Can I pay someone to pick out non-autistic outfits for me? It's so damn hard.
You literally just need to buy a pair of non-autist shoes. Then add a non-colorful T-shirt, a pair of blue regular (not too baggy) jeans, and a non-colorful sweatshirt. Buy these from an average, non-hipster, popular store.
It's that easy you fucktard.
t. friendless virgin
Buying plain clothes is too hard?
Jeans should have no ass pocket drawings, seams should be of the same color of the jeans or simply darker, the darker the better, Get shoes that have almost nothing on them, black shoes preferably since they'll get dirty, no slip-in shoes, always laces
Zip-up hoodies are more effay generally than pull-ups
also dont wear anything that has a fucking logo on it except if you're at a hockey game or some garbage
if you dont want to be a fag dont wear skinny jeans
go buy nike running shoes
cargo shorts/basketball shorts
any t shirt that isnt completely autistic
and dont ever wear a unbuttoned short/long sleeve unless its polo with a plain colored t shirt under
just dont wear stupid baggy jeans or denim shorts and i mean you look complete normie after that
are you fat?
get some tims khakis and a white tshirt
basketball shoes track pants/khakis
the ONLY time you should be wearing a hat if its hot outside and you're in shorts with your shirt off, or your gonna look like a fucktard
Jean, T-shirt, socks, whatever shoes are on sale at Wal-Mart.
It's not hard to dress like a normie. You just have to accept that you'll look boring and will never stand out. That's the idea, to be boring. Normies are so boring. If you act boring and pretend to be a normie long enough, you will eventually become one.
heres a nice minimalist, not too show-off look
I've gotten laid in a ripped up Darkthrone tshirt. You're fine, anon.
What about something like this?
im a girl so I don't know a lot about guys fashion ;_;
holy fuck is this as bad as /fa/ really is?
Fuck here's a simple guide.
>Get fit so you look good first off
>Good looking simple jeans, not baggy, not faggy skinny jeans
>Well fitting polo shirts
>Nice pair of brown dress boots
IT'S THAT FUCKING SIMPLE CHRIST.
If you wears sneakers and jeans, or anything besides shorts or sweatpants, and you're not currently in the midle of a run or sports game, those are autism shoes.
Doesn't matter what the color or brand is.
why am I responding to this bait
trying to hard
I honestly believe it looks nice but doesn't fit in our rules of our society.
>those jean shorts
>so many accesories
either its sunny and you cant see, or its cold.
It's like mixing summer and winter. tf
Dressing like this got me the most pussy (5) in my entire life.
It's not autism if you impress other idiots from the same clique that dress in the same way.
If you're skinny or fit, here's how to not look autistic. This generally falls into that "comfortable/ endearing person to be around" look so you'll have to make sure you don't have resting bitch face and emit welcoming/ calm feelings.
So many autism shoes IT
Here's a pair of Clarks Desert Boots that go with almost anything. I've gotten several compliments from random women on these bad boys
i-is it ok to wear running shoes when you're not running?
why are they called running shoes? i thought it was autistic to wear running every day.
Fucking hell, these outfit threads always make me laugh...
I really, REALLY want to retire my metalhead clothes but I just don't know how to put any other sort of outfit together, and if I'm going to look like a loser I might as well wear something that lets me identify with other losers.
It depends man.
When I got my first big boy office job I went downtown to my city's big department store where I had an in-house specialist take my measurements and make brand suggestions for free.
Even though I bought everything off the sales/clearance rack it was still pretty fucking expensive. I wouldn't expect the same treatment if you're looking at jeans and flannel at H&M.
If you're still a student or working a non-dress up job I'd recommend studying up on fashion a bit.
This is one of those areas where a little goes a long way. Men who focus too much on looking good tend to look terrible whereas men who put in a small amount of effort tend to look good.
Focus on fit above all else.
Then material and patterns. Your goal isn't to stand out per se but to fit in while appearing a little higher quality than the other men around you.
Go to JC pennys and get a couple of jeans that fit snugly. Not skinny jeans but they should follow the lines of your body and you should be able to wear them without a belt (if you want a belt to enhance your appearance or to make your jeans fit a little better that's fine too- you'll pretty much have to if you're fit like me and have a small waist to giant thighs ratio going on).
Depending on how warm it is/ how formal you want to dress go for (Well-fitting- again this is key. Everything needs to fit WELL before all else) t-shirts in solid, neutral colors, flannel, button downs and sweaters.
Cut your hair short- some men can pull off long hair. You're probably not one of them.
Shave. Brush your teeth. Don't be gross. If you have acne fucking deal with it. Proactiv works, acutane works, generic drug store shit may or may not work. You'll have to do some trial and error there.
>be 30 year old manchild who used to dress like
>go through a Tapout/Affliction phase in the late 2000s
>90% of all shirts that I own are bands shirts or meme shirts
>decide to go buy proper clothes like the adult that I'm supposed to be
>go to the mall
>spend a few hundred dollars
>feel good about myself
>wait for the bus
>look into my bags
>realize that everything I bought STILL has skulls and spikes and barbed wire on it
every god damn time
-Actually measure yourself
-buy clothes based on your measurements
-get clothes that are easy to mix and match like memochrome
-get ok tier jeans like Levi
-don't wear super colorful or chunky white autist shoes
It's really that simple, dressing like a non-autist takes like an hour of research and making sure you aren't wearing clothes 2 sizes bigger than yourself
Lady Beard is better
Lately, yeah. BM's new album sounds like it's going to be shit. Even Death Rabbits have been more creative.
