67 thoughts on “I hate how women have 1000x more fashion options than men.

  1. Anonymous says:

    women have more options in terms of style but less options in terms of where to buy quality clothes from. there’s fast fashion mallshit, ultra luxury, and hardly anything between the two compared to menswear.

    • Anonymous says:

      This. It sucks so bad. Bespoke shoes for women? Where are they? I had to spend years researching shoemakers before I found one who makes quality shoes for women. (Dressmakers are somewhat easier to find.)

      • Anonymous says:

        >Bespoke shoes for women?
        Kek, bespoke for women. See that’s the point i made here

        https://i.imgur.com/mXhviyR.jpg

        Lmao, looks better, classy, sophisticated than the clothes in OPs pic

        mens wear symbolized durable, simplicity, sophistocation, while womens wear literally is fast fashion. Remember Cyndi Lauper, girls just wanna have fun?

        look at this meek loser, christ he looks like a little kid trying on clothes. the least he could’ve done was grow his hair out so he can look a bit less like a meek 12 year old

        Lmao, post your fit?

        • Anonymous says:

          You can still find stores made to tailor women’s wear out there, they’re just hard to find.
          Fast fashion overtook the female clothing market because of two reasons: women are more likely to be impusle buyers, so stores are incentivised to flood the market with as much clothing as they can, drowning out any higher quality competition; women’s fashion has a broader range of what is considered acceptable, and a large percentage of that group involves loose-fitting and free-flowing cuts, which are easier to mass produce compared to complex garments with many components like you’d see in the Edwardian era or embroidered form-fitting stuff you’d find in stores like picrel

    • Anonymous says:

      >hardly anything between the two compared to menswear
      this. women’s wear is basically derivation from men’s wear. there is none of women’s wear which originally invented in the range.

  2. Anonymous says:

    women also have to put in 1000x more effort to look attractive than men
    don’t believe any of that shit about women only having to look pretty, that shit is a full time job, both sexes need to take care of their bodies to not look like utter shit, men don’t need to slather makeup on their face so people won’t think they’re ill

    • Anonymous says:

      Men aren’t allowed to wear makeup, especially since it doesn’t suit masculine features.

      Men have to go to the gym 5 days a week to pull a decent body to attract women

      Men can go bald

      Men can be short

      Women have it easier despite your bullshit. At least you can hide or be praised in regard to your beauty flaws.

        • Anonymous says:

          >just eat right
          For body fat yes, but in case you haven’t noticed, some people would like to develop muscle mass as well, and "just eating right" alone without physical activity will never induce muscular hypertrophy. You can say some shit like being skinny is the most attractive body type and girls don’t care about muscles, but that’s obviously false just because different women want different things. Even if you’re going for the whole thinspo thing you’ll look better with some muscle definition anyway.

      • Anonymous says:

        >Men aren’t allowed to wear makeup
        You can wear make up, there’s just certain kinds that people will frown on. But concealer, shine remover, tinted moisturizer, etc will all make you look like a chad and no one will even know unless you did a bad job

      • Anonymous says:

        Same. But take joy in the fact that you are defined by your actions instead of the way you look. Oh wait it’s /fashion/…

        >Men have to go to the gym 5 days a week to pull a decent body to attract women
        No. You may have to go there 5 days a week to fix your body if you’ve hecked up along the way tho.
        t. gym-addict

        >Men can go bald
        More like "man have a small chance of not going bald"

  3. Anonymous says:

    thats because the near-total removal of dress codes and classic menswear from modern wardrobes has robbed men (all of whom are on some level autistic) of a straightforward and intuitive framework for interacting with clothes and accessories. "Dress codes" and the ubiquity of the suit might have seemed stifling but it was actually a mercy to most men, having a clear set of rules and template for how colors, patterns, and shapes should interact.
    All this to say, it was easier to not heck things up when all you had to do was pair a suit with the right shirt and then pair that shirt with a nice tie, which would have been your main way of keeping things fresh day-to-day, and then maybe a pocket square and/or other accessory.
    nowadays men are expected to understand fashion on the same abstract, lawless level as women, where any item could go with anything and everything is talked about in terms of silhouette and vibe, its no wonder most men just gave the heck up and started wearing graphic tees.
    A good example is the tech guys that gave up the "uniform" of shirts and ties only to wear the same sneakers, jeans, and t shirts to work, even more lifeless and uninspired than the "dull stuffy cubicle noose"

