65 thoughts on “Zoomers in their early/mid 20s are dressing much nicer than millennials when they were that age.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Dressing as if you’re a stupid little boy wearing his dad’s clothes isn’t what you call "dressing nice". There’s wearing loose fitting comfortable clothes, and then there’s the baggy gayry of zoomers which looks more like they’re swimming in their clothes. Even if your clothes aren’t form fitting, they should at least drape well and adhere to your body’s contours. It shouldn’t look as if you’re wearing some much bigger guy’s clothes.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Left is "I spent time thinking about what suit me best and look for specific things", right is "I walked into a store and bought what’s on display" (and it looks better)

    • Anonymous says:

      >looks better

      Lmao the state of this stupid board

      The left obviously wanted a preppy look, and without knowing any of the fundamentals he just threw together a hodgepodged fit of off the rack GAP shit
      >oxford shirt, check
      >khaki pants, check (should be run of the mill pleated trousers but 5 pocket is all he knows)
      >navy blazer, check (random blazer just because it was navy)
      >star spangled suspenders for a sophisticated but quirky look
      >milsurp bag, docs (with pants tucked), exposed sleeves and unbuttoned collar (with the entire shirt being buttoned) add casual flare
      >glasses are frames he had since gradeschool because he thought he looked cool
      I feel bad for shitting on the poor kid but its all wrong, its the fashion equivalent of an A for effort

  3. Anonymous says:

    The 2 examples look exactly the same in my opinion. It’s 2 people that both look like dorks. No difference really.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Twenty years ago, the people that are making fun of how we look now; unironically wore these kinds of clothes back then?

    • Anonymous says:

      you missed the part where this style was only popular with ghetto/poor kids and a few subcultures like ravers. which in pre internet times meant you actually attended raves.
      for most of us we had 1 or 2 kids at school who dressed like that max and they usually sat at the nerd table.

      • Anonymous says:

        Yep. Those stupid baggy jeans were never mainstream the way they are with zoomers today. Most regular people (including children) wore straight or relaxed fit jeans back in the 90’s and early 2000’s.

  5. Anonymous says:

    left would look a lot better if the boots weren’t cheap docs and the shirt wasn’t obviously cheap bullshit (look at the collar he’s not using the button down buttons because his cheap shirt has a bad collar roll)

  6. Anonymous says:

    Left looks kind of pained and awkward, not just his body and his expression, but the way the bag is almost dragging him down, how poorly the pants go with the boots, and the hecking suspenders. That look on his face is the look of someone who knows his fit is poor, but has also "worked" enough at it that he can’t imagine pulling off a better fit.
    Honestly, the fit would be kind of mediocre if he didn’t have those boots in there. But now it looks like he’s trying, and it makes the fit terrible.

    • Anonymous says:

      best post itt. having no confidence in how you look can kill even a good fit, and it’s worse for this guy since his fit is bad
      the zoomers fit is also bad but at least he wears it with confidence which makes it better than left

  7. Anonymous says:

    nothing about the left looks good, the more you look at it the worse it gets

    nothing makes sense

    the right might look stupid too but at least it’s coherent

  8. Anonymous says:

    Millenials weren’t able to find their little online niche communities and looks. They were still highly subject to mass-appeal trends.

  9. Anonymous says:

    One is sticking to traditional japanese wear, the other is trying to be a character in the revenge of the nerds

  10. Schizoidberg says:

    Millennial stupid wearing clothes too small for them vs. zoomer stupid wearing clothes too big for them.

    Which one consumed more semen?

    • Anonymous says:

      You did, for not recognizing one of the most iconic pictures on /fashion/. Leave this place, election tourist

  11. Anonymous says:

    >zoomers kids waering stupid oversized jeans their grandparents used to wear with big chunky sneakers designed for autistic kids and a big puffy jacket (all black of course wouldn’t want to stand out from the other stupid zoomer kids)
    >this stupid thinks that’s dressing nice
    And you know why you zoomers dress so bad? Because you’re shorter, fatter and uglier thanks to all the race mixing going on.

