64 thoughts on “GermanStyle

  1. Anonymous says:

    I think germans are barely above the irish in terms of placement amongst humanities races, that’s what I think

    A hoodie with a tie?

    • Anonymous says:

      You are right. A hoodie with a tie – because we hecking can. Although, it’s actually an American thing – mixing unmixable.

      • Anonymous says:

        What are the use cases for this, who did you have in mind when thinking about your customer base?
        Looks quite tacky and out of place for most occasions. Maybe as ironic clubwear.

        • Anonymous says:

          I live in Berlin, it’s how people usually dress here.

          U buy it because it looks catchy, wear it when u want to stand out and gain some confidence boost. Generally speaking this specific colors and attributes boosts self-confidence and attracts attention. The inspiration for this was, surprisingly, the SS uniform (I am no nozi, bui it looks cool). I tried to recreate its positive morale-boostong qualities without the outfit being too impractical or illegal.

          In terms of customer base – 15-27, alt-oriented, mentally ill, people with self-confidence problem – also average Berliner. (And probably some "very old fashioned germans", although unintentional)

          • Anonymous says:

            Yeah, I figured something like this would come from Berlin.
            Try to look at what the competition is doing, Peso or whatever. Most of them produce in Turkey anyway

          • Anonymous says:

            wtf do you really live in Berlin are you larping?
            Because I actually live in Berlin and nobody hecking dresses like this. Are you stupid? Nobody wants to walk around with a QR code.

            A few teenagers maybe wear a tie because of some stupid TikTok change otherwise nobody wears skinny trousers except for many rapeugees from Syria or some shit.

          • Anonymous says:

            it just looks like a rehash of shitty 2000s mallcore, without any irony or playfulness that could possibly make it acceptable

          • Anonymous says:

            The tie is just straight stupid, and the QR code is techgay shit that only people in San Francisco would ever wear. And without those 2, there’s nothing special here to even worth mentioning.

          • Anonymous says:

            I would advise you use high quality heavy unisex hoodies and t-shirts and some innovative design/Motiv on the back to actually build up a brand.

            Sounds boring but that is actually something people would buy, clothes that people actually wear. This is what people need, not gaygy my chemical romance shit.

            Sounds easy, but if it was then we would all do it.

          • Anonymous says:

            NTA but here is an example of a young German streetwear brand that’s quite popular
            https://dollarsandisyans.com

            Although it relies solely on influencer marketing to drive sales so it may not be reflective of how you want to build your brand

          • Anonymous says:

            Hoodies are on the far end of casual while ties are on the far end of formal. Combining them looks gimmicky and low class, even worse than the skinnyfit sexcore hoodie blazer combination. Yeets however would love it. Also it has been done before

        • Anonymous says:

          to be fair, people here either look like wannabe gangsters or dressed by their mom, and somehow this design manages to perfectly fuse these two aesthetics. maybe he’s a genius.

        • Anonymous says:

          You are full when I say you are full, sweat pants. Until than, the filling must go on.
          Ukrainians, Turks, Arabs and Africans – I understand your hate towards them, and them may even deserve it. But without immigration you will simply die out because you don’t want to heck.
          Somebody has to do it, right?

      • Anonymous says:

        Auch mit viel Wohlwollen finde ich nicht, dass das gut ankommen würde. Vielleicht in bestimmten teenager nischen, mit großem Interesse an edgy klediung?

        I live in Berlin, it’s how people usually dress here.

        U buy it because it looks catchy, wear it when u want to stand out and gain some confidence boost. Generally speaking this specific colors and attributes boosts self-confidence and attracts attention. The inspiration for this was, surprisingly, the SS uniform (I am no nozi, bui it looks cool). I tried to recreate its positive morale-boostong qualities without the outfit being too impractical or illegal.

        In terms of customer base – 15-27, alt-oriented, mentally ill, people with self-confidence problem – also average Berliner. (And probably some "very old fashioned germans", although unintentional)

        Alternativorientierte Jugendliche und Edgy teenager, die gleichzeitig mit wolkiger Nazi-Ästhetik assoziiert werden wollen? Die SS Ästhetik sehe ich im Übrigen überhaupt nicht. Erinnert mich eher an Watchdogs…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I just want to leave this godforsaken country I’m going insane the people on TV hate me everyone hates me they want to lock me up and kill my soul I have to leave

  3. Anonymous says:

    Cute drawing, might work in a cartoon or something, but if I went to an event with a friend dressed like that I’d be hecking embarassed.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Ultimately you may be wanting to do more market research rather than pushing a product nobody needs, because then the burden of creating the demand will be placed on you.

  5. Anonymous says:

    One thing I was taken aback by when looking at high end active wear brands was that most of their clothes are predominantly polyester. Everyone is happy to wear plastic now, wtf. Not me, I’m cotton and merino, and refuse to pay a premium to be made ill with microplastics bullshit. Merino is expensive and very delicate though

  6. Anonymous says:

    You’d think men’s fashion would have more alternatives than a tie or a scarf. What is with ties anyway they’re absolutely useless silly things, is it supposed to be another dick

      • Anonymous says:

        Ungefähr wie bei einem Kragenlosen Mantel. Hier ist ein von DALL-E entstellter Render, da kann man es besser sehen. (Da sind die Sachen länger, es ist aber leider wegen der Unvollkommenheit des Programms.)

  7. Anonymous says:

    Learn how to actually make clothes. Everybody can do a sketch but get mad when they cant actually make the clothes, or the sweatshop they send the sketches to make the clothes dont do it how you intended.

    • Anonymous says:

      The good part of this particular model is that is easily made on the basis of already existing base models of Hoodie-Dresses (Hoodiekleid), with only substantial being 2 extra seams, 1 long part of clothe and 6 red buttons.

      • Anonymous says:

        du wirst dich wundern wie kompliziert es wird das ganze Andy Zingdong und seiner Firma von zwei dutzend 13 jährigen zu erklären

  8. Anonymous says:

    it’s cringe af. even the blazer over hoodie thing is played to death at this point and this is even worse. please don’t invest your own or anyone else’s money into producing this "design". yes, germans are famous for their bad taste in clothes, food, entertainment and generally all the small things that make life fun – but even they wouldn’t wear this.

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