I'm starting a suit and tie movement

Hello, /fashion/.

I’m a young man who is adventuring on a small motorcycle through America wearing only a suit and tie the entire time (on day 20). I believe the masculine spirit of the West is dying so I’m encouraging guys to ditch to casual clothes and wear the uniform of man again — suit and tie. This would genuinely unite the country and give hope to the West again. I’m calling it a cultural revitalizion.

What do you think? I need help with this.

77 thoughts on “I'm starting a suit and tie movement

  1. Anonymous says:

    Even hecking serpentza, guy who refuses to wear anything other than the same suit and tie for X years uses appropriate clothes for a bike. Couldn’t you get a sports jacket and wear a casual tie instead? You look like you’re lost on your way to a wedding party.

      • Anonymous says:

        Wumaos can never be /fashion/. The second they try they get sent to chinese concentration camps.

        https://i.imgur.com/rVSJd3B.jpg

        I’m bringing a marriage to the country. And how do you dress for a wedding? Well the men wear a suit and tie. Can’t wear anything other than this. It starts with the men.

        I’m 2700 miles in. Here’s a cool photo. Are you man enough to wear one every day again? I’m doing it in the forest, rain, mountains, etc

        I like suits, but I also like /fashion/ so different materials, patterns, texture etc. I got into /fashion/ because I tried different ways I can wear a tie. I just don’t lile your style. You could at the very least match the socks with that ugly tie, no? Also, since you’re murrican, it’s appropriate for you to wear a tie clip, no? Might be a good idea as seen on your 2nd picture.

        • Anonymous says:

          I do a simple four-in-hand knot, and my tie color is purple because it’s red and blue combined. I definitely could get some black socks.

          I appreciate the feedback. If you’re not a fan of the style I can’t help that. I think it looks good, but to each his own.

          And no, I’m very against tie clips. They’re tacky.

          • Anonymous says:

            I thought more like purple socks, for a purple tie. I think black ones would look bad in this fit. Also, consider higher waist pants with suspenders, they are way more comfy and fashionable than a simple belt. I like your bike and I don’t completly disagree with your cosplay tour, I think it looks fun.

          • Anonymous says:

            It’s hardly a cosplay tour. I’m 100% serious. Men are so weak today they refuse to wear men’s clothes without complaining. Very sad! Men need to be stronger. It’s also a uniform, it unites the men again from all backgrounds.

            This is gay and you are gay but also looks like a good time and I hope you enjoy it

            I wear men’s clothes. What do you wear?

            I can emasculate you in a number of ways. I treat guys out here like they’re my sons now — if you can’t get along then prove you’re a man and wear men’s clothing. I tell guys who are older than me to suit up and they respect it. I told a man in a Ferrari to put a tie on and he goes "I knew I should’ve worn one" haha. I’m that guy. I’m sick of the cultural nonsense.

            Men need to be men again. This is a start.

          • Anonymous says:

            If this isn’t a larp and this is actually what you are doing, I’ll save you some time

            >you’ve never been cool before, this era isn’t an exception
            >you’re pedantic about the rules of masculinity
            >masculinity isnt what you think it is, your idea of masculinity is ideals people have romanticized in order to control you

          • Anonymous says:

            Not a larp. I’m adventuring through America on the bike in a suit and tie. I’ve been through Happy Valley, gotten to Wall St, done the trails in the Appalachians, etc. I camp out nearly every day. The construction guys in NYC and randos in Gatlinburg were shouting "heck yeah" at me and taking my photo. They know what strength looks like.

            And the masculine spirit in America IS dying. Your leaders aren’t even wearing ties anymore aka the sign of respect. Maybe that’s why no one respects them… Just look at you, for instance. I bet you dress comfortably, but doesn’t comfort kill?

            You don’t know what you’re talking about. When people threaten civil war then I come along and stop it. Be a man and wear men’s clothes… You are a man, aren’t you?

          • Anonymous says:

            You have believed every ounce of propaganda about Western Culture and masculinity possible.

