>always wear hoodie/jeans/sneakers
>be in boring relationship, got fat, days just go by
>decide to end this after five years
Five months passed, lost 15kg already and feel like I need to change something more than just get /fit/
I've read sticky, read /fa/ infographics, bought nice fitting chinos, jeans, shirts and cardigans
The thing I'm least sure are shoes. I've been always wearing converses/sneakers in summer and outdoor boots during winter
Pic related what I've chosen for starters, opinions?
Also how should I match footwears' color? With the belt is obvious answer but what else
it doesn't work that way. you get taste with experience mostly. you can a pick a style you like and pick and chose from that to see what works, but you don't just "get" taste.
seems like a safe choice OP, but, imo I would have chosen more color neutral shoes, but that's just me,
Could you post some color neutral shoes examples?
Got question, what colors should I wear to match 3?
1 and 2 are obvious but sole's color makes it complicated for me
I'm just starting anon, told already I've been wearing hoodie my whole life
Time will come for high fashion, now I want to get basics right
You could try to match them with neutrals (grey, black, other browns, dark blue I think?, beige) and see what works best.
Then you could google search on colour schematics, there are good resusults.
I don't own any brown shoes tho.
im not even that dude who you first replied to, but there are brands that make great shoes
but thats not even my point, my point is people like you always complain about designer fashion saying it looks stupid and unfashionable, yet you hardly even know any of the stuff that is out there, your knowledge of designer fashion literally consists of rick, raf and slp and even then your knowledge of those brands is superficial
you arent interested in fashion, you literally just aim to have the most watered down, basic clothing because you are afraid to do something different to anyone else
Whenever you post stuff like this of /fa/ they will deride it for being dadcore or "mfa."
In real life, there is litterally nothing wrong with those things- the only flaw is that they're somewhat common, and the general goal of /fa/ fashion is to be unique based on clothing. OP, you ought to dress however you want as long as it looks relatively clean and not ugly- you ought to focus more on being an interesting person if you want people to like you.
The thing about infographics are, they mostly cover how to look 'socially acceptable', they mostly cover contemporary casual fashion, how young adult should dress in the context of classic menswear and modern culture and environment.
And if that's all you are aiming for, those are good and you could just follow these, maybe check out reddit MFA (not joking), they'll have decent advice.
You should just think what it is what you want to do with your style and say with your clothing and go by that, /fa/ tends to shit on everything that doesn't fit their narrow as fuck view of what is trendy right now.
Sounds like you are on the right track though, keep it up!
if you're willing to drop some dollar, grab some nice boots e.g.. Viberg, Wolverine, Grenson. But probably not Red wings (solid quality but you should go for a slimmer, lower profile boot to avoid the whole lumberjack thing). if you wanna step it up (no pun) Guidi's are something to look into, but might not be the vibe you're doing with the rest of the wardrobe (tip, it should be)