Ayyy, that infographic only represents a small scope
maybe just think about it:
example - look at the 2010 pair, does everyone dress like that now?
ridciulous! of course not
if this is the case, what would make you think that the rest of those are a good example of their respective timelines?
can you give me a break!
also we were only around since the late 1700s so this picture doesnt make sense?
>2148, not wearing armor 24/7
Can't wait for 1600s fashion to come back in style so I can get my Captain Hook sweg on
Not wearing the superior roman toga
Do you guys really not realize it's going to be a sick fit onesie? You can project your personality into it by having it be either grim dark navy / olive or have it be bright yellow/pink with circles and shit. Personally I'll be rocking vaporwave Asthetics such as this (pic) on a white onesie. Paired with a yellow fannybag and a teal scouter (Google glass will become DBZ scouters) I will look fucking bangin
>that shit resolution
Togas are actually complained about by Roman politicians. They were clumsy and uncomfortable, because one arm had to be up all the time to hold it together. They were only worn for formal reasons.
im kinda fucking delusional but I believe I'll be alive when I can transport my mind into a suit of armor and have tissue on the outside to look however i want.
Women are already wearing leggings as fucking pants. I predict transparent leggings. Because it's the only way they can be sluttier now.
15th century was the real deal. Check those damn aesthetics.
The OP-image is 100% incorrect though.
>tfw Butlerian Jihad
>can't post on /fa/ because thinking machines
>just sitting here in my decrepit mudbrick house - no one will see my sick Museum-Fremen fits but the God Emperor
>see qt Fish Speaker
>pls be on Arrakis
Pic related, modern fashion according to OP's pic.