School is starting up pretty soon
>who's campus has the most fuccbois?
>what major has the most fuccbois?
>who are you gonna be stuntin on this fall?
Sports people wear outdated sportswear that was cool in 2009.
Thin nerds just wear straight jeans, flannel, graphic tees, and Vans. Regular nerds seem to actively dress bad.
Some art kids and theatrefags dress cool. There are random people around campus who just dress phenomenally and it's nice to see them around.
I'm a computer science major, so of course no one other than two people dress well. Another dresses pretty cool (joggers, NB, decent Nike cops), but he's on the baseball team, so he only kind of counts as a compsci major.
this one guy thinks he dresses well, but he can't even match colors at a basic level.
this perfectly describes several people I know.
>wearing a polo at all
Why would people ever? Even if you're someone who can pull it off you'd look so much better in something else. It's like combining too many things into a "convenient" single article of clothing.
my school ain't that big but there's some fuccbois around
guys mostly wear hoodies, sweatpants, relaxed fit jeans, timberlands, ugly running shoes, your run of the mill pleb stuff. some fratcore (i.e. baggy cargo shorts, tank tops, high tops)
girls go one of two routes (though there's definitely some overlap): fleece jacket/baggy sweatshirt, yoga pants, boots or sweaters, dresses, jeans things like that
i'd say the school of business probably has the most fuccbois since thats where most of the people who are lazy/don't know what else to do go. the science department has the most fuccgirls though since they all act so great being in STEM at a small liberal arts school even though most of them don't even make it to med school.
freshmen and people i don't like. but i like most everyone on campus, there's just a few fairies that hang out with my friends
If there was one overarching style here it would be streetware. Most people dress within the current trends but there are plenty of standouts. I also noticed that most (90%) people who wear RO here are rich Asians. CSM probably dress a lot better.
I went to Iowa State. The design college was the only area of campus with consistently decent attire. The rest of the campus is divided into general categories of:
dad jeans, shirts from various events, tennis shoes
either didn't care (typical low IQ business students), or tried too hard and wore business attire
plenty of them were normal, but there were far too many good ol' boy wannabes. These are the kids who grew up in the midwest and decided to become southerners, dress up in boots, jeans, flannel, and hats varying from John Deere to full blown big rimmed "cowboy" hats. Fashion usually doesn't elicit a negative reaction from me, but this was repulsive. A whole culture of disingenuous constituents who pride themselves on their collective authenticity. I know farmers and rural folk. They don't feel the need to wear a consistent uniform.
Anyway, on the relative scale of western world campuses, I'd say ISU is maybe a 3/10 at best. I didn't care too much. I wore track pants most days until senior year when I decided to put on some decent shoes, jeans, and a plain shirt every day and suddenly I was the fuccboi of the stats program. I even got my first pair of slim fit jeans.
Yes, I am the autist who is dressed by the internet, which by default makes me one of the best dressed people in Iowa. Small fish in a microscopic pond.
>University of Missouri, aka Mizzou
>School is known primarily for journalism school, so the J school is full of fuccbois who think they can write well
>Literally all they wear are peacoats, flannels, way too tight jeans and toms, as if it's 2007
>They think they're smarter and better than everyone else, they're actually the dumbest fucking people in the school
>Business school is mostly bad but all the frat boys who have no idea what to major in will get a BSBA in marketing
>Filled with kids who overdress like crazy, once saw a guy go to class wearing skinny dress pants, a light blue dress shirt + big light blue bow tie
>Yes, his bow tie was just a slightly different shade of light blue than his dress shirt
>Had the most punchable face in the world
>Also saw a fat guy wearing "tailored chino shorts," a blazer, boat shoes, and a light blue oxford + yellow bow tie
>Engineering school is filled with best dressed kids because Mizzou isn't known for engineering, so no one in the engineering school is actually particularly smart lol
>At least they dress naturally and aren't trying to impress anybody, lots of stoner vibes in people's outfits
>Transferring after this year because I'm a compsci student and this school has an abysmal compsci program and I don't want to live in Missouri for the rest of my life
>Only attending the first two years because I was already living in Missouri and I got enough scholarships that it's basically free and my parents are poor af, so I'm basically like those kids that go to community colleges for the first two years to save money
Got kicked out of art school so gotta find a new path. Decided what i really want to do is become creative director for an ad agency.
Gonna intern at my friends company for a year and then apply to marketing or business courses. I will be 23 at the youngest before starting university again.
Tell me its going to be okay.
I study architecture in Sweden so everyone dresses really well, nice mix of casual goof ninja, artsy stuff, a lot of acne basics and those who studied fashion before coming here.
Some of the lecturers are pretty interesting, one of our polaks regularly wears a polo with popped collar, a shirt with popped collar on top of that and then either a third shirt (popped) or a thing sweatshirt. fucking love that guy
Course? GMD here.
I do kinda laugh at the occational guy that wears the most ridiculous high heels or something and then imagine him having to go outside to the elephant and castle market or some shit.
this is most of class mates. total autism as you can see. probably because it's a Bsc in environmental sciences I'm not in the picture fortunately.
