18 thoughts on “When did people stop caring about?

    • Anonymous says:

      This is wrong back in the day everyone hated being poor and aspired to look and live like a gentleman you wouldn’t know this cause your a melanin enriched gentleman

    • Anonymous says:

      youre stupid. before the 50s people spent much more of their paycheck on clothing, because they bought just a handful of items that would last for many years. so they probably werent wearing luxury cashmere cardigans, but they definitely werent wearing thin poly-blend made in cambodia garbage either

  1. Anonymous says:

    none of the people in your image cared about fashion, either. that man in the threadbare jacket on the right, for example. no different from a tradie today in his stained hi viz jacket and paint splattered joggers on the bus.

    • Anonymous says:

      until the 1950s t shirts were still largely seen as underwear, you’d only really see farmers and laborers wearing them as outer shirts, while working.

      nigga the quality of these clothes is just as abysmal as a nike jumper is nowadays.
      poor people always dressed poorly

      They didn’t care about fashion. Those were just the clothes that existed and thus they wore them. Same mentality with people today. The difference is that society is less conservative/puritanical and people realized they want to be comfortable and not wear 3 layers in 90 degree heat.

      they didn’t care about fashion but they cared about function.
      you look in old catalogues and adjust for inflation, those guys in that pic are actually spending the equivalent to like 100-600 bucks today for their jeans, jackets etc each. about half or 3/4 of what denimbros pay for reproductions of the same clothes (albeit made of better materials) today.
      then they wore them until they’re threadbare doing their job.

      youre stupid. before the 50s people spent much more of their paycheck on clothing, because they bought just a handful of items that would last for many years. so they probably werent wearing luxury cashmere cardigans, but they definitely werent wearing thin poly-blend made in cambodia garbage either

      correct they also tended to make their own clothes as well.

      Cultural revolution in the mid-late 1960s.

      correct, plus world war 2.

  2. Anonymous says:

    They didn’t care about fashion. Those were just the clothes that existed and thus they wore them. Same mentality with people today. The difference is that society is less conservative/puritanical and people realized they want to be comfortable and not wear 3 layers in 90 degree heat.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Obviously, we’ve slowly abandoned our cultural norms preferring instead to adopt some slovenly conception of “progress”. What we have to do is recover what we put aside for a time.

    • Anonymous says:

      I should I tailor my dress to your personal opinions? When I show up in grey sweatpants with a load of shit in there, you can complain but otherwise, whatre you gay? Not that there’s anything wrong with that but why are you so overly concerned with how other adult men dress. You wanna heck me?

        • Anonymous says:

          Sorry, man. I work a trade and I’m not interested in dudes so I don’t see how my dress should conform to your autism.
          I wear jeans and put on real shoes each day, I’m not cookie monster pajamas, but c’mon

  4. Anonymous says:

    When we started having more freedom as a society.
    Remember this episode of Beaver? Where he had to go home because he dared to have a crewneck sweater with an alien on it?
    Bro everyone at all times wanted to dress as they want, it’s only now we have the freedom to mostly get away with it.

    People back then didn’t care more, karens just had more power to heck up their lives when they didn’t comply.
    Ceethe and sope, tradfag

      • Anonymous says:

        I’m not saying superior, I’m saying we have more freedom to dress as we please today.
        Those folks in OP absolutely would have loved sweatpants and hoodies if given the oppertunity.

        It’s even changed since my old childhood, where is was hecking uncommon as hell to wear a hat indoors, especially inside of a home. Now I see it all the time because the cultural norm is relaxing.
        There’s still time but the world certainly hasn’t ended over it yet

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