Anyone got some inspo? I want to go for minimal
I really like white tops for some reason.
Monochrome is the most minimal, right? Black and white aren't colors; they're shades.
I don't know why she's shrugging, because her backpack is insanely cool.
Yeah, it's basic, but not ordinary.
Ordinary clothes look like this
As a bass player I implore you to leave Rickenbacker alone
But the typewriter made me cringe. Minimalist do not typewriters. Or old-fashioned cameras. Or sacks. Even books are becoming obsolete
everybody knows that most bass players are beta af
I have a Fender, pleb six-stringer
>wee let's just hit all the strings with a pick and hope it sounds good
>implying /fa/ doesn't have a hilarious misconceptions of what qualifies as good clothing
>implying those of us who live modest lives cannot learn to tailor our clothes to our own needs
>implying I aspire to be a bourgeoisie capitalist swine and that streetwear worn by african american hip hop artists and spoilt autistic children is at all relevant to me in any way
A quality poster would have posted this instead.
Ignore >>9271778. Norse is average and Acne is about the same as Uniqlo. For actual quality sweatshirts, I would recommend Reigning Champ and Wings + Horns. There are also Japanese companies like Buzz Rickson and The Strike Gold that make them with ancient machines for half a thousand dollars a sweatshirt, but they're not inherently better than those made with modern production methods.
loopwheeled cotton is actually a lot better than you give it credit for. i have a friend still wearing a six year old graphic sweat from buzz and the only wear is some cracking on the print and some minor discolouration, it's about as plush and substantial as cotton is going to get. the machines that knit this cotton are so incredibly slow because the only inbuilt tension is that of gravity.
you can pick up buzz rickson or samurai sweatshirts from as little as $140
The quality of the print has nothing to do with the fabric being loopwheeled though, does it? Of course, you expect a certain level of quality when you fork out that much money for just a basic sweatshirt. There is a reason why most manufacturers don't make loopwheeled garments any more, and it is not just because it's time consuming. If it were truly better quality, you would still see high end/luxury labels selling them. Regular fleece is just as good for most people, unless you have a special interest in the vintage designs and manufacturing.
mention of the print was just emphasizing how well the cotton itself held up with heavy usage across a number of years. loopwheeled cotton definitely has its advantages over fleece and terry but the process is so glacially slow that there's little point in production it over one of them when profit is concerned, this is why you only see specialty brands producing it. it'll wick sweat easily as well as terry but the knit will retain its structure a lot better over time. there's also the matter of the lack of sideseams on loopwheeled pieces, i think it's a little bit of a gimmick but people claim it'll fit the body better.