146 thoughts on “Do you zoomers actually think this looks good?

    • Anonymous says:

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

      This dude hecked up by wearing a shirt that actually fits, if you go with baggy pants wear a baggy or oversized shirt. Buddy looks like a hecking clown.

      Looks like he’s got the camera placed really low (around knee height), so his legs are closer to the lens and look disproportionately bigger than they really are.

      • Anonymous says:

        Regardless of camera angle, the shirt is too small. Baggy fits were figured out over 20 years ago, small shirt and baggy pants looks ridiculous.

  1. Anonymous says:

    it’s like with all things.
    > pretty guy wears something
    > looks good
    > people think it’s the clothing that looks good, but actually the guy could wear anything and it would look good.
    > becomes a trend / influenced by moron musics and so on

    • Anonymous says:

      99% of millennials were wearing baggy or relax fit at that age, zoomers really think late 2000s early 2010s skinny fit is the only thing millennials ever wore lol.

      • Anonymous says:

        Not entirely true
        I’m 30 and had a skinny-but-not-quite jean phase for a number of years late high school to early 20s
        The one thing I’ve learned is to just get regular
        these zoomie gays wont be wearing these overly baggy pants soon enough

    • Anonymous says:

      This guy would’ve been made fun of for dressing like a gay. Slouchy fit jeans worn sagging at the waist or regular fit jeans that reached the ground so your hems would naturally be scuffed like pic rel was what everyone wore until the early 2010s

    • Anonymous says:

      If you’re jacked and tan, and lost the dumb hat and switched out the emo hair for final fantasy hair, it’d look cool
      Basically be Zyzz

      • Anonymous says:

        timberlake was a wigger, wiggers and niggurs would never be caught dead wearing skinny jeans pre 2010s hip hop cullture was all about baggy and sagging.

        then zesty niggas took over rap and started wearing skinny jeans

    • Anonymous says:

      skinny jeans are the first item of clothing that I can remember transcending subcultures
      the early 2010s would still see most people being laughed at for wearing skinny jeans, or for their trousers only meeting their ankle, then it eventually just became the de facto jean fit for years. Now, everyone is ‘into fashion’
      hipsterism didnt die, it’s just that everybody became one

      • Anonymous says:

        Bsck in the 00’s thete weten’t skinny jeans for men. Hipsters and emos got theirs from the women’s department. Everybody else made fun of them just to wear skinnies but a few years later. Funny how fashion trends work.

    • Anonymous says:

      the normalfags all wore true religions, seven jeans, and other nordstrom brands in loose baggy fits.
      which is ironically the same thing zoomers wear now minus the brands that suicided themselves to the rack between then and now.

    • Anonymous says:

      skinny jeans look fine the problem is most guys shouldn’t wear them. and they should never be sized skin tight. they should fit so they just barely restrict motion, and they will stretch to the perfect size with wear.
      you have to be tag size 27-32 at absolute most. if they make your legs look like twigs you shouldn’t wear them. lanklets skinnyfats and rail thin guys look better in slim cut. fat guys should never wear skinny jeans. juiced out thighbros can get away with stretch material skin tight skinny jeans, they’re the only exception.
      picrel i have jeans which fit much better in the upper block but below the inseam this fit is perfect.

  2. Anonymous says:

    This dude hecked up by wearing a shirt that actually fits, if you go with baggy pants wear a baggy or oversized shirt. Buddy looks like a hecking clown.

  3. Anonymous says:

    They look alright. Skinny jeans looked bad even at their peak. You could just wear slightly loose jeans and always be in style though.

  4. Anonymous says:

    im 33 and starting to wear baggy jeans and its comfortable as fcuk. they are baggy. cozy, gives me more confidence. sure it looks shit. but its so cozy. i dont give a fcuk about trying to look good anymore. feeling good is best/.

