Why does the fabric wrinkle up at the kneecaps like that? How do I stop it?


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Why does the fabric wrinkle up at the kneecaps like that? How do I stop it?

  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because it bends
    >How do I stop it?
    never bend your knees

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fucking hell it’s incredibly how dorky and childish 30+ millennial men look.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      30's is a rough decade for looks. You've just become a real adult with real responsibilities so you need to look the part, not only professionally but also because you might have kids and you overall can't be dressing the way you were in your 20's but you don't know how yet and you still likely look kind of young. Do I grow my beard out? Do I start mostly/entirely wearing collared shirts of some kind? Can I still even wear sneakers? Do all of my clothes have to fit properly?
      On top of that your hair is gonna start to fade in these years if it hasn't already and if you don't have decent facial hair genetics, like most men honestly, then you're kind of fucked into looking soi. Men in their 40's turn it around because they have the actual experience.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        i want to be an ysl twink forever

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          If you run the twink looks too long you risk being really fucking disappointed in your 30's when the looks stops working, and there aren't many options as a 30 year old man to look cute or feminine without looking goofy. You also risk meeting a good man who will be disappointed when you age out into twink-death. Sure, have fun while you can, but aging happens to everyone and you should be prepared mentally for when you wake up and look in the mirror to see some smile wrinkles.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            nah my hairline disappeared so now it is buzzcut and lifting weights for few years already

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              I've been lifting for several years now but I still hold on to the fact that if I lost all of my upper body muscle and worked at it I could get back into twink mode. That said I'm 26, I doubt I could make myself cute at 35. I'm glad I'm bisexual and not gay because I can dress in a way that works for attracting both sexes while not fearing the future.

              twinks dont look feminine

              Some do some don't, but they typically don't dress masculine is the point, and its harder to be taken seriously on a day to day basis dressing like a twink in your 30's than it is in your 20's.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            twinks dont look feminine

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Man all this shit is what you should be thinking about after graduating college at maximum not in your fucking 30s

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's the shoes.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Pants too tight
      >faggy tech fabric that do not drape properly

      30's is a rough decade for looks. You've just become a real adult with real responsibilities so you need to look the part, not only professionally but also because you might have kids and you overall can't be dressing the way you were in your 20's but you don't know how yet and you still likely look kind of young. Do I grow my beard out? Do I start mostly/entirely wearing collared shirts of some kind? Can I still even wear sneakers? Do all of my clothes have to fit properly?
      On top of that your hair is gonna start to fade in these years if it hasn't already and if you don't have decent facial hair genetics, like most men honestly, then you're kind of fucked into looking soi. Men in their 40's turn it around because they have the actual experience.

      It’s because they half-ass it and still try to dress like a teen from the 2010’s but with a more “grown up” look. Plus millennials are obsessed with everything being comfy and feeling like athleisure shit. Instead of just getting nice shoes or boots they get sneaker/dress cope shoes which are ugly as sin, or just wear black sneakers. Instead of getting some nice tailored wool pants they get those cringe slim-fit tech fabric trousers and throw on and untucked polo since I guess tucking in your shirt “is for old people”. It’s honestly much much easier to dress in a grown-up, adult manner and look good you just have to commit to the look. Plus I think a lot of 30-40 yr millennials are just NPC and don’t want to stand out around their coworkers/friends.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Couldn’t say it better myself

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >cringe slim-fit tech fabric trousers
        Those are based though. There is literally no reason not to wear pants in elastic, water-resistant materials in 2022.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Oh?

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Unironically looks better than OP, just remove the jacket, hat, gloves and shades and he’d absolutely mog both basedlennials in OP.

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Pants too tight
    >faggy tech fabric that do not drape properly

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Why does the fabric wrinkle up at the kneecaps
    When you sit down, the fabric stretches' over the knees, cheap fabrics are not resilient and will not return to original shape. You get the dreaded "knee pouches" as demonstrated by the douchebag on the left in OPs photo. Strechy synthetic fabrics have the give to avoid that. Natural fabrics, not so much.
    As a young man, when I purchased my 1st bespoke suit (yes, I am old fag) I was instructed to pinch the crease in the slacks as I sat down to draw up enough slack to prevent the stretching from occurring. With practice, it's virtually unnoticeable.
    You will notice that even the durable denim of the blue jeans is affected by this, but not as much as the cheap, skinny fit trash fast fashion of the guy on the left.
    Lesson of the day: buy quality and learn to care for your clothing.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >having to daintily pinch and tug your pants every time you sit like a god damned woman smoothing down her skirt

      lol
      lmao

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous
  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    That's how it naturally drapes over your knee joint, you have your front hip muscles stretching it out to the front and no muscles on the front of your shin bones, just the calf muscles in the back of the leg. What you can do is make sure your pant legs are the right length, and try a roomier cut, straight cut or even bootcut for jeans.

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    A) Get wider fitting trousers
    B) Avoid slim/skinny trousers/jeans that are 100% cotton. Look for a 98%cotton, 2% elastane mixture

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