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No. 326451

Let's continue the fashion discussion here since the new thread will close soon! Here's to another good thread, nonnas.

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Pic: Womenswear designer Louise Clark.

No. 326452

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I recently fell in love with the threadpic designer and wanted to share her with all of you to highlight some women designers. This (and picrel) comes from Louise Clark's "Abstract Romanticism" collection. She is a UK-based designer who I sincerely hope gets the recognition she deserves! I think she's working for ASOS now, but in the future I hope she gets to make more collections. I love her feminine and modern silhouettes.

No. 326686

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Is there a name for this type of bag? I like purses with short top handles, crossbody straps, and most importantly: top zop opening into abyss which holds a lot more than you'd think.

No. 326703

>>326686
I have one just like the bottom bag, it was called a satchel. I'm not sure that would refine searches enough though.

No. 326720

>>326686
I'd say a Boston bag is your best bet, that's what those look closest to to me. Most are pretty bulky though, so I hope you find one to your taste.

No. 326834

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What would you call the dress/style of dress Else is wearing in this photo? I would like to find an image of the actual historical equivalent (not aliexpress).

No. 326975

>>326834
Well it's not really a historical style. That's a bustier/corset/stays/jumps/whatever over a regular dress

No. 327117

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What would you pair this skirt with?

No. 327123

>>327117
A trash bin

No. 327197

>>327117
A long sleeve white shirt. Not a t-shirt.

No. 327218

>>327117
I'd ship it back to china

No. 327223

>>327117
Please don't wear this outside. This looks like the kind of shit only streetwalkers would wear. Anons really have autistic tastes, how can you guys look at a super cheap looking lacey skirt and buy it without even thinking of how/when you're gonna wear it?

No. 327229

>>327117
The lace + denim combo makes it look like some shabby chic DIY abomination I'd have made in 2013, but you know what? If you're going for that old school gyaru look, it might just work. I used to see so many similar skirts in Popteen back in the day.

No. 327230

>>327117
Probably a black sweater

No. 327239

>>327117
I owned a skirt like this back in the y2k era as a 11 yr old, kek. Is it making a comeback?
If you do wear it, i would get textured tights, boots, and a longer sleeved top. But, really, its not that great of a option for women of age. Preteen fashion on adults is usually cringe.

No. 327242

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>>327117
Something casual and in the same theme

No. 327248

>>327239
>adults of age
Kek anon, how old do you think she is? 95 years old? Let her dress however she wants.

No. 327332

>>327248
I meant the age to post here, 18 or up. An outfit like that is very middle school.

No. 327335

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What everyday shoes do nonnas wear? I have heels for dressy occasions and sneakers for everyday but somedays I want something in between that's still comfortable to walk in. I find most heel-sandals pretty hard to walk long distances in, are there any that are pretty comfortable? Do I just find some fancy sandals?Picrel is an idea of outfits I wear in the summer

No. 327402

>>327248
Nta but that skirt looks like a piece of clothing a middle schooler who can't dress herself would pick. If you're a literal woman, wearing that type of shit makes you look trashy and weird. Same as a 18+ yo dude wearing an anime shirt, it's cringy on a child but it's even worse on an adult.
>>327242
Second one is actually cute, anon should go for something like that.

No. 327403

>>327117
Jelly sandals and a gingham top. And a naked barbie with marker scribbles all over it and it's ears chewed off. And three bandaids on the knee.

No. 327411

>>327335
Some kind of mary janes? Ballet flats(I personally hate them but whatever)? Clogs/mules?

No. 327419

>>327403
kind of a look tbh… where's retardcore-chan

No. 327420

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>>326703
I have the bottom bag too! Fossil Sydney Satchel, right? I LOVE mine in hunter green from a few years ago but I recently bought one in black and the quality is literally half or less of the green one. What gives? Is the black one maybe an outlet version or something? This is what prompted me to ask about the name of this type of bag- I was looking for a better alternative to the Sydney & "satchel" was conjuring a lot of structured school/work-type satchels (which are super cute but I love slouchy leather). I also really wish the black and the hunter green Sydney came with silver-toned hardware but alas… What color do you have it in nonna? Side note I love how far down the zipper goes on the sides, it's so easy to find stuff in the abyss because it opens SO wide.

>>326720
>Boston bag
THANK YOU! I just purchased exactly what I was looking for using this term. You rock!! Picrel is the bag (not my pic). The brand is HESHE on Amazon.

No. 327422

>>327420
Samefag I will be removing the tassel asap

No. 327583

Zillenial here, born in 1998. My clothes feel outdated, and I’m really loving the casual “zoomer style”, especially the more relaxed office looks. I feel lost. While I love the new fashion trends, I have no idea what staples to buy or how to style the new shit. I’m used to wearing dresses with tights, loafers and blazers, but I’m looking for sneakers, dresses, pants etc. that don’t feel outdated, and trying to figure out how to style crop tops correctly

Can someone help me? What staple Gen z pieces should I buy, and how should I style them?

No. 327663

>>327583
i'd prefer to dress like you do now than a fashion victim meme aesthetic zoomer to be honest
t. a 2002 zoomer

No. 327672

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I haven"t bought clothes in years and i want to achieve a cute, artsty and unique style. I'm thinking of buying this dress.
Honest but kind opinions please

No. 327678

>>327672
Love the quilted texture on the dress. But is that neck piece attached?

No. 327683

>>327672
I think this could be really cute but it's so hard to say without knowing what you look like (do not post pics). Need to know your vibe ~essence~ imo

No. 327695

>>327672
personally I hate it but if you have art teacher energy you should be able to pull it off

No. 327698

>>327672
I think it would look really cute if you dressed it up in a 60's mod kind of way. I think you should definitely wear some opaque tights with it, orange would be really cute.

No. 327700

>>327335
I pretty much wear nothing but lace up boots. Ankle boots, boots that come up to the knee, and everything in between. I have boots with flat soles for subdued looks and walking long distances, boots with elegant heels for classy outfits, boots with chunky platforms for more alternative looks. They're so comfortable and I love how they look, I'd have no idea what to wear on my feet if it weren't for boots. During summertime it can get a bit hot and may look off with summery outfits but honestly I just power through it anyway because I hate sandals.

No. 327701

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>>326451
i recently got a dress similar to picrel but nicer at a thrift store and its too tight on my chest and i cant button the last 3 buttons, is it retarded to wear something under it or should i just redonate it? its from an expensive italian brand too so i'd be sad giving it away but what's the point if i can't even wear it kek.

No. 327702

>>327701
samefag but could a minimizer bra help with this? never worn one before but just losing 1 cup size would make it fit.

No. 327708

>>327672
I love weird clothes, everyone dressing the same is so boring. this is cute

No. 327712

>>327701
A white tank top would look fine underneath.

