34 thoughts on “how do i not look fat while layering?

  1. Anonymous says:

    If you’re not fat you won’t look fat. If you have a pretty face you will look fine. Who cares if you look "fat" when everyone with half a brain will know it’s just your cozy clothes.

    • Anonymous says:

      yes…
      was it the room that gave it away?

      Lose the dad coat, it doesn’t go well with the toddler build.

      how do i make it go well with my build then?

      dont layer pieces that are the same length. under the jacket your button down should be shorter. having everything the same length is contributing to your fatness look.

      right, thats what i was thinking
      shame too since im quite fond of that button down

  2. Anonymous says:

    dont layer pieces that are the same length. under the jacket your button down should be shorter. having everything the same length is contributing to your fatness look.

  3. Anonymous says:

    just layer with form-fitting pieces. if all your layers are 3x the right size or you’re piling on a bunch of puffer jackets or something, yeah, you’ll look like shit. if your layers actually fit you and aren’t excessively bulky, you won’t.

  4. Anonymous says:

    either fix your posture or go to the gym and fix your skinny fatness, get some shoulders and a wider back because you look like you’re ready to be a 40 year old dad at age 20 something.

    • Anonymous says:

      i tried but i gave up after like a week

      Why are your hips wider than your shoulders

      born wrong

      Try tucking the shirt

      but its a jacket, can i really tuck it?

      its the hair

      ill get a buzzcut one of these days

    • Anonymous says:

      outer jacket is the barbour bedale
      the green jacket is this
      https://www.zalando.be/brave-soul-korte-jassen-khaki-brh22t0eg-n11.html

    • Anonymous says:

      >and are wearing oversized clothing
      all the items of clothing in that pic were the smallest available, ranging from S to XS

      • Anonymous says:

        FTM? Height? If you’re small you may need smaller than XS/S male. ‘Small’ is not as small as it once was, male clothes – similar to female – are vanity sized, and cuts have become increasinly baggier recently. Your trousers, for instance appear hugely baggyat the thighs for your waist even with factoring in what appears to be your large hips. Buy based on actual measurements and additionally how they look on.

        Also, is that green shirt legit army surplus? This may be a problem too. I find AS gear is cut larger than the stated size. I have a 44 inch chest and buy 40 inch army surplus shirts to factor this in.

        • Anonymous says:

          im 175 and most clothes dont come in sizes smaller than XS lol (ig XXXL is so much more needed…)
          the jeans are baggy indeed but they practically have to be to account for my hips, its either that or buying womens pants

          the shirt isnt army surplus no
          we dont even have that stuff where im from i think

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