76 thoughts on “chinos and dress shirt.

    • ࿇ C Œ M G E N V S ࿇ says:

      THAT IS NOT A DRESS SHIRT.

      YOU HAVE NO STYLE; THE GARMENTS DO NOT COALESCE, AND YOUR BODY SEEMS TO BE UNSHAPELY.

      • Anonymous says:

        Denim jacket is blue collar workwear and sweater with button down is Ivy style white collar wear. The pants are too baggy and too long and wrinkled as hell. The boots seem to be work boots? Which again clashes with the Ivy style.

        i wanted to dress it down with the denim
        the boots are dress boots, i understand the confusion as they’re not in good view
        in my opinion the main problems are
        >wool sweater is too short, probably got smaller from washing it or something. Even if i pull it down to stretch it it slowly creeps up again
        >pants too baggy/non-ironed, ill probably ditch them alltogether. I’d have to wear them around my belly button
        >denim jacket is M-size and im an S-size
        would you agree?

        • Anonymous says:

          No bro. The choices in clothing are just not good. Denim jacket with white pants is bad. Wear darker pants. The sweater is fine. Literally, ditch the jacket, get different pants, and swap the shoes with loafers and you look fine.

          • Anonymous says:

            i disagree with that anon. denim definitely goes with white. what color is the weft on denim? white or undyed. that jacket is pretty light wash too.

            https://i.imgur.com/MRE3xbJ.jpeg

            […]
            i wanted to dress it down with the denim
            the boots are dress boots, i understand the confusion as they’re not in good view
            in my opinion the main problems are
            >wool sweater is too short, probably got smaller from washing it or something. Even if i pull it down to stretch it it slowly creeps up again
            >pants too baggy/non-ironed, ill probably ditch them alltogether. I’d have to wear them around my belly button
            >denim jacket is M-size and im an S-size
            would you agree?

            aye if they’re dress boots they’re fine then.
            no the sweater is a good length. a touch longer would be fine but its ok.
            and yeah you don’t want type iii jackets to be oversized unless they’re lined winter ones you wear thick sweaters under. imo. type i/ii’s its fine to get big and roll the sleeves.

      • Anonymous says:

        Do you think your gimmick is unique? I’ve seen this same all-caps gimmick over and over again from different tripfags. Name-fagging on an anonymous image board isn’t enough for you?

    • Anonymous says:

      Denim jacket is blue collar workwear and sweater with button down is Ivy style white collar wear. The pants are too baggy and too long and wrinkled as hell. The boots seem to be work boots? Which again clashes with the Ivy style.

    • Anonymous says:

      the jacket is too long in the torso first of all

      Denim jacket is blue collar workwear and sweater with button down is Ivy style white collar wear. The pants are too baggy and too long and wrinkled as hell. The boots seem to be work boots? Which again clashes with the Ivy style.

      its more than just the style clash going on. type iii is a 60’s jacket (it has handwarmers so technically 80’s but no one’s gonna know that.) the cut of the pants screams these things were made after 2010. getting some actually period correct reproduction or vintage pants and fixing the jacket fit would make the outfit work.

    • Anonymous says:

      also to add to my last post if i were you i’d go for more of a 1950’s period version of that fit to make it work better. type ii denim jacket would look a lot better on you.
      the style clash of the workwear jacket is actually fine btw. especially after the type iii came out it was ubiquitous as shit. its going to make your fit look a lot less ivy though so i wouldn’t do stuff like wear work boots with it in an ivy type fit. keep that combo to the workwear fits.

    • Anonymous says:

      The shirt is not linen (linen is what gives the shirt in the pic it’s thin, flowy look). Get linen . The trousers should be made of a thicker material. Moleskin or wool. The former is relatively cheap and will give you the mid century European peasant look you seem to be going for. I aim for a similar sort of style but dressing more like an English ag-lab or smallholder circa 1890-1939. I actually partially live that lifestyle though. It helps with the fit if you larp until it stops being a larp.

      Also start lifting.

      • Anonymous says:

        Why are pure wool pants so hard to find? Everything is either 100% cotton (good), polyester trash or polyester wool blend that is as thin as a ruler.

        • Anonymous says:

          For “durability.” Manufacturers don’t realise that wool lasts for ages anyway. There’s places like sunspell but honestly I’m at the point where I just order fabric and make clothes in the style I want.