The only time in my life I've actually had women approach me (not Stacies but realistically maybe 6/10s on average, a couple more like 8/10) was when I was so depressed I gave no shits and went full autism:
-baggy, DIY-cutoff jean shorts with holes
-bright colored graphic tees
-basketball shoes with socks
-no haircut for a year
Got a new job an started dressing normally, get nothing now.
>tfw keep getting praises at work with this shit
It can't be this easy right?
DON'T GO TO /FA/
Literally no one on there knows how to dress themselves and just copy whatever is popular at the moment, even if it means looking like a retard. Tips in thread are pretty on point for the most part
>20 years since this show came on
>he was dressing like an autist before the autistic clothing meme even existed
I'd go with something a little more subdued
This is what I dress like. No one has ever said anything bad about my outfit.
Go with basics for pants and tops.
Well fitting jeans and a crewneck sweatshirt are always a good combo.
Experiment with the shoes and Jacket. Eg. Boots in winter, sneakers in summer.
Pic related: good basic winter fit. Swap out the flektarn parka for a unicolor olive one to remove the edgy factor.
maybe that means people have always thought dressing that way was autistic. I mean, i don't need to tell you Shinji is the definition of an aspie
[/spoiler]school outfits and high, tiny waists are two of my fetishes so I like it, don't tell nobody[/spoiler]
>Jeans should have no ass pocket drawings,
How in the fuck did that ever get popular? Isn't there a person reviewing what the fucking pants look like? In my day they only did that shit on women's jeans desu. Last time I was in tjmaxx I had to double check I was in the right fucking section.
is pic related autistic? it looks good to me. please let me buy it. ;_;
My opinion on watches is that they shouldn't look to bulky like your. I think the ones with simplistic design like pic related. But it's up to you if you want to buy that thing.
This isn't what I wear so much as my goal of what I want to be wearing
>whatever shoes are on sale at Wal-Mart
>If you wears sneakers and jeans, or anything besides shorts or sweatpants, and you're not currently in the midle of a run or sports game, those are autism shoes.
>I don't understand what autism shoes are but this is my very best guess and I am posting it - the post.
Oh dear. If you cannot see the difference between the shoes in >>25797174 and normal casual sneakers and runners like flyknits, then you do suffer from undiagnosed autism.
>kind of want a nice jacket
>not cold enough here to warrant buying a nice jacket
>continue wearing my ~$10 walmart jacket that does the trick or occasionally my thicker ~$15 or ~$20 (don't remember) walmart jacket
What about these ones ?
REmember, clothes must fit you well
Please, no baggy.
This is a shit tryhard normie outfit
It's like a cross of the hipster/emo outfit,girls eat this shit up though. If you can pull off this look than all the emo/goth girls will drop their panties so fast.
It helps that this guy is already chad tier so he can pull off this look, if he was to dress like a regular chad he'd probably get girls anyway.
Nobody dresses more autistic than I do, check pic related.
I don't really wear the tie anymore because even I could tell people were looking at me funny and it made me anxious.
My pants are too long in the legs, I have to cuff them. I'm not gonna go spend hundreds of dollars to replace all my pants, that's bullshit, the pairs I have still have years to go
I tried looking up "casual chinos" and and first suggestion was "casual chinos reddit"
They might just live in the midwest, which is about the same.
Hemming pants costs like $10 at a tailor or you could just do it yourself or buy pants that fit in the first place.
>the pairs I have still have years to go
>mfw autists actually think the cheap clothes they buy should last for years and years
>mfw autists can't comprehend simple things like having their pants legs hemmed if they're manlets.
>They might just live in the midwest, which is about the same.
Fair call. I always think the guys who angrily defend autism shoes must live somewhere like Ohio
I know you arent necessarily trying to be unique but I see those on a good 45% of people in the fall and winter where I live
When groups of girls all wear those with beige boots they look like mentally challenged gangs
I'm not intellectually disabled, in fact, I am quite the opposite. I have had processional IQ testing done multiple times and each time my IQ is above 130. Multiple psychiatrists have told me that my IQ scores are actually lower then my actual intelligence due to my disabilities.
How about these?
this guy's got real autism shoes, jesus christ
I wasn't disputing that, in fact, no one had even said that I was dressed like an Autistic until you.
I was disputing his insinuation that I was Intellectually Disabled which means someone with an IQ below 70. Which I clearly am not.
imo with the outfit you posted, as cliche as it is, a nice pair of black skinnies would be best. maybe a slim fit if skinnies aren't your thing. that type of trouser doesn't match the style of the outfit
Those are casual yuppie shoes, get your shit together
Anyone dressing like that is presenting to the world that they have issues. Your issues are very clearly that you are autistic and have no ability to comprehend people in any way other than literally.
That does sound nice
also the belt I typically wear was handmade in the 70s, which is why I didn't include it. it's pink with an pale orange stripe through the middle. Should I get rid of it? I like having a little color in my outfit but I could see how it might throw everything off
Ignore all these fags op. /fit/ fag who only comes here to laugh at /r9k/.
I say go to a mall, or whatever you Americans call it
Try follow some casual looking teens into a store that sells clothes. Don't do it creepily you fag, just do it casual. If anything put on an accent and ask a group of them where to buy nice clothes, say you're from England and they have no fashion sense so you need to be pointed in the right direction.
If you aren't fat and you're bellow 35 I'd say
Plain shirt, not a polo, a tshirt. From the same store.
Navy blue is a good choice, White is good, black if you're tall.
Shoes, again depending on your age, anything from Nike SB to some nice enough dress shoes.
No hat, work on your hair.
Wear long black socks, white socks will do.
Same store again
Light blue jeans, not baggy at all, not skinny.
Same shirt as before.
Get a black zip up hoodie with no other aesthetics, a grey one will maybe do.
