33 thoughts on “How to not dress like a tourist

  1. Anonymous says:

    nope, but you are.
    they’re only refering to blazer, not the whole outfit.
    blazers are very common outside of flyovers

  2. Anonymous says:

    well for starters, Raphael is a tourist. travel and cruise ships are his passion.

    also GG isn’t really fashionable per se, they’re dandies who like the "timeless" menswear of the 1940s and 50s.

  3. Anonymous says:

    wtf did you expect from a publication called "gentlemans gazette". its for menswear guys that want to look like grandpas
    also if you think wearing a blazer will get you mugged you either live in the shittiest place imaginable or in a sheltered suburb and just think thats what the real world is like

  4. Anonymous says:

    Shouldn’t the guy in op sound sort of like the people from the film and show Fargo if he lived in Minnesota his whole life?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Did every just miss the title? These fits are fine, but it would be stupid to wear this if you DIDN’T want to look like a tourist. You would stand out to the extreme if you dressed like this and not in a good way.

        • Anonymous says:

          Because how the heck are you still concerned with still "looking like a tourist" Do you not have a normal hecking wardrobe? Can’t you just look at the weather of the country you’re going to and dress accordingly to that weather??? It’s 2024, men dress like women and women dress like dudes. You can buy clothes from anywhere in the world. No one in a modern city is gonna give a shit about what you’re wearing. It’s not out of place to be in either a suit and tie or a polo shirt and shorts all the time in like 90% of the world.

          • Anonymous says:

            and even if you disagree with my sentiment. How are we supposed to give you advice on not looking like a tourist if we don’t even know where you’re going to be a tourist at. Every place has its own culture apparently. I could give you advice on not looking like a tourist in Japan but is that gonna help you if you’re visiting Sri Lanka

  6. Anonymous says:

    Some ways depending on location, tourists are pegged( in Germany)
    Depends on context and or weather of course
    University t – shirts
    Flip flops out side of the beach/ pool
    Hot pants
    Sweatpants leggings outside of the gym.
    Cargo pants, Bermuda shorts
    Baseball caps
    One of those is not enough, but put together it does peg you as such.
    T- shirts with sayings or graphics as an adult.
    Running shoes as casual shoe.
    Loud and garish color phosphorescent orange and or green are only used for warnings,signs and construction uniforms

  7. Anonymous says:

    Honestly, this COULD be a good suit to blend in with, because you’d look like you work locally looking after tourists.

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