  12. Anonymous says:

    >looks like he’s still 13 years old
    >weighs 30 lbs
    >dressed like a 60 year old hipster
    >carries himself with weakness, turning off the viewer
    >clip on suspenders with stars on them
    >enormous purse
    lmao, i don’t even need to describe the right pic, knowing how god hecking awful the nigga on the left looks the right wins by default. left pic is so bad it’s basically a forfeit

  13. Anonymous says:

    left looks like a lesbian and right’s clothes are too big. we need to go back to the times when every man just wore a suit

  14. Anonymous says:

    Actual answer, later millennial trends were primarily top-down designer driven. Picrel (left) is mostly a pastiche of Dior Homme 2002. The style he’s aping looked elite on the wealthy models it was created for but highlights any and all flaws including ugliness and poverty in low test goofies.

    Designer collections don’t have anywhere near the same cachet with zoomers as they did with millennials. Modern trends are primarily bottom-up social media driven which tends toward the average rather than due to the sheer number of influencers compared to individual designers. Zoomer fashion is therefore considerably easier to wear and style for average people where millennial fashion was aspirational and unforgiving.

  15. Anonymous says:

    i would laugh at both of them
    it’s just that right one is in a world where they would get some likes on IG from the same losers creating an echo chamber

  16. Anonymous says:

    this baggie, oversize craze is popular for teenagers and fatties
    the huge shift towards slimmer silhouettes is coming

  17. Anonymous says:

    left is too skinny as its hugging his not so great body

    remember kids its all about body and face
    if your body is shit looking and youre lazy to lift look for specific cuts of clothes that best fit you
    it takes time but its worth it

  18. Anonymous says:

    >Is it that tiktok has a positive influence on fashion?

    all tiktok has done for fashion is make women dress like pastel prostitutes and men dress like homosexual kpop gays

  19. Anonymous says:

    Some are. Some aren’t.
    But I’d say over all they’re putting more effort in, even if it doesn’t always pay off.
    Probably because of Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok. If you’re constantly posting yourself online, you’re gonna be more conscious about what you wear.

  20. Anonymous says:

    It’s not the TikTokers themselves but more so how mass production leverages TikTok to target niche audiences. The outdated model from 10 years ago, popularized by H&Meme and Zara, was to focus group runway trends (FoG, SLP, Yeezy, Rick, etc), inject some blandness into them so they’d appeal to the lowest common denominator, then make 100,000 cheap imitations of looks that were already stale by the time they hit the shelves. Now those manufacturers can find a fashion influencer, whip up 1000 pairs of pants that look exactly like something he’d wear, and sell every pair in minutes with an endorsement code in his bio. The box stores are catching up too, they carry less inventory now and rotate it more frequently to stay on top of whatever is going on with social media. Millennials could shop at H&Meme and look like gays, buy the real pieces and look like gays, or go full mfa and look like gays. Not only has it never been easier to find good cloths, but cultural hegemony has broken down so completely that even wearing good cloths is easier, to dress like a gay you’d have to purposefully set out to do so. Zoomers aren’t looking to their peers for how to dress, they’re looking online, which because of how algorithms work, is ultimately like looking into a mirror. Zoomer fashion is a leading indicator of the the breakdown of social structures that’s happening on every level, and where it all leads I have no idea

  21. Anonymous says:

    When you realize twelve inches of moroncock are sliding in and out of your ass, that is chaos… *that* is the belly of the beast!

  22. Anonymous says:

    Drove by a zoomer today wearing the Drive jacket. Couldn’t take a picture because there’s a camera in my work truck.

    • Anonymous says:

      Millennials get zoomer cunnies and zoomers get millennials mommies. Everyone lives happily ever after.

      • Anonymous says:

        precisely. Millenials and zoomers must teach each other and resdistribute the "wealth" amongt themselves. I refuse to become like gen x.

  23. Anonymous says:

    Every generation does the same shit. 15-20 yrs ago the consensus was that 90s fashions were the absolute dogshit nadir in all of human history. This was universally agreed-upon for more than a decade

    As always people take a trend, whether that be skinnier or looser clothes, and take it to an extreme which ends up killing it dead

    If people just accepted the middle path, fashion would not be as cyclical

    • Anonymous says:

      90’s fashion looks like dogshit even today. Zoomers are mostly following Korean and Japanese fashion (which is more subtle and leans towards the "old money" style), with the oversized trend of 90’s American fashion mixed in. 90’s fashion by itself is still dogshit.

  24. Anonymous says:

    I honestly don’t see a problem with the right, unless you have a huge hateboner for loose fitting clothes. It’s a comfy casual getup.

    • Anonymous says:

      on a different guy’s frame i agree with you.
      on his frame its hecking terrible. how to make yourself look like you have little boy proportions 101.

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