If you're the buisness type, which you aren't because you're on r9k asking this question so I won't even bother.
if you're fat lose weight
>being this completely unaware but making up a bunch of shit and posting it
How am I making it up? That's what I've seen/heard from tons of people, also that's how I view it as well.
/r9k/, do I dress autistic? I usually wear
Black metal band shirts
Plain or striped sweaters/jumpers that are dark or mute colors
Flannel (usually dark, mute, or earthy colors, no gay generic red and black bullshit, except for one plaid coat I own)
Plaid hoodie with very dark colors
Dark green winter coat
Grey/black or grey blue jeans that arent too baggy or too tight
Black or dark green sneakers, sometimes generic tan Timberland boots
That's what I usually wear, is it autistic?
Baggy clothes on skeletron body doesn't work. It makes you look like a dork. You can however work with it.
Nah b things go in cycles and ur on the loser end of the cycle... Because retards have caught onto skinny not blue jeans now all the cool (not /fa/ actually fashionable people) kids don't wear that shit
>stalk some kids into a shop at the mall
>put on a cringy fake accent and pretend you're from one of most fashionable countries in the world but you've come to a mall in whogivesafucksville, USA to get clothing advice.
How the fuck do we allow people as dumb as you to live?
Only dark and non distressed jeans though, white shoes are perfectly fine as long as they aren't autistic and they go with the outfit, hats are OK if the situation allows for one, and shirt is not optional unless you are doing yard/car/other dirty work
>>>/fa/ tries to tell other people what to wear to look normal
>doesn't know how to look normal themselves...
>those shoes, that watch, and that hoodie all look ridiculous.
In terms of the jeans, I don't see why it matters if I wear black or blue jeans. Also, aren't blue jeans extremely common and popular?
In terms of the underwear, I don't see how that matters at all, it's not like anyone will see what underwear you are wearing.
Clothes are mostly a meme.
Brad Pitt looked super hot in Fight Club (no homo).
Just take a look at all the autists who copied Tylers wardrobe, they look like a joke.
Beautiful people can pull off almost anything, ugly people cant pull off anything.
Brad Pitt was dressed in tailor made clothing carefully chosen by designers. He's Brad fucking Pitt for fucks sake.
Trying to copy one of the best looking men around is always going to be a recipe for disaster when you're a 3/10 with autism
this is why i stuck to copying keanu reeves style. i look like a cool computer hacker and it fits with my "recluse" image. for the most part i've been pretty good with this. only cringey thing i did was have a matrix screensaver that i used in public at starbucks and the school library. but whatever.
So are cargo shorts 100% autist? I have a pair of dark grey ones. Should I burn it?
just go to /fa/ and do the opposite of what they suggest. You will still look better than you do now
>being so autistic you think it's the brand that matters.
>what's wrong with presenting to people that I have special needs?
>this is why i stuck to copying keanu reeves style. i look like a cool computer hacker and it fits with my "recluse" image.
Bait. Bait as fuck. Nobody is this riddled with autism.
Step 1: Clothes that fit, regardless of bodytype.
Check out Hautelook. Basically when Nordstrom get new stuff in, they send all they're left over stuff to Hautelook to mark down and sell off.
It's their way of clearing inventory.
And they have new sales every day, so check it often. I've picked up $120 designer jackets for like $40 on there before.
>just go to /fa/ and do the opposite of what they suggest.
You may as well cut out all the effort and continue to dress like this
Black or grey plain T-shirt
Jeans(dark blue not black)
Pretty much any black or grey Airwalks, and 'tactical' boots for winter
Plain black or grey hoodie
Pretty much any military surplus for winter coat
Nobody will look twice at you, but at least you won't look completely autistic
Ironically, pale blue and properly cut and fitted blue jeans are very fashionable in palewave and normcore fits, but autists would completely lack the ability to understand the important differences
I forgot to add, if you have any button up shirts that are short sleeved, throw them away right now. They're inherently dorky.
Buy long sleeves and roll them up to look fresh.
How is a plain navy blue zip up hoodie and a zippered binder an indicator of special needs?
Also, No one has ever told me that either of those items made my disabilities evident.
Come to think of it, no one has ever said such a thing about any clothing or object I wear or own.
Sorry I gotta agree that wearing a wrist watch in this day and age is somewhat pointless, it's worn more as an accessory now a days if anything. A large majority of the population owns a smart phone and even non-smart phones will show the time on them, when I see people wearing wrist watches I assume they are doing it to look cool/classy or something like that.
What's wrong with Airwalks breh?
And since when are dad jeans dark blue? dad jeans are light colored.
>wearing a wristwatch like it's the 1930s
Wristwatches are awesome. They are the only non-faggy acceptable male jewelry. Designs like pic-related are simple, elegant, match with everything and last forever.
Try to think of it as a uniform that reveals more about you than the individual items do when observed out of any context.
Nobody told you because people generally don't want to unnecessarily offend people who have special needs and they also know that it's pointless trying to explain these things to people like you.
>it's worn more as an accessory now a days if anything
Bull. Fucking. Shit.
Checking the time on the fly is a massively useful ability. Not everyone wants to pull their phone out to check the time. Or perhaps you're one of those autists who keeps his phone in his hand 24/7?
It's not the 80's, Airwalk Vics may have been one of the greatest skate shoes of all time, but the clunker, poor person generic skate shoes they make now are shit tier
What if *gasp* middle-aged men wore both dark AND light blue dad jeans?
Dark blue dad jeans are like 'cool casual dad going out for dinner' tier
I agree but It is quicker.
Whenever I am in a group and someone asks the time, by the time I have said it the normalfags who use their phones as time pieces are still fumbling to get it out of their purse/pockets.
