40 thoughts on “Rate my fall fit

    • Anonymous says:

      aka chinos, aka not jeans

      U look like a stupid ngl


      >toopoor watch

      poopy butthole fit



      First noticeably cold day this year.

      You look friendly, nice shirt, nice jacket.

    • Anonymous says:

      White long sleeve, not a shirt but a long sleeve with a crew neck would complete this fit. One change and this is better than 99% of fits in waywt

  1. Anonymous says:

    Your trousers don’t fit well, and their taper makes your feet look very big. The untucked shirt ruins your proportions; the jacket isn’t terrible, a bit of wear would help it, though there isn’t much you can’t do about that right now. There are far too many colours to this outfit and little agreement between them, though they don’t offensively clash, which seems to be the only condition to this guessing-game of yours. Get your trousers in a straight cut and look at some shoes with some more texture; brown would serve you better than black.

    • Anonymous says:

      He doesnt need a straight cut. He just needs a slightly fuller cut with the appropriate inseam so they drape rather than bunch and wrinkle. Nothing wrong with a properly fitting pair of tapered pants.

    • Anonymous says:

      Ralph Lauren

      >toopoor watch

      Can you tell what it is?

      nice fit, friend 🙂
      black boots look a bit mismatched with the tan jacket, but otherwise very nice!

      Thanks, I was sort of wanting the boots to look big with the taper.

      nice shirt
      pants look cheap though

      Good eye. Pants from old Navy.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Jacket looks like cheap polyester, shirt is ugly as sin (button down collar, no tie), pants are ok, shoes are also ugly and cheap looking. Are you going for the indian software developer with 6 other indian roommates look?

    If you are going to wear that shit jacket, just wear a tshirt and jeans, maybe boots. That shirt pattern is loud and doesn’t fit the buttons on the collar, which are meant for a tie. Are you trying to dress up or down?

  3. Anonymous says:

    at first glance it looks good but quickly falls apart as I look at it. It’s not bad, don’t get me wrong, but it’s just a bit off.
    First, the shirt isn’t tucked in, maybe without a jacket it looks too stuffy for you but definitely with a jacket just tuck it in. IMO the jacket is nice but maybe a shade too light, but obviously you’re not gonna buy a whole new jacket. I think it just looks weird with the shirt. A darker shirt that contrasts more would help, like a dark green plaid shirt.
    the grey pants look kind of weird, a pair of cords or dark jeans would look way better. shoes look fine to me.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I like the jacket, the shirt and the pants.
    The watch is a bit ungrounded because there is so little silver in the fit. Maybe add a bit more silver, you could do a belt with a silver buckle and tuck the shirt for example.
    Solid 8/10 until we reach the shoes. What’s this?
    Why black? Walk me through this process!
    Nothing in this fit is black.
    Nothing in this fit even has this stark of a color, it’s all mellow/soft colors.
    Doesn’t work.
    You need shoes that go with the jacket or the shirt. Tan or navy would be my recommendations. Red if you want to be avantgarde.
    If you don’t want to change the shoes switch to a black shirt.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Tuck the shirt, get that jacket worn in, tighten the clasp of your chewda one notch and buy less slim and better quality pants.

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