>I still dress the same way I did back in 2007. So my second year in university.
Only difference is that I own more button-downs now than before.
Has the way you dressed remained consistent for longer than 10 years?
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No, I'm not an npc
>No, I'm not an npc
People who say this are almost always dressed like absolute spergs who get their fashion-sense from the internet lol
Incorrect, something else you want to project?
Nothing else, nagger.
you used to be able to google terrorwave 7 years ago and find photos of exactly what i'd wear. i say 7 years ago because i have been wearing that style for 10 years at this point, but only found out about it when someone on effay called my style peak terrowave.
you will find that NPC's follow the trends and do not think for themselves. they change with what big brother tells them.
but anon, NPCs are the ones who follow trends
Who is saying you need to follow trends to change your style? Learn to read
>NPCs are the ones who follow trends
Yes. I went full cowboycore in 09. Haven't looked back since.
No, but I'm pretty much the only one in my social world, everybody else still dresses like they did as teenagers and we're all in our mid/late 30s. I think most of them look fucking ridiculous, and they all bust my balls for dressing like a boomer or whatever. (Which means colors other than black and shirts with buttons, apparently.)
It has been jeans with plain t-shirts and shirts and sneakers forever. In my mid to late 20s I started adding polos and chinos as well. Right now (mid 30s) I started adding non-sneaker shoes with the intention of adding sport jackets in the next couple of years.
Hell no. I used to wear shirty jcpenny slacks and a van heuson shirt for everything.
God I hate younger me.
What's wrong with Van Heusen?
Compared to all the other nicer shit I've had all those shirts held up better than the rest.
The short sleeve shirts were really great during the summer too.
Meh, they were pretty "middle age man" core for a 20 year old and I only ever bought the $5 clearance ones.
The biggest problem was that I'm short and absolutely nothing was tailored. Let alone the fact that it was all that checkered pattern.
>The biggest problem was that I'm short and absolutely nothing was tailored.
Well that makes sense. For my build the 15 1/2 sized shirts all fit rather nicely, but I understand.
Being thin is not great for clothing in America. I've spent sooo much on tailoring
Up until 20 all I wore were a plain T shirt + levi 505 + black running shoes
20 to 23 I switched to button ups for work, kek
Same. I’ve dressed the same since my college days.
Most of the graphic tees I own are from the early - mid 00s. So I have a lot of shit like “The cake is a lie” or “You’ve Lost The Game” on them.
Pair that with jeans and 10 year old new balances and you have what I look on an average day. I have a lot white t-shirts for when I want to wear button up shirts too.
As a SOCAL surf/snow guy yes. I wear RL cargo shorts, Independent Trucks socks, some sort of surf/snow/skate t shirt, and some Altra shoes.
I have dressed this way since I was twelve; creeping up on forty and still rock this style. I have not worn a trouser in like ten years. I wear a Paul Stuart polo shirt to be fancy.
I have some shirts 10 years and older
I’m 28 so no.
In fact, I kinda like getting older. I’ve always been more attracted to the way 30 year olds dress. Trying to fit in when I was 20 was much harder than it is now.
>I kinda like getting older.
Yeah, I agree, the clothes that seem "natural" on older guys are much nicer.
I'm 32 now, and in the past 3 years or so I've started paying attention to my clothing, which I never did before. So, now I actually pay attention to colors/patterns, whereas when I was younger it was just "closest shirt, jeans, shoes" every day.
The main thing I've been plateauing on is pants. I still wear jeans 96% of the time, because darker denims are formal enough to look sharp but casual enough to not be overdressed. But they look ridiculous, IMO, with things like wool coats. If I wear slacks or something I can tell my friends are wondering why I'm dressed like I just came from the office even though it's the weekend. I live in the California Bay Area, so it takes virtually no effort to overdress by a significant amount.
Not much has changed in the last 10 years, but I'm older and had changed styles a bit prior to that.
In my case it's been mostly a gradual evolution as I grow older. Lately I've noticed that I wouldn't feel comfortable wearing stuff that I did when I was in my 20's.
TIP since circa 2010
Yes and no. I still wear button down shirts tucked into my pants and boots, but the specific articles have changed and improved over the years
No, i used to wear hypebeast stuff in 2006-2015 starting with Nike SBs, then Bape (went to Japan and from Pondon on eBay until BWS LA opened up), then NBHD, Y-3, etc. Then I switched to random stuff. Now I pretty much wear the same thing everyday of oversized Propper cargo pants tucked into my socks and some triple black Nike sock darts with a black long sleeved Carhartt tee. This is the only recent picture I have of myself.
Yeah, 2010/11 just maintained that style. Kept the same basics + one offs here and there from life events etc