>They are the only non-faggy acceptable male jewelry
What about class rings from college? Or a wedding ring/band? What about necklaces?
I see lots of guys wearing necklaces or rings, usually class rings or weddings rings.
>class rings from college
Rare. Very few men still do this.
I don't know why, but when a man has a band, people don't count it as jewelry. Strange.
>guys wearing necklaces or rings
here you go faggot.
just a plain top with some bullshit design
plain non baggy pants
and black and white sneakers
optional wear a cap or some sunnies and youre set.
fuck its not that hard. on the other hand you can just stop carin what other people think and stop being so insecure. the whole world doesnt revolve around you
whoops wrong image.
I have a necklace that I enjoy wearing and there are so many types of necklaces, I don't see how it's a "fuckboy" or "faggot" thing to do.
I mean I am a weeaboo so I like wearing weeaboo necklaces or necklaces with like cool designs on them.
I'm getting a class ring this semester because it's my last semester before graduating and I'm planning on wearing it, at least until I get sick of it.
People tell me wearing a class ring can help with getting a job or trying to impress certain kinds of people, I figured it's also a good way to get people to mug you or look at you as some faggot that has to flaunt his class ring to everyone, either way I'm planning to wear mine for a bit at least.
A wedding band is jewelry to a woman only. A man's wedding band is consistently lackluster because men aren't the ones fawning over M-MUH SHINY ROCKS like bitches do. The propagation of lavish metals and rocks as an "engagement" or "wedding" offering is hardly because a man thinks it's so much fun and excitement to spend several racks on an obsolete piece of shit. They buy it because "it's what you're supposed to do". And since women DON'T share this social obligation, a man ring is hardly anything to cast a passing glance at. It is "jewellery" in perhaps the loosest possible sense.
I can hammer tin flat and bend it and wear it but it's hardly lavish or remarkable. Just like a man's wedding ring.
Chonos, straight legged jeans
Crew neck shirt, preferably light grey if you have blue eyes, dark brown if brown.
Get a brown leather jacket, but make sure it's tailored to fit.
Canvas shoes are now your best friend.
Also face wash is now your best friend and also, get a fucking haircut.
no hats for you, get some nice fucking sunglasses.
Stylist 101. Congrats
Not that Anon (I have and wear a watch), but 4" is not a small wrist.
since this is a fashion thread, I got a question: I always wanted to dress like the kim jongs (they look fly) but I never been able to find this coat. Do anybody know where you can get one
But Airwalks don't look bad, they may not be effay 19th century pointy witch shoes, but they aren't bad, or strikingly autistic, when you look at them, you think 'those are shoes' and move on.
And what if *gasp* you buy jeans that fit and don't make you look like a middle-aged man?
>7 eyelet boots
For what purpose?
You're making the mistake of picking apart the individual items and trying to scrutinise them without understanding the whole picture. You do realise the pictures are simply examples and not actually rules, right?
>the things I think are the things everyone else should think
Airwalks are budget poor kid shoes and look cheap and shitty. You look at them and think they're fine because you're clueless.
>tighten the feet in it afterwards also it looks alright
That's precisely what the fucking laces are for.
You may not realize it, but laces are designed to allow the wearer to directly control the tightness/comfort of your shoes. A side-zipper for boots that short is completely superfluous. I say this as an owner of knee-high 20 eyelet boots. A zipper is necessary for those because otherwise I would spend 10min putting my boots on.
I'm not quite sure what you mean. I know that the plane navy zippered hoodie and the zippered binder aren't supposed to be a specific brand or model. I also get that the shoes do not have to be just those white and navy new balance 622s, but I don't wear any "Autism Shoes"
a simple change that goes a long ways is jean cut. make sure you get something slightly tapered and just plain avoid bootcut/any type of flaring at the bottom.
alos get a dark colored jeans, levis 511 indigo.
This goes with shirts to polos to tucked in button downs.
>I'm not quite sure what you mean.
Obviously. Did I mention specific brands or models? The fact you cannot look at that picture and immediately understand what it means and are STILL resorting to fixating on the specifics of each item and the fact you personally don't wear autism shoes makes it completely impossible to get anything through to you.
here you go this is the basic normie clothes starter kit.
This was not me, but I do agree with what he said.
I don't think his argument is very clear, or at least it is not clear to me or the other anon Who you were just responding to.
Yes, I do actually have ASD, along with various other disabilities.
sounds good, i always wear clothes like that even when going to the shops, movies etc..
You agreed with him, so my points still stand. You've had more than your fair share of explanations and if you still don't get it, you never will because none of us are qualified to explain things to people with developmental disabilities
Also what do you guys think of my new shorts. They need to be ironed.
nearly 22, so..
I didn't know they had internet connections in the Shire.
Tell Samwise Gamgee I said Hello.
Okay, true fashion patrician here. What makes me so patrician? I don't browse /fa/
Ask me anything, Post Pictures of yourself asking what would you chance, ask about colours that match, etc... I know it all, and I don't judge people.
fine for spring or summer, also nice tummy post more but full chest this time ;)
>fine for spring or summer,
Damn, maybe i don't dress autistic after all since people like my clothes.
>post more but full chest this time ;)
I'm not gay.
So, would wearing any of those things by themselves in some other context be ok?
>these are examples, not rules
And what would the rules be exactly? That one example doesn't say much.
It may be a maymay on here but i actually do regularly wear cargo shorts and cargo pants. I just put on a plain or graphic shirt like this one; >>25805598
The one example says all it needs to make the point it does. You've been specifically told not to focus on this singular picture or the individual items in it and yet you continue to do so.