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m 32 and have co-opted this zoomer thing to some degree too. Zoomers are a good bunch of lads. They made banging trannies okay, they made dressing like a fat guy popular right when I started to become a fat guy and since they’re all hecked I’m not jealous of their youth

    • Anonymous says:

      He’s probably wearing like 3 inch lifts on top of having way shorter than average arms on top of having a shorter than average shirt

  5. Anonymous says:

    Why the heck are you so obsessed with teenagers??? If I use the word teenagers, instead of zoomers, do you know how wierd this is? How old are you that you are complaining about how the „kids these days“ dress? Do you know how old and creepy this makes you look?

  6. Anonymous says:

    this guy is such a gay, his entire personality is the fact he discovered baggy jeans a year ago
    him and some filipino girl who made moving to tokyo her whole personality are constantly on my discover feed

      • Anonymous says:

        look at his arms he’s definitely wearing shoe lifts
        he has to wear baggy jeans because he’s walking tippy toe like a ballerina and it hides that his knees are buckling while he’s at resting position.
        you can tell in the video real bad: https://www.tiktok.com/@augustbandersen/video/7296996616089636128

        • Anonymous says:

          good eyes, I checked and yes absolutely.
          if you look at the other videos too, you notice that the front of his footwear is literally always off the ground, this happens when you wear heels and you are trying to keep the weight on your heels

          • Anonymous says:

            look at his arms he’s definitely wearing shoe lifts
            he has to wear baggy jeans because he’s walking tippy toe like a ballerina and it hides that his knees are buckling while he’s at resting position.
            you can tell in the video real bad: https://www.tiktok.com/@augustbandersen/video/7296996616089636128

            Bros definitely on stilts lmaooo

          • Anonymous says:

            https://i.imgur.com/HZrFzA8.jpg

            Do you zoomers actually think this looks good?

            is his whole personality just baggy jeans and standing really awkwardly? the heck

          • Anonymous says:

            his arms dont do the t-rex thing and all his pants fit different in the videos where he has no shoes on.
            it looks like he’s still wearing some kind of lift inside his sock in one of them, but its probably not as tall as the shoe lift.

  7. Anonymous says:

    This feels like some dumb console war or sports team argument. Skinny can be good. Baggy can be good. You should own both if you have the money.

      • Anonymous says:

        idk dockers ig
        considering returning it because i dont think they suit me though
        […]
        >Heydrich
        i dont get the comparison

        >Heydrich
        ok i now get the comparison
        finally some good broad hipped representation

      • Anonymous says:

        idk dockers ig
        considering returning it because i dont think they suit me though

        I’m gonna be real you got the Heydrich birthing hips on the left

        >Heydrich
        i dont get the comparison

    • Anonymous says:

      the problems:
      mid rise is better for your torso to leg ratio.
      raw/dark wash jeans in non slim cuts look goofy before they’ve broken in and the creases have set.
      pleated denim is really old timey.
      the good: fits you very well

      • Anonymous says:

        >mid rise is better for your torso to leg ratio.
        does it help if i just dont tuck in my sweater or shirt?
        >raw/dark wash jeans in non slim cuts look goofy before they’ve broken in and the creases have set.
        so i just have to push through it for now?
        >pleated denim is really old timey.
        in like a bad way..?

        • Anonymous says:

          >does it help if i just dont tuck in my sweater or shirt?
          don’t tuck your sweaters unless its the thin kind, get them the correct torso length.
          if you want to wear high rise jeans and aren’t comfortable tucking and having that more old timey silhouette then i would suggest wearing casual shirts untucked and hemmed to the middle of your fly. don’t go out and buy "untucked shirts" just go to a tailor and get them hemmed to the right size and shape for your body, it will look better and be cheaper. you can get your existing shirts altered just don’t do it to dress shirts only casual ones.
          >so i just have to push through it for now?
          yes typical raw jeans take the better half of a year to get going unless they’re known fast faders or you beat the shit out of them doing something like construction.
          >in like a bad way..?
          depends what you’re going for and what you think you can pull off. wear an untucked casual shirt with them first and also keep in mind your jeans dont even have creases set in yet.

          https://i.imgur.com/obF42H7.jpg

          baggy jeans are fine. it just depends on how u wear em and not look like a goofy goober in
          pic rel

          xactly
          all cuts look good, but not in every fit or on every body.

