46 thoughts on “Why don't normies care about fashion?

  1. Anonymous says:

    >look up suit inspo on youtube
    >its 11 minutes of a guy talking and sponsor ads
    >30 seconds of cuts to actual outfits
    why indeed.

    • Anonymous says:

      Based. But so are other hobbies. Everything is cope and a means to procrastination.

      90% of normies don’t care about 90% of things in general. Fashion, cooking, cars, technology, crafts, collecting, you name it, they don’t care about it. Think about all the hobbies you think are dumb and they think that about your hobbies too.

      Almost every normie guy cares about that shit. I’ll never understand what’s so interesting about a hecking "wroom-wroom ooga booga good shape" car.


      Why don’t normies care about fashion?

      As someone who got into fashion not so long ago, I remember myself seeing all those runways with weird as heck avant clothes and despising this shit. But then I started caring more about my own aesthetics, found those people whose styles I like, brands that fit a certain style, learned more about textures, proportions, colours and silhouettes, and started to appreciate even some of the avant fits. TL;DR: normies don’t think clothing is any important. They do, however, appreciate unusual flattering fits.

      • Anonymous says:

        Im an automotive engineer and Ive been working on performance aerodynamics for 17 years
        why don’t you appreciate the engineering that goes into cars? why do you go ooga booga over some vividly colored strips of cloth that protect you from the elements no better than a piece if cloth at one-tenth the price?
        do you see now how silly and autistic you sound? everyone has a niche and fashion isn’t it for most people.

        • Anonymous says:

          Engineering is a totally different thing, normies don’t care about all the nerd stuff, they just like the wroom-wroom. hecking monkeys. Clothes require at least some theory understanding to appreciate, while car enjoyers drool over pretty simple aerodynamic shapes and, mostly, luxury. It’s like those people in fashion who masturbate to brands and trends.

          gay alert
          also normies do not care about cars considering the most sold cars arent cars but trucks and suvs

          normies dont give a SHIT about cars lol

          Are you from the US? Can’t say for you, but in the rest of the world, especially in slav shitholes, most normies care about cars.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Its confusing, intimidating, expensive, time consuming, and can be really really stupid. Its also really gay (see stupid) and when the average normie googles fashion, the first thing that will come up is like some very cartoonishly gay black zoomer wearing the most stupid outfit imaginable and it just creates a feeling of "oh heck this shit" and they got back to just buying generic stuff from old navy because clothes is just a utilitarian need for them.

    • Anonymous says:

      the heart of the normie is one that does not care about anything naturally. to care to them is an emotion they are not capable of.

      also this

  3. Anonymous says:

    90% of normies don’t care about 90% of things in general. Fashion, cooking, cars, technology, crafts, collecting, you name it, they don’t care about it. Think about all the hobbies you think are dumb and they think that about your hobbies too.

  4. Anonymous says:

    >Why don’t most people do X hobby?
    I feel like there aren’t too many hobbies that the majority of people all partake in.

  5. Anonymous says:

    They do, but
    >a. they understand their options to consist of the wares of target/walmart/local strip mall and nothing else
    >b. their only role models are rappers/actors/social media influencers
    >c. they have been trained to think of fashion in terms of brands and stores rather than in terms of material, fit, and aesthetic
    >d. understanding the role of any given garment involves an understanding of its history, which requires a more general understanding of history. Normies exist forever in the Eternal Present.

  6. Anonymous says:

    as a fashion normie who occasionally comes by this board to look at pretty pictures:
    >it’s too expensive (i’m lower middle-class)
    >it makes me feel shallow and self-absorbed
    >i see clothing as mostly utilitarian with a few exceptions

  7. Anonymous says:

    Because when you’ve been around for a few decades you learn how arbitrary and impermanent the so called rules of fashion are when they change in no time. And it becomes very obvious that the whole thing is just a form of planned obsolescence meant to push consumerism, and any talk of aesthetics or style is just a marketing cover for that. A person can be seen as fashionable or not depending on nothing more than the passage of time. For example, I’ve had a beard since 2008. It was unfashionable then, then suddenly it became fashionable in the 10’s, now its unfashionable again, and all I’ve done is let time pass. And between all three of these eras, there was no detectable difference in my real life over how it has changed anything or people’s interaction with me.

