179 thoughts on “Is there any point in thinking about?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Not really. /fashion/ without being fit is just some point on a spectrum of tranniness. Fit – fashion will always beat fashion – fit. If you have some kind of status besides looking /fashion/, it’s different. But if you’re just an average Joe, focusing on fashion is gay. Further, fashion is really a function of context. An extreme example is some techwear larper walking around a college campus.

    • Anonymous says:

      it du’n’t. someone average looking may never look great in a suit but someone beautiful will not look so in shitty or average clothes. clothes make the man. we don’t heck a face, we heck a person: their status, their looks, their intellect, their family, to a degree etc.

      • Anonymous says:

        >but someone beautiful will not look so in shitty or average clothes.
        lmao cope of the century, a genuinely beautiful person like brad pitt will still look beautiful in a simple t-shirt and jeans. You are stupid if you think clothes will suddenly make someone not beautiful. As for an ugly person with good clothes, he will still be ugly but he might look interesting enough that one is willing to look past his ugliness except if you are fat.

      • Anonymous says:

        >clothes make the man
        Except for how they don’t at all. My hardhat and clipboard don’t make me a construction foreman, they just make me into the same concert pianist who can blend in in a construction zone under light scrutiny

      • Anonymous says:

        LMAO. This homeless man named Brother Sharp in China became famous for being extremely sexy to women. He has the face of a movie star or a model with the confident body language of a king. Poor bastard screamed incoherently when people tried to meet him. Imagine having the potential to get famous and all the pussy you want but your mental health cock blocked you.

    • Anonymous says:

      Depends on where you are, different cultures etc, if you already have status behind you then that might be true, or if you’re in an area that highly values competence. But most often yes how you present yourself matters even if you’re a man.

      Lifting without roiding is a complete waste of time for 99.9% of men. Most likely you do not have the genetics to ever look impressive to the average normie. Lifting is a cope for naturals and the only time they look good is with a heavy pump and perfect lighting, other than that they look almost exactly the same as regular people except slightly wider.
      A nice shirt will probably give you more attention and make you more attractive to the average woman than years of lifting (if you aren’t obese)

      I think most people will, getting some muscle on you is good.

      Yes. A well-dressed fatass may not look good, but he’ll still look better than a fatass in sloppy clothes covered in holes, stains, and cheeto dust.
      That said, if you’re fat and you’re seriously working on losing enough weight to go down a size or more, then don’t make any huge investments in your wardrobe. Just get a handful of affordable, decent looking outfits until you are at your goal clothing size.

      would agree with this advice. I’m somewhat /fit/ not big at all, but people have noticed. People have said I look good in a white shirt and blue pj bottoms. Plain clothes and pieces look good if they just show physique.

    • Anonymous says:

      Being fit and good looking will make you even more attractive and influential than all the unfit blobs of lard you’re surrounded with everywhere you go. They might not say it outright, but you will be an object of envy of everyone, especially if you look youthful due to your fitness. Very few people in the world don’t desire eternal youth. With modern day lifestyle and goyslop making everyone (women and men) hit the wall prematurely, it’s even more desirable.

    • Anonymous says:

      Not accurate. you will have a lot more social credibility if you’re the only jacked guy in the office. People will ask you for advice and they will give you nicknames about your muscles. It’s the perfect ice breaker for people to talk to you.

      Always have a smile and be known as the guy with unwavering optimism / openness.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Lifting without roiding is a complete waste of time for 99.9% of men. Most likely you do not have the genetics to ever look impressive to the average normie. Lifting is a cope for naturals and the only time they look good is with a heavy pump and perfect lighting, other than that they look almost exactly the same as regular people except slightly wider.
    A nice shirt will probably give you more attention and make you more attractive to the average woman than years of lifting (if you aren’t obese)

    • Anonymous says:

      fatasses can’t be /fashion/. it’s a simple fact of life.
      also that dude has ugly roid skin

      natties won’t ever be huge + lean at the same time but they will have either definition or volume especially in their arms that normies won’t have but will notice

    • Anonymous says:

      for you, maybe. over 90% of people out on at least 20lbs of muscle tissue in 5yrs w/ moderate consistent strength training.

