35 thoughts on “i'll noticed this year that alot of older men now wear tshirts and zipper hoodies.

  1. Anonymous says:

    >i’ll noticed this year that alot of older men now wear tshirts and zipper hoodies.
    >is the casual wearing of button shirts the next big thing?
    ftfy OP

  2. Anonymous says:

    Probably everything is so casual now that zoomies think the ideal outfit for going out is that a pair or sweatpants a t shirt and nikes are the epitome of mens wear. it’s pretty hecking sad and even if they do dress decently it’s all in the usual mall tier upper echelon brands that melanin enriched gentlemen wear.

        • Anonymous says:

          Good gues, I am in fact a melanin enriched gentleman. I also have more bespoke clothing than you, I’m just socially gifted enough to understand that wearing super 130s to a 4th of july picnic at the beach is just going to look weird. Oh you poor thing you’ve never been invited to a social event have you ;_;

  3. Anonymous says:

    30yo moomer here. Button downs are more comfy than tshirts. Shit is way too tight in the chest to be comfortable o honestly don’t know how I ever wore tees after wearing buttons for the last few years.

    Buttons are casual wear here due to Western wear so I don’t see it dying in TX anytime soon.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Yeah. I tried to buy my zoomer brother some casual button down Oxfords and he said he doesn’t want to wear that “formal old man stuff”. He’s 22 by the way. So yeah, it’s over for button downs.

    • Anonymous says:

      >I tried to buy my zoomer brother some casual button down Oxfords and he said he doesn’t want to wear that “formal old man stuff”
      for me personally, im just afraid people will think im ‘trying too hard’
      especially since im kind of afraid of just looking plain ridiculous

  5. Anonymous says:

    honestly, when everything new is outsourced material, labor or both, there is very little reason to try to be fashionable.

    ironically, clothing that used to be considered peasant-tier (made by indigenous old ladies at home) is now the gold standard for quality.

      • Anonymous says:

        you either pay a lot for cheap new garbage or you pay a little for cheap new garbage, it’s all garbage.
        when your "italian" suit and my "Irish" sweater are made in the same factory, or out of the same shitty cloth, there is no fashion.

        • Anonymous says:

          again, makes no sense, fashion is about how you look not where the clothes are made
          and i do dislike the generally low quality of clothing today, but to act like there is NO quality clothing is ridiculous and makes it clear that youre just looking for excuses not to even try to dress well

          • Anonymous says:

            you’re not the arbiter of fashion’s definition, and there’s no way in hell you outdress me, straight up.

          • Anonymous says:

            >sigh… theres just no point in trying to dress well… its so over…
            >BUT I DO heckING DRESS WELL AND YOU PROBABLY DRESS LIKE SHIT!
            uh huh

          • Anonymous says:

            you explained it poorly initially, and it still doesnt make sense. the narrative no longer works, but people pretend it does? that means the narrative works. you might disagree with it. but it still works then if people still believe in and propagate it

          • Anonymous says:

            you’re a hecking idiot, it used to be that you couldn’t even be considered fashionable unless you were wearing the latest trends from, Italy, from Paris, from Milan, from London.

            now that everything is see through outsourced garbage, that narrative no longer works, but people still pretend it does.

    • Anonymous says:

      >clothing that used to be considered peasant-tier (made by indigenous old ladies at home) is now the gold standard for quality.
      That’s because it is. It’s a massive flex to pay someone else to waste their time making clothing that factories could put out for a tenth of the cost. People sperg out when I tell them my wife sews my shirts it’s funny to see the seething.

      Yeah. I tried to buy my zoomer brother some casual button down Oxfords and he said he doesn’t want to wear that “formal old man stuff”. He’s 22 by the way. So yeah, it’s over for button downs.

      Yeah people comment on my "church clothes" all the time. It’s just a button up untucked shirt and jeans. Even homosexuals don’t dress well now it’s crazy.

      • Anonymous says:

        what a weird thing to think you’re flexing, paying a tailor to do their chosen profession, and getting a quality garment in exchange.

        • Anonymous says:

          It’s absolutely a flex to have something made with fabric you’ve selected/purchased yourself in a pattern or custom piece you want.

          How many people do you think are wearing tailored clothing? Even luxury brands use standard sizing and their own fabric sets aside from extremely expensive runway items.

          • Anonymous says:

            a flex on whom?
            >it’s a massive flex to pay someone to waste their time
            you seem to be trying to flex on your tailor, which is a weird thing to do.
            you’re not a hecking aristocrat, you’re just a cunt.

          • Anonymous says:

            >flex on whom?
            People like yourself who can’t afford custom clothing made with some of the finest fabrics in the world. Some straight from limited runs made for the runway.

            I know it makes you seethe but literally all it takes is for you to learn how to sew.

      • Anonymous says:

        >Even homosexuals don’t dress well now it’s crazy
        It’s the end of the growth cycle.
        Prepare fore the economic meltdown.

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