There is no point trying to continue this discussion because you are far too intellectually disabled and impaired to explain anything to. You have made it very clear that you simply lack the ability to process any of this.
the most important thing is jeans and shoes.
dont buy those stupid fucking sneakers, you know the one's im talking about
and for jeans dont buy baggy ones, and never light blue. get dark blue, and fitted, jeans. they're almost like skinny jeans, but not ass tight
>i actually do regularly wear cargo shorts and cargo pants.
>Yeah well i don't see the fucking problem, they are good, feels comfy, look good with almost anything
>actually being this tasteless, unaware and autistic
You look like shit, you retarded child.
>tfw computer science major
>don't dress like this
What do I do guys? Can people without autism suceed in comp sci? I genuinly worry about this
Also one last picture for me, this is how i was regularly dressing and going to school. Never had any complaints or anyone say i looked bad.
Otherwise I'm open to suggestions like the OP.
Chad wears well fitted, well made cargos as part of a well put together Chad uniform. You wear cheap, poorly made and designed cargos with shitty, cheap graphic tees.
You look fucking wretched
What is that point it's supposed to make, and what should I focus on then, other than that picture?
It's almost like you're being vague on purpose. Do you really enjoy making fun of autistic people on the internet this much?
Are Converse sneakers autistic?
I have a normal black and white one, and a brown leather one, also what kind of shirts should i use with it?
I'm a skinny guy and i'm thinking of buying flannel shirts.
>no one said mean things to the autistic kid
>this must mean my clothes are fine
I went to school with special needs kids who wore matching sweats - do you think anyone felt the need to be mean and tell them they weren't dressing well?
Iktf I am in the exact same situation right now as well and I don't know where to go.
But I'm not autistic or acted autistic in school. But thinking back i sure as hell didn't get women begging to talk to me like they did with 6ft5 Chad and Tyrone. Dressing and looking good is hard, i don't know what to buy when i go to the shops.
>What is that point it's supposed to make
It fucking tells you in the text, you absolute retard.
You're not meant to fixate on that picture because it's a self explanatory, self contained picture that makes a singular point about a specific type of retard that every single normal person understands without any need for analysis. It's not going to tell you any more than it does.
This has been explained numerous times now and yet you still insist on asking the same questions over and over.
If you have zero fashion sense, do what I did, go to a poor college for a few years. Poor people dress like shit and don't judge you for dressing like shit too.
Here's the thing, I'm broke. I'm a college student fill time (18 units) working part time in a daycare. Because of this I need clothes that don't look creepy (because I'm a guy working at a daycare) but clothes I can run in, sit down on the floor in, shoes I can run in, a button up shirt, occational cartoon shirts too (not my little pony or anything but minions, maybe Star Wars. Something to show the parents).
It isn't autistic, and if people judge, so be it. I need my job, I need my schooling. I often come to school with dirt, mud, boogers and glue on my pants. People have said things to me and I answer honestly. It is the best job in the world even if it makes me look and dress like a retard.
Yes. You look awful. Chad gets away with it because of >>25806070 AND because women know Chad can and does dress better and those are just his casual clothes. They know these are your all day every day clothes.
>Yes. You look awful
I legitimately thought i looked pretty decent especially when i done my hair up and sprayed some cologne.
Buy a few pairs of quality, well fitted, slim black jeans, some plain, quality cotton tees in black or grey, and plain zip up hoodies. Get some decent sneakers or (non-autistic) boots.
No more edgy band shirts or graphic tees in general.
I don't spike my hair up, i use a blow-dry and blow it to one side since i have an under-cut. I also don't use axe. I'm also not trolling this is how i actually dress and went to school.
Sort of feel embarrassed now when i click on my images and then click on chads and see just how perfect his clothes fit compared to mine.
this short normie guy at my job wore cowboy boots to the office. he was country as fuck (TN) but cool. usually with like casual flat front khakis and an untucked polo. as long as they aren't flashy. /fa/ are some flashy motherfuckers.
You're not beyond saving. Shirt is actually pretty fine by my eye.
Just abandon anything "cargo" and get some nice fitting dark jeans & desert boots or classic sneaks along the lines of adidas stan smiths.
I'm Slavic living in a first world country, when i have it shaved / buzz-cut my mother and family say i look like a criminal. Even had my old security guard at work say i looked like one. It just doesn't suit me and makes me look like I'm about to rob the store.
People say i look alright with the under-cut.
Nah i cant move forward, i got no friends to take me to the shops and help me pick out stuff. A few times I'd go to my cousins house because he was going out for his party and he invited me to the city. His mother made me change my clothes and put on some of his. I guess even she thought i dressed like a sperg.
So basically that pictures shows a specific outfit that a specific type of retard has that is noticeable by most people, yet that specific type of retard may dress differently and that picture doesn't tell how exactly. So basically that picture doesn't have a point and is just meant to be funny. Ok.
Also, I get that there are millions of other ways to dress like a retard so the odds are that I'm dressing like a retard anyway.
Logo-free shirts. Arizona jeans (not shill but they're cheap and sturdy and don't look too literally-retarded.) Shoes are whatever as long as no Crocs or sandals, seriously this 'autist shoe' is a meme. No hat because you're probably too autistic to find one that isn't autistic.
You don't need friends to do some research and work out how to put together an acceptable bunch of basic clothes.
Your aunt clearly has a clue and has dressed you in better clothes before - ask her for some tips
Once again this: >>25805860 was not me and was a different Anon, although I do agree with it.
I find it funny that you fail to comprehend the difference between Learning/Developmental Disabilities and Intellectual Disabilities and yet you insult me and that other anon for not comprehending your made up and arbitrary clothing "rules"
>being this angry and upset about your silly Airwalks
The picture does have a point. You're just too autistic to read the text and process it and so you're trying to seem clever by missing the point really badly over and over and over
>get /fit/ so you look good first
That's pretty much the bottom line of fashion shit. Nobody gives a flying fuck what you're wearing usually, as long as you're not full sweatpants/LoL shirt level. Clothing is a self-esteem thing primarily, which is why girls care so much.