            >yes being a man is le epic hard working wagie outfit
            >yes we must save the west

            You can just get out of your Gavin McInnes phase anon.

          • Anonymous says:

            Wrong. Look at picrel. Where is the tie? Since when is suit without a tie acceptable for leadership? Only in the last few years apparently. The tie says "man". It’s a symbol of the Western man. When they refuse to wear it, who is the man? You don’t know anything.

            I have reached that stage where if you can’t wear a suit and tie, then you’re not a man. I’m out here in the elements with one on. You cant even wear it in air-conditioning.

            Too many guys complain about clothes that make them look good. Pathetic. America needs men, not losers who complain about looking like a man.

          • Anonymous says:

            >men are weak because they don’t waste time dressing like a dandy
            The sooner you admit you’re a flaming homo the easier your life will be.

          • Anonymous says:

            Wearing a suit gets you respect. Do you not want respect?

            Always feel like this video is a good primer to suits, and literally the only thing of value that has come from tiktok.

            >no tie
            No thanks

          • Anonymous says:

            I get respect without a suit. The only thing that changes when I wear a suit is that I stick out and get unwanted attention. I’m not a woman whose clothes are the most interesting thing about her. Everyone seems to like me and find me interesting regardless of what I wear.

          • Anonymous says:

            And you get more respect when you dress up. You should really do it. I’m riding the little bike across America wearing this suit and tie. My point is that it’s not uncomfortable, and if it is then step out of your comfort zone. Hell, I changed my oil the other day in an AutoZone parking lot while wearing it. Go tell me I’m a pansy though haha.

            Ultimately your character is what gets you the most admiration, but a man with good character would not battle me on this and would dress up. Wearing men’s clothes moves you up in the world. They also make you attractive and confident. I’m trying to empower you guys.

          • Anonymous says:

            I know how to get respect when I need it but I’m not in constant need of validation because I’m not a pansy like you. Nobody who has ever worn a suit things they’re uncomfortable, that’s not a thing. Not having the appropriate attire for a task is the opposite of manly.
            Attention thirsty gays like you try to define what it means to be a man when there is no definition to being a man. A man does whatever he wants not what some homo on the internet thinks he should do. Empowerment is the antithesis of a man because men are already free to be whatever they want at any time.

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m bringing a marriage to the country. And how do you dress for a wedding? Well the men wear a suit and tie. Can’t wear anything other than this. It starts with the men.

      I’m 2700 miles in. Here’s a cool photo. Are you man enough to wear one every day again? I’m doing it in the forest, rain, mountains, etc

      • Anonymous says:

        I like suits and I think you talk like a gay. Get the cock out your mouth.

        >Here’s a cool photo.
        Is that what you tell yourself?

        It’s hardly a cosplay tour. I’m 100% serious. Men are so weak today they refuse to wear men’s clothes without complaining. Very sad! Men need to be stronger. It’s also a uniform, it unites the men again from all backgrounds.

        […]
        I wear men’s clothes. What do you wear?

        I can emasculate you in a number of ways. I treat guys out here like they’re my sons now — if you can’t get along then prove you’re a man and wear men’s clothing. I tell guys who are older than me to suit up and they respect it. I told a man in a Ferrari to put a tie on and he goes "I knew I should’ve worn one" haha. I’m that guy. I’m sick of the cultural nonsense.

        Men need to be men again. This is a start.

        >I can emasculate you in a number of ways.
        Ooooh no, look out for the internet tough guy! You couldn’t emasculate me if your life counted on it.

        Not a larp. I’m adventuring through America on the bike in a suit and tie. I’ve been through Happy Valley, gotten to Wall St, done the trails in the Appalachians, etc. I camp out nearly every day. The construction guys in NYC and randos in Gatlinburg were shouting "heck yeah" at me and taking my photo. They know what strength looks like.

        And the masculine spirit in America IS dying. Your leaders aren’t even wearing ties anymore aka the sign of respect. Maybe that’s why no one respects them… Just look at you, for instance. I bet you dress comfortably, but doesn’t comfort kill?

