>fall for the minimalist quiet luxury wigger meme. >spent a fucking fortune on sneakers and hoodies

>fall for the minimalist “quiet luxury” wigger meme
>spent a hecking fortune on sneakers and hoodies

>everyone now thinks I am a slob
>those that recognize the brands think I am a hypebeast nerd, but most people just see baggy pants and a hoodie

When I wore 40 dollar blazers with chinos girls literally walked up to me to ask me out, now even when I talk to girls (or anyone really) I feel invisible

This was the worst trend /fashion/ and influencers ever convinced me to follow

89 thoughts on “>fall for the minimalist quiet luxury wigger meme. >spent a fucking fortune on sneakers and hoodies

    • Anonymous says:

      >fear of god and rick owens are not expensive now

      >When I wore 40 dollar blazers with chinos girls literally walked up to me to ask me out

      Fakest shit I ever heard. If you were good looking enough to approach in nerdy smart casual you’d be just as attractive in minimal clothing too.

      Ok, don’t believe me. I still usually dropped my spaghetti, but had girlfriends in college, first thing both said to me was complimenting the way I dressed

      >nerdy
      I was sleek

          • Anonymous says:

            not me lol

            I make 6 figures as well, that’s a very wide range. My salary starts with a 1, what about yours?

            over 1. EOY bonus is 5 fig after taxes

          • Anonymous says:

            It’s just lifestyle creep; it gets to some people more than others. While it’s understandable people will spend more money on things they’re interested in, talking a lot about the act of spending money itself is never a good thing. You should be thankful that you still see $1000 sneakers as expensive, especially if you plan to retire/become financially independent at a reasonable age. Personally I got out of uni with a $200k salary, and while I have a couple clothing items I paid ~$500 for (jacket, shoes, pants) those are only things I really like that I expect to last a long time, and in general I buy new clothes at most once or twice a month. I guess this is just my opinion, but all my experience in the world has shown me a financially stable family and an escape from wagie life is much more valuable than spending thousands on a "hobby" that only involves consuming.

            over 6 figures. my monthly concert budget is probably about 1k

            Not criticizing, but how often do you go to concerts? Most shows I see cost under $50, so I’d have to be going to at least 5 a week to spend that much.

          • Anonymous says:

            >in general I buy new clothes at most once or twice a month
            this is still very often lol I buy new clothes like two or three times a year maybe

          • Anonymous says:

            Nah, mostly just attitude. You can read the responses and see both posters make similar amounts of money. I know immigrants who have small businesses, real estate, and other investments and make much more money than either of these guys but would laugh at paying more than $200 for shoes.

  1. Anonymous says:

    >When I wore 40 dollar blazers with chinos girls literally walked up to me to ask me out

    Fakest shit I ever heard. If you were good looking enough to approach in nerdy smart casual you’d be just as attractive in minimal clothing too.

    • Anonymous says:

      >Guy in the OP looks like shit btw
      This. The hebrewtube algorithm recommended some of his videos and he just looks like shit. Cheap consumer brand clothes, nothing of good quality that actually looks aesthetically pleasing.

      • Anonymous says:

        >nothing of good quality
        The weird part is it’s not even bad quality
        I am pretty sure he is wearing pic rel, a 100% wool ami paris coat, but it still looks like a plasticky piece of shit from h&m

        • Anonymous says:

          It’s the same. I never understood why someone pays for more just to look like H&M clothing. They pay more for much quality but still get the most boring items with no cool details, interesting textures or character.

        • Anonymous says:

          heck, you’re right. He had some 1000 dollar hoodie or turtleneck or something, and still looked like a hobo. There was another video where he recommended an "outfit" of just jeans and white T shirt and white sneakers. Wow really? amazing.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >I will now become "x style" and buy all related products and clothes
    jesus heck, do people actually think like this? holy heck I hate fashion

  3. Anonymous says:

    If you’re gonna spend a lot of money on clothes to attract women then it’s stupid not to get loud and easily recognized designer shit.

    The whole point of the gucci house web polos is that girls recognize it. "Quiet luxury" is for yourself.

    • Anonymous says:

      Look at the guy you got your inspo from, do you think he actually pulls chicks?