          Wool is harder to sew together for 12 year old girls in the 3rd world or migrant labourers in China. It requires actual skill even before it’s in a factory or workshop. Keeping sheep is far harder than growing cotton. Also cotton can be grown in shitholes at low cost whereas sheep do better in Europe or Australia. The UK has about 1/6 as many sheep as China despite being a spec on the map compared to China.

          I’ve worked with wool and cotton and wool is a b***h to get the seams in even if the end product is far better

          If you’re going down the DIY route. Practice with cheap fabrics before you buy decent tweeds and meltons.

          • Anonymous says:

            could you post some clothes that you’ve made please
            I am just starting out with this route. Mostly hand sewing.

        • Anonymous says:

          For “durability.” Manufacturers don’t realise that wool lasts for ages anyway. There’s places like sunspell but honestly I’m at the point where I just order fabric and make clothes in the style I want.

          Wool is harder to sew together for 12 year old girls in the 3rd world or migrant labourers in China. It requires actual skill even before it’s in a factory or workshop. Keeping sheep is far harder than growing cotton. Also cotton can be grown in shitholes at low cost whereas sheep do better in Europe or Australia. The UK has about 1/6 as many sheep as China despite being a spec on the map compared to China.

          I’ve worked with wool and cotton and wool is a b***h to get the seams in even if the end product is far better

          If you’re going down the DIY route. Practice with cheap fabrics before you buy decent tweeds and meltons.

          Btw this is partially why totalitarian states win the race to the bottom for using substitute materials like viscose (nazi Germany), eggshell leather (USSR) and vynilon (DPRK) because their economic plans want to shit out a loads of rifles bajillion tons of potatoes and pig iron without accounting for skilled craftsmanship and access to quality materials that are best built up gradually and with the producers own initiative.

          • Anonymous says:

            Loyalty over competence breeds corruption and a race to the bottom who would have thought. Yes i know democracies can produce incompetence but it’s just a matter of voting em out or trial if they are stupid to such a degree it causes nationwide harm

    • Anonymous says:

      because you’re not in a catalog + your clothes are poorly made and don’t fit you well.
      you’re going for that casual ivy/workwear look that you see on social media and it just doesn’t work for you.
      your shoes are especially bad.
      the budget version of this look (you) doesn’t work

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/MRE3xbJ.jpeg

      […]
      i wanted to dress it down with the denim
      the boots are dress boots, i understand the confusion as they’re not in good view
      in my opinion the main problems are
      >wool sweater is too short, probably got smaller from washing it or something. Even if i pull it down to stretch it it slowly creeps up again
      >pants too baggy/non-ironed, ill probably ditch them alltogether. I’d have to wear them around my belly button
      >denim jacket is M-size and im an S-size
      would you agree?

      Dress how you want to dress first off. If you like it keep wearing it. Secondly the denim jacket is what sticks out, a casual bomber/harrington type jacket would work better.

    • Anonymous says:

      jacket too big
      you’re too scrawny
      where is your neck. or rather where is your chin?

      build your physique & get better fitting clothes.

  1. Anonymous says:

    i would suggest getting a type ii it’d look good on you and you can get the relaxed look without having the torso grow too long.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I honestly dont really like wearing jackets or sweaters. I want to wear just a collared shirt and pants every day.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Its cool that the USSR and commie block enforced this type of clothing. Interesting how commies today dress like degenerate sloths, but dressing in just bell bottoms in the USSR got your ass kicked. State enforced /fashion/.

      • Anonymous says:

        You could get busted if you were smuggling or selling western fashion most likely. Most cases however would be young people wearing western clothing who would get harassed or publicly humiliated for it.

      • Anonymous says:

        You could get busted if you were smuggling or selling western fashion most likely. Most cases however would be young people wearing western clothing who would get harassed or publicly humiliated for it.

        i dont know what to believe honestly. but blaming the CIA is usually tankoid cope.

      • Anonymous says:

        >get some muscles buddy
        I go to the gym but this is a big meme when it comes to fashion come on, male models are all 0% muscle mass twinks

      • Anonymous says:

        I’ve been working out for a bit, my frame has already gotten wider from it, I just struggle to eat enough.

        >get some muscles buddy
        I go to the gym but this is a big meme when it comes to fashion come on, male models are all 0% muscle mass twinks

        Nah, I’m so skinny that I don’t fit into most of my clothes, getting bigger definitely helps

        • Anonymous says:

          >I just struggle to eat enough.
          Understandable. It was my struggle too at the time. I’d recommend a spoonful of peanut butter a day if you want some extra calories, it’s like 250 calories, and unsugared versions actually taste peanuts.

