74 thoughts on “The suit is dying, and to be honest, I am glad.

    • Anonymous says:

      >"the suit is FINISHED"
      >"covid KILLED THE SUIT"
      >"menswear is OVER"
      People have been saying this for decades and the suit is still alive and well. Democratization of culture hasn’t killed it yet and you’re still mad. Seethe more for me

  1. Anonymous says:

    Yeah, it’s evolution. Suits have it day yesteryears, now it’s sexcore. Let’s be honest the top 1% of males of genetics don’t wear suits but are genetically enhanced and muscle packed.
    Only larpers, genetic trash, social scum wear suits today.

    • future wife says:

      All wrong wearing suits today, there’s a reason why you don’t wear a durang and baggy, right? Because you don’t want to be associated with a certain group. The scum and genetically outcast.
      […]
      Nothing comfier than wearing skinny jeans and skinny shirts, while you have a boner and everybody sees it.

      reddit ass videos
      putting your shit meme in video format don’t make it funny

    • Anonymous says:

      Everyone making $200k and up in the corporate world is required to wear suits into their workplace. Maybe you spend your time daytrading crypto for pennies

    • Anonymous says:

      All wrong wearing suits today, there’s a reason why you don’t wear a durang and baggy, right? Because you don’t want to be associated with a certain group. The scum and genetically outcast.
      […]
      Nothing comfier than wearing skinny jeans and skinny shirts, while you have a boner and everybody sees it.

      Mfer is wearing a wig lmfao

    • Anonymous says:

      All wrong wearing suits today, there’s a reason why you don’t wear a durang and baggy, right? Because you don’t want to be associated with a certain group. The scum and genetically outcast.

      it’s a shame. nothing comfier for the office than a well tailored suit & shirt

      Nothing comfier than wearing skinny jeans and skinny shirts, while you have a boner and everybody sees it.

    • Anonymous says:

      Actually I persisted for ages. Only person to wear a navy suit in the office. Every one else wore jeans and leggings. The men dressed like shit, the women were nice but casual. I dropped it after a return from lock down because could not imagine getting back into it and going to all that effort for no discernable benefit. It was never appreciated anyway. Now I wear literally pic rel every day.

  2. Anonymous says:

    suit died at least a decade ago, this is what 95% of people wear to the office, except in software engineering where they just wear tshirts

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’m okay with suits being statement pieces. Drake’s is bringing back the casual suit and that’s a good thing unironically

  4. Anonymous says:

    I work in a big bank. All the plebs like me wear shit like jeans and shirts (I don’t but that’s because I usually don’t anyways). The big-wigs on the important floors all still stunt in suits. The lobby runs anywhere from middle schooler fits to three piece plaid suits

  5. Anonymous says:

    >and to be honest, I am glad.

    r/antiwork posting here folks. b***h-tittied incel dog walker gets on LULZ and celebrates fashion shift away from style it could never attain. keep up the federmann stupid lazy heck look.

      • Anonymous says:

        Yeah because pic related is better. Suit dress codes need to exist becaude Americans can’t be trusted not to dress like shit. How can you browse /fashion/ and think this is fine?

        • Anonymous says:

          >because Americans can’t be trusted not to dress like shit
          Funny as hell and very true.

          >Implying europoors dress any better.

          • Anonymous says:

            We literally do. Have you seen the difference between how people dress in euro universities (especially here in France) compared to how people dress in big american universities? Americans go to their classes in hecking sweatpants and hoodies, even pajamas sometimes. You would actually be mocked if you tried that shit here.

      • Anonymous says:

        https://i.imgur.com/HkasXmw.jpg

        >the suit is dying
        For your shitty dead end job maybe

        Lol it passed
        https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/the-senate-chucks-its-unwritten-dress-code-bring-on-the-gym-shorts/ar-AA1gVYJd

        • Anonymous says:

          KMS

          I had a job in the local bureaucracy. The men would come into work looking like homeless people, scruffy untended beards, cheapest plain t-shirts money could buy, some teen sneakers like vans or nike, and jeans. I walked in there as an intern with my fitted suits (which I had tailored on my trips to South East Asia, which probably cost less than those overpriced aforementioned shoes) and the collection of quality ties my grandfather left to me. My boss scoffed at me, told me on the first day that I didn’t need to dress up, I told him that these are my work clothes and that I will continue to wear my suit to work. The comments didn’t stop, many of my male colleagues told me I looked too formal and stuffy and to at least lose the tie because it looked uncomfortable. It was not, I quite enjoy wearing the tie, so I would come in with increasingly difficult knots, I got pretty good with the eldredge knot. Not a single negative comment from the women, in fact they enjoyed it, lots of comments from them about how nice I looked and how I classed the place up a bit. This did not go unnoticed, simply by being semi-competent and looking the part I got the attention of my boss’ boss. She loved everything that I was doing, extended my contract and after just a year in the department elevated me to the same level as my former boss, even taking the lead/holding authority over him on some projects despite him being in the job for about a decade.

