19 thoughts on “IS THAT A FRICKING LOGO ON THAT SHIRT. DISGUSTING. THE MATERIAL THE CUT AND THE FIT SHOULD SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES

  1. Anonymous says:

    >THE MATERIAL THE CUT AND THE FIT SHOULD SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES

    Unironically yes. Are you hecking stupid? Why should I pay a company to advertise their clothes? That’s all a logo is. A logo only serves two functions:

    1: To advertise allegiance to a brand
    2: To broadcast like a twat that you’ve bought an expensive thing. I’m neither black nor poor, I don’t feel the need to do that. People with actual money don’t do that, that’s where the terms "stealth wealth" and "quiet luxury" came from before they got raped by TikTok stupids.

    If an article of clothing is well made, cut well, and fits well on me, why do I care about advertising who made it?

    I’m open to legitimate discussion here. How does a logo enhance an article of clothing?

    • Anonymous says:

      Also, the more expensive an article of clothing is, the less likely there are to be logos or branding on it. There’s a reason for that, alot of times the branding/logos are tacky because a logo is by design supposed to be eye catching.

      Let’s look at polos. Look at Ralph Lauren polos with huge hecking polo players all over them, then look at Kent Wang. The KW polo is more expensive (and arguably better made) but has zero logo or branding. There’s a reason for that, they don’t feel the need to advertise their product the same way RL does.

      RL polos aren’t well made anymore and they fit like shit, when you buy one with a huge logo you’re just doing it to show the logo off, not the actual quality of the piece.

      Supreme tshirts are another example. I’m not a T-shirt nerd but even I know the supreme tees aren’t made of fancy fabric or loophwheel construction, they’re regular tees that are expensive because they say supreme. Same with BAPE ripping off Nike designs, you’re just paying for branding.

    • Anonymous says:

      >Haha look at those poor people wearing tacky logos to pretend they are rich!
      >Anyway, one Loro Piana shirt please!

      • Anonymous says:

        Please show me where the heck I said anything about Loro in my post you brand addled gay.

        Did someone mock your Big Pony polo and now you’re ass blasted you hecking moron?

        • Anonymous says:

          >People with actual money don’t do that, that’s where the terms "stealth wealth" and "quiet luxury" came from

          • Anonymous says:

            Still not seeing Loro in there, you also conveniently neglected the second half of my comment where I said the term had been ruined by stupids.

            It’s fine bro, keep slapping brands all over your body like your a NASCAR vehicle competing in the Stupid gay 500

          • Anonymous says:

            >Hehe those npcs dont even realize my silk blend shirt with mother of pearl buttons cost 1500 dollars more than their essentials hoodie! What fools!

          • Anonymous says:

            You keep implying I’m telling people to spend 1500 on a hoodie because you can’t refute my initial point.

            The single brand I mentioned in the non branded category was Kent Wang, their polos are around $150. Which is more than Ralph Lauren but no where near $500 for an overpriced Loro Piana polo.

            I know this will shock you because you’re a stupid gay who can’t understand nuance but just because something is more expensive doesn’t mean it’s better. My point was people flaunt branding as I’d was a sign of prestige, but the actual prestige brands don’t have excessive branding.

            You do you though, keep paying companies to advertise their shit, I’m sure you’re very fashionable bro.

          • Anonymous says:

            your problem is framing your entire premise on what other people think to begin with. third worlder mentality. dress for yourself and your own enjoyment.

          • Anonymous says:

            This, Dressing well and dressing for yourself go hand in hand.

            This is very true. It’s also far, far more rare to have your expectations about someone, based on their clothing and appearance, contradicted rather than confirmed when you get to know them.
            We live in a SOCIETY where you can choose virtually any garment at any price point, the only limiting factors are wealth and taste, every garment you wear IS making a statement whether you like it or not.

          • Anonymous says:

            This, Dressing well and dressing for yourself go hand in hand.

            […]
            This is very true. It’s also far, far more rare to have your expectations about someone, based on their clothing and appearance, contradicted rather than confirmed when you get to know them.
            We live in a SOCIETY where you can choose virtually any garment at any price point, the only limiting factors are wealth and taste, every garment you wear IS making a statement whether you like it or not.

            Holy cope

    • Anonymous says:

      >Why should I pay a company to advertise their clothes?
      that’s the only reason why I hate branded clothes

  2. Anonymous says:

    you take pride in owning popular name brand products and feel threatened by people who don’t share your reverence for corporate idols.

  3. Anonymous says:

    i’m pretty sure stealth wealth and the no logos thing is a trend i started on internet fashion forums over a decade ago. its cool to see it evolve into a full on tiktok meme. crazy how easy it used to be to influence the fashion zeitgeist in the 2000s internet.

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