Seriously? We all know the answer to this question. They were one of the most evil empires ever but they were effay as fuck. I'm an anarcho-commie and even I can admit that.
Yeah, I agree. They have my vote too. I was really just wanting to get a discussion on military fashion going, because a lot of good fashion items have come from war times.
perhaps I have poor tastes but I think these guys were p cool.
>They were one of the most evil empires
>I'm an anarcho-commie
that pin roll.
looks pretty comfy senpai.
The Bush War was mostly stick-fighting...
30 years from now everyone will talk about how effay they were
>tfw we will never have modern day crusaders dressed in all white fighting them
>most evil empires ever but they were effay as fuck. I'm an anarcho-commie and even I can admit that.
Fuck off you commie marxist cunt. Stalin massacred many more under that poisonous regime
Varangian Guard. (Russo-Swedish bodyguards to the Byzantine Emperor)
Imperial Mamluk Guard. (Egyptian guard of Napoleon)
1930-38 regulation Japanese Imperial Army
Hugo Boss was only a subcontractor, Karl Diebitsch did the actual designing for the M32. It's not reaaaaally a military uniform though, it was paramilitary SS uniforms for peacetime and for actual combat training they wore field grey or linen drillich uniforms, and after 37 the M32s were phased out in favor of fieldgrey M37s. The leftovers were later given to the Dutch and also modified to be used as SchuMa (eastern police recruited from locals to root out bandits and jews) uniforms.
i love the Great War British uniforms. simple, functional, and understated
This, literally Nazgul tier.
Probably designed by Rick.
>Repurposed Coke bottle
That DIY aesthetic, 10/10
Dude, cangaceiro-core is where it's at.
Based France, making themselves easier to spot
There was probably a suicidal nature behind it, therefore it is effay
there's not many pictures out there, so tubby-reenactor is the best I can do, but Japanese winter uniform is underrated.
The SS ofc. The romans and greeks too were cool. Too bad we cant have the same kind of pictures of them as we do of the nazis
you literally have to just scroll down to see that he made it himself
As evil and fucked as the Nazi's were, the almost modern and strong/defined clothing style is something i always found impressive. They looked really bold and powerful.
>I'm an anarcho-commie
What brand fedora do you wear?
I think we all know who the real winners of fashion are
>inb4 w2c giant green helmet
60% of it is DDR-core. I read his blog and I'm from Germany.
Besides, some of his pics are hilarious off. Like the one you posted.
>skinny modern city-boy cosplaying a ww2 soldier
>pants are 4 times the size of his legs
so is he
> Easier to spot
Once the uniforms were dirty, they were difficult to see, at least as difficult as everyone else's. Back in the days of line warfare, uniforms were bright so officers could more easily distinguish who was winning and order troops more efficiently
desu family im in love with 1907. you can tell some Balmain stuff is inspired by that ww1 german aesthetic
as a warrior group, the cossacks obviously
Dont listen to them , i quite like the Irish uniforms
Pirates without boats are butpirates, just saying
Nah man, Knoch is cool. That specific picture is just him having some costume fun. /fa/ and /co/ used to have a little overlap. Knoch embodies that for me, even though he came a little later than that.
Except that's not true. Historical records and letters home from soldiers in World War One directly link the color of the french uniforms to increased casualties. The Germans had more drab outfits and were described as having disappeared into the fog on the battlefields.
just want to say that Crye is the Rick Owen's of modern military uniforms
#cryeordie is worth it. sexy, never fucking rips. status symbol
tolstoy's russian drole was pretty /fa/ (in adaptations)
the bbc just came out with an adaptation of war and peace
but being a russian oligarch in the mid-late 19th c.must have been interesting
i don't think there's really anything that beats ww2 nazi-germany's aesthetics (now neofolk), but russian soldiers dressed pretty neatly too (i have a srs gas-mask bias), looking all sexy in their gas masks n shit. even bought one myself. you know, just in case.
>As evil and fucked as the Nazi's were
uhh.. clearly you missed the point of what he does. he's not doing cosplay or battle reenactment, he's just borrowing from the style and repurposing milsurp garments because he appreciates their construction/versatility/silhouette etc.
How come no one has talked about the panty dropper known as Dress Blues
The guys from the empire in the galactic civil war were always looking sharp