15% obnoxiously ugly frat-prep cheeseball trash
Sorority girls are basic as fuck.
Asians dress like, well, asians...
Persians is gym shorts, Ferragamo loafers and polos
Another 10% pure fedora tipping fingertipless gloves on a razor scooter core
Tanks for days because its hotter than hell
Very small percentage dress well.
There are a number of /fa/core fuccbois at University of Toronto but not really in my faculty or at my college.
I think most of them are in CS or life sciences.
There are some dweebs in history, poli sci and english but they seem to learn to dress from MFA and Urban Outfitters.
Seconded. Prepare to see penn state apparel wearing clones. If you're going to a satellite campus you might as well kill yourself now before the people that go there make you want to
i cant do engineering
I cant do math. i suck so much at math. i wanted to do stem but i'm so bad at math
i keep hanging around on the roofs of buildings
i know this is wrong i know it is please help
I meant study but if you don't want to travel I guess theres Pitt, Carnegie Mellon if youre smart. There's always penn state. If you cant get into main campus the satellite campuses have community college tier acceptance rates and you still graduate with a penn state degree
Usually dress like shit, but the few rich ones dress exceptionally well.
>Asians from the GTA that hate the fact that they are asian.
Jogger-pants, H&M basics, Nikes, Hilter Youth or undercut. Not shit, but not great.
Easily the worst of the bunch. Literally stereotypical mom jeans, band shirts and vans.
fuck this school.
Going to college for the wrong reasons isn't /fa/
Like going because you wanna make more money or because you think it'll help you get ahead in the job market. That isn't /fa/
Going to college to learn something about something and gain knowledge about a topic you love is /fa/ as you can get. Doesn't mean you can't also include making money in it, but if your primary reason isn't because you want to learn about a passion you love, then you are pleb as pleb can be and will amount to nothing.
Applied math is everywhere, so you should be able to relate your daily circumstance based on mathematical equations, just don't sweat it.
To like math you gotta learn the basic calculations, and then it's all uphill from there
I can't do stocks for shit, but when you're on those rooftops you gotta practice that shit
Study basic concepts of it and you'll learn soon enough how it applies in daily life and then you'll keep doing it
So it becomes easier
Browse /sci/ from time to time, that kind of increased my own confidence
I'm still conflicted on if I hate this city or not. Grew up here and there's some amazing people but it's like they're all hiding from the rampant amount of college dweebs everywhere.
Any niggas university of Birmingham here?
In starting in September
>tfw no siq freshers fits
Guys, 2 types
Guys that dress normal but generally nice. Sort of dadcore/normalcore.
Then there's the guys that wear fucking shit high school/middle tier clothes namely abercrombie or basketball shorts and jerseys
There's ugly girls who cant dress to save their life...then there's attractive girls who cant dress to save their life (uggs, Hunter rain boots, parka or northface fleece. leggings.) I think that covers like 95-98% of all girls.
Except when it's nice for like a month they wear less. Short shorts in Wisconsin...rare but when it happens...mfw
You'll definitely stand out as a guy who at least cares about his clothes but no one is going to be wowed by it, and you shouldn't really attempt to standout unless you're normally like that. Don't expect people here to be dressed in any other style than normcore, there have been only but a few people who I've seen with anything mildly resembling what /fa/ praises.
I'm an compsci student but not a complete retarded pleb. I dress pretty well, not super preppy or super pleb, just in between.
Most of my classmates makeup 30 something year olds or complete nerds since I go to a CC.Usually daily cargo shorts with tennis shoes and some random graphic tee, or jeans and a t shirt. It drives me fucking insane. One kid wore maybe 3 different t shirts you would get from promotional sales at a t-mobile or something like that. Drives me up the fucking wall.
Yo, you should probably transfer lol
I was a business major as well, but I transferred to compsci just before my freshman year. Mizzou's BSBA program works in such a way that you'll have plenty of time to decide if you want to do marketing, finance, econ, w/e. I'd recommend that you either transfer to another school that will actually get you a good finance job somewhere that isn't in fucking Missouri and you'll make more.
If you stay at Mizzou, then do finance and economics. The econ students have the highest starting salaries, and Mizzou's BSBA program allows you to have two emphasis areas pretty easily.
Ryerson University (Downtown Toronto)
>literally not a single person gives a shit about how they dress
>walmart sneakers, ill-fitting jeans, polo shirts everywhere
>tfw one liberal arts course
>reddit mfa everywhere
> Community college, first time student in 2 weeks
I'm expecting this:
>Nobody will really care how they dress since its not a university
>The ones that do are probably Bengali and love to wear the freshest Jordans and colors/patterns that match too much with their shoes
>I'll probably catch one or two well dressed people but they'll probably not be wearing designer or even really care about fashion as much as I would
>Lastly the pacsun core kid that only dresses in played out streetwear that we all moved past from a year or two ago
I'm not gonna lie I'm not that well dressed yet because I'm focusing on being /fit/ but I'm really interested in fashion and when I become /fit/ I'll know what I'm doing when it comes to buying a new wardrobe .
