84 thoughts on “Is there such a thing as "dressing your age"?

  1. Anonymous says:

    She’s cosplaying the thing

    Dressing modestly will always be /fashion/

    Thotcore is cringe when you’re young and triple cringe is when you’re old

  2. Anonymous says:

    I trip out when I see adults with screen tees. Say like super mario. Sure Mario is cool to me, but I’m not 8 years old anymore or whatever the age of the adult I see dress similarly. A tee shirt to bed. And undershirt is it. Grow up

    • Anonymous says:

      I agree with you. Graphic t-shirts are for teenagers and college students. I can forgive them up to the age of 26 but after that they should be retired. Sentimental ones kept as bed shirts or housework attire but that’s it. This is something I’m realising as I’m about to turn 25 is I just don’t feel right in a graphic tee. It’s been hard to part with a lot of them because I’m deeply attached to many of my t-shirts but I hate wearing them because I feel so unfashionable in them. I’m a grown up I need to put more effort into my outfits than just t-shirt and pants.

    • Anonymous says:

      I agree with you. Graphic t-shirts are for teenagers and college students. I can forgive them up to the age of 26 but after that they should be retired. Sentimental ones kept as bed shirts or housework attire but that’s it. This is something I’m realising as I’m about to turn 25 is I just don’t feel right in a graphic tee. It’s been hard to part with a lot of them because I’m deeply attached to many of my t-shirts but I hate wearing them because I feel so unfashionable in them. I’m a grown up I need to put more effort into my outfits than just t-shirt and pants.

      I agree but personally I make an exception for band merch. Obviously they aren’t work or outing appropriate but I think they’re fine for general use as weekend casual wear. Like going to run errands or getting a drink at a dive bar. I have a similar except for sports team merch. I don’t see anything wrong with an adult wanting to support their favorite team while they hit the sports bar with family/friends. Context is important.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Men’s young people clothes:
    >hoodies (replace these with sweaters after age 30, or don’t wear them in public)
    >any pants that show your ankles (linen pants are perfectly normal for anyone after age 30)
    >T-shirts (replace these with polos after age 30)
    >conventional sneakers outside the gym
    >graphic clothing (replace with anything else after age 25)

    Women’s young people clothes:
    >mini skirts (stop wearing these after age 25)
    >tiny gym shorts (replace these with slutty leggings after age 25)
    >crop tops (replace these with normal tops after age 30)
    >graphic tees (see above)

    • Anonymous says:

      young –> old
      >men
      >hoodies -> button cardigans/jackets, zip cardigans
      >jacket -> blazer, sportcoat
      >blazer -> suit
      >sneakers -> leather dress shoes
      >polo -> dress shirt
      >labels, branding -> no labels, no branding

      >women
      >mini skirts -> pencil skirt
      >crop top -> blouse
      >bare leg skin -> tights
      >sneakers -> ballet flats
      >labels, branding -> no labels, no branding

    • Anonymous says:

      young –> old
      >men
      >hoodies -> button cardigans/jackets, zip cardigans
      >jacket -> blazer, sportcoat
      >blazer -> suit
      >sneakers -> leather dress shoes
      >polo -> dress shirt
      >labels, branding -> no labels, no branding

      >women
      >mini skirts -> pencil skirt
      >crop top -> blouse
      >bare leg skin -> tights
      >sneakers -> ballet flats
      >labels, branding -> no labels, no branding

      Your descriptions of how older men should dress just sounds like how gay men dress.
      Why would I want to look gay?

    • Anonymous says:

      young –> old
      >men
      >hoodies -> button cardigans/jackets, zip cardigans
      >jacket -> blazer, sportcoat
      >blazer -> suit
      >sneakers -> leather dress shoes
      >polo -> dress shirt
      >labels, branding -> no labels, no branding

      >women
      >mini skirts -> pencil skirt
      >crop top -> blouse
      >bare leg skin -> tights
      >sneakers -> ballet flats
      >labels, branding -> no labels, no branding

      You guys sound like the kid I used to bully for bringing a briefcase to school

  4. Anonymous says:

    >Is there such a thing as "dressing your age"?
    I hope not. I hate how women stop dressing sexy as soon as they turn 27. I want women of all ages to be showing my their legs ass and titties. I’m straight though so that might be part of it

    • Anonymous says:

      >I hate how women stop dressing sexy as soon as they turn 27. I want women of all ages to be showing my their legs ass and titties.
      Tell that to this anon

      Men’s young people clothes:
      >hoodies (replace these with sweaters after age 30, or don’t wear them in public)
      >any pants that show your ankles (linen pants are perfectly normal for anyone after age 30)
      >T-shirts (replace these with polos after age 30)
      >conventional sneakers outside the gym
      >graphic clothing (replace with anything else after age 25)

      Women’s young people clothes:
      >mini skirts (stop wearing these after age 25)
      >tiny gym shorts (replace these with slutty leggings after age 25)
      >crop tops (replace these with normal tops after age 30)
      >graphic tees (see above)

      , pretty sure he’s American where everything needs to be uglified

      • Anonymous says:

        you literally do not even know what you’re talking about haha. Americans are famously gaudy, loud, and slutty in our style of dress. Japan, China, and the semi-civilized parts of eastern Europe all laugh at us for it constantly.

        • Anonymous says:

          All laugh at us for it while they are there and then beg for a green card and escape their birth countries the first chance they get

  5. Anonymous says:

    Yeah, and pretty much everyone knows what they are: sneakers, graphic tees, gaudy jeans, anything too "edgy" like anything with a fire graphic or such, though that goes under graphic tee, I guess.

      • Anonymous says:

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

        >Aren’t you gay?

        Yes.

        I’m a woman who likes women.

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

        >man
        >you are not a woman

        No.

        I’m a woman.

        She’s good looking! You are far too ugly for her though, Vieo. You need to have realistic standards.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Would sleep with but certainly would not date for anything meaningful. Any moderately attractive woman who is single past the age of 30 is a massive red flag. She is guaranteed to be some combination of severely mentally ill, unreasonably picky, generally unpleasant to be around, cheating, a single mom, or all of the above.

  7. Anonymous says:

    She looks good! Why are you looking at women on tinder though, Vieo? Aren’t you gay? She’s way out of your league, too.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I saw a chick who appeared in her early 30s but she was dressed like a teenager. Ngl, even though it looked weird and jarring, something about it turned me on

  9. Anonymous says:

    If your face isn’t withered and beaten down and can pass younger, hecking go for it. Just know it’s a sort of catfishing when you’re hecking 18 year olds who think you’re 24 but you’re acutally 31

  10. Anonymous says:

    >all these newfags who don’t know who vieo is
    for those not in the know, you’re talking to a 43 year old transsexual who looks like picrel and has been constantly posting low-effort bait here for several years now

    • Anonymous says:

      >Older women dressing like teenagers is so hot.
      Unfortunately, you won’t find any real women dressing like that, and the odds of it being a tranny is surely high.

      • Anonymous says:

        My gf is 29 and will pretty much wear whatever I make her during sex
        I have probably 3 different schoolgirl outfits she wears
        Shit is so cash

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