    • Anonymous says:

      I barely lift and do some push ups and I’m ottermode and normies think I’m big cuz I got 15 inch lean arms, wide shoulders and fill out my shirts. Fit would call me dyel shirtless but I look good in a fitted shirt.

    • Anonymous says:

      cope harder

      i bulked up 30lbs in 3 years of gym, all my clothes fit so much better, and its not just volume, more chest, shoulders and biceps, my tshirts look a thousand times better in me than in the regular skinny/fat b***hes that make up 80% of male population now days

      I’ll look better in a black t-shirt and jeans than a skinny fat heck in a suit, and if i actually use good clothes, i’ll make most guys look homeless, that is with just a good frame, face does not even comes in the equation, to make up for a shit physique you’d have to look like ryan gosling or some shit

      • Anonymous says:

        This. I started lifting and weighting my food during the lockdowns and today I look better than 90% of my peers. I always thought I was hecking ugly (my face is a 6 at max), but last two summers women made good comments about my body at the country club’s pool.
        You can’t imagine how my confidence improved the last years. I’m not the same guy.

        • Anonymous says:

          Based. More or less had the same experience.
          Fashion is all well and good, but if you are fit enough to wear basic clothing that shows off your shoulder to waist ratio, you really don’t need to try that hard.

          I’ve been a skinnyfat who goes all in on dressing up, and I’ve been ripped and not putting in much effort, and the latter is 100x better

      • Anonymous says:

        That’s a cope right there.
        Skinny lean guys look much more aesthetic than bulked up gymrats, that’s just how it is. And you can’t be skinny and lean unless you have the right genetics. Of course, to pull this off, your face should be pretty and not overly masculine, but that’s a different story.

          • Anonymous says:

            The only thing it will manifest in is my face, which has never been pretty to begin with. I’m literally not capable of getting any noticeable fat.

            https://i.imgur.com/R7HGjWE.png

            have you tried not having gay genetics? this was me after 1 year from being rlly skinny with shit inconsistent training, sub optimal diet and shit rest. I didn’t even have a bench and I home gymed as you can tell from my shit chest (that I have since fixed)

            if you have semi okay genetics all you have to do is eat and lift and just do it semi regularly, its not hecking hard

            heck, I knew something was wrong with me, you’ve just proved it. I’ve already given up on all hope to bulk though. But maybe I’ll try again if I get the probable twink death due to metabolism slowdown.

    • Anonymous says:

      you can raise your test natty and taking creating + supps is also natty. you don’t even know how roids work you gay. It’s relatively similar results in a much shorter timeframe. Most nattys cuck out and go on test, which pro bodybuilders think is roiding(it isn’t because mens test levels have been declining, most men should do test)

      as for OP, the real question is can you be /fashion/ and dyelmode, which is no. you don’t have to be big to be /fashion/, but you absolutely cannot have a high BMI. that’s going to require the vast majority of people to either work out or take on extreme diets.

      • Anonymous says:

        >it isn’t because mens test levels have been declining, most men should do test
        Lmao, what an arrogant dumbass. Go on, hop on the growth hormone as well, because why not. Once you get your bigass neanderthal-looking skull along with erectile dysfunction, maybe you’ll learn a thing or two about how your body works.

    • triple one says:

      facts. i know dudes who are insanely strong and look ”big” after 10 years of lifting heavily, but u genuinely cant tell unless they are wearing sleeveless, skin tight or are bare chested. Even then they dont look much more impressive than guys who hobby lift and got good genes, quite harrowing. If ur one of these people just do roids so ur test levels are peaking without going overboard. There is nothing wrong with acknowledning genetical superiority.