No. 327715

>>327672
by the file name nothing we said is gonna swerve you to think otherwise but you'll end up looking a lá people of walmart. No amount of styling will save the overall poor quality of this dress.

No. 327720

>>327701
It looks stupid imo, sell it and get one that fits. You could try not wearing a bra with it or wearing a bralette because then your boobs will get more smooshed and flat.

No. 327721

>>327672
It looks like a bedsheet.

No. 327725

>>327672
it's cute but speaking from experience you'll have to have a very specific body shape to pull it off

No. 327736

>>327672
This only looks cute on petite and/or very thin girls, on everyone else it looks off. I don't think it's cute though. It would've been okay without the bib.

>>327701
If it's obvious you're keeping it unbuttoned because it's too tight you should give it away, otherwise a white tank top is fine.

No. 327761

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I got this shawl secondhand, it's so pretty but I don't know what colors to wear with it aside from black/white. Any suggestions?

No. 327765

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>>327761
Deep green, gold, cream! That's beautiful nonna

Does anyone recognize exactly what Charlotte is wearing on her head in this pic? It looks too soft and stretchy to be a cotton bandana. I need stuff to cover my hair on lazy days besides basic bandanas. I wish I could pull off a head wrap but it looks stupid on me no matter what I try. I cringe thinking about the time I wore one outside my house a while ago.

No. 327770

>>327335
Sling back flats, beaded mules, dupe valentino rockstar flats

No. 327774

>>327770
>dupe
nasty

No. 327820

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Hey nonas, I got this QUIZ dress for a wedding about a month back, and I was thinking of wearing it to my graduation in July. Do you think it's too dressy?

I have some black kitten heels and a kind of flowy black wrap thing to wear with it but idk.

No. 327842

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Would layering a long sleeve tee or thin knit look stupid underneath this dress?

No. 327844

>>327820
Congrats on your graduation nonna! Imo there’s no such thing as too dressed up for graduation but even if that’s not the case, that dress looks perfect for a daytime grad.

No. 327863

Nonitas, where do you buy your everyday staples and essentials? I just want to buy some basic shirts that aren't see through, I prefer a more boxy fit but at this point I'll take anything.

No. 327871

>>327863
Same here, I want some nice t shirts and maybe a couple skirts that aren't sweatshop-thin and falling apart. No polyester. Strangely impossible to find unless you pay a fortune.

No. 327875

>>327871
AYRT, this is the exact issue I'm having. I'm a britbong and the high street options here are just SHEIN quality with shitty fabrics. That or their shirts are all cropped and covered in autistic graphics. I just want a basic breathable wardrobe for the summer, I swear shopping wasn't this inconvenient five years ago.

No. 327878

>>327875
COS? Uniqlo? Tbh Zara basics work fine for me

No. 327883

>>327863
most of my shirts are cotton ones from Only but I'm not 100% sure if they have plain ones

No. 327901

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>>327883
Checked out Only and the clothes look so nice, I can't believe I haven't heard of them before! The only thing I'm worried about is their reviews look quite mixed, especially in the UK (where I am) for returns and orders not arriving. Have you tried their pants or just shirts? I like picrel but I'm extra cautious buying pants online, especially considering the reviews.

>>327878
COS looks really great! Their T-shirts are the exact fit and colours I'm looking for as well, if a bit pricey but they look good quality. Reviews on customer service look mixed but reviews on the clothes say they're good, plus there's a physical store not far from me! I'll go next time I get paid.
I've bought from Uniqlo before and still love what I have but I've heard that they've gone down in quality recently, when did you buy from them nona?
Thank you all for your recommendations! If I buy from any I'll check back in with a review.

No. 327930

>>327842
I feel like if any dress can be layered with a thin long sleeve (or short sleeve) shirt, it would be this type of dress.

No. 327954

>>327842
no that's cute i like it

No. 327960

>>327930
>>327954
I just don't want to give art mom vibes

No. 327991

>>327960
then don't wear a denim dress

No. 327999

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>>327117
if you’re a zoomer, lean into the girly y2k stuff. wear a trashy crop top w some corny/ironic text or imagery. maybe trucker hat too. bonus points if it’s camo

No. 328002

>>327960
What vibe do you want to give off? Maybe we can figure this out together nonna

No. 328340

>>327335
>>327335
Neutral GGs, or the dolce vita dolen sneaker would be cute for every day. The metallic fp flipflops or similar sandals from princess polly/ ect with a bit of a wedge in a neutral color go with most things. Personally not a big fan of nicer sandals that are very flat because they provide 0 support when you're walking.

No. 328341

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Want this set SO bad but feel like I would never wear it

No. 328346

>>328341
Where did you find this?

No. 328474

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I need some help finding websites that ship in the US that sell clothes that will fit a busty woman, I have a figure similar to picrel and I am constantly wearing baggy trashbags cause I can't find anything that is cute but fits a large bust without being baggy everywhere else. I do like the tradthot flower dresses that are in fashion currently, pls no bully. I want to look cute for once this summer instead of wearing XXL sweaters and baggy t-shirts all day.

No. 328475

>>328474
forgot to bump, also forgot to add that preferably I would not have that buttons-about-to-pop look that she's got going on, so looking for clothes tailored for bigger bust and not clothes you can stretch to their limit technically

No. 328478

>>328474
Her boobs are edited so hilariously

No. 328479

>>327223
Well, some of us are very tall and skinny so anything looks good on us. We don't really need to think about things like that because our beautiful features make everything appear classy. I would recommend anon to combine this piece with a graphic sleeveless shirt!

No. 328480

>>328474
sorry that I can give you a concrete answer but maybe try wearing a sportsbra underneath? I'm kinda busty for my body type and my boobs looks smaller when I wear a sportsbra

No. 328481

>>328480
I feel like it's bullshit I should try to compress my boobs uncomfortably just to fit into clothes better. I just want clothes that are tailored for a bigger bust.

No. 328483

>>328474
You could try just finding vintage dresses or shopping from those clothing stores who still make 1950s style clothing. My boobs are decently large but aren’t huge, but I have a pretty dramatic waist to hip ratio, and I find that most mainstream brand clothing is tight on my hips but loose around my waist and stomach, and that most coats and dresses are designed to be straight up and down which is very unflattering on me. I need clothing that nips in at the waist but has enough space for my hips, and it’s very hard to find fashion like that nowadays unless you look for specific stores. Even ‘curvy’ stores aren’t really for curvy women, just for plus size women, and they often feature a lot of the same unflattering straight up and down cuts. It’s definitely a struggle to find well fitting fashion if you have an hourglass or busty build.

