Do you wear otaku relates clothes? Any accesory like phone cases?
This doesn't exist, or rather, it shouldn't exist, unless maybe you're a fashion otaku, which is something that only exists in Japan. Unless >>14686293 somehow manages to qualify.
In general people pay a lot more attention to how they dress in Japan.
I met an old friend from highschool last christmas, he dressed identically to the stereotypical otaku, down to the tucked shirt and backpack.
He also has mild downs syndrome.
It left me thinking that some people actually dress like that.
Not like am any better, I wear my hair like the long hair dude in pic.
this desu senpai but its a bit too girly for me
and im not a hoodie kind of guy
>where can i buy a subtle touhou t-shirt?
Cargo pants, sandals, shorts, tees. When I first saw these pics years ago I was tempted to tell my friends their "style" was worshiped on a certain imageboard.
Perhaps one day you /fa/ teens will realize these attires are extremely common in asia, i.e, what average adolescents wear on a day to day basis. They only look dazzling in these photos because the people posing are attractive and the photography is clean, crisp and/or over-filtered.
But who am I kidding, you kids just want to latch onto whatever trends that make you feel different, be it hailing nerdy style from the east as "x-core", wearing leggings under shorts, and referring to anime as a cool kids' hobby.
Just like how in the past there were gothsemo and recently hipster.
I'm not a fan of the itaota ideology, but I still buy wear and merchandise from my favorite producers besides their games. So I veer to more subtle things.
I guess the most conspicuous thing I have is this, even though both artworks occupy about 20% of the whole shirt.
But I did buy some Touhou games on amazon, and the store gave me free stuff as a gift. A small towel with Reimu on it, a small bag with Reimu on it, can badges of various 2hu characters.
But I'm too socially awkward to use such things.
I wish there was a list/gallary of all of them. I dont know if they have badges of characters I like more, but I would like to see all the different badges and probably collect them.
>I do but I don't want to be abused for posting them.
You're going to be abused anyway, even moreso when you're such a fag you actually care what people on here say.
So what if they call you a fag? Everyone gets called a faggot or told to kill themselves at one point or another on here.
Does anyone know a site that will print copyrighted stuff on a shirt for you? Every site I've tried declined me for copyright infringement. I'm just asking for one damn shirt with my waifu on it, fuck!
I don't have the materials for it. Whenever I get a design in mind that I want to make, I'm demotivated by not having materials to hand, and give up after 20 minutes looking online for emulation solution and silkscreen DIY guides.
Is it not logical that true otaku should want to look like cute 2D characters? Even if requires working like hell to buy nice clothes and pay for plastic surgery.
Just appreciating beauty from the sidelines is so secondary, you have to give back
Where did you take that idea from?
Why try to be something which you can never be?
Otaku usually withdraw themselves from reality so they can spend more time with their obsessions.
Well, maybe you were just being sarcastic and I didn't get it, so I'll rather stop here.
No, my mother borrowed me a thick sweater with a cute bear on it though. Don't need anything but underwear and the occasional thick clothing since /jp/sies can't pay the bills. Heating can be expensive if you can't handle the cold that well.