62 thoughts on “Neofolk

  1. Anonymous says:

    long coats look bad on short guys, almost always, some exceptions exist ofc.
    stick to jackets that end at your waist. mid fly at the longest.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I had one of these, there were metal belt holder tabs sticking out of the sides at the natural waist. very noticeable.

    • Anonymous says:

      to the extent they appropriated it the japanese pulled it off pretty well, but on the whole their faces are much less broad than the chinese which is part of what makes it look goofy. they also tend to be taller and more slender, at least the yayoi-descended ones

    • Anonymous says:

      to the extent they appropriated it the japanese pulled it off pretty well, but on the whole their faces are much less broad than the chinese which is part of what makes it look goofy. they also tend to be taller and more slender, at least the yayoi-descended ones

      https://i.imgur.com/7VyM1bv.jpeg

      The non white cope is hilarious in this thread. Just like workerwear, it looks ridiculous on asians general, sea or nea.

      https://i.imgur.com/Fe7ap0d.jpeg

      Kek, don’t

      Chiang Wei Kuo could pull it off.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The non white cope is hilarious in this thread. Just like workerwear, it looks ridiculous on asians general, sea or nea.

  4. Anonymous says:

    recently bought some blue wool wide leg pants, trying to get a decent little Amish-ish/neofolk outfit together to wear working in my garden in the weekends and to the farmer’s market. should I just get a white/cream linen shirt to go with it? any recs?

  5. Anonymous says:

    If it didn’t have epaulets you’d just look like some slightly higher than entry level office worker in the winter, and they don’t add much other than a slight military aesthetic (obviously)
    If you can pull off vintage style coats its not the worst thing you could buy

    • Anonymous says:

      This. Either get an old one that’s military surplus or wait until Zara have a 100% wool one in their origins collection (they have this cope where they release a line of clothes made from mostly or wholly natural materials and only have a few collections each year in order to say they’re doing something about fast fashion and poor quality materials) to get one (relatively) cheaply. Otherwise be prepared to spend a lot. But it will be very worth it. That or learn how to sew (this is what I’m doing but I haven’t attempted an overcoat yet). It should be an investment piece that lasts potentially decades. I think my wool overcoat is one of my favourite pieces of clothing.

    • Anonymous says:

      This. Either get an old one that’s military surplus or wait until Zara have a 100% wool one in their origins collection (they have this cope where they release a line of clothes made from mostly or wholly natural materials and only have a few collections each year in order to say they’re doing something about fast fashion and poor quality materials) to get one (relatively) cheaply. Otherwise be prepared to spend a lot. But it will be very worth it. That or learn how to sew (this is what I’m doing but I haven’t attempted an overcoat yet). It should be an investment piece that lasts potentially decades. I think my wool overcoat is one of my favourite pieces of clothing.

      I recently thrifted a surplus overcoat and after dry cleaning it’s almost like new. Not Kersey sadly but still 100% wool. Only thing I dont like are the "stuffed" shoulders but ehh

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