Just because it looks good on your /fa/ mannequin doesn't mean it will magically look good and fit good on a robot.
>ask her for some tips
Fuck that, I'll rather keep dressing like a sperg.
They look silly because they don't fit form. Also they're just not in fashion and never really have been. People make connections based on what you're wearing. If you're wearing slim fitting jeans and a t-shirt no one will judge you.
Any normal person looks at that picture and understands it immediately. The folder, the hoodie, and the shoes aren't specific to the point the picture makes about the person it describes, they're just really obvious and simplified examples of exactly that kind of person and how they present themselves
Note if you are an aspie type (i.e. browse 4chan) you probably don't have the skills to be truly fashionable. A lot of high IQ engineer types don't get this, and keep trying to rationally work out the 'rules' to looking good and so on. Check out /fa/ for some examples of this i.e. buy really expensive 'quality' shit and still somehow come out of it looking like an animu character (except fa rationalises this as a 'cool trend' now)
If you aren't an intuative arty type then you should play it safe.
Nice jeans (acne/apc, second hand from ebay or grailed)
nice shoes (I like russell and bromley boots + black converse)
shell type jacket - black, or faded coloured bomber jacket or parka.
Literally can't go wrong. it's not original but then neither was the outfit stacy wore in her last facebook update and you still thought she looked super cool
Today was a casual day to the mall with friends,
For pants Volcom Chino's
Timberland Premium boots
American Apperel Flannel (No Undershirt, Open Button)
And Canada Goose Navy Borden Bomber
Why won't you tell me what shoes I'm suppose to be wearing? Is it because they're faggy /fa/ shit and you don't want to prove me right?
Post your shoes faggot.
>this 'autist shoe' is a meme
No it really isn't. Don't post if you don't know what the fuck you're talking about.
What's even funnier is your inability to comprehend that I have no ability to tell the difference between either of you and your equally retarded inability to understand anything that is being said to you, you developmentally disabled twit.
>Why won't you tell me what shoes I'm suppose to be wearing?
Why are you so upset?
>Is it because they're faggy /fa/ shit and you don't want to prove me right?
No it's because you keep throwing tantrums and it amuses me to see how little self control you have.
>Post your shoes faggot.
Eat shit, you tragic, poor loser
What am I >>25799290 supposed to wear if my current outfit supposedly makes it obvious that I have special needs (according to 4chan)?
depending on the width of the hole it can be a real annoyance to try to put the feet in the boot, lasting like 25 seconds
literally not superfluous and i save efforts and 25 seconds
>Calling me a loser
>Won't even post shoes because you're too scared of getting rekt by somebody who actually dresses like a man
They're nigger boots dude
Literally anything but tactical boots are dad/nigger tier
>I can't comprehend basic sentences
>openly being this mad because you got righteously laughed at for your mall core niggertism boots!
Make up all the silly stories you want, they won't dry your tears or repair your hurt feelings
Dude who gives a fuck what people think of you? It's not your clothes that are off-putting, it's you. Pic related: my gear. I don't give a fuck about anything. Yeah sure, my family thinks I'm insane, but fuck them. I do whatever the hell I want.
grill here who is interested in menswear, this is my opinion (just drank half a bottle of vodka so if there are typos I'm sorry :
the most important things to remember are that 1) you need to feel comfortable 2) you need to avoid committing to any trends 3) you NEED to purchase and wear clothes that fit (more on this later)
so your first instinct now is probably to do a total wardobe overhaul, right? don't be so quick to do that. look through every single piece and consider it as an individual. see if it can be salvaged. sometimes all you'll need is to get it tailored which is WAY cheaper than buying an entire new garment.
OK let's get started with basics!
the biggest thing you should care about with shirts are the fit. it's not as simple as baggy and skintight. pay close attention to where exactly the seams are. the most important thing here in my opinion is where the shoulder seams sit. (obviously they should sit EXACTLY at your shoulder) if these are off then you can make a $300 shirt look like you got it for $5 at walmart or some shit. but don't fret if you can't find anything at a store that fits you exactly. that's what a tailor is for! if you can't afford that, maybe look into tailoring your own garments. it'll be cheaper in the long run and you'll get a cool skill out of it.
shoulder seams are super important as I just mentioned. a properly placed shoulder seam will accentuate the natural masculinity of your upper body. you want square and broad shoulders. men are considered more attractive the more angular their features and body are. put the pointy thing (seam) wher eyou want the corner to go (your shoulder).
the above generally applies to cheaper shirts. unless you're willing to shell out big money for a designer who knows what they're doing, you have to make sure yourself that the seams are on point.
I don't overspend on my casual shoes so i can afford real shoes for when I'm actually doing shit
But i suppose you wouldn't know about anything besides walking through walmart with your mommy to get tendies once a week.
I'm trying to have a serious conversation here, quit trying to be le ebin trollzerz god.
What the fuck is your problem with my shoes? I don't spend enough on them?
What's wrong with my boots? They don't look like they're from the 19th century?
if you dress nice girls will look past your shitty personality.