No. 328484

>>328483
Yeah it's kind of bullshit since supposedly this is a desirable figure to have, but the gay men who make fashion don't give a shit about that. Maybe I just have to learn how to sew my own clothes…

No. 328510

>>328484
Fashion isn't made for whatever's the desireable figure, almost everything is made based on confection sizes created decades ago which hasn't been updated to fatter 21st century bodies nor does it take various body types /variation into account. That's part of why store bought fashion looks bad.

No. 328521

is 47€ too much for a dress? I found a cute dress in a vintage clothing store that usually sells high quality items. But this dress didn't have a tag that said it's brand or what material it was made off so I don't know what they based the price on. It's most likely handmade. I got it since it was cute and looked good on me and I usually struggle with finding summer dresses that suits my body. Its not going to ruin my budget but I have never spend so much on a dress so I feel guilty for buying it

No. 328527

>>328481
Tailor your clothes. Buy a bigger size and just have some darts added where needed. If you're not in a huge city it shouldn't be too expensive.

No. 328528

>>328484
It's not some kind of gay conspiracy, most women just don't have an extreme body shape. Straight up and down cuts are easier to produce and sell, and they fit most of the population. That's why they're the most common.

No. 328530

>>328474
copied from reddit: PerfectDD, ASOS, Guess, & Other Stories, Monki, Theory, Ted Baker, Farm Rio, Zimmermann, Everlane, Banana Republic, Abercrombie & Fitch, Samsoe Samsoe, Vixen by michelinepitt, Calvin Klein

No. 328537

>>328521
I think 47 euro for a complete outfit basically is fine.

No. 328540

>>328521
I had to do a conversion to Burgcoin and $50 for a handmade dress is a steal nonna. Of course, it depends on your particular financial situation since everything is relative after all, but assuming you make an average amount of money, I think the price is good. Even if it's not handmade, 47€ is a good price for a dress, aka a whole outfit basically, like other nonna said. Don't feel guilty. Walking into a vintage clothing store on a whim and finding a piece that ~speaks to me~ is such a treasured experience for me. I wish we could see it! Can you describe it? I'm so curious now after typing this out lol

No. 328543

>>327420
Came back to say I returned this. For context, my most used bags are a Fossil leather bag, a canvas messenger bag, and a nylon Kate Spade bag. The quality of this purse was decent but it was too big for my small frame, and I noticed in one of the reviews, someone posted that the black top layer of the leather wore off after a year. What the fuck. So I went to Etsy where I can get a beautiful custom leather bag for under $180, I feel like I discovered a lifehack.

>>327765
Also this was me and I went to Etsy for this also and bought a gorgeous hand-dyed cotton bandana with these colors to recreate this look.
No one asked but here I am kek

No. 328546

Would a black bodycon dress be ok for a job interview? The skirt part goes down to my knees and my chest is covered. Would that be appropriate?

Also, is black opaque tights ok to go with that? I feel like it's not looked on favourably to have bare legs to an interview

No. 328550

>>328543
99% of Etsy is Chinese dropshipping. Even the custom stuff. Be vary of what you buy.

No. 328563

>>328528
>extreme
lel

No. 328571

>>327960
You should embrace the art mom energy nonnie. Or not own a denim dress.

No. 328572

>>328546
I'd avoid bodycon for office situations. There's a difference between fitted and bodycon, you shouldn't wear anything that hugs your shape as closely as bodycon does in an office imo. No one's ever went wrong w a pantsuit.

No. 328583

>>328572
It's not office. Sorry, I should have clarified, I'm interviewing for a chef position

No. 328637

>>328474
>>328480
>>328481
I used to have this kind of body shape until I got a breast reduction. Honestly a sports bra can only do so much minimizing, and it will be uncomfortable in hot weather and give you the uniboob look. I second buying a large size and tailoring if that's an option for you, nona.

No. 328668

>>328550
Sorry if this is dumb, but what's wrong with something that is drop-shipped, yet custom-made? Thank you for the heads up nonna. This is the shop I was looking at ordering from: etsy.com/shop/leatherbykate

No. 328671

>>328637
I don’t want a reduction

No. 328695

>>328671
Anon didn't suggest a reduction.

No. 328723

>>328668
It's still chinese aliexpres shit

No. 328724

>>328571
I feel like I'm talking to millenials, long denim dresses and skirts have been all over runways recently.

No. 328745

>>328530
ASOS' quality is extremely hit or miss, I like their variety in sizing and their shipping is reliable but they're super inconsistent with the actual clothes. I personally wouldn't recommend them for more than one or two items.

No. 328747

>>328481
A lot of clothes are too tight in the chest area and too loose in the waist area for the average woman, you can get a larger clothing and tailor it like everyone else. The woman in your video also got her dress tailored I think, it fits really good because of that.

No. 328750

>>328724
Not everyone watches runways

No. 328755

>>328724
>I feel like I'm talking to millenials,
nta but well duh this isn't tiktok, a good chunk of this userbase is millenial, the majority until recently probably.

No. 328756

>>327117
This skirt is so so so cute. Pair it with a small white, plain crop top (short sleeve) and brown cowboy boots. Cutest summer look ever!! Wear your hair in a braid or pigtails for added cuteness

No. 328757

>>327672
If you are incredibly confident and your self esteem isn't damaged easily, go for it. But be aware that you will be stared at and possibly gossiped about and laughed at by some people. In my honest opinion, this dress is giving feminine clown and not in a cute, artsy, tiktok way - more like a strange, middle aged lady trying to be unique way.

No. 328759

>>328756
this has to be bait

No. 328771

>>328759
Why? We're allowed to like different types of fashion. I think it'd be a cute look for summer.

No. 328773

What kind of shoes are seen as "sexy" or "dressed up" that don't have heels? I'm tall for a female (5'8) and unfortunately most males in my country are manlets, so I cant wear heels.

I have a black minidress that's kinda ruffled and has a little bow in the front, it's so so pretty but none of my shoes match it's sexy vibe. What shoes would I wear with it that don't have a heel? Like to an upmarket restaurant or club?

I'm 22 and a bit immature acting and looks-wise, so please don't tell me to wear pointed-toe shoes, as I really don't want to look like I'm playing dress up in my granny's clothes.

Sorry if this is dumb, I've never been good with shoes.

No. 328774

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>>328771
nta but she's going to look like this anon..

No. 328777

>>328774
So? It's cute for a hot summer day, to the beach or a casual restaurant/cafe on the coastline. When you live in Africa its normal to wear very little because it's sweltering hot.

No. 328778

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Does anyone know an alternative to Jaded London's bare all tank but just as an t-shirt? I don't like showing my armpits.

No. 328780

>>328777
the cowboy boots and hair part with everything else made it sound like a hillbilly costume to me kek. but if OP's fine with that, then go for it

No. 328791

>>328780
I think you meant "American folk costume" nonners

No. 328817

>>328773
loafers?

