINJA HUH? I DONT SEE YOUR SWORD!!!"
the connotations of those clothes are so outdated that they shouldnt be socially relevant anymore
i think you got this kinda backwards. "gothninja" is little more than a meme to describe a loose set of clothes/styles that, to a normal person, resembles a combination of a goth and a ninja; the people who actually wear the clothes dont think of it in those terms and they certainly dont aspire to be goths or ninjas
workwear, on the other hand, wears its influences on its sleeve and is directly inspired by the clothes of working men in the 19th/early 20th century. moreso, a lot of the pieces are direct repros, whereas "gothninja" (fuck this term seriously) clothing tends towards abstraction of its influences; avant-garde/high fashion designers arent not too sacred about muh historical authenticity. anyhow, workwear enthusiasts seem more concerned with tradition, and a large part of this is associated with a traditional view of masculinity, which is where the criticism comes in, as if somehow wearing these clothes would confer the wearer with this romanticized ideal of masculinity as embodied by the turn of the century working men they take inspiration from.
why would you want to dress like a ninja unless you're a fucking kid?
why would you want to dress like a goth unless you're an edgy teenager?
why would you want to dress like working class trash unless you're a complete pleb?
>working class trash
A bit harsh, I make 45/hr on regular time and 70/hr on overtime and I get alooot of overtime during the summer season. Go ahead and call me whatever name you want, I probably make more than your pappy
>put bondage cuffs on your trap.
>but you're tossing his salad while he presses your head into his arsehole.
Guess he's pretending he is the top so he feels less gay. Might be why he has a beard as well.
most menswear fits are just so unremarkable. it's the equivalent of going to /ic/ to show off those cool drawings of squares and circles you did. sure there's nothing aesthetically wrong with a square or a circle, but anyone with some sense can emulate that shit and it takes no creativity to do so. there's very little room for error or improvement.
look at this
>boots, jeans, shirt
>shoes, pants, shirt
>blazer, cardigan or denim jacket
>playful wool cap
nothing wrong with it, just 100% uninteresting to a fashion forum.