    • Anonymous says:

      only if youre embarrassed about your own appearance, clothing will only look as good as you feel about yourself.

      this is straight bullshit, everyone should be working out because it helps both your mind and your health.

    • Anonymous says:

      Based af. Lifting requires an absurd amount of effort as a natty to get at least the diet right. It’s so ridiculous it’s not worth it at all.
      >t. had 3-4 periods of gym obsession, each failed at most after 1 year because of the lack of noticeable results (+ around 8kg of water+muscle at most without even hitting 70kg bench press) despite putting effort into training and eating a lot.

      • Anonymous says:

        have you tried not having gay genetics? this was me after 1 year from being rlly skinny with shit inconsistent training, sub optimal diet and shit rest. I didn’t even have a bench and I home gymed as you can tell from my shit chest (that I have since fixed)

        if you have semi okay genetics all you have to do is eat and lift and just do it semi regularly, its not hecking hard

    • Anonymous says:

      either coping roidtranny or coping dyel

      Based af. Lifting requires an absurd amount of effort as a natty to get at least the diet right. It’s so ridiculous it’s not worth it at all.
      >t. had 3-4 periods of gym obsession, each failed at most after 1 year because of the lack of noticeable results (+ around 8kg of water+muscle at most without even hitting 70kg bench press) despite putting effort into training and eating a lot.

      hahahahahahahahaha

    • Anonymous says:

      The natty limit is the most attractive physique. Just takes more time doing it natty. Just get on the path and start moving.

  3. marea says:

    both the clothes and the frame that they cling to are important. for the same reason that all aestheticism is important. it conveys meaning, personality, social status, class, etc. unless you plan on being identified by how unobtrusive you are i’d recommend developing both your sense of style and your ideal body

  4. Anonymous says:

    Skinny lanky people are more /fashion/ then some muscle head since their proportions aren’t so gigantic and hecked up. I’m just being real.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Yes insofar as stylish clothes are designed for waifish twinks. Most brands don’t make larger than 44” chest.
    On the other hand, I wish I waited until I got fit to buy decent clothes. Now my wardrobe is 90% full of clothes that are too small for me. I went from L to 47” chest. Everything fits like a tent around the waist though and I can’t really buy clothes from most fashion brands without them being too tight around the chest and shoulders

  6. Anonymous says:

    Dressing well is important to any person of any size. Just because you’re a fatheck or look like a scrawny meth head, doesn’t mean you have to dress like a hobo. Presenting yourself well shows that your mind and life is in order and you are reliable.

  7. Anonymous says:

    entirely dependant on who you are, how bad your clothes are currently and how bad your body is

    i had mediocre outfits and an awful body. once i started lifting and got back into those old outfits it turned out they werent so mediocre anymore kek

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/pfzDuv3.jpg

      Is there any point in thinking about /fashion/ before you are /fit/?

      exactly it’s gym god influencer David Laid

          • Anonymous says:

            Here’s the problem: for you being full is eating 3 buckets of nuggets with fries, a cola, a burger, and a pizza on top. For a skinny guy, it’s only the pizza, and there’s no way he’d be able to fit more food in there. So he has to eat more often, which leads to the constant unpleasant feeling of fullness which makes you more tired, and also to a waste of time cooking stuff you like (this is more of my personal problem, because I don’t like most of the stuff you can order online).
            And while you can do something about the feeling of being hungry (there are drugs which will alleviate it), you can do nothing about that feeling of fullness.

          • Anonymous says:

            You just don’t know what you’re talking about, anon. Grass is always greener on the other side.

          • Anonymous says:

            are u hecking stupid anon. theres plenty of things you can eat to maximize fullness without resorting to your pathetic fast food addiction.

