/fa/ doesn't know shit about fashion.
Rule #1 of fashion - The way you dress is the way you market yourself to the opposite sex.
Take a look at the pic. The young man looks approachable and respectable. BUT OH NOES - HE'S WEARING A GRAPHIC TEE+BLAZER!
Looking like this, the man will get more pussy than all of you put together (btw, I'm taking about ATTRACTIVE women here, nerdy artsy fugly virgin girls don't count :-))
I love how you guys complain about girls not wanting to sit next to you on buses. Have you ever wondered why that is? It's because you look like you're fucking 30. It's creepy.
My advice to you: STOP TRYING SO HARD. I'm not saying everybody go buy ironic tees, Lacoste polos, Hollister sweaters and cargo pants. When you're out shopping, don't think what /fa/ would think. Buy clothes that YOU are comfortable with. Don't feel like wearing a scarf with your peacoat? Don't wear it then. Want to wear light jeans and a graphic tee? Go right ahead.
Just remember - if girls don't want to sit next to you on buses, YOU'RE DOING SOMETHING WRONG!
> When you're out shopping, don't think what /fa/ would think. Buy clothes that YOU are comfortable with.
Just bee yourself
i dont agree, its fun mixing both grafic + blazer
if you're going for "dorky silicon valley semiprofessional" or "i make tons of bucks off my patreon but am lowkey about it", sure. but you have to have a fair amount of charisma to carry it
shut the fuck up man, we can dress however we want.
The way you want us dress is conformity and shows no fucking sense of style. Just basic "following the rules of fashion" shit. That's why most the shit on mfa looks boring.
/fa/ doesn't really consist of following the rules, we tend to focus more on aesthetics and different styles.
I pull them off quite well with light coloured graphic t-shirts. The best ones are when they are almost mono coloured.
This works also well for not looking too tryhard when you are young and going somewhere formal like a meeting (that or just wear a jeans).
The only shirts this don,t work with are metal t-shirts. Well I do that sometimes with my Iron Maiden t-shirt when it's not too warm in the summer but I don't give a damn if it's for casual occasions..
I'm 34 you smarmy little fart (and you will be 30 some day too)
OP, it's apparent you've been a /fa/ reader for no more than several minutes. But by all means, create a fictitious /fa/ stereotype and then give advice to it. In a writing style suitable for a high school newspaper.
im think its still cool with a band t-shit, i do it very occasionally at dinner w/ friends or something
pic related but of course not a guns and roses t-shirt
>not sure if troll or retard
I see these shitlords all over campus.
Ahh hur dur
>Muh scruffy beard
>Muh gelled hair
>Muh quintessential MFA guy
News flash, I don't want to dress for other people and I definitely don't want to attract the bitches that like these kind of guys. And spoiler alert: I dress for myself, not you.
>gets lain 'cause teacup-mode
Daft Punk are literally Playing at his House!
some dumb fucker who threw on a trip is really going to disregard generations of fashions evolution and progress and say
"naw trust me, you just gotta pull bitches"
he is wasting my threads, please leave room for more natty thread OP
Almost everybody in WAYWT looks like shit yet everybody thinks they're a fashion genius. The outfits that look normalish but cool are hated on the most but everyone tells people to dress like cartoon villains.
Even if this is pasta this is correct.
what the fuck is this post even about? what if the way i dress and the way im comfortable with does make me look older? im not looking for weak people to associate with, and i never bus, i don't think some girl will just "magically" appear in my benz, your mom maybe..
>The way you dress is the way you market yourself to the opposite sex.
Since I'm already in a relationship with a girl who cares more about my personality than my shoes I don't feel like this is much of an issue for me.
Thinking back to previous gfs though, the way I dressed may have been a way of marketing myself to the kind of female I wanted to meet. Sure, I probably attracted fewer girls wearing Yohji, but the ones I did attract were the ones I was actually interested in.
>Rule #1 of fashion - The way you dress is the way you market yourself to the opposite sex
There are way too many self-improvement, no gf virgins on this site that saturate various boards (/fit/ and /fa/ especially). These activities go beyond your interest in edging out some sort of social or relationship-oriented ineptitudes you have in life. Some people want to wear more abstract, design-oriented clothing because of a genuine interest in fashion as an art. Not everyone looks at a piece of clothing and thinks, 'wow maybe if I wear this i'll finally get a gf.' Most people can do that without adopting abstract hobbies.