Someone said that my new haircut makes me look like a soldier so I've started to wear my old military class uniform around but then someone said …

Someone said that my new haircut makes me look like a soldier so I’ve started to wear my old military class uniform around but then someone said that I look dumb, I don’t understand. If someone says that I look like a soldier why shouldn’t I dress like one?

18 thoughts on “Someone said that my new haircut makes me look like a soldier so I've started to wear my old military class uniform around but then someone said …

  1. Anonymous says:

    I don’t know your nationality, but you look fairly white. In most western nations dying for Israel has gone out of style. Thus, looking like a soldier is percieved as dumb and unfashionable.

    • Anonymous says:

      The short untucked short is a Soviet thing so OP is from some former SSR. Pretty sure they’re not fighting/dying for Israel, unless we’re talking former Soviet republics that started sucking up to westoids i.e. estonia/latvia/lithuania. Those shitstains are maximum zogdogs.

  2. Anonymous says:

    You sound extremely low iq
    >Someone said that my new haircut makes me look like a soldier so I’ve started to wear my old military class uniform around
    So one (or a couple of people) told you your hairstyle resembles something so you decided to.. change your entire clothing habits? What the heck?
    What kind of stupid logic is that?
    >but then someone said that I look dumb, I don’t understand
    Are you blind? You literally look like a downie with that ugly ass untucked thing and tie.
    > If someone says that I look like a soldier why shouldn’t I dress like one?
    Soldiers don’t wear their uniform off duty, you aren’t a soldier and that’s not a soldier’s uniform.

    You can tell you have terminally low iq by your standing stance alone, look at those awkward downie hand positioning lmao, you are making the downie crab hand pose

  3. Anonymous says:

    >If someone says that I look like a soldier why shouldn’t I dress like one?
    Because it makes you look like a LARP-er, what you should do instead is to try to balance it out with something "softer"

  4. Anonymous says:

    Button-ups/button-downs always look bad untucked. Tuck it into your pants.
    Your sleeves should NEVER touch your hand. Flip back the cuffs at the seam and THEN button them.
    Your posture is also incredibly autistic. If you can’t figure out what to do with your hands, put them in your pockets.

    • Anonymous says:

      at least tuck your shit in nigga

      This style of shirt (first introduced in 1969 and still commonly worn in the former USSR as part of various uniforms) was never intended to be worn tucked in, pic related.

      • Anonymous says:

        Well, it looks like that shirt only goes to their true waist and is supposed to be worn with high-waisted pants. This gives the same silhouette as a tucked-in shirt and doesn’t look awful.
        OP’s shirt goes all the way down to his hips and thus looks like he’s just wearing a button-up in the most clueless way possible.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Your fathers vodka habits and Mongolian blood have destroyed your genetical code making you unpleasant to look and possibly to hear seeing how you write
    You look like a USSR prison guard in some gulag in the 70s

  6. Anonymous says:

    Look, my fashion sense is pretty autistic; I love wearing milshit more than most of you, but this is very cringe anon, don’t dress like this.

    Let’s break down the psychology of uniforms as fashion.
    Personal fashion is inherently individualistic or makes pretensions to be so, but wearing a uniform (unless worn intentionally poorly, like how punks wear parts of uniforms to critique hierarchy) signifies collectivism; being a member of a group- and more importantly signifies that the group is compelling you to dress in a specific, uniform manner.
    Now this can be very powerful in certain settings, but only if your group and rank or prestige within the group are high status, or if you are wearing a uniform as one of many in an uniformed group.

    So let’s get back to why you dressing like the Soviet version of a kid in a highschool marching band looks terrible.
    Much like the uniform of plumber or janitor, your school uniform does not give you any status, and implies you are low on the hierarchy totem pole.
    Now the only way you could make it work would be if you hung out with a group who all dressed like you, it would be weird but the discipline of voluntarily being uniform would maybe, maybe give you maybe some weird kind of cool. To wear a uniform with others reinforces in-group identity and creates a sense of belonging within that group. Wearing a uniform alone exacerbates your alienation from you from everyone else around you not wearing that uniform.

    But no, you are wearing a uniform that signifies low status and collectivism, but nobody is making you and you are alone in wearing it. This makes you look spergy and unfashionable. This will repel women as effectively as if you were wearing skunk bodyspray. The fact that you aren’t even tucking your shirt in while still wearing a tie makes you look simultaneously sloppy and boring without any of the rebellious punk chique. For your sake anon, don’t dress like this.

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