>spending more than $10 on any part of your outfit
I guess that's cool if you're a total fuccboi that doesn't have anything to do besides dress like you're in a catalog.
Spent $13 today on a kick ass jacket, 3 hats, 6 shirts, and a pair of vans.
Sorry, that was intentional.
I like to have fun.
Bumping my own thread, I'll admit it.
I'm going on a national tour soon, anyone know any cool thrift stores that we can stop at?
your fit honestly doesn't look good and i get the entire thrift thing
i used to do this a couple years ago until i realized its gross and the majority of the shit you get isn't even good. you justify buying it because its so cheap.
shit never fits, stinks, you can tell when something is thrifted and idk man
Just bought this cardigan the other day for like 3 bucks.
I've been complemented on my own style plenty of times. I honestly believe some of my fits are pretty nice (obviously the op was not), I wash my clothes after buying them and avoid even slightly gross shit. I like to hear actual criticism though, thanks for the advice.
The only thing that I have bought that smelled even a little bit was a Leather Jacket, so I've been pretty lucky.
Bought this sweater and Denim button up in the same trip so I pretty stoked about that. You can't really tell from the picture but its a pretty nice cable knit.
$32.99 Marc Anthony brand new, got it for $2
dis some good thrift. yeah, smell usually isn't a problem for me either.
any potential in the hat is neutralized by awful t shirt.
these cardigans are shaped weird as frig, give off a mad "lol so thrifted" vibe
i'm only razzin u cause its the internet. i love a fellow thrifter.
may i ask what percentage of ur wardrobe is thrifted?
just that and 2 button ups (ones in pic related and other is a RL green red flannel)
One of the best finds of my life, a pair of Ann Demeulemeester sneakers for $25.
I wasn't such a fan of the extra material that essentially turned them into a "boot". I've since altered them into a standard High-top.
What they look like now, a much more versatile shoe imo.
Thanks! Ahh the CP's will be fine, superficially they're great. It's just the interior of the heel needs some work.
It actually didn't need any sewing thankfully. The extra material was just attached with a single stitch so I just unpicked that (the wrapped laces cover the stitch lines). Then cut the tongue to the correct height using high-top cons as a template.
Pic related is my second favorite find, a pair of Crockett & Jones boots for $10.
if those are all your shoes in the background then you should stop buying ten dollar items and just buy one pair of decent shoes.
you are in the consumer trap still buying lots of stuff but justifying by spending lots of $10
no different to spending lots on one outfit.
I'm confused, are you saying that Ann Demeulemeester and Crockett & Jones do not make "decent shoes?" If that's the case then that would be just about the most stupid thing I've ever read.
Are you saying you would've left either of these shoes behind?
Punk roadie :^)
We're planning a diy tour from Ohio to cali and back. When we finish booking we'll have a donation and info thread on /mu/.
I thrift every other week when I get my paycheck, spend like $25 for some awesome pieces. Not into catalog shit. If anyone is looking for good quality authentic looking flannels, thrift is the way to go. Also, some awesome corduroys to be found. + t shirts that are one of a kind and sweaters/cardigans that smell bad
Class of 2000 shirt mentioned earlier, some illuminate shit.
Just googled him, looks like a cool dude. Thanks for bringing that to my attention, guess I'll have to give away all my clothes and start from scratch huh.
Skater fits have changed significantly recently
More fa sponsored skaters have become more popular and everyone tries to achieve their aesthetic while all normies may either praise or think oddly of them, but in reality they all look like shit because they really have no idea about clothes and believe that they must cop every supreme piece because it's "fashion by skaters, for skaters"
shirt - $2
jeans - $4
georgio armani belt - $2
vans odlskools - $4
being poor - priceless
>someone actually bought new old skools, new pants that don't fit them right, and some shitty thrifted clothes thinking they'd fool someone into thinking "oh wow I spent $10 for this look ;^)"
Nigger I had a black hat with an anti-nazi patch sewn onto it with fucking dental floss. I had more complements on that fucking hat than anything else I've ever owned. You can be creative as all fuck but it doesn't mean shit if you don't fucking apply yourself. You literally have no reason not to try.
this is the cap i thrifted for like $4
pretty lame and you can see the logo is peeling off
also got a roll of paracord (i think it's paracord) for $2
it was plastic wrapped but i peeled it off
probably going to make bracelets
and not wear them because they look autistic