Pale Wave Thread?
What pale fits have you worn recently?
Any Pick Ups?
Have you tried mixing in some pink?
i just bought these acne jeans because they had a wash i was after prior to purchasing these >>>9623219 and they were a very good deal [$100 @ century21] is this how it feels to be pale wave? is this pale?
i don't want to be pale but with summer approaching it might happen to me subconsciously
just copped this yesterday, you /fa/gs better be right about this or i'm out 16 bucks
Who feeling this pink shirt for pale fits?
Uniqlo cotton tee if anyone's wondering.
wanted to figure out how to stay pale in uniform for my internship this summer
don't know if i'll be able to figure it out - the khakis and white polo are mandatory
are monochrome white chucks acceptable pale wave?
are you expecting an answer other than new balance? the only problem is that they are not "good"
The guy in my pic looks gay as fuck but I think White Timberlands would go better with your outfit.
Common projects make fantastic minimal shoes. You can get a slightly used pair for ~200
i don't know? a lot of sites let you filter the shoes based on color, give it a try.
What's wrong with masculinity?
It's the one thing this board lacks the most.
Are these Elvine Jacobson trousers pale enough? http://shop.elvine.se/en/product/849/jacobson
EVERY THREAD UNTIL YOU LIKE THEM AS MUCH AS I DO, /fa/
Yeah, but you can hunt around and still find the old ones if you google the model numbers. (It sleeps 1S961 I believe.
Can't comment on sizing differences, although I would assume the same.
I really like this palewave thing, but what I dislike is people asking if something actually is 'pale enough'.
That your fit conforms to the standard of a certain color scheme within a style (in this case meme), doesn't mean it's a good fit.
Of course, dress how you want. I just get the idea that many people who ask questions like the one I'm referring to at literally being dressed by the internet, which is a shame.
I understand that it looks stupid, but often enough you also see that people don't agree on a shade of blue of jeans fit with the rest of the outfit. Then it's not about how the jeans fit, but if the colour matches to a certain scheme. Even the combination of shirt and shoes cannot tone down a too bright colour of trousers sometimes.
At a volleyball tournament and saw this old man lookin /pale/ af. He even has wallabies on.
as another woman, I'd say stay away from vans...they're kind of gross.
if you can, just go for white or beige keds/keds knock offs or even those vans saddleshoes they used to make.
boots can be made to work, but docs are too harsh. you'd been to try lightly colored ankle boots...idk something like this might work for you. not quite light enough, but you see what I mean, right?
(i'm guessing you're young and on a tight budget, but yeah) the point is for the looks to be faded and pale in color; as long as the boots are in the arena they aren't gonna through you off.
as far as the khakis/polo, just make sure the actual fit/tailoring is crisp and clean, if that stuff fits perfectly you'll be in good company.
post a fit when you have a chance, I so rarely see women in the palewave fits when I lurk these threads.
ok bitch, get off my message board, i'm the only woman allowed here
also, get a trip you fucking ingrate, learn how to sap these pathetic fuckers for attention like a proper Machiavelli
I think thats what we're trying to figure out.
I think pale ankle boots can work just fine, as long it's the proper colour.
no reason oxfords can't work either, provided they're the appropriate color.
this is great.
I think the timbs look brilliant actually, the only thing I don't like is the color, it clashes a bit for my taste.
yeah, but considering lighting has a big effect on how the rest of us perceive it, the question is almost absurd, since he can't give a truly objective answer anywway.
kid, I've been posting here for years; ie, far longer than you, so fuck off, as I actually prefer to contribute as opposed to shitting up the board with bullshit and trolling.
what do you have in mind when you say "pale ankle boots"? i don't really like desert boots.
derbies in pic are decent.
I meant ankle boots in general (boots that are ankle height) the general descriptor, not a specific style.
Chelseas are allright, desert boots are w/e to me; the derbies you posted are solid, but I think the problem is that the shoes are frequently gonna be brown, which doesn't mesh the best with the rest of the pale color scheme most of /fa/ is using.
see, these are perfect to me.
grey or baby blue is probably what we should be aiming for in the boot arena.
I take palewave to be more than just a palette, so for me only suede works, not plain leather. For example, I don't really think the boots in pic are palewave, but they are technically pale. They aren't laid back enough.
i think they're fuckin with you man. i have a pair on right now
anyone got experience with ueg?
thinking about copping this
bit tech but pale
I dont like the pants what so ever, im sorry bro :/ but the sweater is nice
I also feel (but this is my personal opinion not a fact) that OCBD/Shirt/whatever is too "unchill" and too formal for palewave, it looks too busy it does not give off the chill vibe. Maybe thats only me though
>tfw i had to buy cheap mondays today instead of acnes because they had the paler jeans
why cant i own a pair of nice jeans
gonna buy some pale shoes tomorrow. not sure what I'm gonna buy yet.
Are af1s considered pale? or converse alys?
looks fine to me.
the shade of the sweater against the grey in the sweater is slightly offputting, but not to the extent that I think it's bad.
i mean, if you want me to really dive in:
>pants are cool design-wise, but seem to fit poorly on you
>the thickness of the shoes agaisnt the rest of the look is a little weird to me
>sweater isn't shape defining and makes you look like a bit of a blob
but I'm nitpicking, the look is fine, don't sweat it.
camera lens is scratched so everything kind of glows. breaking into shoes, i guess they will be flatter
For a tone change rather than a colour change, get a spray bottle put the jeans on the line in the sun. Spray both sides. This works in minutes and will give a patchy uneven blend of slight tones differences.
Buy a $5 pair of denim to test on first.
Rinse and spin twice in machine when you're done
I just recently bleached my jeans, and they turned out extremely well.
This is me >>9626482 , and they look even less saturated irl
what i did was fill a bucket with lukewarm water, add 1 liter of bleach (i guess the total of the bucket was ~10Liters
Put the jeans inside, and let them sit 2-4 hours.
They will look like nothing happened to them when they're wet, but once they dry, you will see the effect, so don't leave them too much.
theres one problem with a bleach soak, any fold or crease with retain the original colour and you'll end up with a dirty big line over your finished soak
Think how Thai dyes were done with knots same principle.
Laying flat and spraying allows bleaching in increments with lower risk of undyed patches
Just a tip for a really valued fit hit it with peroxide after. It will deactivate the bleach. The chlorine in bleach will shorten the life by over half of some garments depending on fabric.
So when you've done really good work you want to soak a little bit just to prolong the fits use
do you consider $160 "very very cheap"?
lol it's chinese knock off
i will probably cop tho idc
Any idea where do get pants similar to these? These are a pair of the 'Stretch Twill 5 Pocket Pant' from American Apparel but unfortunately they have none left in my size (and I've heard very mixed things about AA pants). I just really like the color, it's like an extremely pale sky blue.
THE NAUSEATING VOICE OF KOISHI REVEALED IN THIS MEDICALLY CAPTIVATING VOCAROO, RARE, MUST LISTEN
not an attractive look but probably just 2nxtlvl4me
going to cop a repro of this 1977 sears one-piece. i think i'm man enough.