41 thoughts on “I dress like this every day (minus the beard, I can't grow one). Is it effay?

      • Anonymous says:

        crop out your face and blur the background, makes for even better judgment on the clothes because we won’t be influenced by if you’re handsome or not. Anyway, the clothes in the OP image are fine, they are not a style I would wear but they are fashionable.

  1. Anonymous says:

    These clothes have actually been worn so they look much better then moat of the workwear fits that get posted here where everything is still fresh out of the box.

      • Anonymous says:

        He’s not wrong, it’s basically a by-the-numbers /r/mfa workwear fit, although like

        These clothes have actually been worn so they look much better then moat of the workwear fits that get posted here where everything is still fresh out of the box.

        says it’s actually worn in enough to look good.

        why do stupids roll the cuff of their jeans instead of buying well fitted clothing? It looks so unbelievably stupid haha

        Raw denim only comes in 1 hem length, so it’s less effort to cuff it, and cuffing it shows the selvedge so it kills 2 birds with one stone.

  2. Anonymous says:

    its just ok, which doesnt mean bad, it just means you probably don’t stand out. In my opinion that makes for a really good impression, no one likes an attention whore, and you dont look bad. I give it an everyday 9/10

  3. Anonymous says:

    I don’t hate it just have nitpicks. I’d lose the hat, necklace, and wristband on the right. Consider a different pair of glasses that fit my face better or just swap to contacts. The jeans are a weird one idk if dislike them because of the cut or because of the shitty roll job.

  4. Anonymous says:

    why do stupids roll the cuff of their jeans instead of buying well fitted clothing? It looks so unbelievably stupid haha

    • Anonymous says:

      Cuffs look better because it helps break up the silhouette and add some flair
      It’s a stylistic choice and you have no style so you wouldn’t get it

      • Anonymous says:

        cuffs only look good on some body types.
        they look bad on manlets and guys with a low leg to torso ratio at any height because they make your legs look shorter.
        exception: cuffed at low top sneaker height doesn’t really shorten you much. its when the cuffs are top of boot height where it takes up to 3-4" off your visual height.
        if you have long legs cuffing or wearing slightly high waters can go a long way to balancing your proportions as well.

    • Anonymous says:

      because when jeans are tailored to the correct length (so that the denim just begins to break at your ankles barefoot, plus a bit of extra length if stacking is desired)
      it takes 1-2 rolls if you want to show your boots off and have your jeans end at the top of your boots.
      most reasons to cuff are strictly fashion:
      if you’re wearing dressier leather boots you probably want to show them off.
      if you’re wearing a work boot, they already look bulbous and awkward because of their wide lasts and possible presence of a safety toe. wearing jeans that break around a bulbous toed wide work boot looks ugly especially if the leg opening is wide. cuffing makes work boot’s proportions, which are always weird, look more normal and acceptable to our brains which are conditioned to think the human foot looks "right" when its ^ shape pointed and centered like a sneaker or dress shoe.
      but cuffing not only has stylistic roots in function: its also regularly practiced by basically any tradie who’s ever lived. not cuffing with boots protects debris from getting on your ankles and protects from ticks. cuffing stops your jeans from getting hecked up, you’ll typically want to around mud clay cement paint etc. it only takes a second or two to adjust for the situation, most people don’t even think about it. ime doing construction landscaping forest service etc.
      hope this helps brother.

  5. Anonymous says:

    It’s a pretty good every day fit. Everything fits really well and I don’t see any issues with color matching here. The only thing I’d change with this fit is minimizing the amount of accessories like the unnecessary wristband and necklace. The watch can stay since it actually has a purpose

  6. Anonymous says:

    Would lose the jacket and the cap. I never understood why people insist on wearing a jacket if you’re just going to leave it unbuttoned or not use it. It has no purpose. The cap just looks tacky.

    • Anonymous says:

      >I do a trade, so I guess I have the pass.
      Have the pass to wear skinny jeans and a shirt jacket? Jeans haven’t been workwear for decades unless you wear some autistic repro fit.

      • Anonymous says:

        as someone who loves chucks these don’t really go with the look you are aiming for. Go buy a nice pair of boots, not work books, but fashionable men’s boots. Otherwise your outfit is okay.

        >I do a trade, so I guess I have the pass.
        Have the pass to wear skinny jeans and a shirt jacket? Jeans haven’t been workwear for decades unless you wear some autistic repro fit.

        I’ll take the criticism. I have no clue how to dress myself, and it’s frustrating. Made out with a chick all night and got her number. But she ghosted the next day.

        • Anonymous says:

          if you’re Russian or Filipino this is actually a fine look and probably in style. Idk where you’re from so I can’t say.
          elsewhere though, converse and black jeans is a dated look is all. but fashion is fickle and youre braver than me posting a fit.

        • Anonymous says:

          for work wear fashion I know this is stupid but, I like to take Dickies work pants and unstitch the cargo pockets so it becomes just a flat black pant with permanent fold creases. Ive even seen some really /fashion/ women wear this look hemmed, with white sneakers.
          The first thing that strikes me as out of place is the green on black, then the converse. I know in theory green and black is a good combo, but it always looks awkward when I see it used like color blocking in fashion. if you swapped the green shirt for a band tee you would look dope.
          For the fit you’re going for with the green open shrt, you need a "fatter" sneaker than the chuck like a skate shoe/adidas, and swap the skinnies for any earth tone corduroy (except green obviously).

    • Anonymous says:

      theres something really cringe about larping as a blue collar worker to be /fashion/

      https://i.imgur.com/2eTWv1g.jpg

      I dress like this every day (minus the beard, I can’t grow one)
      Is it /fashion/?

      Nothing about these are blue collar at all. Wearing an olive shirt is not blue collar. Wearing jeans is no blue collar, wearing boots is not blue collar

      Blue collar is highlighter yellow tee shirts from Walmart, shitty Wranglers are cheap steel toes work boots.

      Why do you gays see boots and assume it’s blue collar?

    • Anonymous says:

      as someone who loves chucks these don’t really go with the look you are aiming for. Go buy a nice pair of boots, not work books, but fashionable men’s boots. Otherwise your outfit is okay.

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