25 thoughts on “Is raw denim heritage workwear a larp? What makes it cringe and s*y?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Because most of the people purchasing it are fat, ugly manlets. It’s like wokstars buying slp at 5’9 180 pounds. There is nothing wrong with the clothes but the wearer.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >Someone makes a raw denim thread
    >Schizo immediately has to make a reactionary thread
    Bro, we all know that most raw denim enthusiasts are soi. This overreaction to this shit is equally cringe though

    • Anonymous says:

      true
      the other day i saw a thread shitting on flannel hipsters and its like dude… are you really still mad about those guys from 2013, just move on

  3. Anonymous says:

    Reeks of Millennial Hipster Norwood.
    >Uh dude, you wanna go get some craft artisan beers at the barcade? Like dude trans rights are sooo important, more people need to be talking about it. We need to empower the working class by importing 3rd world migrants that have terrible working conditions!!!

    In addition it’s an attempt by upper class hipsters to posture that they’re working class aspiring artists and such. The real crime is that they aren’t dressing appropriately for their class. They’re trying to look downwards instead of upwards. It’s very awkward too because any Salt of the Earth worker knows that it’s a facade and that they could easily afford nicer clothes. This type of "workwear" person is a Hicklib.

    • Anonymous says:

      ick. that’s why I drink dundee hills pinot noir and wear fine neapolitan tailoring while advocating for trans rights and calling for mass immigration

      p.s. white genocide is self defense

      t. took your jerrb

      • Anonymous says:

        I know it’s larp but that’s better than trying to be one with the white working class, at least you obviously make yourself look like posh upper class socialists and distinguish yourself. Everything is about aesthetics and beauty, the key elements to which every political ideologue is missing.

        • Anonymous says:

          I wear carhartt and drink the local hopped up sugar bombs when I’m visiting relatives in flyover land if it makes you feel better. the help doesn’t trust like uppity brownoids. you’d be surprised how much nicer people are to me when I’m dressed like a hecking slob who reads clive cussler and gets excited during sportsball season

    • Anonymous says:

      the problem i have with raw denim is that, if they are trying to look working class, it looks nothing like what any working class person wears, they just wear normal light or medium wash denim not this super dark stuff with loud contrast stitching that japan makes

      • Anonymous says:

        I’m not really following raw denim fads that closely anymore but last time I tried to order something (only to get fed up with everything in my size being out of stock and just ordering levis 505s), the brands that used to be hip back when raw denim was cool had switched to offering mostly normcore seinfeld 90s washes and not 2013-era overdyed indigo, could be that there are other even more niche brands that I’ve never heard of though

        t.

        ick. that’s why I drink dundee hills pinot noir and wear fine neapolitan tailoring while advocating for trans rights and calling for mass immigration

        p.s. white genocide is self defense

        t. took your jerrb

    • Anonymous says:

      >any Salt of the Earth worker knows that it’s a facade and that they could easily afford nicer clothes.

      the heritage workwear and raw denim is actually pretty expensive from a blue collar perspective.
      older guys still balk at spending more than $3 for a pair of levis.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I feel like a lot of people that are into it, are were the hipsters of the 2012s that are now balding, skinny fat liberals that work office jobs.
    I like Dickies, Carhartt and Ben Davis, I mean I’ve been wearing that since I was a kid. Now I’ve seen every zoomer wearing it, but it seems to have captured the millennial market.

  5. Anonymous says:

    If anything calls itself “workwear” stay away. It’s hipster overpriced bullshit. That’s a buzzword that attracts all the hecking Office hipsters who have no need for “work wear”.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I wear denim, flannel and boots because I like it and I want. I’m not gonna stop, so feel free to keep seething.
    I’ve only done manual labor for a few months in my life. I’ve never seen a barcade in my life and I doubt they even exist. Ipas taste like shit, craft beer tastes like shit. Bacon is alright but nothing to obsess over. Funko pops are the most stupid trend ever. Don’t care about marvel, dc nor star wars. Trannies are mentally ill. Blue cheese on burgers is disgusting. Blue cheese is disgusting. Cast iron skillets make food taste slightly better at the cost of a ton of inconvenience. heck Black folk. heck hebrews.
    That’s all.

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