    • Anonymous says:

      "Fashionable" to me is not about following trends, it’s about having the style that represents who you are. I don’t care what normie trendhoppers think, they don’t know shit about fits anyway.

  8. Anonymous says:

    normies spend all their money on stuff like lattes, streaming subscriptions and daycare amongst a million other things they are tricked into buying.
    They then like to pretend they are above wasting money on something like clothing.
    >spend X on a shirt? hell no I can get one at chink mart for 3 cents. huh Im so smart

  9. Anonymous says:

    overly obsessing over fashion is effeminate

    that’s why this industry is full of gays and degenerates

    men should dress for function

    • Anonymous says:

      Goy, please. Just look at how men used to dressed in the renaissance or industrial age times. If you dress like shit, it’s a you problem.

    • Anonymous says:

      men are as effeminate as they have ever been and fashion has been as at it’s worst its ever been so that correlation doesn’t really add up but I will agree the modern fashion industry is run by gays with no taste.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Because normies have always been like this for all of history.
    They don’t give a shit about clothing, reading, history, etc anything

    It goes without saying that not having to work gives one the free time to pursue the arts and education.
    But the lower classes don’t work THAT hard, they’ve got time to spare, they’ve always had time to spare.
    But they spend their free time drinking and partying, they do this today, they’ve done this a thousand years ago.

    Today anyone can dress in absolutely any style they like, quickly and affordably. It doesn’t take much time to be educated in good taste, it’s just a matter of interest.
    A thousand years ago they were content wearing sack cloth, today they are content wearing tshirts and cargo shorts.

    • Anonymous says:

      For much of history, people were illiterate. The upper classes were well read and learned to read just the same as modern people are able to read.
      Our modern age shows us that learning to read is really not all that difficult, a stack of books no bigger than a few inches is all that is needed to teach someone how to read.

      Someone spending an hour a day scratching words onto a piece of wood or stone, within a year would have created the resources necessary to teach their entire village how to read for generations. But this never happened, because they simply don’t care.

      • Anonymous says:

        There was a short period of time when, the common man suddenly felt dignified, enlightened.
        He started appreciating poetry, speaking, history, etc. It became trendy to be polite and well read.
        And this reflected in their clothing, they began dressing like the nobles, polishing their shoes, starching their shirts. Even if a man were poor and on the streets, he would still make an effort to appear presentable.

        But that fad has passed, and now man returns to his usual primitivism, content with whatever modern equivelant of sackcloth is presented to him at the lowest price.

        • Anonymous says:

          I feel bad for you that you think that ur pic related was the height of what you were talking about. Go peep at the 1300s. Those suits are all made of wool, but we used to wear clothes of silk and gold. Don’t worry about the bankers that took over during the renaissance, the shift in fashion was definitely just a fad made by the people and for the people L O L. Just look at the books for goodness sake, costs more than your student loans by a lot

          • Anonymous says:

            Reading comprehension.

            The rich have always been obsessed with luxury, but luxury has nothing todo with taste.
            If you had the money you could wear a suit of armour made of gold covered with gemstones and it would be the most horrendous thing ever to disgrace the human race.

            The suits of the 19th and 20th century are a height for the common people, not the rich. It is one of the few times in history where the average joe actually paid attention to their appearance in a way that is respectable.
            These days the average joe wears tshirts and cargo shorts, if you give him more money he will at best not change his clothing at all, and at worst will buy a golden suit of armour.

          • Anonymous says:

            The suit was dignified, elegant.
            It wasn’t about the cost or quality, it was about the mindset.
            Rather than going around with shaggy hair, in frayed fabric loosely draped over your naked body like some sort of caveman,

            They wore shoes that they kept cleaned and polished despite dirtying them up everyday with work.
            They wore white shirts which required constant cleaning and pressing.
            They wore trousers that required strong pressing to maintain the entirely useless crease going down them.
            They kept their hair clean and well combed, and would never be seen with any facial hair.
            They stood upright and spoke with manners.

            The common man during the 19th and 20th century has never been more dignified and more deserving of inheriting this earth and its creations than any other time in history past or present

  11. Anonymous says:

    Normies in the dating pool and career search pool or in a very agressive corporate career still care. Everyone else finds what they’re looking for or what’s good enough for them settles down and into a style and stops caring. Couple that general behavior with inflation economy gutting of the middle class lack of disposable income to throw at fashion and there you go.

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