Alternative style fashion
mainstream fashion houses are well known because their haute couture labels offer exceptional designs and construction whist completely ignoring the restrictions of budget.
your ideal is an alternative to this
the antithesis of fashion
dressing inappropriately in cheaply produced improperly cut and constructed garments styled inappropriately for most occasions and in an manner that is purposefully aesthetically displeasing.
do you just want to celebrate the fact that you're mal-adjusted for society and improperly raised? or do you just not have the income to support a lifestyle and wardrobe dress properly, for given social occasions?
are you this fucking dumb
he clearly wasn't talking about mainstream haute couture you pretentious faggot, he was talking about mainstream fashion, which is boardshorts and an american eagle t-shirt.
"gothic" and other such sub-genres of style are alternatives to this mainstream
it really shouldn't be this difficult
stop. listening. to. sieg.
He is trolling you. Construction for do-called "haute couture" has gone sharply downhill the past few decades for many famous houses. Saks sells machine made cotton eyelet dresses for nearly a thousand because their rich custumers will buy anything as long as it involves flaunting their wealth. Does a cotton eyelet dress need hundreds of $$$s worth of labor + a markup?? No. That dickbag Lagerfeld who fucking brags that seamstresses sewed 5000 sequins by hand on a damn jersey dress with minimal tailoring is using the "hand crafted, one if a kind" gimmick to distract from the fact that it's an uninspired piece of shit.
source: overdressed by elizabeth l cline
I like this one better
I have two alternative cousins that make $80,000+ a year... The one earns a solid $120,000...
What makes you think alternative people can't make a living?
I work for the state government, but everything I wear is still black/red/white. I'm making something of myself.
You guys are funny.
I like classical look with a little urban spin.
What does /fa/ think?