No. 328845

>>328773
Why do you care what men think? 5'8 isn't that tall. But anyway, ballet flats? Kitten heels? Mary Janes? There's so many good options for flat shoes in this season, you just have to look.

No. 328865

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>>328723
As in, cheaper leather pieces which will be cut and sewn to my specifications? That doesn't sound terrible tbh because the Etsy leather (bottom picrel) looks nicer than the Amazon leather (top picrel) and I will get a custom size (and engraving). However I am realizing right now that I actually have no idea how to tell if leather is shitty, unless it's obviously pleather or really thin. I purchased a leather planner cover made by a Chinese guy on Etsy that definitely isn't plastic-coated leather, it seems pretty nice and like it'll last. The handbag I'm looking at (similar to bottom picrel) looks like the same kind of leather. I'll be looking into it myself, but do you have any characteristics I should look out for in quality leather? Does the Etsy bag leather look crappy to you? Thanks in advance anyone reading this

No. 328868

>>328865
Samefag but top right pic is to show how the leather of the top bag wore away on that reviewer's bag

No. 328951

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How would one style this

No. 328964

>>328865
If it's "genuine" leather that's a red flag. Also every leather is plastic coated or processed these days. You won't find high quality minimally processed leather for cheap. Dude in vidrel has a whole channel dedicated to leather goods and how to check their quality.

No. 329004

>>328845
>5'8 isn't that tall
depends on where you live anon, for all you know she lives somewhere where 5'6 is the average for women

No. 329105

>>328778
First thing that comes to mind is paloma wool

No. 329120

>>328951
Bootcut jeans and Af1s

No. 329148

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>>328951
With some Frye bootie like picrel and some black tights probably. Leather black crossbody bag. Would probably wear hair down because a bun makes it look even more military-esque, a short hairstyle would be good too

No. 329164

>>328951
where can i get that dress anon?

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No. 329342

Any nonas know how to dress in 50s style clothing without looking costumey and tacky? I’m trying to find inspo. I keep finding cute pieces but then I think damn I would feel pretty dumb in public wearing this. And I also feel like the 50s nostalgia period already had its revival in the mid 2000s to early 2010s and it looks kind of tacky now. I tried to fight it for a long time but I’ve accepted this is pretty much the only aesthetic that really suits me. I do like the fashion and media of that period a lot and it’s my guilty pleasure, but I don’t wanna look like some corny tumblrina in cat eye glasses.

No. 329592

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what do you call those type of belts that goes over your stomach where the purpose isnt to prevent pants from sliding of but to be an accessory instead?all these years i thought they where called stomach belts but when i googled that all i get is results for training devices

No. 329595

>>329592
Kek I wore one today. I don't know what they're called either. They used to come together with the dresses. Are they considered outdated? Never seen anyone else wear them in recent years.

No. 329597

>>329595
I feel like they have become unpopular along with a-line dresses. At least where I live it looks like the only dresses available are super tight-form fitting dresses or sack dresses. I really miss a-line dresses. They looked feminine and mature without being sexy

No. 329607

>>329592
They’re just skinny belts.

No. 329609

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Leather anons itt have been very helpful already but if someone can offer specific assistance it'd be appreciated, am looking to invest in a sturdy leather jacket but I don't like 80s cuts (too unisex and boxy) so vintage is off the table unfortunately. A lot of the modern ones are lined with polyester too which seems to cheapen them and would maybe be gross/sweaty? From reading online many people recommend Allsaints, anybody have other recs? I understand good jackets can run $2,000+ but I don't want a rag that's going to flake and fall apart in a year. Picrel is the kind of silhouette I'm going for.

No. 329693

>>329592
It's called a belt and they're ugly and do nothing aesthetically

No. 329720

>>327863
When I find a shirt I really like I try to find it on thrift store websites, because brands change their styles or fabric content over the years. So there’s one button-up by Uniqlo that I’ve bought 3 times and a supima shirt they used to make that I’ve probably had 6 or 7 of.

No. 329820

>>329592
It's a normal belt. It's not trendy afaik. The belts I see being worn are usually black with a chain hanging from it. It's not considered like uncool or cringe to wear belts though. So go ahead and wear a belt with a dress if you want.

No. 329823

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If we're being brutally honest, is it okay and not cringe for a 22 yr old to buy trendy clothes? I know some trends are worn mostly by kids and teenagers, but there's some I really like, like baggy jeans, plaid skirts, and corset tops. Is that cringe for a grown adult with a job and a kid (me) to do?

No. 329856

>>329823
If we’re being real, all fashion is cringe in some way. 22 is very young, even if they’re “youthful” trends I’m sure you can pull it off. Wear whatever you want at home and on your days off. Wear work clothes at work if you’re worried about your image (if it’s the kind of job where that matters)

No. 329874

>>329823
You ARE young you idiot, these trends are aimed at you.

No. 329875

>>329874
I worry for you younger nonnies (and all younger women, yeesh). Are we now all crones after 25? Social media has fucked everyone so hard in these past 10 years.

No. 329885

>>329823
you
are
22
twenty-two

holy fuck get some common sense, please. These trends are literally aimed at your demographic. Ban me for formatting, these posts piss me off.

No. 329890

Any nonnas have any advice for quality swimwear for bigger chests? Or could I cheap out and wear a cheaper swimsuit+old sports bra?

No. 329917

>>329823
Besides what the other anons said, you are also still a zoomer, you're barely "grown" in the first place kek

No. 329930

>>329890
look at Freya, Panache, Curvy Kate. they have some cute modern ones as well as stock standard as well as more coverage.

No. 329950

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>>329930
Oh how i wish i could buy your next coffee, or plant or whatever! I love this; going to measure and order this week. Thank you sweet nonna, I’ll look so cute in this one

No. 329986

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What do you guys think of dungarees? I think they're so cute, comfy, and casual. There's so many ways to style them. Dungaree dresses are so so cute as well.

Pic is a random one I found on Google images. Not me.

No. 329997

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>>329986
Love them, I want black shorts ones for summer

No. 330001

>>329875
To be fair it is very confusing. You go from
>omg you're 23 you're still a baby!
to
>ew you're 30 lol that isn't for you, go wear a muumuu and pop out some kids you hag, tick tock
There isn't that much time in between those two ages. People (at least online) talk about under-25s like they're still in their diapers and teething, but young women over 25 already "look pretty good for their age". Make it make sense.

No. 330004

>>330001
That's true, yeah.

No. 330071

Need your input and help, as I'm very, well, out of fashion at the moment. It's summer, I'm pale, I want to stay pale and I think I need a hat to protect my face and head from the sun, besides sunscreen. What are hats you would wear while it's summer living in a bigger city? How do I know what suits my face? And I mostly would like to know every other thing you do to protect your skin from the sun, kek, I'm just not made for temperatures above 20°C or sunny days in general.