          • Anonymous says:

            absolute r3tards thinking it’s harder to get calories in than it is to starve yourself to get lean lol. bro there are plenty of processed foods that will give you 500 cals for like 2 bites. lmao

          • Anonymous says:

            >Here’s the problem: for you being full is eating 3 buckets of nuggets with fries, a cola, a burger, and a pizza on top.
            Imagine believing this. I know I’m on the only board more underage than /mu/ but unless that guy is 5’6 the amount of caloric intake he’d need to maintain that physique is like 3000kcal of mostly protein. Same shit as a lardass who buys two bloat meals from maccas with two large sodas. Lastly you can tell from his mutated veins he’s frauding. Zyzz had the same shit and his heart literally exploded in a hot bath.

          • Anonymous says:

            What? A 100kg fatass by definition needs more calories and is therefore able to eat more, unlike a 60kg skeleton who literally CAN’T eat as much, otherwise he wouldn’t have been a skeleton in the first place. I guess you’re just a fatass who thinks that 3k calories is nothing for everyone.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Yes. A well-dressed fatass may not look good, but he’ll still look better than a fatass in sloppy clothes covered in holes, stains, and cheeto dust.
    That said, if you’re fat and you’re seriously working on losing enough weight to go down a size or more, then don’t make any huge investments in your wardrobe. Just get a handful of affordable, decent looking outfits until you are at your goal clothing size.

  9. Anonymous says:

    No, you can definitely have one without the other but speaking from personal experience, my /fashion/ game hit new heights after I bulked up. I didn’t even David Laid-tier bulk, I’m 6’3" and went from 162 lbs to 179 with a major focus on lats and shoulders to widen my frame and holy shit I look so much better in shirts, jackets, even my pants look better now that there is more obvious width to my upper body. Not to mention that my arms actually look good in t shirts now.

    • Anonymous says:

      This. Went from 170 to 180 at 6’3” and my shoulder got noticeably bigger. The only downside is I can’t wear L comfortably anymore and shirts become too boxy from trying to fit for my shoulder

  10. Anonymous says:

    I just got here from /fit/, please give me some /fashion/ chart or whatever for fit guys.
    I look pretty good in just about anything but I think there’s much potential I’m missing out on. I just wear sportswear and very casual clothing for work. Bershka black trousers and a relatively loose tee. I usually just mix black and white, rarely wear colors, but never pure black. I always wear new clothes and sometimes a watch, cap, glasses, what do I improve? No gay suggestions like super small tees and short shorts, that shit gets old fast and I don’t like the reactions, I just want to be a well dressed man who’s fit and doesn’t go out of his way to show it thank

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/pfzDuv3.jpg

      Is there any point in thinking about /fashion/ before you are /fit/?

      is there a /fashion/ infofraph for /fit/ gym guys???

        • Anonymous says:

          https://i.imgur.com/pfzDuv3.jpg

          Is there any point in thinking about /fashion/ before you are /fit/?

          I just got here from /fit/, please give me some /fashion/ chart or whatever for fit guys.
          I look pretty good in just about anything but I think there’s much potential I’m missing out on. I just wear sportswear and very casual clothing for work. Bershka black trousers and a relatively loose tee. I usually just mix black and white, rarely wear colors, but never pure black. I always wear new clothes and sometimes a watch, cap, glasses, what do I improve? No gay suggestions like super small tees and short shorts, that shit gets old fast and I don’t like the reactions, I just want to be a well dressed man who’s fit and doesn’t go out of his way to show it thank

          >sexcore

          • Anonymous says:

            That guy looks like a gay. I want something classier. Look at Putin, or your father.
            This guy’s wearing hecking H&M. I have had sex before and have high self esteem, I want to display my status and maturity, not be a tinder bio.

            just wear sexcore when you hit 1/2/3/4 at 13% bf

            DYEL lmao

            Lifting without roiding is a complete waste of time for 99.9% of men. Most likely you do not have the genetics to ever look impressive to the average normie. Lifting is a cope for naturals and the only time they look good is with a heavy pump and perfect lighting, other than that they look almost exactly the same as regular people except slightly wider.
            A nice shirt will probably give you more attention and make you more attractive to the average woman than years of lifting (if you aren’t obese)

            DYEL 2.
            What are you even talking about? Bodybuilding?
            Yeah competing as a natty is a waste of time.
            If you want attention from women, I got more as soon as I benched 1.5 plate. Unless you’ve got shit genetics, it’s very easy to be impressive to normies. I’m now at 2.5 and I doubt anyone can tell the difference, I don’t care and women seem to find my discipline and enthusiasm more attractive than the numbers I work for.

