20 thoughts on “>"don't wear graphic tees or large brands"

  1. Anonymous says:

    you’re taking life advice from a mix of literal gays and incels. of course you’re not going to have luck with women, lol

  2. Anonymous says:

    Theyre exhausted at having to deal with the questions from the gf about "Why you dressed so nice" they surrender and just wear slobcore

  3. Anonymous says:

    >be me
    >don’t wear visible logos
    >don’t wear polos
    >girlfriend also says she doesn’t like visible logos
    >girlfriend bought me a Tommy Hilfiger polo with visible logos for Christmas

    • Anonymous says:

      Women say shit they don’t mean. Never listen to them. Girl told me how she doesn’t care about height and doesn’t mind a chubby dude but weeks later mentioned how when she was in Miami with her 5’8 chubby boyfriend she fell I love with all the tall buff guys

  4. Anonymous says:

    fashion isn’t for getting women, it’s for self expression. it’s pretty hard to express yourself when your clothes are covered in other people’s names.

  5. Anonymous says:

    >be me
    >wear black metal tees, the worst of graphic tees in many peoples eyes
    >still land gorgeous gf because i was bEEEEing myself

    dunno maybe feelings for a person run deeper than whatever they throw on their back or something

  6. Anonymous says:

    the no graphic tees thing literally came from r/menswear idk how /fashion/ got pozzed by the idea
    there are ZERO hard rules to being /fashion/ as long as you have taste and know your sphere/dress for the occasion
    if you’re a tastelet and need a list of reddit guidelines to not dress like a 5 year old then it’s already over for you and you should just get a uniform

  7. Anonymous says:

    Lest we forget that most of LULZ, especially /fashion/, holds fractured social connections at best.. or are just teens that have no personal style/confidence yet. If graphic tees honestly do nothing for you then so be it, not a problem at all. People that believe that here largely have just convinced themselves for it to be so. Shit, some of the most /fashion/ people I’ve seen in the wild had some sort of graphic thing going on to a degree.

  8. Anonymous says:

    It was a meme to try to teach autistic soibois how to dress more mature. Like everything, stupids here took it way too seriously and incorporated it into their weird culty belief system.

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