No. 330101

>>330071
Carry a uv-blocking umbrella and fuck the haters nonna. We can't afford skin cancer out here

No. 330144

>>330101
kek, was thinking about that but I hate carrying an umbrella, I won't even carry an umbrella while it's raining cats and dogs. But if you have an umbrella you would recommend, I would be happy to listen to you as I'm not fond of skin cancer and my parents did enough damage to my skin already.

No. 330558

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>>329342
late response but there's a lot of fashion from the 50s that isn't your stereotypical "pin-up reddit polyamory-core" with bold tacky patterns and hoop skirts. I tend to dress a bit more androgynously with pants that fit round the waist but are looser around the leg. Pair them with neutral blouses, sweater vests, coats, etc, I'd just stick to colours that suit you but in plain tones or less gaudy patterns.
Shoes wise you can opt for heels, flats or loafers.
If you dress a bit more feminine pencil skirts are a great option that you can pair with the same blouses. The key to looking most authentic to the decade is through choosing items of clothing that are the desired shape. If you look at shapes from that area you'll notice distinct ways the body is flattered and curved. Picrel is some examples I pulled off pinterest, both from the era and more modern looks that suit the decade.

No. 330571

Hi nonnies! Low fashion ?, I have a pretty casual street style but I realized the sporty Nike black and white sneakers I wear look really awkward unless I wear sneakers or joggers with them.

Should I just get another type of more versatile sneaker? I really dislike plain flats and boots can be a bit heavy for the easy-going looks I usually go for. Also, I wear a lot of neutrals because I'm a soft autumn if that at all matters.

No. 330590

>>330571
I just bought a pair of all black dad sneakers from asos and I think you should look into similar styles if you lean into the streetwear style.

No. 330592

>>330590
What is a dad sneaker?

No. 330600

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>>330592
These types. They're just chunky sneakers but they're so comfortable. They got the nickname because before zillennials decided they were cool only your dad would wear them. (Because they're comfy as shit if you buy the right pair)

No. 330615

>>328346
Tigermist!! I ordered a dress from them last month and it was surprisingly good both quality and fit wise

No. 330616

I was thinking of getting a rent the runway subscription in the fall when I go back to college for events, has anyone tried it? I’m also worried I’ll accidentally ruin stuff, or things won’t be in great condition

No. 330695

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How do I style this skirt for A. family gathering and B. The mall with friends? What jacket should I wear with it if I get cold?

I'm buying it at the end of the month but honestly I don't know how to style it for the 2 occasions. Fashion wise nonnas please help!

No. 330697

>>330616
Yesss Nonnies, do it! You'll look so good. Just make sure you avoid drinking wine or anything stainy when wearing your things. Definitely do it.

No. 330712

>>330695
fitted long sleeve shirt in neutral tones. cute skirt btw. Ah, I can see this looking nice with some lace grey stockings too.
i am not a fashion expert though, I was once mistaken for a homeless girl and people brought me food. But this doesn't look hard to pull off.

No. 330714

>>330695
Cute skirt, I would try it with a white/beige blouse or black top and a cropped jacket or trenchcoat (left open)

No. 330716

>>330695
If but this in a more versatile color if i could. Brown is hard to style imo.
Don't listen to >>330712 wear sheer stockings if you really have to. Weird colors of stockings usually look childish imo.

No. 330718

>>330716
>>330695
Brown can also be matched with other warm colours, for an autumn, 70's look.

No. 330728

>>330718
oh nice, that would be very 70s. i could see it going with saffron

No. 330805

>>327672
i think its super cute as long as it suits your body type and you pair it with the right things. dress how u fucking want to, nonnas itt are boring as hell

No. 330849

Nonas, I have some picking scars on my legs and got tired of wearing only pants so I was wondering wearing dresses and skirts with sheer over the knee socks would at least conceal them a bit.

No. 330850

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>>330849
sheer doesn't hide much. why risk showing the scars with over-the-knee sheers when you could get 60-80 denier tights and enjoy skirts worry-free? you can also get flesh-toned opaque tights and layer thigh highs of your choice over them (might get a little hot though).
a sheer with a pattern can work well and would be cooler in hot weather. I had picrel for a long time and something about the zig-zag hid all my body hair and any veins or scars but it was practically sheer. chevron pattern sheers are also nice.

No. 330940

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what kind of jacket would you style with this? i love this dress but i feel so exposed in it. i'm wearing it with white socks/babydoll shoes. i tried a flannel but it looked eh

No. 330941

>>330940
>white socks and babydoll shoes with cheap dress
Ew. Why do all anons itt want to be adults dressed like kids?

No. 330952

>>330940
Maybe long cardigans? Or you could layer it with a turtleneck sweater, maybe even a sheer blouse. The dress is very simple so it’s kind of easy to play around with, you can also try wearing it with denim jackets, blazers, boots, sandals, high heels, sneakers even.

No. 330956

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>>330940
I think what you want to do is wear a white tee under it, short or long sleeve doesn't matter. not my style but it would go with what you have already.
If it was me I'd be wearing an enormous shawl or cardigan (like swimming in it) and black sheer tights with booties.

No. 330958

Nonnas, I can't dress myself to save my life. I want to start dressing pretty and take care of myself a little, but, I look like shit every time I try to dress up kek. I also have short hair and glasses, which makes me look like a they/them. What do?

No. 330966

>>330940
Oooh cute. Definitely wear a moto style jacket with it and the white socks and baby doll shoes, black boots, or sneakers. It would also look cute with a long red fitted top, black see through tights, and the socks and babydoll shoes

No. 330968

>>330958
most people simply haven't met enough genderspecials to have a frame of reference for what they dress like so i wouldn't worry about it. unless you live in a super liberal city like me.

No. 330970

>>330958
Start slowly, perhaps start with just simple but dainty jewelry like earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. Also maybe grow your hair out because it's really difficult and rare to look feminine/pretty with short hair, especially since you have to wear glasses too.

You need to let your eyes adjust to your new feminine, cute style, so don't rush into it and replace your entire closet. Buy one or two things a month like a dress here, a pair of shoes there, a necklace there, etc. Also look on Pinterest for fashion/hair/accessory inspo and save your favourite pics. Tiktok has good inspo too but if you're looking more for the ultra feminine aesthetic without annoying voices and ads and lying, pinterest is your place.

Try going for soft, muted, pastel colours, and also colors like red, pink, and white. Clothes that accentuate your waist, boobs, and bum. Invest in a pushup bra too if you want to look more sexily feminine. Buy a pair of jeans and pair them with a skinny belt or a silver chain belt, any cute girly top you want, and white sneakers.

Aesthetics you can look into for good inspo would be cottagecore (a classic), old money woman, streetwear, coquette/dollette (just look past some of the weirdness bc they have some good looks), ballet core, bimbocore, soft girl, etc.

