57 thoughts on “Do people really think the shirt on the right looks good?

    • Anonymous says:

      Not me. This skinny fit shit is gay as hell. Obviously you don’t wanna have an autistic fit like , but this skinny fit high crop yuro trash fashion is absolutely garbage.

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/p9DiD44.jpg

      Not me. This skinny fit shit is gay as hell. Obviously you don’t wanna have an autistic fit like , but this skinny fit high crop yuro trash fashion is absolutely garbage.

      i personally really fw a sort of oversized dress shirt. it gives off an idgaf vibe but still looks sharp in a weird corporate uniform drone way. for this same reason i really wanna start wearing wide ties lol.
      like its kinda cool dress like you have no idea what youre doing but do it with some intentional choices so you still look good and maybe

  1. Anonymous says:

    both are bad this idiot can’t wear his shirt properly. You need longer shirt so it won’t untuck, but you’re supposed to put it in all the way down and then put the pants over it.

  2. Anonymous says:

    That image is from 10 years ago when every man on earth was relentlessly bullied into being terrified of wearing "baggy old people clothes" but neither looks amazing.

    I have to say though I do miss the days when just wearing everything too small was cruise control for cool. It’s all so complicated now 🙁

  3. Anonymous says:

    Speaking of shirts. What is the naked and famous of dress shirts? I want a good entry level shirt made somewhere white, Japan included

  4. Anonymous says:

    The problem with puffier shirts not looking right is with the pants not being right. A higher rise with a puffier shirt guarantees a better look.

  5. Anonymous says:

    No one gives a shit what a gay like you thinks looks good. Put it to a panel of straight women and get their feedback.

  6. Anonymous says:

    neither does. Find a local tailor, bring him your shirt and have it altered, they’re easy to fix and the difference with bespoke is minimal unless you have super weird proportions.

  7. Anonymous says:

    both look bad, but yeah, the "tight shirt and suit" fashion is stupid, there’s other styles if you want to show your muscles

  8. Anonymous says:

    Skinny suits are stupid, i mean maybe if you are italian or persian it can fit a certain style, but for most people its stupid

  9. Anonymous says:

    How much money do you want to put on the majority of people that hate proper/slim fit clothes are actually overweight?

    • Anonymous says:

      That might have been the case 10 years ago but I think common sentiment is that slim is done, it’s been beaten to death and beyond. It’s like saying "people who hate the beardjak lumbersexual look just can’t grow a beard", when the reality is it’s just incredibly passe at this point and is associated with people who are out of touch

    • Anonymous says:

      That might have been the case 10 years ago but I think common sentiment is that slim is done, it’s been beaten to death and beyond. It’s like saying "people who hate the beardjak lumbersexual look just can’t grow a beard", when the reality is it’s just incredibly passe at this point and is associated with people who are out of touch

      Like does this guy make you think "oh wow he’s so slim and healthy" or does he make you think "this guy spends a lot of time writing polemics about covid and/or the transsexual agenda on truth social"

    • Anonymous says:

      I hate slim shirts, and I’m 61kg.
      As other anons pointed out, you simply need to tuck the shirt properly, which is easier with normal (high rise) trousers.

  10. Anonymous says:

    both look terrible and are uncomfortable as heck

    zoomers and a good portion of millennials are based for rejecting suits and button down shirts

  11. Anonymous says:

    Both are fine I guess. It’s hard to judge them cause they’re models posing for a camera rather than natural photos of actual people.

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