41 thoughts on “Six months ago, I posted a couple of outfits here to get feedback.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yeah, I still have a couple of kgs to lose.

      you look like you tackle your kids way too hard when you play football with them, good on you anon

      Thanks anon.

      This has to be a bait thread, nigga needed the Internet to tell him tucking shirts in with belts was a thing.

      It is what it is. Any more obvious stuff I should know about?

      You need to get some other shoes and a thinner belt

      Something like leather oxfords I would guess?

  1. Anonymous says:

    There’s an obvious improvement, assuming you’re closer to 30 than 20. How old are you? A bit too dadcore-ish if you’re on the younger side, but a step up for sure.

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks. I just turned 26. I do feel comfortable in these clothes but I’m 100% open to trying different styles.

      Much better. Good job unironically. My advice: I’d get a little classier shoes, wider more full cut and longer trousers, brown belt instead of black belt, pants on bottom right are too short, short sleeve button downs are hard to get right and the one you own is too Mormon-core if you ask me. Think about silhouettes. Good job keep improving.

      Duly noted for the shoes, as well for getting pants with a looser/roomier fit. Thank you very much.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Much better. Good job unironically. My advice: I’d get a little classier shoes, wider more full cut and longer trousers, brown belt instead of black belt, pants on bottom right are too short, short sleeve button downs are hard to get right and the one you own is too Mormon-core if you ask me. Think about silhouettes. Good job keep improving.

    • Anonymous says:

      >red polo looks atrocious
      >purple striped shirt looks bad (could be passable with rolled sleeves, flex those thick forearms)
      >your white shoes do not suit the fit
      >sport blazer is a bit much for a 26yo unless you’re at an event. Try a light jumper for warmth
      >black leather belt is too bold for not wearing black leather shoes, try a patterned, woven or a fabric belt. Neutural colours would work best with your wardrobe.
      You’re visibly loosing weight, making your frame look much better. I think it’s time you start buying slim plain T shirts, they will look great tucked in. Stick to white, black and greys. Black will hide/slim anything you’re insecure about while extenuating your arms slightly.

      Maybe try constructive then, you unless dip shit

  3. Anonymous says:

    Your polos and some of your pants fit too tight. A lot of the stuff looks a bit cheap too. Overall though, not bad. I agree with other anons about the shoes and belt

  4. Anonymous says:

    you look like the guy at church who is secretly kind of a chud but hides his powerlevel and isn’t a stupid sperg because he has a wife and kids

  5. Anonymous says:

    I don’t see where the shoes fit in with anything here. White pair and black pair are both out of place. A pair of brown and black leather shoes would be much better. The charcoal pants don’t fit color-wise. In general you should have nicer dress pants that are ironed and pleated for a nice crease in the front. Like another anon said, IRON your clothes.

  6. Anonymous says:

    >black featureless leather belt
    >sneakers (children wear these)
    >obviously cheap mall garments and wrinkly crap trousers that arent tailored
    >watch is some horrible silicon fitbit thing
    >fat
    My honest advice is you look like an office dork who can do literally nothing to have anything resembling a respectable appearance. Your ancestors were probably drunken dock-workers or irish or something.

  7. Anonymous says:

    buy an iron
    buy a pair of brown shoes
    pants in the last pic are too short
    the black pants seem too long, but you can take them up
    try out some muted/unshiny ties with the jacket
    the jacket does a good job hiding your belly. but dont let that stop you trying to lose weight or showing off your weightloss progress.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Fine burgundy Penny loafers with a matching belt w gold hardware would work with every single outfit. Dark brown bass loafers and a brooks brothers belt maybe even better but go with burgundy and get the brown later

  9. Anonymous says:

    >classier shoes, leather, brown or possibly burgundy
    >matching belt, thinner
    >larger pants
    >iron
    >weight loss
    Thanks for the feedback.

  10. Anonymous says:

    that’s a pretty massive improvement, imo get rid of the short sleeve button up it makes you look like a virgin IT guy, just roll up long sleeves to your elbow instead, consider some chelsea boots for the winter and if you do buy leather shoes make sure to always match the belt and shoe colour

    • Anonymous says:

      Oh but I’m a oui oui baguette.

