77 thoughts on “Does this prove fashion doesn't matter if you're ugly?

  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s a TikTok of a 15 year old kid emulating a 27 year old man. And you’re comparing their sex appeal? What are you, gay?

  2. Anonymous says:

    devil’s in the details
    the two fits aren’t even remotely close
    second guy clearly doesn’t know how to dress even remotely
    the absolute state of zoomer "fashion influencers" aka stupids on tiktok
    >zoomer’s wearing a boxy tanktop in the wrong size instead of a slim fitted wifebeater style tanktop in the first pic
    >zoomer’s trousers are cheap thin polyester not thick wool trousers like the pic
    >zoomer’s wearing the wrong size belt for those pants, note the difference in size in belt loops
    >zoomer’s trousers have curved inset pockets not chino style slash pockets
    >zoomer’s trousers are too loose/sloppy fitting for how cheap and thin they are
    if you can’t immediately see all this stuff you have to go back to the basics.

      • Anonymous says:

        also note the massive difference in neckline in the tanks and the zoomer’s lack of chains implying he doesn’t even understand the look he’s imitating (its a new york look centered around showing off your chains hecking stupid zoomie)

        merz b schwanen if you’re rich, taobao if you’re poor
        i used to like alexander wang for basics till he did a sex pest

    • Anonymous says:

      >the left is a photo, the right is a screencap of a video, so obviously the quality is going to be lower.
      >the left guy is more muscular within a slimmer fitting tanktop, so he looks way bigger
      >the left is posing in the street for a photo, while the right is awkwardly standing against a white wall with his face looking square at the camera

    • Anonymous says:

      This. He’s also missing the chain.
      Tbh I think the kid on the right could actually pull off the look petter if he applied himself. Hes got the thic eyebrows,the greasy wop features, and the squirrely eyes to really sell it aesthetically. If he hit the gym twice a week, got better pieces (wool pants and an actual cotton wife-beater), slapped on a gold chain and a silk button-up, and carried himself more confidently he’d blow the guy on the left out of the water.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Ignoring the obvious physique difference:
    >wrong pants
    >wrong tank
    >no necklace
    >bad angle
    >terrible indoor lighting
    >poor photo quality

    • Anonymous says:

      Ok but the dude on the right is obviously an Italian greasball so theoretically he should be able to wear this fit. You don’t need to look like captain America to wear clothes.

      • Anonymous says:

        Looks is only part of the equation. Vibe is the rest. The guy on the left obviously is hot and tall. But the guy on the left is an insecure mess and it shows. Ofc it also shows in the ill fitting and low quality clothes he chose. Why? Because people that do not have the vibe to pull off a looks also do not have what it takes to pull off having a good paying job and feeling like they deserve to buy high end pieces for themselves. It is like a domino effect from hell.

      • Anonymous says:

        Ofc it is about both. Bit who wears it is the base. If it is the right kind of person they can pull off the most basic fit and it will look godly. Obviously a great fit will look even better on them. But if the wrong person wears it, even the best fit will look off.

          • Anonymous says:

            Yeah but the fit is off because the vibe is off. Even if he got his hands on the original clothes the other guy was wearing, it would not come close.

          • Anonymous says:

            Yes. I am saying the fir is off because it is clothes picked by a person with an off vibe. But i am also saying that even if he got thw right clothes, it would still be off. It‘s like an off vibe contamintes everything from fit to body language and ends with the person not loolking fa at all.

        • Anonymous says:

          professional athletes are a great counterpoint, all the sports known for physiques are also known for athletes looking like autismclowns on the street because they can’t dress. ufc’s a great example, because their physiques aren’t quite nfl level where they run into "everything has to be bespoke to fit" problems

          • Anonymous says:

            As i said, being fit and tall is one thing. It does by no means means you have the right vibe to look fashionable. You might look like an oversized clown instead.

  4. Anonymous says:

    No, but it does prove that tall muscular men wearing expensive high quality clothing are more attractive than short skinny kids piecing together a cheap approximation of the same outfit bought at Walmart.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Fashion is largely an aesthetic thing, and a body is a physical object with an aesthetic form. You can’t separate the clothes from the body that they’re on, especially when the body literally changes the shape and look of the clothes themselves. Even if they had the same clothes, they wouldn’t look the same since they have very different body shapes. This is the same as the fat people who make videos like "is it a nice outfit or is she just skinny?", ignoring that the same clothes on a skinny person look completely different on a fat person.

  6. Anonymous says:

    >Does this prove fashion doesn’t matter if you’re ugly?

    No. It just means that wearing clothes meant to show off your body only work on people that look good.

    If you’re a man with a slightly below average height and you’re skinny, if you just wear the same clothes as everyone else you’re less likely to be deemed interesting by women than if you adopt a look that makes you look like an intellectual.

    Pick your clothes according to what you’re trying to achieve.

  7. Anonymous says:

    It also helps that left is just a better picture – the man is in action, he fills the frame, interesting background, and the camera waist height. In the right, we see far to much of the drab wall, there’s that unsightly switch next to his elbow and the camera is at chest height.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I don’t think it hhas anything to do with him being not as attractive as Jacob Elordi.

    You just have to have broader shoulder, muscles and tighter fit.

    • Anonymous says:

      I dunno who you are quoting but I would never buy zara. I used to exclusively buy them in college, but after a while the quality dropped massively. Sometimes I get seduced, buy something from there and 90% of the time they fall apart in a few months. The threads literally come out or melt away, or it gets ripped in some other way

      • gab.com/igorgutman says:


        Does this prove fashion doesn’t matter if you’re ugly?

        I might make it sexy being under 23 bmi, and with these pearls and earring, maybe even eyeliner

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