        You don’t know what you’re talking about. When people threaten civil war then I come along and stop it. Be a man and wear men’s clothes… You are a man, aren’t you?

        Bruh that is the very definition of a larp, you’re just stupid.
        >The construction guys in NYC and randos in Gatlinburg were shouting "heck yeah"
        I know this is a lie, I work in construction and everyone constantly makes fun of the suit wearing dipshits in management/engineering.

        https://i.imgur.com/3666Z3a.jpg

        Wrong. Look at picrel. Where is the tie? Since when is suit without a tie acceptable for leadership? Only in the last few years apparently. The tie says "man". It’s a symbol of the Western man. When they refuse to wear it, who is the man? You don’t know anything.

        I have reached that stage where if you can’t wear a suit and tie, then you’re not a man. I’m out here in the elements with one on. You cant even wear it in air-conditioning.

        Too many guys complain about clothes that make them look good. Pathetic. America needs men, not losers who complain about looking like a man.

        You’re a stupid. High heels used to be symbols of masculinity too, well before ties. You think men should start wearing high heels again? The tie isn’t a symbol of masculinity anymore, it’s a symbol of formality, and politicians are dropping it in order to appear more "relatable."

        Suits are for ass-sitters in office jobs. Men work outside and wear un-/fashion/ rated safety clothing because they work with tools and shit.

        This, if you’re working in any sort of "real man’s" job you’re not wearing a suit because you need clothes that are disposable.

        • Anonymous says:

          Politicians are stupid. No-ties isn’t helping their relatability at all. Their trustworthiness is at an all-time low. They know nothing about the average person anymore.

          I just ride around and talk with everyday people and listen to them, give them good advice, etc. That’s relatability. Every man I talk with I encourage to get a suit and tie btw. It’s an honest thing to wear and America needs more of it.

          These mountain folks gave me $100 because they loved what I was doing so much. Meanwhile Biden and Trump BEG for money from their mansions HAHAHA

          • Anonymous says:

            >Politicians are stupid. No-ties isn’t helping their relatability at all. Their trustworthiness is at an all-time low. They know nothing about the average person anymore.
            This is all true. Doesn’t make you less of a cocksucking gay.
            >These mountain folks gave me $100 because they loved what I was doing so much.
            It’s sad you have to make shit up.

            https://i.imgur.com/bsFl4JR.jpg

            You look like a gay and your shit’s all stupid
            The type of suit you’re wearing isn’t the uniform of man, it’s the uniform of corporate wageslaves.
            When people actually wore suits casually, the fit and materials were completely different, you look nothing like them. Now of course if you aped them 1:1 it would look weird, you’d look like reviewbrah, but at least it should be inspired by it or reminiscent of it
            The way you are now you just look like a lost office worker

            This. You’re clearly stuck up on the suit as a symbol, a symbol it largely isn’t anymore. You pretty obviously have some issues and are clinging onto this as a weird attention grabbing thing/personal crusade without any actual love for the thing you’re crusading for. As much as /fashion/ loves to hate on them, Gentlemen’s Gazette is doing far more to encourage people to wear suits, because they obviously know their shit and care about it, rather than crying about how men aren’t men any more boo hoo please suck me off in a cheap suit. Seriously, I hope that isn’t polyester because if it is you’re gonna have a bad time when you inevitably go careening off your bike. Shit man, you aren’t even wearing a hat. The time when all men wore suits on the regular was also when men wore hats everywhere. Where’s your hecking hat my dude? Why don’t you educate yourself so you can look like something other than a corporate shill. And do something about that smile, you look like a serial murder-rapist.

          • Anonymous says:

            Haha seethe. Need me to help you tie a tie?

            I say men are weak today because they complain about wearing men’s clothes, and the fact that you see picrel more and more (no tie). I don’t remember JFK ever wearing a suit without a tie. Why is Trump not wearing a tie but the man next to him is? That’s an injustice.