Try to avoid black sneakers because no woman has ever looked cute, dainty, or feminine in black sneakers. Avoid very baggy outfits until you have built a good closet because you might come across as even less stylish or kinda lazy. Avoid dressing in all black as well, unless it's specifically a very feminine silhouette.

I also look on Shein for ideas on what I'd actually buy and then find something similar at a local clothing store and buy it there.

Also! Get your clothes tailored! It's not expensive and it's a kind of life hack that the ultra rich do to make their clothes look like they were designed for them. It enhance your looks so much, I do it and it's so worth it.

This is just my own opinion and I hope this helps! I have gotten compliments/comments on my own femininity, cuteness, and fashion sense so I'm speaking from experience

No. 330971

>>330970
All black sneakers are super adorable and way more classy than other sneakers

No. 330972

idk why i tortured myself by reading that entire post. no hate to u anon but jesus

No. 330973

>>329986
i really want to wear one but i don’t want to purposely dehydrate myself to avoid having to pee. i imagine it’s awkward to take it off unlike with pants or dresses.

No. 330974

>>330972
If you won't hate her, I will.

No. 330975

Honestly I hate nearly everything in this thread, but anons would hate the clothes I like too so whatever. But OP pic is cute

No. 330992

>>330958
Nonnie, short hair can be very feminine and delicate. I can make some silly outfits for you as a reference if you want. Like, idk, summer, spring, autumn and winter outfits and formal occasions, it will take me a while, but I think they could be nice.

No. 330994

>>330970
using feminine 50x you sound like a troon. going straight into suggesting anon buy jewelry and start dressing super feminine and even suggesting colors is bizarre, you know nothing about her. cottagecore is not "classic" it's a current trend aesthetic. i like some aspects myself but classic, no.

>>330958
figure out what silhouettes/clothing fits you like and even more importantly don't, as well as start looking for fashion inspo. see what you own already and what you gravitate towards, and what your needs are. clothing first and foremost is a tool. other people will suggest insta or image-based sites but i like youtube for fashion talk because you actually see people move while in the clothes they wear.

i personally found kibbe and color season analysis helpful in thinking about what i like, but if that's overwhelming to think about don't worry about them. i'm not a super fashionable person, i was just sick of buying clothes i regretted and disliked.

you want to build a closet of clothes you enjoy wearing, fit your needs, and look good together. i personally found the idea of everyone having different closet staples a very helpful idea: everyone suggests having a plain white t-shirt for layering, but then I realized I dislike layering so that wasn't helpful advice. start thinking about what staple tops and bottoms you would benefit from and could use as the basis for multiple outfits.

if you have short hair leaning into a more masculine or androgynous style might be nice. but you can do feminine looks with short hair too.

No. 331015

>>330941
Solely to piss you off obviously

>>330956
>If it was me I'd be wearing an enormous shawl or cardigan (like swimming in it) and black sheer tights with booties.
Cute!!!

>>330975
I actually accept that gasp beauty and style are subjective… Imagine that. That being said I would love to know more about your style since I don't really personally identify with a lot of the fashion choices here either.

>>330970
This is good advice for the direction the original nonny want to take her style in. I forgot we're not allowed to refer to femininity anymore though so fuck you I guess!

The world takes all kinds of people to go 'round nonnas, try dislodging the stick from your ass.

No. 331020

>>330994
>youtube for fashion talk because you actually see people move while in the clothes they wear
I'm toayrt, I typically gravitate towards youtubers and what they wear because they seem more real to me kek
>i was sick of buying clothes i regretted and disliked
I relate to this a lot. I would buy clothes and I end up not wearing them because I simply didn't like it. It's weird. I can see that it's a nice piece of clothing, but I either lack the skills or interest in actually wearing it.

Ty nonny, I appreciate the advice. I do want to appear more feminine and grow my hair. I kept cutting my hair short because I realized that I didn't like myself and I thought if I cut my hair short, maybe I'd feel better. But, I don't. To keep the impulse at bay, I was thinking to express myself with fashion. However, fashion is kind of complicated because everyone has their own style and I think it's mostly subjective but I think there's concepts that generally define a well put together outfit even if it's something I personally wouldn't wear. So I guess what I'm saying is that I don't have a style I particularly like yet

No. 331063

>>330994
For me what it sells as a troon it is not even the overusage of "feminine", it is saying that bimbocore is a good fashion style and troon love that

No. 331071

>>331065
I'm literally a woman but ok weirdo. Sad that you let trannies do this to you.

No. 331080

>>330970
>it's really difficult and rare to look feminine/pretty with short hair
1920s-1950s women would like a word with you
>coquette/dollette
>bimbocore
disgusting
>>331063
i think it's a lost tiktoker more than anything.

No. 331081

>>331080
samefag, there's ways to dress feminine without any of that gross fetish shit

No. 331085

Fuck I forgot to sage
>>331080
>>331081
I'm starting to think I am just really out of touch because I didn't even think twice about that post being trooney but it kinda is… and I defended it upthread but I didn't notice the bimbocore suggestion smh

No. 331098

>>330970
>Clothes that accentuate your waist, boobs, and bum. Invest in a pushup bra too if you want to look more sexily feminine.
Kek, what the fuck.

No. 331106

>>331098
Yeah that's an incredibly scrotey sentence.

No. 331108

>>330970
I won't read this shit but are you the cockette that posted this skirt >>327117 ? Because if so you're ugly with an ugly fashion style and should immediately stop giving weird advice. Ew.

No. 331116

>>330970
>I have gotten compliments/comments on my own femininity
Dead giveaway kek. Noone compliments someone's 'femininity' unless they're lying to an oblivious tranny.

No. 331117

>>331116
Didn't want to say it as not to start an infight when this was first posted but that's what I thought too.

No. 331128

>>331116
>>331117
It's hilarious, trannies will always be clockable. No matter how much plastic surgery they get, no matter what they wear, they will never have the mind of a woman and will always say the most male-brained shit without even realizing.

No. 331135

>>331098
The padding advice is so weird, having large breasts does not make you look like the typical elegant and feminine look, anyone thinks you are a slut just for having them, no matter if you wear a turtleneck or a top that shows cleavage. That troon is not very smart kek.("typical elegant and feminine look")

No. 331155

>>330971
I always assume black sneakers are nonslip work shoes like the kind McDonald's have me when I worked there

No. 331202

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Anyone know where I can find super long silver necklaces like picrel? I've tried googling it but I can only find ones with the basic type of chain (idk what it's called) or shorter ones.

No. 331205

>>331202
You could try looking in a Joann fabrics. They have a jewelry section with different chains of different lengths. Then you could make a necklace similar to picrel, it would probably be cheaper than whatever you would find online.