The point I was making is that I'm not just some salty cunt who's bitter he didn't get accepted to Duke (I didn't apply ofc)
Duke is overrated. Literally nothing good comes from Duke. If you're into finance then you'll probably not have a lot of trouble getting a job at GS, but you'll probably be too stupid to make the cut for third year analysts.
Also, lol, the quality of schools drops severely once you get passed #5. At that point schools are typically only good for certain things, like how UPenn is Wharton + everybody else.
UChicago is #1 in Econ, what were you expecting?
This shit is acceptable where I go to school. I'd say about 60-70% of the student body wears that jacket, or some other university gear around campus.
Of the other 30-40%, a good portion of them are Commerce students with a stick up their ass whose style icon seems to be Vince Vaughn and the rest are in a grand of parka/athletic wear.
Maybe a hand full of people seem to dress well consistently.
Why did I join this cult? Seriously.
my school is full of people who don't care about how they dress themselves
there are some try-hard frats (and some chill ones) that try and fail to dress preppy
most people walk around in sweatpants + t-shirts unless they're trying to be a hipster
It can go a lot of ways. I know a few who dress fairly /fa/ and a lot who go hardcore tumblrcore. Really depends. They definitely dress less basic than the general population though
ended up doing an English major, I didnt really see any /fa/ ppl, just dadcore at best.
Now Im poor, in a sketchy area, and end up in mad shady situations with mad shady people if not everyday than on an every other day basis.
Trampcore is effay, right?
CFA > tepper/dietrich (HSS) > ... > MCS > SCS/CIT
and to be honest i know really attractive people who dress well in pretty much every major
if you discount the 50% of people sitting in their rooms playing LoL that don't even show their faces in public, the rest of the school isn't particularly unattractive.
It's just a half step up in formality from a t shirt. Can wear it basically anywhere you could wear a tee, can't dress it up much more. Would look marginally better with dress trousers than a tee, but significantly worse than a simple button down.
All the guys in my major are effay as fuck. Literally every single one. Though for every guy majoring in Art History there are 9 girls. The girls are either basic bitches or tumblrcore. No middle ground for some reason.
Damn, he most /fa/ girl I know on my campus (thin, great proportions, nice cheekbones, heterochromia, almost always wears all black) is art history, and pretty much every guy I've seen from her classes is basic as fuck.
>tfw she's dating a quiet english major and they haven't even fucked
>mutual friend tells us she's desperate to get a good fucking
>she's still with him after 6+ months
When will this suffering end
I was CFA art. There were maybe ~3 /fa/ people in my year. Most others were tumblrcore at best. I will admit that archies seemed more attractive.
also was in MCS. Good people but absolutely awful fashion tbh...can think of maybe ONE passable /fa/ MCS major.
u r all so negative. Try something, be just tumblrcore, try something tight, called 2009, just wear some damn sports shorts, called pleb.
Is there some fashion trend that exists anyone call pull off, somewhere between dated and try hard, hippy drug rag, menswear? Feel like I can't win.
Should i just go 2nxtlvl and wear silver jumpsuits like its 2020?
What you described sounds like being attractive, not having good fashion sense.
At my school there are plenty of basic guys in the surveys and lecture classes, but they're always just doing it for elective credits.
>Korean chicks imitating Kpop idols
>White boys who can't dress themselves
>mfw short haired grill who just wants to fuck
I came back to college to finish my damn major and everyone is basic as fuck. It hurts.
Evergreen is a mix of hippy/mensware/grunge
if you wanna stand out wear subtle nice looking basics like a really well fitting casual button-down shirt
girls are hot here, not many classic sorority types but plenty of short-haired girls who are down to take acid and fuck for 8 hours
I go to a small liberal arts University in Michigan. comp sci major
Have yet to find anyone close to being /fa/. I have noticed that it's often the corn bread incestual looking mother fuckers that are amazing at math
Grades permitting, I'll be going to Bath to do civil engineering. Given that the place is fairly academic with lots of STEM subjects, I'm not expecting amazing attire but people at the open day were dressed alright, nothing stand-out but just adequately dressed. I guess it'll be a mixed bag wherever I go.
Our huge asian population makes up for the lazy u.s. american style that pervades. I'm in the school of fine arts and there are only a handful of us who know anything about fashion. I know a few other guys who are into skateboarding that have that look down really well. Then there's this one kid who is apparently from NYC and is literally stylin on the entire campus.
>Stern kids wearing anything but suits
Tisch varies by major, with film being the most generic overall (I am too poor to afford any /fa/ shit) and acting being the furthest into tumblrcore.
There also seems to be a massive amount of Asian fuccbois in CAS that gather outside of any building and smoke
>tfw joined a fraternity and everyone wears shitty tanks and cargo shorts
>tfw I'm starting to wear shitty tanks and cargo shorts
God help me I love wearing shitty tanks and cargo shorts
>Got kicked out of art school
I think I know where this is going.
>yfw they are normal and we are the weird ones