          • Anonymous says:

            >I don’t remember JFK ever wearing a suit without a tie.
            Yeah, because it was a DIFFERENT TIME. This is why I told you to educate yourself, stupid. Where is your hecking hat? Why are you wearing such cheap crap? Why don’t you have any clear love for the suit as an article of clothing? Why do you look like the molest kids behind Denny’s?

          • Anonymous says:

            Yeah, a different time when Americans weren’t threatening civil war or complaining about being divided and not being able to buy a home, etc. Do you even read what you write? America was stronger in those days, you dumb weak little boy. And that’s because the men were stronger. Here’s another random image from a random person I met in New York who bought my coffee. People like me!

            Besides, I’m not asking guys to wear a powdered wig or doublet, dumbass. There are ties right next to the suits in any men’s clothing store. The two go together.

            What else do you have?

          • Anonymous says:

            >And that’s because the men were stronger.
            That’s such an utterly simplistic view of like 70 years of history that I can’t even fathom the level of willful ignorance you must have. Also, for someone claiming to be so about strength and bashing on politicians, you sure dodge questions like them. Where’s your hecking hat? Why does you suit look so cheap? Why do you look like you enjoy carving people up with knives for fun? Answer the hecking questions, you weak dick loving gay.

            Wearing a suit gets you respect. Do you not want respect?

            […]
            >no tie
            No thanks

            He genuinely is better dressed than you. You don’t know shit about suits, so you wouldn’t understand. Educate yourself.

          • Anonymous says:

            >Where’s your hecking hat?
            I have one. It’s in my bag. Don’t need one, though, and I don’t wear it now because it’s flattened. If men did wear suits again I’d encourage the hat to be worn. It’s a good look.

            >Why does you suit look so cheap?
            Because it is? It was $500. You don’t need a Hugo Boss suit to look good or dress well. You don’t need to break the bank to wear men’s clothes.

            >Why do you look like you enjoy carving people up with knives for fun?
            Projecting.

            "Eat to please thyself, dress to please others." — Benjamin Franklin

            "Clothes make the man." — Mark Twain

            Dress the hell up.

          • Anonymous says:

            >Because it is? It was $500. You don’t need a Hugo Boss suit to look good or dress well. You don’t need to break the bank to wear men’s clothes.
            Tell me you don’t like suits without telling me you don’t like suits.. Get the heck out you lame poser.

          • Anonymous says:

            >Because it is? It was $500. You don’t need a Hugo Boss suit to look good or dress well. You don’t need to break the bank to wear men’s clothes.
            Tell me you don’t like suits without telling me you don’t like suits.. Get the heck out you lame poser.

            This dumb asshole is going on about how men are too weak to wear a suit
            >implying a suit is hard to wear or uncomfortable in some manner
            While wearing a cheap piece of plastic. Maybe if he spend a little more on a decent suit it would feel better and he wouldn’t think it was some monumental task requiring the fortitude only the greatest generation could muster.

            Op if you get a decent suit it literally feels like wearing sweat pants or something. Until then shut the heck up and sit down.

          • Anonymous says:

            You’re thinking physical uncomfortable. Most guys don’t wear a suit and tie because they’re afraid of getting made fun of or something. That’s the discomfort I’m mostly talking about. We need men who can wear it now more than we’ve needed in a long time. It’s the bravest thing to wear today and it gives you respect. Too many cowards out here

            Be stronger than that and wear it. It’s for a man. I don’t care what kind of suit it is. I wear the cheap one because it’s not just for rich people.

      • Anonymous says:

        No, you don’t have many followers because TikTok is malicious chinese software for spreading degeneracy in the western world. You should consider YouTube/Instagram/Twitter instead. With all the negatvies they still are waaay better than TikTok.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Suits are for ass-sitters in office jobs. Men work outside and wear un-/fashion/ rated safety clothing because they work with tools and shit.