No. 331403

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is it OK to swim with a sarong over a bikini? I've been looking for a cute swim skirt but can't really find anything so I've been thinking about getting a sarong instead but they're not made from swimsuit marerial.

No. 331410

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>>331403
I don't think that would be very comfortable. It would be cute af to wear a normal bikini top and pair it with matching swim shorts tho

No. 331411

>>331403
I’m looking for this too. I want swimwear that’s a bit more modest than most, but still somewhat cute and fashionable, not like a full burkini or mom one piece. Was thinking maybe workout clothes would do the trick (sports bra and shorts?), but not sure how it would be to swim in them.

No. 331412

>>331403
Not an expert by any means but I tried once and the dye leaked out in the pool kek so maybe wash it real good first. The sarong. Also its impossible to keep on, and a bit of a drowning hazard. I used to be a lifeguard and I would not have been able to 'allow' you in the pool with it on because it can tangle up on you and hold water that makes it hard to swim. 9.5 times out of 10 it wouldnt be an issue but one guy wearing a long thin dress type thing (sorry for the disrespect I know it is a religious/cultural thing but idk the name kek) he was allowed to keep it on due to the religion/culture exemption but dove in the deep end and had to be resued due to the sudden weight increase of wet fabric. If you are swimming at a beach or something I doubt its an issue for the 'avoiding lawsuit' perspective so by all means. I think it will be annoying and hard to keep on and move around in but if you are retarded wearing a sarong in water isnt wrong

No. 331413

>>331412
Omg AREN'T* retarded, my bad

No. 331418

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>>331411
you could get a rashguard surfer style top/shorts combo (or a real rashguard which is nice for colder water). plus it helps prevent sunburn which is my #1 issue with skimpy swimsuits.
I don't swim a lot so I usually just use workout clothes I already have if I'm camping or staying at a hotel with a pool or whatever.

No. 331429

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>>330970
i understand your point with black sneakers but i’ve seen people do picrel and it looks so feminine and adorable

No. 331432

>>331418
I would really like something like this but I guess I’m worried about what people would think (which is stupid, I know) because everyone around here just wears standard bikini/one piece suits. I also get burned easily and would like some coverage on my arms and shoulders if I’m going to the beach. A standard full coverage wetsuit seems amazing but I also reeeeally don’t wanna get laughed at kek

No. 331435

>>331432
If someone is weird to you about it just say i get burned easily and it’s not pretty lawl or whatever, long sleeve swim suits are amazing

No. 331439

Anyone got a term for a loose, flowy, super comfortable dress that bunches around the waist just a little to avoid tenting but could also be worn with a sports bra and very large breasts and sleeves that are either non existant or dont get in the way nor are tight? Like maybe I could work in my garage wearing this dress without pieces of it getting in the way of my hands and arms? Yeah I have no fashion sense but man would it be convenient to throw one single clothing item on aside from the sport bra and panties and have airflow in the heat kek. Maybe even look a bit more put together if I wore it somewhere? Idk. I dress like a tard.

No. 331444

>>331429
I don't know if I'd call these feminine before child-like/pre-teenish honestly but they're cute.

No. 331445

>>331439
Is wrap dress what you're looking for?

No. 331446

>>331445
or drawstring shirt dress

No. 331451

>>331410
This is so cute but when I search "tankini with shorts" fat lady swimsuits come up. Does anyone know a better search term for this, or a place that sells them?

No. 331455

>>331439
Midi/maxi fit and flare 3/4 sleeve

No. 331456

>>331451
Best swimsuit strategy is finding a sport that requires the style you want and getting it from an athletic clothing manufacturer

No. 331458

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what material should bathing clothes be made of? I wanna get some bathing shorts(preferly something designed for women so I dont have to shop in the men's section) but the websites I'm looking at dont state whenever the shorts are suitable for being in water. They call them bathing shorts but for all I know they are meant to be worn over regular bikini bottoms and then be taken of when entering the water I know you can find cute bathing shorts for women on aliexpress and similar site's but I want to buy something that is located in my own country for shipping and other reasons I have also looked at stores specialised in sports clothes and they do have some I just want to expand my options and sports bathing shorts don't have cute prints

No. 331459

>>331458
samefag but I just noticed that people already have been discussing modest bathing clothes in this thread, my mistake! thats what I get for not reading the previous posts before postingwhich I usually do I swear. But I still wanna know more about material that can stand water so I dont think this is too repetitive

No. 331461

>>331439
sleeveless jersey dress?

No. 331466

>>331458
mostly nylon and polyester with elastane (Lycra, Spandex are just brand names), as cotton and similar fibres would soak up too much water while needing a lot more time to dry and they might lose their shape over time. You can leave the elastane out of the fabric when it's not a swimsuit and/or the piece has a wider fit. The shorts in the picture are a good material choice with polyester and elastane. Most sports wear should also be suitable as swimwear, as they are mostly made out of the same material and have the idea of fast drying behind them.

No. 331468

>>331461
“Midi skater dress”

No. 331472

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Honest and unflitered opinions on this look being worn in 2023.

No. 331473

>>331472
Cute aside from the shoes.

No. 331474

>>331472
way better than the crop tops and "cycling shorts" most wear today. I like it, except for the brown elements, but I dislike brown colours for clothes in general.

No. 331475

>>331473
Same. Black boots would look much better

No. 331476

>>331472
This is timeless to me. It's simple and will always be pretty.

No. 331477

>>331472
I don't mind it, aside from the outdated booties.

No. 331478

>>331472
Cute and comfy.

No. 331479

>>331472
In 2023? It looks dated but personally I think this is way cuter and comfier than most of the trends rn. I just don't love the black + burgundy colour combination, I think defaulting to black + random colour is boring. I'd personally still be wearing the hell out of my old skater skirts if they actually looked good on my body type though.

No. 331481

>>331472
This looks like something I saw referenced here recently as a controversial outfit but it’s a nice outfit aside from the shoes

No. 331483

>>331481
It was controversial solely because of the ugly purse and boots. I also think the skater skirt is a bit juvenile, I associate it with tweens/teens of the early 2010's.

No. 331487

>>331429
Tbh these look really tacky. The bulky ribbon mixed with the colours would take a really specific look to pull off without looking cheap.

No. 331488

>>331483
Personally I wouldn’t wear a skirt that short because I get careless and flash; I don’t care I flashed crotch in opaque tights except it’s frowned upon.

No. 331490

>>331472
I think it's cute. You can definitely tell what era this outfit was from, but it still doesn't look dated to me since it's composed of such basic, staple pieces. Imo if you got rid of the booties (which I personally actually think look fine) it would look more updated.