      Do you have a particular look you’re going for? I feel like the pants bottom right from your May set fit best and would buy similar fits over your new set. You could try the varieties of dress white or off-white shoes. I think you could wear a slimmer fit all around I saw some anon said wear baggier or something but I don’t think so. Yes that one pair of pants is too short. Good on you anon.

      That’s a very good question that I should ask myself more. Instead of going for a particular look, I would say I’m mainly trying to distance myself from the time I was wearing only old t-shirts and worn-out jeans. If anything, these days I’ve often been finding myself searching stuff like "office outfit men", and looking for outfits that seems classy/professional/clean but still casual enough. Got it for the pants, and thank you.

      I don’t like polo shirts so i am biased but you definitely improved in the pants department.

      Thanks anon.

      This is looking MUCH better.
      Personally I think the smart pants are too long, they have too much break making them seem scruffy.
      Also the white shoes don’t go well with them, you need slimmer shoes for the smart pants, like the navy shoes but a different colour.
      Other than that I think you’re looking rather presentable for the style I assume you’re going for.
      Post some of your inspo so we know exactly what you are going for.

      Thank you. Since the shoes are clearly a big issue, I will try to look for classier ones this week-end, probably brown. Pic rel is some outfits I just found that look good to me, and that I would like to wear.

      >red polo looks atrocious
      >purple striped shirt looks bad (could be passable with rolled sleeves, flex those thick forearms)
      >your white shoes do not suit the fit
      >sport blazer is a bit much for a 26yo unless you’re at an event. Try a light jumper for warmth
      >black leather belt is too bold for not wearing black leather shoes, try a patterned, woven or a fabric belt. Neutural colours would work best with your wardrobe.
      You’re visibly loosing weight, making your frame look much better. I think it’s time you start buying slim plain T shirts, they will look great tucked in. Stick to white, black and greys. Black will hide/slim anything you’re insecure about while extenuating your arms slightly.

      Maybe try constructive then, you unless dip shit

      You’re probably right for the blazer. In fact I initially bought it for an event, and pretty much every one at work told me stuff like "wow are you going for a job interview??". I do very much like how I look with it however, and feel confortable wearing it. I think that outside of the people who used to see me with plain old t-shirts, it doesn’t appear completely "out of touch" or anything like that. Perhaps I could wear it with simpler clothes, like t-shirts/polos and jeans? Still, I will buy some light sweaters as you suggested. I was under the impression that a black belt was anything but bold, and as neutral as it gets. Good thing I’m posting here. Thanks for the tips.

      You should totally rethink your shoe-game. It’s complete trash. Don’t forget that women really care about shoes, it says everything about who you are.

      Otherwise, overall I think you are dressing too old for you age. Almost 20 years too early. Rethink that also.

      I’m willing to rethink that and try out different outfits and different styles, but 20 years too early seems to be a stretch.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Do you have a particular look you’re going for? I feel like the pants bottom right from your May set fit best and would buy similar fits over your new set. You could try the varieties of dress white or off-white shoes. I think you could wear a slimmer fit all around I saw some anon said wear baggier or something but I don’t think so. Yes that one pair of pants is too short. Good on you anon.

  12. Anonymous says:

    This is looking MUCH better.
    Personally I think the smart pants are too long, they have too much break making them seem scruffy.
    Also the white shoes don’t go well with them, you need slimmer shoes for the smart pants, like the navy shoes but a different colour.
    Other than that I think you’re looking rather presentable for the style I assume you’re going for.
    Post some of your inspo so we know exactly what you are going for.

  13. Anonymous says:

    You should totally rethink your shoe-game. It’s complete trash. Don’t forget that women really care about shoes, it says everything about who you are.

    Otherwise, overall I think you are dressing too old for you age. Almost 20 years too early. Rethink that also.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Ehm, so you want us, /fashion/ godly prodigies, to rate your very basic fits? I’d say try to work on proportions, most of the fits are still unflattering. Lower row 1 and 3 on your May fashion runway pics are the best out of all.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Of the 10 fits, I think 1 works the best. It embraces the kind of boring aesthetic but makes it work. I don’t mean any of this in a mean way btw. There is something about this style of menswear that says ‘I’ll look okay on anybody, but great on very few people’.

    Fit #1 sells ‘I’m the manager at a golf course where wealthy, but not rich people come to play’, and I think that’s a great look.

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