    • Anonymous says:

      the problem is that guys will get called tryhard or gay for trying to improve the way they dress, men are expected to not care

    • Anonymous says:

      anon I’m all for classic cuts qnd fine fabrics, but the current lack of a styling frame I find untrue, jeans + tshirt / pullover+ sneakers are the current standard, qnd provided you’re not fat you can play around and look acceptable although -i agree with that- bland.
      I wear formally due to my job nad enjoy it, but forget washing and ironing your frescolana trousers yourself, you’ll need those dry cleaned every 2/3 days of use, blazers last longer but cost also more.
      So that’s something to factor in.
      On a side note I used to enjoy casual wear but now that I need formal I’m finding out those shops are not so easy to find, and i live in Italy.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Just wear women’s clothes. Keep it to one or two pieces at a time and nothing obviously female coded like skirts. I wear b***h boots all the time and the only time anyone notices is to say they’re cool.

  5. Anonymous says:

    i’m jealous of them, but being jelly of women comes of as troonish.
    like any woman 3/10 and over can look good with makeup and dressing nice

  6. Anonymous says:

    Male fashion died out because everyone with a brain realized that genetics are the only thing that make a man appealing. Trying to hide under clothes and makeup is a uniquely female delusion because only a woman would ever fall for that so hard they pay money for it.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I used to think this when I was a fat slob. Then I got fit an realized that your clothes dont matter, just your body.
    Just get out of your chair you fat heck and lift.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I feel this in my soul, I think the lack of options also comes from the fact that we live in a culture where men are encouraged to be conservative with their clothes, especially as you age.

  9. Anonymous says:

    It’s mostly just men holding each other back, whenever you do anything even a little off the path you get called a gay. Even on this board dedicated to fashion, all you get are negative comments for anything that pushes the boundary of just pants and shirt. Stop calling each other gays for trying to dress differently and then men would have at least double the fashion options we currently have. You guys also need to take an actual interest in clothes, any thread about avant garde styling for men gets almost no replies and out of the five replies two are calling the OP a gay. idc about "LULZ culture" If you want more fashion options for men you all need to put in effort to welcome new ideas and experiment.

    • Anonymous says:

      I feel you man.

      and about that "LULZ culture", any argument made appealing to such a vague term is pretty much worthless nowadays, there’s no virtue in "lurking moar" and being called a newgay is practically a compliment. Let me tell you a story.
      I remember one time visiting the "doctor who general" on /tv/ (this was before ncuti gatwa or David tenants return was announced so it was pretty much a total content drought) and what little I saw had nothing to do with doctor who whatsoever. From what I could tell, the "discussion" in these threads had devolved into a severely autistic circlejerk about some totally irrelevant British "celebrities" only tangentially related to people who were tangentially related to doctor who. Meanwhile, I came to post an actual question about the show I had before I entered the thread.

      It was on that day I realized that maybe, sometimes, the better thing to do is to lurk LESS, and post earnestly without regards to whether it fits the "local culture", because all things considered, especially that this is LULZ, the local culture is total shit and nothing worth "lurking moar" to be around for.
      /fashion/ has it especially bad because it’s a honeypot for trolls who don’t even really like fashion and just come here to make fun of people in the most direct way possible, which is uniquely easy on this board where posting requires putting yourself on display, meanwhile being a dick requires no such vulnerability.

      • Anonymous says:

        >It was on that day I realized that maybe, sometimes, the better thing to do is to lurk LESS, and post earnestly without regards to whether it fits the "local culture"
        It’s why I answer questions or give responses in earnest, most of the replies are just reused "jokes". Obvious trolls do still get called gays.
        >/fashion/ has it especially bad because it’s a honeypot for trolls who don’t even really like fashion and just come here to make fun of people in the most direct way possible
        Should be common sense to blur your face and the background. there will be good outfits to discuss that gets derailed by someone’s face.

    • Anonymous says:

      >whenever you do anything even a little off the path you get called a gay.
      Being off the path is one thing, being a gay (not necessarily homosexual) is another.

      >Even on this board dedicated to fashion, all you get are negative comments
      Because it’s filled with tasteless gays.

      >Stop calling each other gays
      No.

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