    • Anonymous says:

      The pleats, the high waist and the slight blousing at the hips make them look like a WWII era pants. You kind look like your great-grandfather about to being drafted. Personally I never liked that shilouette, but if that’s what you were going for, you nailed it.

  8. Anonymous says:

    […]

    I just turned 29 and I’m not a zoomer. Millennial generation ended between 96-97, which is where zoomers start. Oldest zoomers are 26-27 right now.

  9. Anonymous says:

    […]

    I don’t give a shit one way or another. Millennial, boomer, gen x, zoomer. They’re all filled with stupids either way. I’m just letting you know.

  10. Anonymous says:

    in 2-3 years time cuffing your pants will be the hip new thing for zoomers to do and all these same fashion babbies telling you that you look like an old man or gay for cuffing your jeans will be all over it again like they were a few years ago.
    but it won’t be like the last time it was trendy; it won’t be skinny jeans and it won’t be to show off the selvedge.
    it fits right in with the kind of based diy trend zoomers have. you know how they’re just scissors cropping pants and shirts now days? its not very far off from how jeans cuffing originally started: because they came in one size and you’d cuff them to fit your height.

  11. Anonymous says:

    depends where, but generally if in a capital / big city yes, esp with a skater culture

    Where I live, skinny and slim are seen as overly formal, uptight and anti-casual. People that dress with skinny and slim jeans are either above the age of 30 or have a stick up their ass, gives off an awkward impression. Tend to make you look like you’ve got chicken legs. Whereas looser pants create an illusion of more volume and make you look more relaxed. They are also generally more comfortable to wear than tighter pants.

    Obviously where you live is a big factor, where I used to live this would be seen as hella gay / hobo so its relative to the local fashion

    t. zoom zoom

  12. Anonymous says:

    Skinny looks uncomfortable but this looks like clowncore. Everyone doing this looks childish badly dressed teen that is too dumb to pick the right pant size.

    You look like a freak heading out to a juggalo concert

  13. Anonymous says:

    I’m a millennial who grew up being told every mUsT bE FiTtEd and you should always wear skinny and slim fit.

    Convince me to embrace loose clothing of this era? I don’t know how you would even make it look good

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m a xennial who wore loose/baggy in the 00’s and slim (but not skintight skinnies) in the 10’s.
      Honestly regular straight or at most a slight taper (contouring the shape of the leg but still leaving some room) is were it’s at as you grow older.
      Baggy pants when you’re pushing 30 (or worse, if you’re already over 30) will make you look like a manchild. Overtly skinny jeans will make you look like an out of touch npc that tries to dress like a GQ cover model.
      Just my 2 cents.

  14. Anonymous says:

    hecking baggy, shitty clothing trends are the worst thing to happen to fashion. Yeah, you don’t want to walk around looking like you’re wearing jegging, but why are people so afraid of highlighting the silhouette of your body? All this baggy shit does is make you look like a shapeless knob wearing hand me down clothes.

    • Anonymous says:

      there’s baggy and then there’s BAGGY
      like how people like to conflate slim and skinny
      stuff like this pic

      https://i.imgur.com/obF42H7.jpg

      baggy jeans are fine. it just depends on how u wear em and not look like a goofy goober in
      pic rel

      still is able to show your silhouette, compared to whatever the heck jnco shit OP’s guy is wearing

    • Anonymous says:

      Oh man I do not miss baggy jeans that covers most of your shoe and you walk into a damn puddle, was such a common sight in the 00s.

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