How do you find your own style? t. clueless NEET

How do you find your own style?
t. clueless NEET

  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    You just have to try shit out

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Choose a style that matches your face.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      This. Face and body are most important if you want to look good. If you don't care just wear whatever you like, and dress for the occasion ffs. Comfort is key to confidence, if you are constantly having to readjust your clothes you'll never be confident

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      This. Face and body are most important if you want to look good. If you don't care just wear whatever you like, and dress for the occasion ffs. Comfort is key to confidence, if you are constantly having to readjust your clothes you'll never be confident

      Bros, I'm not OP but how do you do this? I have young face, graying hair and a fairly athletic build and am 5'9" archduke of mallets. I'm 31

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        I'd go with Poli Sci core. Sport coats over silk shirts with contemporary colors (right now Rouge, Lavender, Teal, Aqua, just take a stroll through an Alo or Lululemon and go with the colors there) and Khakis with Oxford toe shoes if you're a professional. Basic cologne and a light smell of whisky sweat and smegma.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Well got the whiskey sweat down

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >How do you find your own style?
    Experimentation! But seriously, another practical way is to take images of outfits from ANYBODY or ANYTHING (even video game characters) and put them all together. You may notice patterns about stuff you like and that can help give you a start.

    For me, I experimented with a lot of things. My style is heavily leaned towards alternative and things like traditional goth, but I am still figuring it out

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Put them all together
      How?

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Compile what you like and examine it as a collective. Figure out what you think is cool and what works/might not work for you based on your body type and other factors.

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not even lying I got my style from looking at old photographs of my grandmas father dude was a musician and handsome as hell plus I just always liked how suits looked so I just made it a bit more casual like instead is suit coat I get a plain black zip up jacket keep the leather shoes, mainly go for boots tho, I abuse the hell out of snap on western shirts and only wear high rise pants

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    personal style evolves over years as you assemble your own wardrobe tbh

    The fit in your pic looks good and wearable basically anywhere. To start, buy basics like that in non-flashy colours.

    My starter list would be:

    2 x Cotton button-up shirts (white or light blue)
    1 x Cotton button-up shirt (inoffensive pattern like small stripes
    2 x T-shirts (solid colour, at least 1 white)
    1 x Beige chino trousers
    1 x Black jeans (worth spending a bit extra for higher quality here)
    1 x Wool pullover jumper (Either textured or dark colour: Green, Red, Blue)
    1 x Black belt
    1 x Black leather shoes / boots

    I enjoy buying clothing second-hand, it's cheaper and you can find some really nice pieces dating from a time when clothing was made to last. You'll find after a while you gravitate to certain items you like; my personal favourites are Fred Perry polo shirts. But after a few hours looking at clothing racks and learning about things like colour matching and silhouette, you'll find what appeals to you.

    Dressing well makes you feel well anon, have a nice day

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      These are all solid points, and yes DO NOT skimp on jeans. Try on a million if you have to in order to find the one manufacturer that works for you. A good pair will last years and age like fine wine. A lot of jeans-makers name their different cuts. Like for me, Rag & Bone “Fit 2” and Naked & Famous Denim “Skinny Guy” are perfect for me, so I can order online without trying on and I know they’ll work.

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go to thrift stores regularly and buy things that make you happy. You'll truly know if you like the piece of clothing you bought a couple weeks later or possibly longer when you realize you never wear it. Let the cream rise to the top and sell/donate the things you don't like/wear. After doing this for a while you'll know what brands you like and don't like, so now go to wear that clothing is sold, either online or in person, while continuing to thrift because its a good way to discover new shit regardless.
    I suggest thrifting because not only is it cheap but it also has essentially every style you could ever ask for outside of shit like techwear.
    Something that you don't realize until getting a bit into fashion is the importance of essentials, so plain shirts and regular ass jeans/khakis, and these can easily be found in abundance at thrift stores as well.

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >find a pic of style you like
    >ask online what it is called and find other pics
    >find and buy those clothes
    it's that easy

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >for starters, realistically ask yourself how much money you have and what sorts of clothes you actually need first
    >find inspo from online, magazines, movies
    >go to stores and try stuff on without buying just to see how it looks on you
    >try and buy a few new pieces at a time, don't buy a whole wardrobe all at once because you will definitely regret it
    >over time look at what you wear and connect the dots over what you like and what you don't like
    >do you like colors? hate slim-fit? love a certain style? suit specific items, etc?

    Want me to teach you how to cross the road next?

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wore really embarassing stuff in high school that I liked until it eventually evolved into a cohesive style. It became cohesive when I learned what silhouettes and cuts fit me best, when I took inspiration from vintage fashion, and when I lost some weight.

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    It should probably fit your lifestyle. I am a novice handyman, so I wear clothes that I see other tradesman wearing.
    What do you want to be when you grow up?

  11. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you are handsome any clothes will be fine.
    If you are ugly choose menswear.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      This isn't true. Having a cohesive, personal style is much more than that.
      It something that grows out of you. How you carry yourself, what you're about.
      That's why highschoolers and normies who are clueless about fashion look so awkward - they can be as good looking as anyone, but if they have no soul behind their appearance anyone will notice the uncanny valley, and it'll come off as cringe or try-hard.
      I think the trick to finding your own style is to own up to it, first and foremost. Start by literally being yourself - the rest of the journey is finding out what that really is, and what looks good on you.
      Take inspiration from things you like, and how they're dressed - but always remember that you're not that person/character/model. You have to stitch together your own style over the years, ever evolving. Even if that evolution means that one day you realize that you were meant to be bumcore the whole time.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Sure. Good luck doing all that when ugly.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          This is actually great advice, especially if you’re ugly. Own that too, embrace it. Lose the mindset that fashion is all about looking attractive; it’s 100% about looking like your true self.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            These are pathetic fairy tales on par with socialists' propaganda.

            Ugly outside means deeply traumatised inside.

            No one needs to see or show that true self if they really want to look and feel good.

            First get some menswear and bin plebwear (jeans, hoodies, sneakers).

            Then go to orthodontist and fix the jaw.

            Then fix the body fat and posture.

  12. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Same as anything else, you try and fail and try and fail until you find something that you like and aligns with your style goals.

  13. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Being creative helps a ton. It helps you make you make aesthetic associations with aspects of your personality/interests. As well as having extremely normal proportions, cuz then everything fits.

  14. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm 40 and i just bought a Gap hoodie for the first time. Actually, I had never even shopped there before because my family old got clothes from Walmart and TJ Maxx when I was growing up.

  15. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Also don’t try to impress other people. Do what makes the most sense to you. Only buy clothes that you really like, even if it’s just a t-shirt. Find the brands/materials/cuts, even if it’s “only” any-shirt, that are perfect for you and your lifestyle, and have different colors of the same article when you find something perfect.

    Source: guy who gets complimented on my fashion sense literally every time my coworkers see me outside of work.

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