      >inb4 dressing for women

      Obviously OP is concerned about that. He shouldn’t get his fashion tips from petmavirgins.

      >"Quiet luxury" is for yourself.
      Spot on

    • Anonymous says:

      >wow, it got cold over the past couple hours
      >I’ll put my hood up to block the wind and keep me warm
      Gee, I hecking wonder. I guess hamplanets don’t have this problem.

        • Anonymous says:

          What’s your solution, pull out a hat? Unlike you, non-trooned men don’t carry purses for the eventuality of temperature dropping. It’s attached to their hecking hoodie.

      • Anonymous says:

        What’s your solution, pull out a hat? Unlike you, non-trooned men don’t carry purses for the eventuality of temperature dropping. It’s attached to their hecking hoodie.

        Carrying around a wool hat in your pocket is less comfortable than wearing a hoodie.

        dude, you’re stupid. fashion board heck off

  4. Anonymous says:

    Minimalism fashion is such a hecking meme.
    It’s not "bad" by any mean but at the same time it’s so boring. people who are usually into this kind of stuff is because they want to play it "safe" and what it ended up to me is something that has personally.

    this extend to the minimalist interior design as well. it’s just so boring

    pic not related

  5. Anonymous says:

    Is quiet luxury just nice clothes for older people

    I wear this kind of clothes because I did not get more adventurous the richer I got

    • Anonymous says:

      Nah, not exactly older people but more like rich upper class with good taste.

      it’s the specific branch of minimalism where it’s lowkey but you know that the guys is rich.
      it doesn’t really have to shove your face with any brand name or bullshit.
      very simple and luxury.

      OP pics isn’t really quiet luxury, just normal minimalists
      check out Succession (the show)

  6. Anonymous says:

    Left outfit looks stupid, he’s basically wearing pajamas with a scarf.
    Middle looks too bulky and weird, would be warm though. Needs less bulk.
    Right is the only outfit that looks good but you can get that anywhere, it doesn’t need to be expensive.

    • Anonymous says:

      being a manlet is a good litmus test for how well a person dresses. manlets have to tailor their clothes more than others to look good so when someone hecks up, they really heck up.

      • Anonymous says:

        true, but at 5’6 I don’t know why you’d want to dress trendy at all. at that point you gotta pick between just hecking around or wearing a pinwheel hat and holding a lollipop

  7. Anonymous says:

    I think streetwear is stupid because it looks like shit 99% of the time, the 1% is basically reserved for celebs and rich kids who have enough time, money and looks to make outfits. Imo if you’re going to spend this much time and effort to make hoodies and sneakers look good on your chubby 25-40 year old body you might as well bite the bullet, buy normal menswear instead and look way better for less money and effort.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Actually rich people wear stuff like this because thinking about what outfit to wear every morning takes time away from making money

  9. Anonymous says:

    Dress how you want to hecking look, why the heck you úing guides. Surely you have an eye for what looks fine.

    Tim Dissident or whatever the heck is the dumbest manlet cope heck I’ve ever seen.

    • Anonymous says:

      >Dress how you want to hecking look, why the heck you úing guides. Surely you have an eye for what looks fine.
      Most people do not, especially if they are not into art and color composition, or if they just want to keep up with the latest trends
      >Tim Dissident or whatever the heck is the dumbest manlet cope heck I’ve ever seen.
      You arent wrong

  10. Anonymous says:

    Stop taking fashion cues from people (esp ugly like OP pic rel) who obviously stare at themselves at a mirror so much that they’ve convinced themselves they’re good looking when they objectively aren’t. Google, "near exposure effect".

  11. Anonymous says:

    someone posted a tweet once that was basically, "stealth wealth is a dumb fad and what you really want is just free time to hang out in a big beautiful house and pursue your hobbies" but they said it better than me

    "stealth wealth brands" are literally the same as the brands that advertise loudly their "luxury status", the difference is that the owners delude themselves into thinking they bought it "for themselves" (lol)

  12. Anonymous says:

    how did you spend a fortune
    all you needed was a la apparel hoodie and hiking shoes

    just accept the fact you don’t know how to dress yourself

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