I'll be adding lost of color to my wardrobe over the next 2 seasons. Let's post some hippie, comfy, cozy core fits with color
I hate to imagine a fit that ISN'T comfy. Like, why the fuck would you wear something that's uncomfortable all day.
Wear what fits good and feels good.
don't know exactly. I've seen cropped pants on people lately, maybe they'll have some at higher end malls.
DIY, you could probablu measure and cut about 4 inches off the bottom of each pant leg, then flip it up once to cuff and then sew or clip it there. Don't be afraid to alter the way your clothes fit (pin rolls, sewing, safety pins, etc) make it you
you can tell that some people aren't comfortable in what they're wearing (especially when they're just trend hopping and unsure about how to actually dress)
H&M has some slim ones that aren't bad, and even their baggy ones are pretty comfy. Run about $20
cutting sweats ... risky. Maybe wash them to shrink a bit? Mine always fit photo-ready after they get washed
idk, but I'm definitely down with that look. Great fit
can't tell shit from these magazine thumbnails
that was a year ago, and that's basically exactly what I was doing that day. Tell your dad, I said keep doing what he's doing
Since this thread probably has a lot of Japs or East-Asians, here's a good one.
Anyone know w2c the hoodie on the left?
was on all the basic sites. Its adidas and tom dixon
they are. I had a lot in my pocket that day and also, the shorts are indeed a bit big. But they're all I've got at the moment, so I do what I can with confidence.
Exactly. It's whimsical. Here's another (and maybe one more bonus one)
that's interesting. I thought about this with my olf faded band tees, but onto something else. Never got around to it.
this fit is a bit too much, I'd rock animu shit but softcore loli porn isnt something I'd leave the house in.
As for the parkas there was this shop on Orchard St in New York where they had denim jackets with Akira stuff handpainted on the back. A parka with a solid back panel just seemed easier to do
>you will never pull off lolininja
Why go on?
most of the names we use for styles here are made up inside jokes.
it's pretty normal tee, jeans, boots. I'd call it comfortable, easy errand wear
no, only a few posters are.
a lot of people here don't actually have good taste/color skills so they stick to memochrome and all black for simplicity. Sad really
anyone know w2c that brown coat in the center?
This thread is great I saved a lot a images from it.
I'll dump what I have.
just came in the mail today
comfy level: max
This is designer Phillip Lim and a friend... In NYC I believe... But they look pretty comfy-core in this pic, saved it because I love the look
if this is how you look at the world then you can truly never be. . .
I hope bathrobe chic is on the rise
I hope (American) society is in a place where we're willing to accept that just-came-off-the-toilet-tier Walmart-style fits are the new norm and that the best thing we can do as people invested in aesthetic culture is to elevate the structural elements of it as high as we can.
interestingly enough, I got that pic from a post your IRL gf thread. So someone here is/was dating this qt
always though Sruli Recht stuff looks ultra comfy.
lol it's called a cable knit sweater dude...you can find them pretty much anywhere and almost every designer has their take on it
this bitch? It's Gucci lol, for $800 it's yours!
didn't mean her, meant the one in the pic the other guy was talking about. That was confusing
It's more like a style of freedom, confidence, and actual comfort that alludes to higher fashion in the details. Still fits in, still stands out. Lots of room for creativity once you give up "rules."
I've been looking too, friend. If I weren't so poor, I would have bought it immediately