>>9422350 ignore everything that's been said in here so far. if you're a self-aware person, you can be fashionable. Is it particularly harder for fat people? Sure. Short people? Maybe, but I don't see why. Small boobs or curves? Not a problem. It's about who you are and how you put yourself out there.
>>9422356 Be confident. If you know how to look good, look good. If you see an outfit you like, don't just copy it. Be inspired by it. If you enjoy your clothes, you enjoy finding new clothes, and enjoy wearing good clothes, then you're on the right track.
>>9422076 Attempting to be both fat and fashionable is a contradiction.
Being fat means you have a gluttonous personality and demeanor, you focus more on the short term benefit of eating than the long term health effects. You don't care about your appearance or your health for that matter, and mindlessly stuff your face.
Being fashionable means cultivating your appearance and trying to impress others with it.
You can't care about your appearance with physical clothing pieces and not care about it with regards to your body.
>>9422393 >posting a picture of a man who was confirmed to be autistic by numerous psychiatrists while making an autistic, long winded rant about over weight people on the clothing aisle of an anime image board Nice.
>>9422482 Well before I used to dress a certain way because i thought it would make men look at me in a certain way but now i know that i can dress however it makes me happy, and He would be so imimpressed to see me happy!!
>>9422076 as someone who used to be fat before losing a shit ton of weight, no.
being in shape just makes clothing look better. not to mention, you feel a lot better. having extra weight on you can mess up a certain look you're going for, or a certain silhouette you want to achieve. and you can forget about designer clothing.
it is possible to look somewhat nice while being bigger. but it is a lot more work, and takes more effort than just dropping the weight. the money spent on driving and eating at a crappy fast food restaurant, and the effort it takes to try to find bigger clothing that doesn't look like a potato sack, takes a lot more than just eating an apple and going for a jog.
>>9422076 fashion is about displaying the fit, even girls with huge tits distort their fit in a negative way. being fashionable isn't binary, but being overweight is always an influence in the pleb direction
>>9422076 Yes. It's more difficult for women than men, and it gets more difficult the fatter you get, until the singularity where people are spending more time wondering how many bedsheets they had to sow together to make sleeves for you than thinking about your style.
I'm a fatty and I dress well. It's difficult but not impossible.
Its possible for them to wear clothes that fit them. (plus size stuff) Stuff beyond "basic" will never be available to them, however, due to the logistics involved (extra fabric, different plus sized bodytypes, design principles, ect.)
anyone can be fashionable, some people look better as opposed to others no matter size... but the problem with being fat is ...fabric and clothing is not cheap and you will pay extra... the selection isnt as diverse. If your dressing to get action being fat might set you back.. but can you dress to impress and feel great about yourself ,yes.
>>9424334 Sorry to inform you but nope. Beauty standards will remain mostly the same, as they have been for the last x thousand years so. Being fat will never be fashionable, since fat people will always be disgusting, and as time goes on and being fat becomes even easier, fit people will become ever more desirable.
No. A sick outfit is going to look dramatically worse on a fat person, and no matter how well they are dressed, the main thing people are going to notice is that they're fat. Besides, fit is the most important thing, and clothes don't fit fat people well, period.
>>9422076 Unpopular opinion, but yes. The things you wear (similar to thin people) have to flatter your body type. Beyond that things are pretty similar.
Hope that your body distributes fat pretty evenly, or you're probably fucked. Also, the fatter you get, the harder it is. If you're obese you're fucked.
Pic related. The guy on the left is copying the guy on the right's fit. However, the guy on the left's clothes don't flatter his body. His skinny jeans make him look top-heavy, and I'm not sure that sport coat can close. Also, tight tees do not look good on people who aren't nearly without body fat.
>>9425768 this fatty looks terrible, don't try to convince some fatty that being a fattty is okay.
if he took a frontal angle pic his pants would look silly at the thighs and you would be able to see that tit fold even more. because of is massive size he also has disproportionately small arms and shoulders to the blazer he is wearing.
I could easily construct a similar argument about skinnyness . . . "its contradictory to want to enjoy the finer things in life like art and fashion if you starve your body blah blah blah". Being fat was fashionable at one point, when it signified wealth and prosperity, and it probably will be again at some point in the future. There's not really much logic behind it.
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