48 thoughts on “>upper middle class Uni twinks cosplaying as le blue collar

  1. Anonymous says:

    i bought some pants similar to that from patagonia cause they have pockets that allow me to not sit on my phone but theyre canvas and baggy like that and made for blue collar niggas but i am not blue collar. Do you have a problem with me now with this knowledge?

  2. Anonymous says:

    what i dont like about his fit is the glasses,,,the rolled sleeves the tattoos and the slicked hair.
    He should have the trouser legs tailored instead of rolling them up if he really wants to show his boots off. And seamrip the Carhartt off

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/pScyIE0.jpg

      >upper middle class Uni twinks cosplaying as le blue collar
      Name a bigger cancer in the fashun world

      i would say a worse cancer is niggas that tuck their pants into their gay sneakers

    • Anonymous says:

      Patagonia is the farthest thing from "blue collar" clothing

      […]
      i would say a worse cancer is niggas that tuck their pants into their gay sneakers

      what i dont like about his fit is the glasses,,,the rolled sleeves the tattoos and the slicked hair.
      He should have the trouser legs tailored instead of rolling them up if he really wants to show his boots off. And seamrip the Carhartt off

      They are literally trannies tho. They’re trying to pass for something they ain’t

      • Anonymous says:

        >Patagonia is the farthest thing from "blue collar" clothing
        they’ve got some decent hemp canvas workwear. the fabric tends to collect more grinder shavings than regular canvas so it’s not the best for a metal shop, but otherwise not much to complain about.

      • Anonymous says:

        Hating on workwear LARP is an overdone subject but overalls are a new low for them. What the heck man.

        As a guy with a blue collar physical job, i think he can wear whatever he wants and have zero problem with college kids wearing carhartt. Workwear is often quite comfortable. But i will say he should embrace the vibe and unroll his pants, that really clashes with the look imo. Just do one or two folds if you wanna crop em, the boots would still look cool.

        […]
        >coveralls overalls and carpenter pants

        Totally true that especially denim versions of these were very trendy in 80s and early 90s, but not specifically Carharrt. Levi’s, Lees, Wrangler, Jordache all made their own versions.

        at least the overalls have both buttons havent you seen the people that go with only one buttoned. lol

      • Anonymous says:

        >Star wars books on shelf

        Says it all really, all the MFA people dress like dogshit and have sad sexless faces/bodies, lmao

        • Anonymous says:

          I have to sit down to take a piss because my cock gets erect at the slightest human touch and I start spraying everywhere if I’m standing up
          I dress like a german boomer though

  3. Anonymous says:

    none of you gays are old enough to know this but coveralls and overalls were normal wear in the 80’s and 90’s.
    GFY’s

      • Anonymous says:

        33 here and I can’t recall anyone wearing them, they were considered a silly redneck larp

        You’re too young to remember this trend. Were probably more focused on slamming poki pogs and catching digimons cards when this shit went down.

        • Anonymous says:

          Most of these are not from the 90s you stupid

          You know who had on overalls in the 90s? Me, as a toddler, wearing osh kosh b’gosh

          • Anonymous says:

            They’re literally all from the 90s with the exception of Arianna Grande and they’re saying her wearing of overalls is a 90s style. I guess the Katy Holmes pic could be early 00s but only because she’s a doofy flyover b***h. Dumbass stupid zoomers probably think Tupac is still alive. Go outside! Even if Tupac never got shot he would’ve dropped dead from homosexual AIDS by 2003 at the latest.

        • Anonymous says:

          I remember the late 90’s quite well along with the early 00’s hangover period and yeah, still a redneck larp where I was.

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/pScyIE0.jpg

      >upper middle class Uni twinks cosplaying as le blue collar
      Name a bigger cancer in the fashun world

      >coveralls overalls and carpenter pants

      Totally true that especially denim versions of these were very trendy in 80s and early 90s, but not specifically Carharrt. Levi’s, Lees, Wrangler, Jordache all made their own versions.

  4. Anonymous says:

    As a guy with a blue collar physical job, i think he can wear whatever he wants and have zero problem with college kids wearing carhartt. Workwear is often quite comfortable. But i will say he should embrace the vibe and unroll his pants, that really clashes with the look imo. Just do one or two folds if you wanna crop em, the boots would still look cool.

  5. Anonymous says:

    beanie wearing bald white and asian incels in acronym techwear trying to pretend their streetwear cringe is fashion
    thankfully this was always niche and now its dying hard

    • Anonymous says:

      Correct, the only people who can pull this off are cute alt girls. I dated one, and I could swear to you this looked exactly like her. Kind of like a composite of my last two girlfriends.

  6. Anonymous says:

    >le blue collar
    blue collar wearing coveralls at work here, there just practical lots of pockets, don’t rub like a belt if you carry 2 kg of tools in the pockets.

    still no one of my 2000 colleagues would wear them in a non work related environment.

  7. Anonymous says:

    >no muscle
    >high bf as denoted by his moon face
    >doesn’t qualify as a twink
    Cringe, that only looks good on rugged ripped men

  8. Anonymous says:

    It’s so gay because they can actually dress nice at work, but they instead choose to larp. I’m the opposite, I’m a machinist but I larp as a white collar professional with an ocbd and chinos, metal chips actually burn the clothes sometimes but I’m dedicated to the larp.

  9. Anonymous says:

    The boy on the mural has a million times more charisma than that gay, there’s not one once of ambiguity in his eyes, he’s a real person, a real man even. What he’s wearing is what he is, total congruence.

    I don’t know what’s wrong with western "men", they lost their hecking soul, they are like cattle, there’s flesh and bones but no soul there, they are empty vessels.

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