  3. Anonymous says:

    You look like a gay and your shit’s all stupid
    The type of suit you’re wearing isn’t the uniform of man, it’s the uniform of corporate wageslaves.
    When people actually wore suits casually, the fit and materials were completely different, you look nothing like them. Now of course if you aped them 1:1 it would look weird, you’d look like reviewbrah, but at least it should be inspired by it or reminiscent of it
    The way you are now you just look like a lost office worker

  4. Anonymous says:

    there is power in a uniform. i feel like if those ‘maga’ jerks realised they could all dress in uniformity theyd get an even bigger movement.
    im not sure how i feel about the uniform of the west being a full on suit. or that wearing it will do anything, as plenty do still wear it. but i appreciate the sentiment. western society is pretty great.

      • Anonymous says:

        No, adventuring without worring about going broke means rich.

        what a strange and wholly inaccurate conclusion to draw if you read beyond the first sentence of my post

        I truly didn’t.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I know you will say, "can’t help it, if you don’t like the style", but matching your accesories like tie, pocket square and bouttoniere is no good look. Complementaries are best here.
    Other than that, great idea, OP. Keep it up!

  6. Anonymous says:

    If I sat down with a pen and paper for a week, I don’t think I could write a better metaphor for the hollowness of WASP tradishness than a man dressed like he missed the turn for his interview at Gay Deloitte pulling up on a ten-horsepower bike and trying to whinge and whine and belittle me into wearing a tie or else he’s going to make me his son

    • Anonymous says:

      Well, yeah. I’m not trying to be threatening. Why would I be? If you wear a suit and tie, it turns out people don’t want to hurt you. They trust you. They view you as a member of society or someone strong. When you wear casual clothes you get less respect and are more likely to get taken advantage of. I don’t make the rules on this, I accept them.

      So make the logical move — dress up instead of dressing down. That’s my point. It not only makes you look good, but you have more confidence and you get respect. The guys need to start dressing up again. Suit and tie or go home.

      • Anonymous says:

        >If you wear a suit and tie, it turns out people don’t want to hurt you.
        You haven’t encountered black "people" yet, have you?

        • Anonymous says:

          I talked with a black guy off the street in NYC. First he told me I looked awesome. He asked if I knew who Andrew Tate was lol. I said, yeah, I know who that is, but I don’t care for him because not only did Tate say "don’t read books" but he’s so soft he can’t even wear a tie. The guy (John) said I was going places and I told him to buy a suit and a tie because it’s for anyone with a penis. Also spoke with 2 Black guys in Asheville. Had no problems with them.

          And while I’m at it, Andrew Tate is faux masculine. I studied philosophy in college and read history books in my spare time. It’s an insult to me to say books are for dorks. I refuse to let Tate be the ideal man of the West. Masculinity is just character. Read Aristotle, Mr Tate, he wrote a book on this some 2000 years ago.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I won’t lie anon, I originally saw this post and thought you were a gay. Kinda changing my mind now and I’ve got to say that travelling around looks cool and you seem to be having a good time. I like suits tbh but I can’t hecking handle heat very well and anything above 15 Celsius is shorts and t shirt weather for me. I work a military role anyway so I’m usually in trousers, shirt and tie and shoes or a set of overalls. Bit different to a normal suit but hey ho. Godspeed suit and tie anon

  8. Anonymous says:

    How are you funding your big gay adventure? A real man has a blue collar job and works his hands to the bone, I hope you aren’t just ‘"investing" or have mommy and daddy pay for everything

    • Anonymous says:

      >and works his hands to the bone
      You just described a slave, sir. And bullshit, a "real man" is made by his character, not some job or his money, etc. I’m doing this all on my own, no help from my parents.

      I have respect for the blue collar guys, they generally aren’t the problem, but if you’ll break your back before ever putting on men’s clothes then you’ve got something wrong with you. That makes no sense to me. You do know women like men who dress well, right? Do you not like women?

      I also grew up in the countryside. Did lots of physical labor growing up (chopping wood, cutting trees down, laying cement, roofing, landscaping, etc). If that’s what you like then so be it. I studied philosophy in college and I know my calling, it isn’t blue-collar work.

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