Why don't americans adjust their clothes? Don't they have tailors?

Why don’t americans adjust their clothes? Don’t they have tailors?

See how Steve Ballmer, former CEO of one of the greatest companies in the world, dress loose clothes.

19 thoughts on “Why don't americans adjust their clothes? Don't they have tailors?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Literally the only places in the world where tailoring is still common are poorgay countries with $1/hour wages.
    Nobody in Europe gets their clothing tailored either. Maybe some trad sperg here and there but that’s about it.

      • Anonymous says:

        amerimutt here

        because a typical shirt from available stores is made from plastic and thus is priced so low that to tailor it is the price of the shirt itself.

        Most people I have met that make around 100k a year choose to spend it on things other than clothing priced in a bracket that an adjustment is worth it. Most people prioritize shit other than clothing if they arent using it to peacock to find a partner. Most healthy people arent shopping for partners for most of their life so I think priorities change.

        I dont know how super rich people think about clothing if at all, seems like something to pay a stylist for. I think its mainly fashion hobbyists

  2. Anonymous says:

    Only speaking for myself, but I dress only a degree more formally than those around me, because this offsets my uncoventional fits, which stylistically are on another planet. It’s one trick of many I use to tone down my otherwise weird fits. I want to wear what I like, but I also want to seem approachable and so a balance must be struck.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Fashion is about more than just looking fancy all the time. Sometimes you want to look like a slob, such as if you’re the ceo of one of the most powerful companies on the planet, it makes you seem normal. Plus it’s funny.

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