          Simply standing out in a positive manner doesn’t hurt, all these millennials are stupid and dress like slobs, the older generations want to hand over to people who they feel are competent. Its not hard to leapfrog by simply wearing nice clothes. If anything a cheap holiday to the nearest shitholes with tailors would be a good investment, don’t even bother with the whole online measurements, go get it all done for you by some brown person in Turkey, Mexico, Indonesia, etc. Spend the $1000 on a few different colour suits. It can’t hurt.

          incredibly based, love to hear it.

          https://i.imgur.com/37GeYG5.jpg

          >based patrician
          Excellent advice, sir. It is a sad state of fashion and society in general seeing so many men of my age wearing women’s clothes or t-shirts with ridiculous mottos plastered on them. In fact I truly believe it should be illegal for men to wear women’s clothing in public unless it is for a party or drag show performance.

          >illegal for men to wear women’s clothing in public unless it’s for drag
          >drag is legal in your perfect world

          […]

          is that way

  6. Anonymous says:

    at my job all the entry level employees come in wearing hoodies, t-shirts, ripped jeans, etc etc.

    everyone at the level of account management and above at least makes an effort and most everyone you see above that will be wearing a sport coat/button up and nice jeans or chinos and a polo. i wear chinos and oxfords pretty much every day and unabashedly tell my employees i buy my shit at target so they know they can and should do so as well.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I had a job in the local bureaucracy. The men would come into work looking like homeless people, scruffy untended beards, cheapest plain t-shirts money could buy, some teen sneakers like vans or nike, and jeans. I walked in there as an intern with my fitted suits (which I had tailored on my trips to South East Asia, which probably cost less than those overpriced aforementioned shoes) and the collection of quality ties my grandfather left to me. My boss scoffed at me, told me on the first day that I didn’t need to dress up, I told him that these are my work clothes and that I will continue to wear my suit to work. The comments didn’t stop, many of my male colleagues told me I looked too formal and stuffy and to at least lose the tie because it looked uncomfortable. It was not, I quite enjoy wearing the tie, so I would come in with increasingly difficult knots, I got pretty good with the eldredge knot. Not a single negative comment from the women, in fact they enjoyed it, lots of comments from them about how nice I looked and how I classed the place up a bit. This did not go unnoticed, simply by being semi-competent and looking the part I got the attention of my boss’ boss. She loved everything that I was doing, extended my contract and after just a year in the department elevated me to the same level as my former boss, even taking the lead/holding authority over him on some projects despite him being in the job for about a decade.

    Simply standing out in a positive manner doesn’t hurt, all these millennials are stupid and dress like slobs, the older generations want to hand over to people who they feel are competent. Its not hard to leapfrog by simply wearing nice clothes. If anything a cheap holiday to the nearest shitholes with tailors would be a good investment, don’t even bother with the whole online measurements, go get it all done for you by some brown person in Turkey, Mexico, Indonesia, etc. Spend the $1000 on a few different colour suits. It can’t hurt.

    • Anonymous says:

      >based patrician
      Excellent advice, sir. It is a sad state of fashion and society in general seeing so many men of my age wearing women’s clothes or t-shirts with ridiculous mottos plastered on them. In fact I truly believe it should be illegal for men to wear women’s clothing in public unless it is for a party or drag show performance.

      • Anonymous says:

        >It is a sad state of fashion and society in general seeing so many men of my age wearing women’s clothes or t-shirts with ridiculous mottos plastered on them
        why care what theyre wearing so long as theyre not mocking you for what you are wearing? if you were confident then youd be setting the trend without having to say anything and theyd all be in suits by now. instead youre whining like an entitled b***h, nobody wants to listen to that, let alone wear the same clothes. respect is in attitude too, not only the cloth on your body.

  8. Anonymous says:

    i’ve always wanted to get into suiting and i like the look but there’s too many gay autistic rules and i know why they exist because you look like shit without at least somewhat following them but its all just too much for me to be assed with compared to just wearing the style that comes natural to me. also i’m never in any kind of social setting a suit would be appropriate for.

  9. Anonymous says:

    I’m unemployable but kinda want to wear a blazer casually one day. Maybe with jeans or twill pants. Hey if Blacks can wear suits so can I.

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