          • Anonymous says:

            I called him a DYEL for his post, not his lifts. It gave away he doesn’t even lift 1/2/3/4.
            No one who’s actually fit and not completely insane thinks 1/2/3/4 is all that, or dresses "sexcore". The more fit I get the less I care. My clothes have been getting baggier and I stopped depending on ab definition for confidence a while ago.
            And 2.5 pl8 isn’t that bad considering it’s my bad lift, I squat 4.

          • Anonymous says:

            her:
            >leaning in
            >fully smiling
            >leg crossed over into his space
            >both hands in close contact
            him:
            >leaning away
            >close lipped, forced smile
            >legs also leaning away
            >one hand free

            Poor girl probably doesnt know that her fiancé’s been PATTIED. How could Will do this?

          • Anonymous says:

            I smell ya. No disrespect to your bench btw, I started out doing starting strength tier programs so I took forever to get close to that. I also started wearing more baggy shit, but mostly because my legs and ass are a little grotesque and I’d rather not emphasize them more

          • Anonymous says:

            >my legs and ass are a little grotesque and I’d rather not emphasize them more
            Honestly I think you’re too self conscious about it. I’m also into cycling and have huge legs and ass, I’m fine with it and women I’ve dated liked it a lot.
            I can’t wear jeans though, I’d need to get them tailored because they’re made either for skinny guys or fatties.

            https://i.imgur.com/BqwXsd4.jpg

            >who cares about upper body strength
            >i can squat 4pl8s

            Lol that’s a proportional body, most people just don’t train legs. He’s obviously an endomorph, but it’s not like his legs are disproportionally hypertrophic.

          • Anonymous says:

            >that’s a proportional body
            >it’s not like his legs are disproportionally hypertrophic
            Are you hecking stupid? He looks like a hecking abomination. Literally not a single thing in his disgusting body is in proportion.

          • Anonymous says:

            >his disgusting body
            Hey maybe it’s time to post yours

            Nah you’re right, I am being dramatic about it. I do like having developed glutes and legs, it’s more just that my upper body is lagging right now so I have to dress around it a little to fit my proportions, and like you said I can’t wear shit like jeans (or at least most cuts I find). Doing more hypertrophy work for upper body now so things should get a little more balanced.

            I’ve been told tailors do wonders. I need to buy some clothes, I changed jobs and got promoted so it’s a good time to get that out of the way. I’d like to buy some cool pants and get them tailored so I don’t go out in tracksuits all the time.
            That’s why I’m on this board now anyway, but it doesn’t seem like I’ll be spoonfed this time. I’ll have to put time into shopping for clothes…
            Good luck with the hypertrophy anon.

          • Anonymous says:

            >tailors do wonders
            Yeah being able to have clothes altered will definitely expand your options, but it’s also good to be aware what they can and can’t do. At least with jeans, if the cut isn’t roomy enough in the top block (ass/thighs) a tailor can’t do much, unless you buy oversized and have the waist taken in, but this may not look great for denim.
            With chinos and other dressier pants they’ll often have extra fabric to allow for the leg to be let out (made wider) a little and they’re also usually made so the waist can be taken in or let out easily as well (though 2" is about the max you can have the waist altered). Personally I’ve accepted having to hunt around a bit for roomier/more old fashioned cuts from brands I like, and usually I just go to the tailor to get them hemmed (shorten the leg) and maybe taper them a bit so they’re not too baggy below the thigh. I’m sure there are other options but I also just like that style anyway. I’ve basically given up on jeans, since they’re either uncomfortable or have synthetic stretch fabrics which I don’t care for. Again though that’s subject to your personal preference, not just your proportions.