90k in neetbux should cover at least a decent wardrobe, no?
now let's move on to length! some styles will be longer but again I wouldn't trust anyone but a top-of-the-line designer to know exactly how to pull this off. in general you should make sure that when you lift your arms the bottom of the shirt is maybe half an inch to an inch below the top of your jeans. don't show your stomach unless you want to look like you are wearing the same shirts you had at fifteen.
as for styles, this is really up to you. you can't really go wrong with basic t-shirts (short and long sleeve) in jewel tones (think deep forest greens, royal blues, etc.) or neutrals (shades of grey, black, white, brown).
shirts you button up are a little tricky. don't try to tuck in a shirt that isn't meant to be tucked in or vice versa. a dress shirt is one that you tuck in. you can tell a shirt is a dress shirt if the sides of the shirt (sitting by your hips) come up quite a bit higher than the front and the back. these shirts will also be fairly long. you must tuck these in. they will look ridiculous if you don't. wear these only with "fancier" pants and at "fancier" occasions. so basically don't wear them with jeans or when you go to school. as a rule, darker and deeper colours (like the jewel tones mentioned earlier) are for the nighttime and lighter colours (pastel blues, pinks, and greens) are for the daytime. dress shirts must be worn with an undershirt. no exceptions. avoid white, unless you know you can keep it looking impeccable. iron your clothes! keep the creases sharp. (remember the angular thing I mentioned before).try to avoid rolling up these sleeves
You were told what was wrong with them numerous posts ago. Look, obviously you're a man of basic and inexpensive tastes and that's fine. Stop getting so wound up because not everybody thinks your choices are ideal
a button up shirt that is not a dress shirt should be worn untucked. you can leave these buttons undone and wear a tshirt underneath, roll up the sleeves, look for more "fun" patterns (don't go nuts. as a rule make sure it's not a visible pattern from a distance. e.g. choose really thin stripes over wider ones. and don't do plaid unless it's monochromatic or in neutral tones, or you run the risk of looking young.
for sweaters, same rules apply as for tshirts with regard to colour and fit.
invest in a really good jacket. whether this is a peacoat or more of a windbreaker type thing, place a lot of thought into it and make sure it fits you properly! the more often you wear something the more attention you should pay to whether or not it fits, suits your personality and body type, etc. like I mentioned in my first post, try not to get attached to trends. stick to classic styles. bomber jackets and anything with fur on the hood run the risk of looking really cheap and gimmicky. i would avoid these. idk what kind of climate you live in but I can explain more if you let me know
these are a bit simpler. the fit should just follow the natural line of your legs (so if your shins are skinnier than your thighs they should taper a bit toward the bottom), or just be straight leg. don't go too tight (looks gross) or too loose (just looks sloppy).
don't just get jeans. if you are getting jeans, get something dark wash (really dark blue). get a pair of black pants (would be best if these aren't faded), and any other neutral colours you want. you can branch out into jewel tones, some of these look really nice, but avoid this until you feel you have a solid handle on what does and doesn't look good.
if you're a professional or in the process of networking then get good dress pants in a neutral colour (at least one black pair) and keep them creased, ironed, and fold them/cover them when you're not wearing them.
You do understand you can replicate a similar, non-obscure designer version of that outfit (the one the designer ripped off to profit from) for less money, right? Some decent fitting jeans, a parka, and boots aren't that costly
biggest lesson here: sneakers are inappropriate for anything other than working out after you are 18 years old. get something like pic related. casual, but doesn't look like something you'd expect a fifteen year old to wear. again, neutrals. here I would actually lean more towards brown because it's softer. black can look a bit too harsh sometimes because it causes a break in what the eyes see. but this is all up to taste, black shoes can look great too
again, depending on climate, invest in a good pair of winter boots
and also invest in some good dress shoes. don't wear these until the occasion calls for them. not even for a date unless it's at a fancy restaurant of some sort. (and don't take girls to fancy restaurants until you're already exclusive!) black or very very dark brown is best for these. (I'd go with very very dark brown for the same reasons as above.)
Vans. Literally by everything from Vans.
It's near impossible to look like an autist with Vans stuff. It's a solid, known brand. Their clothes are up to date with the latest normalfag trends.
Basically the only way you can screw it up is if you're a fag like me who only wears black/grey clothes.
>dress like a normie first day of class
>stop giving a fuck
>3rd week rolls in
>slip on vans, non cargo Hollister khaki shorts , and a number of the beast shirt
>mfw didn't even look that bad
Here you go. Non-autistic.
Listen to this guy: >>25803193
Glock 17 or 19?
don't go too nuts with these. I personally like when a guy has a nice scarf on when the weather is appropriate. a good pair of gloves is always handy to have around. watches are incredibly classy.
look into "everyday carry" for stuff you can bring with you everywhere. most people have some sort of pocketknife, a notebook, a pen, wallet, keys, and phone. (speaking of wallet, get a nice one for the love of god. nothing with a huge logo on it. absolutely nothing with a chain.)
hats are difficult. I would avoid hats, because unless you absolutely know what you're doing you run the risk of becoming the hat guy and that's no fun. (of course get some winter hats if you're in a really cold are) (actually beanies are fine too)
that's basically it, let me know if you have any questions. don't go to /fa/, they don't dress like normal people and it takes a lot of research/money to dress like they do and do it in a way that doesn't look terrible. this is safe, affordable, and will still look great.
take care of your hair. take care of your facial hair. keep one of these impeccable at all times. if both look haggard you look like a hobo. if both look clean you look kind of gay. don't grow a mustache.
smell good. not overwhelming, just good. shower every day. wear deodorant. you don't need a ton of cologne. avoid body spray unless you're in high school.
well that's all I can think of, feel free to ask me if you have any questions
why do you say that you dumbass. holy shit. ill never comprehend r9k's retardation.
tactical boots are the best boots you can wear for practicality and if you're not a dumbass you'll be able to pull them off
>I lack the intelligence to understand why I can't get away with things other people can so you're wrong
You shouldn't be so smug about how angry you are.
>my tactical sperg boots are useful for living in the suburbs
You think this is a joke bitch?
