96 thoughts on “My first ever "drip"

    • Anonymous says:

      Get rid of the belt, the holster and replace those awful boots with solid black leather. Get some muscles too. Only then will you look a bit cool. Also, stance matters a lot, so if you’re going to rock the "hard moto guy" apparel, act like it. The pose in picrel makes you look like an overdressed sissy prostitute.
      If you have the holster for an actual gun, I’d recommend keeping it in the jacket fold instead.

      Also this. I wouldn’t recommend wearing something like this unless you actually use a motorcycle as your preffered way of transport.
      People will assume you have a Royal Enfiled parked outside, based on your appearance, and it would be kind of lame just to tell them:
      >"Uhh, um… No actually. I take the bus… Haha…haaaa."
      Don’t you think?

        • Anonymous says:

          Ever seen how the macho guys stand in most mainstream movies? Do that, just dialed down a peg, because no one acts like the movies irl. No one with a social life at least.

        • Anonymous says:


          >im awkward, idk how to stand
          If you’re such a sperg that you don’t know how to stand why are you LARPing as a BA biker dude who smokes Reds and bathes in Dior Fahrenheit? Tell me you at least ride a bike

          • Anonymous says:

            Return it. Take it back to the store. I hope you kept the boxes the stuff came with or else you’re going to have to find some. Hope you kept the receipts. How do you feel hopping in your 2001 Toyota Corolla with this outfit? It’s a great Halloween costume, it really is, might be one of the better high quality ones I’ve seen, but you’re literally only going to be able to wear this one (1) day a year on Halloween. Hop in your Toyota RAV4 and go to USPS and return all of it.

          • Anonymous says:

            i do have a toyota….
            but im not returning it
            im going to a bar/arcade/bowling alley/escape room place this evening and im gonna be wearing it

          • Anonymous says:

            >im going to a bar/arcade/bowling alley/escape room place this evening and im gonna be wearing it
            To be fair, if it’s a leather night at a gay bar you might be able to get your money back by swindling drinks from lonely old gays. You won’t even have to heck them, just be willing to listen to their bullshit stories.

  1. Anonymous says:

    bro, you look super tough and totally not like a little boy getting really excited for his favorite video game/TV show.

    Please tell me you’re, like, 17 years old max for the sake of your family’s shame. This is what I look like at 24 years old; fix your shit accordingly.

  2. Anonymous says:

    All I’m gonna say is its a good thing you have a gun with you. At least it’ll keep the roasties quiet and they won’t make fun of your school shooter ass.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I think it looks cool, but more like something I’d see an actor wearing on a film set than anything a person would be casually wearing in real life.

  4. Anonymous says:

    What’s with the gauntlet, holster and belt over the jacket? They make a bad outfit completely cringe. Those are a big no.

    The jeans and boots could work with a plain fitted t-shirt, but the jacket is too loud together with them. The jacket could work with simpler jeans and boots, but it looks like some cheap shit from yesstyle. Please don’t wear this in public except to a costume party or halloween

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s not the 1950’s, double-rider jackets are normiecore at this point. Ditch the pants, the holster, the belt, the bracers (please god tell me they’re not part of the jacket) and the gloves. Boots you can keep as long as you wear your pants over them.

  5. Anonymous says:

    you people will fight tooth and nail to prove that you’re more badass or some shit for wearing a cringe ass LARP fit just to make the text on the screen angry. god this is unhealthy, so hecking weird too. all of this for a shitty outfit, honest to god you need a life

  6. Anonymous says:

    Listen, you asked for honesty, that outfit is a mistake. It looks try-hard and costumey.
    Fake leather jackets never look good but that one is particularly tacky. Fingerless gloves are bad especially just wearing them for no reason. The boots look weird, and your pants should go over the boots and not tucked into them, 9/10 this will look better. The jeans are the least offensive part but even they look worse than, say, some wrangler cowboy cuts. Do NOT wear a cowboy hat unless you live in a part of the country where they are worn by many people.

    My opinion, return as much of that shit as you can and save some money to buy:
    – a real leather jacket (brown or black, not red) in any style other than double rider
    – regular jeans or work pants (dickies 874)
    – quality leather work boots that match your jacket
    – a belt that matches the jacket and boots
    – maybe a denim or some other western shirt with buttons/snaps

    The outfit you posted is something you will look back on and cringe at in a few years, believe me, I’ve been there.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Nice. Looking like a post-apocalypse cowboy. A lot of people are upset at the fact that they can’t come up with a fashion style themselves and instead just follows fashion, like sheep.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Those sleeves are a problem, it looks like a cosplay for some video game. As far for the rest, it’s acceptable. You should try standing like a man sometime. Your lack of confidence in that pose is sad.


  9. Anonymous says:

    Fellas if you are going to carry a $300 turkshit 1911 in an old-timey flap holster you gotta wear that shit in. It’s gotta look like the belt and holster your granddaddy’s fruity brother wore while he sucked his way across rural France in 1948 with the corps of engineers, building bridges both literal and metaphorical, not like you just popped it out of an amazon box.

  10. Anonymous says:

    looks like cheap shit, like a faux leather couch that someone throws out on the side of the street. maybe learn the rule of thirds

  11. Anonymous says:

    This looks great EXCEPT
    – The "gauntlet" on your arm looks terrible and way over the top with all those studs
    – the holster is overkill
    – the belt doesn’t look good and is the wrong kind of leather (plus a gold buckle when all the other metallic accents are silver)

    Ditch the gauntlet, the holster, and the belt. The remaining stuff (i.e. the actual core of the fit) will be much better.

  12. Anonymous says:


    >I went out today and didnt wear the vambrace, holster or gloves and i got a compliment
    Didn’t see this comment. Looks like you had the same idea as I did already. I think that’s the way to go, if you keep it toned down just a little (like you say you did here) it’ll be way more effective.

  13. Anonymous says:

    I like the jacket and the boots.
    Don’t like the pants. Wax too many zippers to fit with the old school vibe.
    Don’t like the vambrace too LARPy.
    Don’t like the beltbuckle, it’s golden and the rest of your metal is silver – what were you thinking?
    Don’t like the holsters. Cringe try hard toughguy stuff.
    And lastly: Black gloves??? What the heck?
    Burgundy scarf sounds really good.

    If this is your actual first time compliments are in order. Very solid first try. I hope you can see that there is still a lot of room to grow.

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