          • Anonymous says:

            Nah you’re right, I am being dramatic about it. I do like having developed glutes and legs, it’s more just that my upper body is lagging right now so I have to dress around it a little to fit my proportions, and like you said I can’t wear shit like jeans (or at least most cuts I find). Doing more hypertrophy work for upper body now so things should get a little more balanced.

    • Anonymous says:

      […]
      is there a /fashion/ infofraph for /fit/ gym guys???

      infograph* ^

      I tried

      […]

      I hate crossing boards if that doesn’t work I’ll go back to making fun of dyels on /fit/

    • Anonymous says:

      I never understood the point of quoting other people to prove your point. Yeah, some guy who happens to be famous confirms your bias. Anyone can say anything, doesnt make it true.

      • Anonymous says:

        The point is that its a fashion designer, someone who would have great interest in you buying more clothes, saying that you should buy less
        I would understand your point if it was like a Steven Hawking quote or something

  11. Anonymous says:

    Working out/exercising for your own health and well being is fine. Doing it with the hopes of attracting women is cringe gymcel Cope.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Buying clothing is modern couture. No muscle is going to make you look or feel as good as having a nice outfit. Buy less supplements and go to The Gap instead.

  13. Anonymous says:

    >Is there any point in thinking about /fashion/
    Its OK to start learning about /fashion/, collecting inspo, learning about things like color theory, and its ok to window shop and bookmark clothes you’re going to buy once you’re over 200lbs.
    But if you’re not /fit/ yet the only thing you should be spending your money on is weights and food to bulk with.
    Why would you waste your money on clothes that won’t fit you in a few months?
    Get your gains first.

    • Anonymous says:

      And then you stop eating that much for half a year for whatever reason and your wardrobe can go into a trash bin. Nice strategy bro.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Imagine thinking clothes look better on actual big dudes. Fashion is made for skinny people, anything above ottermode starts looking worse and worse in clothing.

      • Anonymous says:

        90% of high fashion is made for 6’3”+ lanklet twinks, if you get shredded your body proportions are unlikely to fit anything very interesting, and it’s better to lean into your natural muscular appeal than to try and look fashionable. The stupids on here saying that muscles are even close to a substitute for the beauty good fashion endows to a body are stupid, though.

        They look shit, primarily because their faces are both ugly, but secondarily because the suit style they’re wearing doesn’t work or fit their body properly.

        • Anonymous says:

          (Me)
          >The stupids on here saying that muscles are even close to a substitute for the beauty good fashion endows to a body are stupid, though
          Accidentally used stupid twice, but they ARE double stupid, so not a big deal

          • Anonymous says:

            Not really true in the slightest. Modern men’s fashion often utilizes coats, baggy pants and tall boots, all things that look poor on short frames. Even suits have become thinner and taller, though not every designer opts for this meme. Most modern designers design for height, rather than frame. Even if you talk about older fashion, though, you’ll find that they don’t design for bulky figures. A lot of the aesthetic of old Yohji, Helmut Lang and Rick comes from the looseness of the cloth around the body. Most built figures will not be able to find clothes which achieve this looseness. It’s obviously true that women’s fashion is more based around height, but you still need to be tall and thin for men’s fashion to fit you.

            https://i.imgur.com/WiazCmZ.png

            Only looks good due to his body. The meme sexcore look isn’t fashionable, and it looks very boring on him.