          • Anonymous says:

            I add three tablespoons of it into my 900 calorie morning smoothie, my goal is 3000 calories a day but I usually real 2000-2600. Also as I gain weight I’m paranoid that I’ll lose a lot of the leanness in my face, my gf already said I look pudgier, how do I avoid bros?

          • Anonymous says:

            It’s unavoidable to gain a bit of fat when gaining weight. But as long as you do what you need to do then most of that weight gain will go towards muscles, and a bit of it towards fat. The fat goes away when you cut.

          • Anonymous says:

            True, it’ll be worth it for sure to escape twink mode

            most based fit on /fashion/ at the moment (not a high bar but still)

            I’m honored, I wonder if I can make actual fits that aren’t autistic using this aesthetic

            0.7g-1g protein per 1 pound of your goal weight daily, train weights.
            You will put on fat during a weight gain phase, it is unavoidable but the idea is to put on muscle + some fat then cut the fat after
            […]
            your mother can take my soviet propaganda straight on her face

            Yeah I’ve been following the 0.7-1 gram rule and progressing steadily in weight training, slow but steady. Progress is progress, and at least if I’m getting stronger there’s merit and value in that alone

            Also opinions on the budenovka?

          • Anonymous says:

            I’m literally a hoppean and I still think commie-maxing is /fashion/. I think the appeal of it is that the people look competent without being rough and well dressed without being foppish. I’m hoping to integrate this aesthetic into the way I dress (which is generally more in keeping with the neofolk general) going forward. I make some of my clothes and I’m hoping to make a telogreika out of some linen and all my tweed offcuts. The reason for using the linen rather than cotton is because I’m an autist about where I get my fabrics from and use the following tier list where possible. If it goes well I might wear it under my overcoat the way the soviet army tried to get people to wear telogreika (peasants just used them as casual/work jackets once they got their hands on them).

            Tier list
            1. British ilses
            2. Western Europe
            3. Rest of Europe
            4. India and friendly/ambivalent 3rd world
            5. China + unfriendly 3rd world

          • Anonymous says:

            >telogreika
            A vatnik? In my mind it seems like a padded jacket, fit for a man at arms from medieval europe. Probably somewhat stabproof…?

          • Anonymous says:

            Budenovka looks like shit. It is unironically the pink knit beenie of its day. All the other stuff you’ve posted has looked great. Keep it up anon.

          • Anonymous says:

            they look too much like elf cosplay

            Yeah, y’all are right, too ideological and goofy. I do respect it for its uniqueness and iconic look though.

            I’m literally a hoppean and I still think commie-maxing is /fashion/. I think the appeal of it is that the people look competent without being rough and well dressed without being foppish. I’m hoping to integrate this aesthetic into the way I dress (which is generally more in keeping with the neofolk general) going forward. I make some of my clothes and I’m hoping to make a telogreika out of some linen and all my tweed offcuts. The reason for using the linen rather than cotton is because I’m an autist about where I get my fabrics from and use the following tier list where possible. If it goes well I might wear it under my overcoat the way the soviet army tried to get people to wear telogreika (peasants just used them as casual/work jackets once they got their hands on them).

            Tier list
            1. British ilses
            2. Western Europe
            3. Rest of Europe
            4. India and friendly/ambivalent 3rd world
            5. China + unfriendly 3rd world

            I kinda plan on doing a neofolk/eastern block look as well. Perhaps eastern block for urban setting and neo folk for out. I like your idea of making a telogreika though, I have a Cold War Soviet one and it’s too small on me. The Spanish Civil War is also a good conflict for inspo, a good mix between military and civilian, maybe not commie block specifically but looks cool imo. Lots of cords worn. Although depending on the angle you take, this could be even more autistic, although autism is inevitable and a degree of un-self aware confidence is necessary. (Also I’m not a communist either)

          • Anonymous says:

            0.7g-1g protein per 1 pound of your goal weight daily, train weights.
            You will put on fat during a weight gain phase, it is unavoidable but the idea is to put on muscle + some fat then cut the fat after

            I’ll never get over the legions of stupids that take soviet propaganda at literal face value

            your mother can take my soviet propaganda straight on her face

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