35 thoughts on “>How Do I Dress Like? How Do I Get This Look?

  1. Anonymous says:

    >remove the bullshit accessories like the glasses, rings and keychains
    >unroll the jeans a bit so they fall better on the boots
    >replace the shirt with a crewneck or zip up that jacket
    And boom, he’s mogging everyone

      • Anonymous says:

        >pants too tight, even the model’s pants are slightly relaxed
        >shirt not tucked in, equal proportion to jacket. elongated torso and shortened legs
        >hairstyle gives the head an "egg" shape, undercut rises up too high.

        suggestions:
        >slightly looser fitting pants, keep in mind the interaction between the cuff and the shoes
        >tuck in shirt, use a belt. model on the right’s torso is about 1/3rd of the overall composition, jacket should rest at about hip level
        >scarf needs more volume
        >more flattering lighting, camera angled upwards from a low elevation would help
        >more relaxed pose

        • Anonymous says:

          the fundamental problem is they’re moon faces & office dweeb manlets trying to wear runway fashion specifically designed for long legged 6’2-6’7+ aryan & black chads with gaunt heroin faces.
          i love ysl but i know its not made for me. it looks great on some of my friends.

      • Anonymous says:

        Looks like absolute shit on both
        You are such a gay for sucking Hedi’s cock, he has always been a talentless hack
        SLP has never been good
        My 2 cents

        • Anonymous says:

          you misread my post
          i was stroking off the pajeet guy’s fit
          other than how his jacket fits him
          if the guy lifted a bit and did cardio he would actually look very good and be able to pull off the indian 1950’s greaser thing

          • Anonymous says:

            My bad. I agree with you, some slight adjustments are needed
            My main gripe with most "heritage" fits is that my autism would like them to be period-accurate/realistic, and this one is a mess in that regard
            Pulling off the 50s look is not a race thing, there were plenty of well dressed people of all races at that time, and most of them werent model-tier attractive

          • Anonymous says:

            >Pulling off the 50s look is not a race thing, there were plenty of well dressed people of all races at that time, and most of them werent model-tier attractive
            i was wrong saying it was a white thing but america’s diversity was mostly limited to white/black/hispanic/native in the 1950’s and 60’s. there wasn’t a lot of immigration from asia. we’re talking about a period of time where there were riots over the thought of letting more than 53 people immigrate per year into america from the phillipines… supreme court even ruled against it… back when the phillipines was a us territory. oof we really did that country dirty.
            greaser look was really popular with hispanics. way more than i thought.
            not as popular with blacks, but greaser-adjacent shit like rockabilly was.
            looking at period photos of greasers on a stock photo websites right now its mostly white and hispanic dudes. more hispanics than i thought.
            its totally period correct that anyone of any race who wound up in north america could have wound up being a greaser. but especially in modern times where media representation of greasers skews even further white, it just makes it automatically easier for white guys to pull off imo.

            >My main gripe with most "heritage" fits is that my autism would like them to be period-accurate/realistic, and this one is a mess in that regard
            i mentally split heritage into two categories sort of like with metal. you have the period correct true essence stuff and the nu interpretations of it more akin to jap streetwear. i’m fine with both when they’re pulled off correctly, but ironically the one which isn’t a costume is much easier to make your fit look like a costume with.

    • Anonymous says:

      the worst thing about this fit is it’s easily ~$2000. guys who dress this way have fallen down the rabbit hole of fetishizing materials and brand pedigree rather than aesthetics. you see the same thing over at /tip/. stop making moodboards and start looking in the mirror

      lel what year is it. that jacket is easily 2k retail alone

  2. Anonymous says:

    the reason his fit looks costumey & cringey is because he’s chubby & indian. the indian thing only matters because he’s going for a look highly intertwined with a cultural/historic period from a different race, any other fit it wouldn’t matter. that’s outside his control, but at the same time my brain can suspend disbelief enough to accept a indian 1950’s greaser mechanic dude if he looks the part. if he got in shape (or was already in shape from living the lifestyle he’s imitating) he’d pull it off. currently he looks like a little boy playing dressup. his fit in a vacuum is sick and mogs 99% of this board. it goes to show even people with good sense of style can fall victim to picrel.

    • Anonymous says:

      oh i am i’ve been to the white oak plant, designed a pair of repro jeans for an outfitter & jay from blue owl used to get me christmas gifts

  3. Anonymous says:

    the worst thing about this fit is it’s easily ~$2000. guys who dress this way have fallen down the rabbit hole of fetishizing materials and brand pedigree rather than aesthetics. you see the same thing over at /tip/. stop making moodboards and start looking in the mirror

    • Anonymous says:

      no different to people who pay 500 bucks for a cotton supreme shirt but the difference is that you’re actually getting quality materials

    • Anonymous says:

      i used to dress like him just at a glance his fit looks like 6000bux or more in 2008-2016 money cause i have no idea what prices are on that kind of stuff anymore.
      2000 isn’t a lot for a fit. that boring fit i posted yesterday was i think 2200 or 2400. that’s actually a pretty cheap low key outfit in the luxury fashion world. i didn’t dress up to take pics for LULZ, i just saw the guy said post a fit on an average monday while i was about to walk out my front door that has a mirror by it. 2400 bucks is probably the average i expect to spend for a piece of luxury outerwear. the way i dress would be considered entry level in that space. there’s people who spend what the guy in op does on his whole fit for a coat no prob.
      it sounds really ridiculous but its not really when you consider things like this

      no different to people who pay 500 bucks for a cotton supreme shirt but the difference is that you’re actually getting quality materials

      but also add on the fact that these pieces don’t go out of style so assuming you’re not still growing (underage b&) or drastically change your physique they’ll be relevant, look good, and also last a lifetime. designer stuff doesn’t always but heritage shit does. its expensive but you get your money’s worth. i worked in design for an outfitter so i know exactly how much profit they make and how much goes into materials. heritage workwear is some of the lower profit margin stuff in the whole fashion world. that’s why no one makes it and america’s last heritage denim mill couldn’t turn a profit and got bought by a demolition company.
      fun fact: everyone used to shit on white oak and call it mall denim and now all the denim spergs pay out the ass for it. stupid gays its great. that’s why i designed my jeans with it in mind.

    • Anonymous says:

      agree on the pedigree part
      but at the same time
      its one of the only ways to get clothes made in a first world country by a worker paid a living wage top to bottom (not just fake mitusa where its assembled here out of cheap slave labor textile)
      it basically is the only way for americans without importing brands they can’t get here from europe.

  4. Anonymous says:

    his fit could be like anywhere from 6k to 15k honestly
    his wallet probably costs 600-1200 to put things in perspective
    i can just tell looking at him what wallet he has in his pocket, just not sure which brand because its out of picture

  5. Anonymous says:

    if you think about it, its actually one of the only reprieves you get short of giga expensive bespoke tailored clothing from all the horrible things associated with the fashion industry.

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