Mah nigga! It's a glock 17.
My brother does this. I'll help him if see it when he's walking out the door
a gf. why dont you?
they're comfortable, stable, look good and I dont dress to attract dumb failed normies like you anyways, go dress with puma and nike clothes and go find your peers
go ahead tell me why some people can get away with garbage
actually I'll add some brands I'm into in case OP or any else of you want to experiment a bit more
rick owens (lol)
bulova (for watches)
seiko (for watches)
have fun OP
You like like an autistic and retarded school shooter wannabe who watched The Matrix too many times.
Some people get away with garbage because they are attractive and charismatic and aren't wearing the shitty, cheap, poorly made and fitted outfit you wear and think is the same as theirs
>aren't wearing the shitty, cheap, poorly made and fitted outfit you wear and think is the same as theirs
woah loads of assumptions there
Jesus christ in what world do you live? I dont wear my boots with jeans. My outfits are always fitting.
CAN THERE BE ONE THREAD WITHOUT SOMEONE CLAIMING THEY HAVE A VAGINA. FUCK OFF ROASTIE
If you were Chad and the pink wife beater was a salmon Ralph Lauren vest, the cargos were Armani and the Crocs were what you were wearing on your boat, then of course you'd still get laid.
It's a simple case of context
I-Is it okay if I wear a lot of long sleeved shirts?
I'm a skeleton anyways...
I guess I'm stuck in the realm of autism....thanks...
What about if it is cold? Wouldn't long sleeves be appropriate then?
Also, Long sleeve pajama shirts are also ok I would assume, especially since you wouldn't be going anywhere in pajamas.
How are long sleeves not appropriate?
Normans guide to Normalfaming
>Blue/Black slim jeans.
not too slim and definitely not too baggy. this is very important.
>Shirts with absoluteness zero and i mean fucking nothing barren from anything zero things on the shirt ok?.
-Tiny nike logo
-Tiny nice brand logo you get the idea.
>Black/grey/navy blue jacket, not too many autism pockets.
>Just buy some shoes that are not all terrain 4 wheel drives, just some nice simple nike's.
>No autism accessories
No watches unless you go to a white collar job daily and are O/25yr's.
Make sure if you are going to get gloves for the cold they dont have any studs, a zelda logo, or anything else. Fingerless gloves are acceptable but personally i would rather be cold.
You dont need to bring that 3ds.
You dont need a knife.
You wont be needing that guitar pick.
OK list, but watches are always a good idea, and you aren't dressed unless you have your knife and a high quality pen on you. Even if it's just a bootleg Parker, people notice and respect a man with a good pen.
>only skinny jeans
those look like they would be incredibly uncomfortable and impractical.
>no graphics on t shirts
What is wrong with having graphics on t shirts?
>Black/grey/navy blue jacket only
What's wrong with my red coat?
What's wrong with boots?
Watches are an incredibly useful and convenient tool. They allow me to quickly and easily keep track of the time. They also allow me to keep track of seconds easily which my phone does not display except in the stopwatch mode. Plus, if I forget to charge my phone (which I have to do about once a week) and my phone dies, then I can still keep track of time.
What am I supposed to do while waiting for a bus or while riding public transit or any other time I am bored? I don't have a smart phone, so I use my 3DS XL.
how do you know I won't need a knife? Knives are an incredibly versatile and important tool. I try to have a knife on me or in my backpack almost every time I'm out of the house.
Hats require three things
>it needs to be a style that compliments your face shape
>it needs to be the same level of dressiness as the rest of your outfit
>you have to be confident when wearing it
Beanies are good if they fit your face shape, and you aren't wearing them with fancy clothes.
>try to get lose weight to look less autistic
>end up looking extra autistic because my clothes are now huge on me
>tfw poor and new clothes are expensive as fuck
Where do I buy good clothes without bankrupting myself?
>ITT: a bunch of r9k autists think they know shit about fashion
you filthy sperglords will only end up looking tryhard
Delusional faggots, you can't compensate for lack of facial aesthetics with fashion. Women will see right through your bullshit outfit and automatically reject you for your ugliness and lack of social skills.
Just kill yourselves, you wannabe normies. You will never fit in.
ok usually /fit /pol /o
skate shoes dc's globe, boots, casual sneakers (nothing that is actually used for sports tho, chucks etc)
Jeans not baggy 90's early 00's style.
skinnys, boot cut etc nothing matters just not baggy, anything between light blue and dark blue. also khaki dickies or cargos are normal and acceptable, just don't use military issue they look to much like work clothes same goes for shorts, boardies in summer, or cargos are fine jeans shorts are out.
t shirts, white black or grey.
button down shirts, no unless in a formal setting, if you insist because you think for some reason they are cool, avoid any pattern besides very basic and subtle ones and always wear with dad pants aka very formal dress pants or exceptionally well made jeans, but doing so will attract lots of men.
hoodys pull down neutral colours same as tshirts. print doesnt matter.
REAL leather jacket, grey zip down hoody under it.
semi formal dinner jacket over plain t shirt with jeans.
never wear sports clothes or tracksuit style things out of the house unless you are going to the gym or a specific sporting events it will expose you for the NEET you are.
>caring about clothing
>thinking clothing will compensate for your brain autism and/or ugliness
>thinking normies actually care about what you wear
Hint: unless it's something incredibly shitty and/or dirty looking, they don't actually care. Chads can literally wear anything and they'll still get the pussy.
>tfw somewhat fashionable but still permavirgin
It doesn't matter how well you dress: as long as you're a massive autist you'll never get girls. On occasion, girls have spoken to me, but then they realised I'm a fucking sperg and can't hold a conversation so they stop being interested
its really simple but you cant do anything wrong with it