No leather, no synthetics, no problem
Thread for comfortable clothes that breathe for any season. No core's no waves, just getting as comfy as possible with high quality and durable pieces.
it feels really nice to just drape a good piece of cloth over your shoulders and just you know.. relax
I saw it on etsy, but it's already been purchased sadly
Very good. Any ideas where to find good cotton and linen? It is really hard
Also, where can I find thin scarves for spring? Like, not shawls, but actual scarves. Are there any good sites for it? The common brands do not offer simple and thin stuff
is anyone actually checking this out or should I stop? I know a lot of these photos and pieces aren't the epitome of /fa/ or anything..
I hate the wearer, but I love the piece.
cool, I like to keep a nice casual thread. Glad you're entertained.
I made an exception for them because they piqued my comfort interests
Jan I love you, please come back. I realize that I'm not blameless here. Please.
What shoes are pretty comfy? I haven't posted any sandals yet, you got anything?
who is this guy? I've had this photo for awhile, since my last computer even. Never thought to look into it.
pieces that aren't so form fitting or obviously designed towards a demographic does that make it easier for anyone to wear it?
what I'm really asking, is could I wear these trousers as a guy and it would still look alright?
the only thing nicer than this tunic, are the flattering things the fruit is telling her.
shaking things up a little bit with another foray into interior design. Keep it comfy ya'll
yeah I don't know if I could. Oh well
that means more to me than you know. After posting all these pictures and just a fleck of others participating, it feels a bit like a labor of futility in getting others to think about different fabrics and talk about how they use them.
perhaps I'm bleeding romantic. here's some fisherman pants on a lady to clear the air.
Nah I was digging pretty deep through Japanese webstores trying to find a particular pair of (extremely sold out) Days&Day Craft socks
saw that pic on a webstore and reposted it in a palewave thread about a year ago
hmm, I was very into palewave when it first started creeping up but realized I couldn't pull it off so that's probably where I grabbed it haha. Good find though hombre!
Well the lightweight is all about the fabric you use. Linen is very light weight and so is cotton when done the right way.
to not look like a "hippie, or an indian" you might want to define what looking like that means.
There are some regular cut pants here and a few linen shirts that don't stand out TOO much and could probably be coupled with other pieces to get a relatively "normal" fit.
How well the the clothing breathes is also part of lightness, cotton is kinda weak in that department, whereas wool and linen are great.
Honestly synthetic materials are excellent for summer because of their lightness and breathability.
Purely natural materials are more of a spring/fall thing for me.
Also this thread reminds me of Kapital a lot so people who enjoy this or are interested in this kinda 'look' should check it oou.
new rick collection with 2004 mall goth cargos look pretty comfy
check out the Prana sutra pants and shorts, if you want some super comfy airy bottoms. yoga inspired. theyre made of hemp and organic cotton, come in a lot of diff colors. i think theyre on sale right now too.
none of these pieces are particularly high end, most of these pictures I found on etsy. I don't know the quality of most of them I just used them for inspo. Some are expensive, some are inexpensive. A lot of it is handmade (by the Chinese kek).
but yeah, etsy.com if you know where to look, and are willing to take a risk.
it's called linen
shoes are palladiums I'm almost certain
like I said, etsy.com to cop
as far as embracing the comfort you're going to have to abandon a lot of notions of what you think is /fa/ because if you don't already know what sort of thing suits your body when it comes to wearing oversized clothing it's going to be hard. My suggestion to you is to be comfortable first. Find clothes you find light and breathable in the summer, and thick and insulated in the winter, and then spring and summer find something in between.
A BIG FACTOR ABOUT WEARING THIS IS TO BE IN SHAPE. If you're trying to wear clothing like this to hide your size (and not for comfort like you're supposed to) you're going to be sadly disappointed because it's very obvious.
I might come back in a week or two with another thread with this stuff, because I'm going to try diving into actual shops and not an online thrift store for my next one.
I'd also like to move more into synthetics.
If anyone has anymore nice canvas shoes to add to the thread please do!