  15. Anonymous says:

    think about it this way

    many of the greatest artworks throughout history of people have them naked or barely clothed, draped in robes or sheets or whatever

    people know that the beauty of the eternal body trumps mortal fabrics

    koreans often say this – face is the basis for all. everything else just dressing

    (face here means looks that includes facial and body appearance)

  16. Anonymous says:

    You never wondered why mannequins have good proportions and athletic bodies?
    Clothes don’t look good by themself. You are supposed to make the clothes look good.
    I’m not sure if you newfags remember when people here were buing shit from chinks only because it looked good on pictures and they didn’t even tought about the fact that the base under the piece of garment is what makes it look good.
    I have a great physique (10 years of lifting), all my clothes are thrifted and i tailor them myself using cheapest sewing machine. Every single day i get a comment about how sharp i am dressed, if my clothes are custom made or designer shit because it looks like it was made for me (it was made for me, by me).

    All you have to do is not be fat and learn how to use the sewing machine.

      • Anonymous says:

        Nta but

        >waist size
        >waist height
        >inseam length
        >style

        If you’re anything like me, you can get 2 or 3 out of 4 commercially.
        If I can find mens jeans that are long enough and high rise, the waist is usually too wide (because clothes are made for skinnyfat slobs)

        Prioritise everything except waist circumference, because this is by far the easiest part to fix. There are good guides on YouTube, it can be as simple as
        >turn jeans inside out
        >put them on
        >pinch the waistband at the back so that it fits from the front (use a clip of some sort to keep it like this)
        >sew a straight line along the base of this pinched triangle
        >try them on again, make sure it’s all OK
        >cut the excess off
        >turn them the right way out
        Shrimple as that

  17. Anonymous says:

    looking good is an attitude. always has and always will be. it helps to have a good body, but you should know how to dress yourself in any situation.

  18. Anonymous says:

    its always funny how they ask these questions and post gym influencers

    when most of the time these influencers have absolutely no clue how to dress

  19. Anonymous says:

    Clothes were always designed for thin people so no there is no point. Would you prioritize fashion over fitness if you were a unwashed 350lb morbidly obese person with rotting feet or if you looked like this guy in the photo above? No you wouldn’t, you would most likely have a nice day to end your miserable existence.

  20. Anonymous says:

    If you are incredibly handsome, confident, and fit. ‘Fashion’ so far as brands/labels are meaningless. Unfortunately; in my experience the fit and handsome are often daft or riddled with mental illness. It’s a fun thing to explore when you’re young. Then you hit 30 and realize how cringe the hole business is.

    • Anonymous says:

      >Then you hit 30 and realize how cringe the hole business is
      nonsense. you just age up in your fashion senses. you can be /fashion/ in the nursing home.

  21. Anonymous says:

    I hecking hate being fat
    I’m working on it and making good progress but it can only go so fast and I can hardly even consider looking good until I’m healthier

  22. Anonymous says:

    its true that things just look better on a fit body. If you are over weight everything no matter how fancy looks awkward

  23. Anonymous says:

    Depends on just how un/fit/ you are. If you can build a wardrobe that you can wear now and when you reach your goal then you can start now. If you are size 50 and trying to lose 400 pounds, then no.

  24. Anonymous says:

    Depends on whether you’re actually interested in fashion as a hobby or you’re just trying to get a girlfriend or whatever. I really wish the latter group would heck off to /LULZ/ and stop shitting up the board with their constant whining.

  25. Anonymous says:

    are you people actually stupid. you can do two things at once. you can work out and also put some effort into looking presentable

  26. Anonymous says:

    Is there any point to think about fashion EVER? Just because some dumbass decided "ORANGE IS THE COLOR OF THIS SEASON!", you’re gonna waste you money on new cloths to… please who exactly? Corpo guy, who convinced you that you have to? Because literally who else give a shit? Also how exactly do you want to be original looking, when there’s gonna be 1000 other "fashionable looking guys", wearing exactly the same shit you do? Seriously, who gives a shit about fashion?

    • Anonymous says:

      >Because literally who else give a shit?
      Plenty of people care. The purpose is to impress them and make them have a higher opinion of you, particular the women, as the end goal of life is to get one to agree to marry you and have children with you.

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