Where does one even buy new, comfy denim jeans in west Europe? I feel as if the only brand that does it well is Levi's but their jeans start at 100 euro.
Any other suggestions, not too expensive?
if you have EVER or STILL (gross) wore/wear a white shirt with black pants you LITERALLY know nothing about fashion and you are a disgrace. leave this board and do NOT return.
there are people that know more about fashion than you could ever learn in 10 lifetimes that wear white shirts with black pants
Why does runway fashion look so stupid?
So the idea with the runway stuff is that it's not actually meant to be worn by people, it's an exhibition of caricatures of what the designer intends to put out in a season?
How can I get this jacket for less than $270 and in something smaller than XL?
Thats actually a pretty cool jacket, and thats saying a lot considering I dislike most of the edgy, contrarian fashion on this board.
Dont know where you could possibly find what youre looking for, though.
so /fa/, I have a kind of unique problem. I have a fucked up leg which needs a legbrace. The only pants I can wear comfortably with a the legbrace are baggy jeans.
How do I put together an outfit that utilizes baggy jeans but isn't skater faggotry?
Pic related it's my legbrace.
>What is techwear?
We wear clothes to be comfortable, to cover up our shame, and more importantly for our protection. Technical clothing, focuses on incorporating functionality that enables breathability, water-resistance, comfort, etc. through the use of textiles and construction techniques. When you mention clothes a wide array of different designs will come to mind and it goes the same with techwear although the fashion community likes to lump technical clothing into this one look. This idea that it's a futuristic military style, but that's just not the case. Conroy Nachtigall a former designer of Arc'teryx Veilance explains creating technical clothing as:"It's not thinking about zippers is not thinking about seem tapes, not thinking about ... all these little elements. Those are all part of the end goal"
>Guide to Urban Techwear *Under Construction*
Help expand our new guide to Urban Techwear. Edit anything you see fit that will add value to the page. There's now a brand list to add to and reference:
>Talk about Techwear on Discord
>Y-3 Sport A/W '16 Campaign
>B-But cargo pants are autistic
>N-Nobody got l-laid in cargo pants since 'Nam
Fa on suicide watch
Are bolo ties effay?
>he isn't /fa/ and /fit/
>he rather looks like this and wears Rick Owens
This is with.
What kind of nike are those?
Is hairline lowering the most effay cosmetic surgery procedure?
I have a theory about fashion trends:
trends don't end because people get tired of them, they end because people don't want to be associated with the ugly/poor/annoying people that inevitably end up latching onto those trends, and "ruin" them for the people who initially got into them.
It's not even about not feeling special anymore: there are several out-of-style trends that would make you special if you tried reviving them right now, but since those trends are still associated with people we find ridiculous, we don't try to revive them because their memory is still vivid in our minds.
For instance: frosted tip hair. It doesn't look any dumber than shit like the manbun that was all the rage a few years ago, but nobody will try to bring it back until we all forget about Guy Fiery.
A manbun looks like: I don't really give a fuck (though we all know it's not true)
Spiked hair looks tryhard.
Again, that doesn't really say anything about the person. It's just how it appears.
What is his endgame?
Who /curly/ here? Discuss hairstyles for curly hair itt. Hardmode: no buzzcut