Fuck Plastic, Buy Real Fabrics

I’m done with all these plastic clothes everyone is wearing these days. All i want to touch my body from here on out is real fabrics like cotton and wool. i already replaced my jeans and tshirts with 100% cotton versions from american giant but who else is out there making quality clothes that aren’t made of plastic?

74 thoughts on “Fuck Plastic, Buy Real Fabrics

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thrifting/secondhand is your friend. Inb4 NPCs
    >wearing plastic is good! nothing wrong with some xenoestrogen in your blood stream tee hee

  2. Anonymous says:

    techwearbro here
    i used to go back and forth like you but now i dress to min/max my comfort for the situation i’m in, while not looking like a slob or npc.
    i live up north so it usually means wearing a mix of wools and synthetics. i’m a big fan of polyester/cotton blends too.
    right now i’m wearing leather shoes, nylon pants, a cotton flannel, a polyester jacket and a bison wool cap, merino wool socks and underwear. if it was colder i’d throw something like a cashmere, merino, angora down etc sweater on over the flannel.
    >who else is out there making quality clothes that aren’t made of plastic?
    if you’re a burger get pendleton or one of the outfitters that gets their wool from pendleton for wool. the non offshore filson stuff is good.

      • Anonymous says:

        why because i live in the beautiful cascade mountains and go hiking all the time? and there’s no Black folk in sight? life is good.

    • Anonymous says:

      synthetics are reasonable for jackets / coats that are weather-resistant and dont directly touch your skin
      i like barbours but thats not the only waterproof jacket option i want to have

    • Anonymous says:

      that’s so cool that you acquiesced to just being normal and not worrying about it. do you do anything else cool like sometimes cooking with basedbean oil when the recipe calls for it, or being chill about it when your daughter is going out with a black man

      • Anonymous says:

        its context anon.
        it means i live somewhere with inclement weather and seasons.
        so my post would not be very useful to someone living at the equator on a tropical island.

        that’s so cool that you acquiesced to just being normal and not worrying about it. do you do anything else cool like sometimes cooking with basedbean oil when the recipe calls for it, or being chill about it when your daughter is going out with a black man

        no if my daughter did that you would be hearing about it in the news.
        i rotate the fat i cook with every week or so between lard, beef tallow, leftover fats from cooking, butter, ghee, olive oil and avocado oil to have a healthy balance of dietary fats.

    • Anonymous says:

      Filson is asking for nearly $600 for a 100% wool sweater. I’m sure the wool is very thick and durable, but not so thick and durable that the price is justified. Paying $600 for a damn sweater is just stupid.

        • Anonymous says:

          that doesn’t make any sense tbh
          it’s obvious that nobody actually knows if they’re safe or not, but why take the risk if it can be avoided?

          • Anonymous says:

            Meanwhile you just know they have 32 actually unhealthy habits in life, beyond this one they make up where physical contact with a plastic turns u into plastic or whatever they believe

            Anti poliester npcs have become worse than vegans. Its hilarious how they believe they are some kind of enlightened individuals when one of the biggest normie trends nowadays is the rejection of all plastic products

            >i don’t think plastic in my blood is bad!
            >w w w why? because ummm i s s said so ok!
            also samegay ACK YOURSELF

          • Anonymous says:

            If you honestly believe that wearing polyester underwear means you have "plastic in your blood," because you saw a graph or a headline or a tweet or something that said so, you are a gullible stupid gay.

          • Anonymous says:

            if you honestly think manufacturing uranium clocks magically affects your body through the air because of a headline or something, you are a gullible stupid gay

  3. Anonymous says:

    Anti poliester npcs have become worse than vegans. Its hilarious how they believe they are some kind of enlightened individuals when one of the biggest normie trends nowadays is the rejection of all plastic products

    • Anonymous says:

      Meanwhile you just know they have 32 actually unhealthy habits in life, beyond this one they make up where physical contact with a plastic turns u into plastic or whatever they believe

      • Anonymous says:

        actually i go to the gym, cook my own food, grow most of my own vegetables, all of my herbs, buy my meat from a real butcher and i have no social media. the only big change that i have left is to get rid of my smartphone.

        • Anonymous says:

          based
          same here and I’m surprised there are so many autists like me out there
          soon I’ll be making my own clothes since it’s impossible to find shit even if you pay a lot for it

      • Anonymous says:

        this reminds me of the twitter post by some "plastics disrespecter" npc, where his new years challenge included both "not touching receipts"… and "not getting blackout drunk"
        imagine thinking "this is the year i stop drinking to unconsciousness" and still being worried about receipts. this shit got 7k likes lmao
        https://twitter.com/AlpacaAurelius/status/1612073440713777152

  4. Anonymous says:

    Amen, brother. Polyester and elastane are only acceptable in workwear which is meant to be abused and, therefore, should be cheap, and certain overwear like cheap padded winter coats and cycling windbreakers. Anything that touches your skin should be cotton, linen, wool or silk.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Spandex/Polyester is really nice, though. It retains its shape, it doesn’t tear easily, it washes well and dries quickly, and it is quite soft. I like it a lot.

  6. Anonymous says:

    its a receipe for mental illness to religiously obsess over only wearing natural fibres. its actually difficult to rid yourself of plastics entirely and in some ways 100% cotton or 100% wool is not so durable unless you thicken it up substantially thus being only useful in industrial settings which none of you /fashion/ larpers ever are involved in. that being said, those of us who actually work outdoors wear blended clothing because of its superiority in dealing with the elements

  7. Anonymous says:

    this hecking stupid trend lmao
    if you’re worried about
    >polyester
    >receipt paper
    >plastic packaging
    and yet you don’t
    >lift
    >eat only food you grew yourself and source meat from a trusted local farmer
    >RO filter + remineralize ALL your water
    >minimize your time on LULZ
    you’re stupid and worried about the wrong things. people who have no clue what a xenoestrogen is are running laps around you while you b***h about pointless largely irrelevant bullshit.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I have two kids and cook my food in non-stick pans and were Uniqlo polyester boxer shorts.

    Stop stressing. Get off LULZ and heck some women.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Ugh, seriously? Plastic clothes are like, so not the worst! Some of them can actually be comfy and stylish, but I guess that’s just not your thing. And yeah, they’re usually way more affordable and low-maintenance than your precious cotton and wool.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I wear synthetics for shoes and outerwear, but I’ve ditched it for everything else. The only downside is that natural fabrics are more expensive and I miss fleeces.

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