No. 331497

>>331472
It's not ugly but it's super dated. Maybe individual pieces could work in a different outfit but as a whole look it's like a time capsule, all it's missing is a giant owl pendant and a burnt-looking instagram filter kek. If you dress like this in 2023 I'd definitely see you as an unfashionable millennial who peaked on 2012 tumblr. I wonder if this is what that "I don't keep up with trends" anon in the fashion discussion thread looks like kek

No. 331500

>>331497
>If you dress like this in 2023 I'd definitely see you as an unfashionable millennial who peaked on 2012 tumblr.
And if like ugly trendy shit like >>327117 >>327999 >>328778 >>330695 I see you as an easily influenceable zoomer without personal taste. nta.

No. 331501

>>331500
Nta but kek why the hostility.

No. 331503

>>331466
thank you so much for such a detailed reply! now i actually know what to look for. I did see some bathing shorts that was made out of cotton which I thought was a bit iffy so good to know I can avoid that
>>331472
this is sort of similar to how i dress on work days I just use more colours and different shoes and bags. I think it's cute but I can see why other call it dated. But for me I consider it more casual than a fashion statement. its just a skirt + sweater most women already have it lying around so expecting women to never combine them is a bit much. I guess the silhouette would look less dated if it wasnt an a-line skirtin my opinion a-line skirt looks best and I cant wait for a comeback. Im personally not fond of the y2k look and i think its weird I know many who never dressed like that who immediately went out and bought a new wardrobe as soon as Y2K became trendy. I do agree with the other anons though it needs more color and different shoes. Also I think it would look better if the skirt was a bit longer

No. 331506

>>331497
not that anon from whichever thread but most trendy fashion of today truly is ugly. the fact that trendy clothes manages to out-ugly even the ugliest stuff from the 2010s is a feat.

No. 331512

>>331497
I agree with you. There is something so half-assed about it too. It looks very… childish? For lack of a better word. Not in that a literal child would wear it but more like no thought was put into making it cohesive. Change the skirt into something a tad longer and a bit less flared, change the ugly brown booties for something black, and ditch the ugly purse, and add minimal jewelry and I think it would look a LOT cuter.

No. 331514

>>331506
Nta but I think both styles are ok. Usually the older women(25-30+) on here criticize the recent trends because they miss the trends that were popular when they were younger.

No. 331516

>>331514
25 is an older woman? kek

No. 331520

>>331514
Nah I hated that tumblr shit too.

No. 331521

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I think all the discussion around that outfit is just the millenial/zoomer divide. If you're a millenial, you probably remember when that was trendy or still dress like that so of course you'll like it more than those of us who were too young to wear it back then.
>>331500
Did I touch a nerve? I don't like the stuff you linked either. There's a lot of middle ground between y2k trendy shit and polyvore outfits though.
>>331506
galaxy leggings, mustache pendants and all the neon 80's inspired shit from back then haunt me just as much as whatever the kids are doing today tbh. I like the look of a lot of styles from then like twee and tumblr grunge but it wasn't perfect kek

No. 331526

>>331521
i think this is cute and prefer it over >>331472 because it looks less.. normie? like wearing the burgundy jumper outfit would be an attempt at looking put together and it just doesn't work now, whereas your example is dreamier and has a specific vibe that just carries over better.

No. 331529

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>>331521
samefag but thinking about awful 2010's fashion made me remember those cheap shitty "ironic" meme print sets like this that were EVERYWHERE

No. 331537

>>331526
Nta but I feel the opposite of this, but only because I hate pastel colors kek.

No. 331542

>>331529
I've never seen this but it does remind me of those black milk galaxy leggings and bodycon dresses that used to be popular on Tumblr and lookbook

No. 331545

>>331521
I'm a zoomer and like it. It's just basic pieces, idk why that outfit was so polarizing.

No. 331546

>>331545
Mismatched boots and purse.

No. 331547

>>331546
The boots are pretty much the same shade as the lighter brown on the purse.

No. 331548

>>331547
Samefag, unless you mean the boots and bad don't match with the whole outfit. I don't really see it, it's just red, brown and black.

No. 331551

>>331548
Right, and it looks mismatched as hell. She looks like her electricity ran out right when she was deciding on what shoes to wear. The brown in the overall outfit is not really cohesive and so it looks random as fuck. It looks like the outfit should have been red and black and the boots and purse fuck it up. It looks very stale normie.

No. 331559

>>331472
Ugly bag, shoes' colour doesn't match with the rest, weird proportions.

No. 331561

>>331559
>weird proportions
?

No. 331617

>>331561
something about the legs is so off

No. 331648

>>331617
Nta but if the boots were black, she would have a nice 2/3 proportion going on. It would be cuter with leggings underneath the skirt tho

No. 331663

>>331472
It's so basic that nobody is going to take notice of you. It's not outdated, it's kinda "classic" (idk if that's the right word) but very boring. It's feminine and pretty but in a boring way, kek. Maybe spice it up with a necklace and earrings and a cute hairstyle, or add a patterned piece somewhere. 7/10 cute but nothing special

No. 331669

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>>331472
My main problem with this is the silhouette, booties can often cut off the legs. The girl is really cute though. Sorry if the editing is kind of choppy it was hard to match her pose.

No. 331677

>>331669
Noo drop the nacklace. And why did you add different coloured metals? I agree with the shoes though.

No. 331678

>>331677
I tried to make it the same color as the bag's metal but I just drew it on so idk lol

No. 331680

>>331472
That specific black/brown/burgundy color scheme is really dated, literally even just going monochrome black would update it passably. As a geriatric zoomer, that burgundy color—or “marsala”— was literally everywhere for like 4 years, it started trending during the seafoam green and coral era and then peaked in 2014/15. It’s the millennial pink of the mid 2010s.
Trash the boots like everyone else is saying and get black chunky or dainty heeled balletcore style shoes. Match the bag to the black shoes. That’s just if we want to keep the core vibe of the outfit untouched. honestly skater skirts and cropped sweaters are both fine separately but together it does come across as if you’re wearing a millennial costume. Your best bet is probably to buy an uncropped sweater and drop the waist of the look by keeping it untucked or wear the cropped sweater with baggy high rise or midrise jeans. Other denim styles are on trend now as well but low rise bootcut for example would not work with a loose cropped sweater like this on 99.9% of people because it will visually fridge them

No. 331685

I have this beautiful jacket but it has dried acrylic paint stains in it. I've tried washing it many times, various cleaning solutions, nothing worked. Does anyone know of a stain remover that works miracles or is my jacket a lost cause?

No. 331692

File: 1685356244169.png (27.91 KB, 482x596, bag.PNG)

What do you think about that bag? It's cheap and made of plastic but it's cute and I have other bags I use all the time so I won't use it up to fast think if I buy it. It's also in black, white, pastel yellow and lilac but I like that color a lot. What do?

No. 331694

>>331472
It's very 2012 Tumblr style but cute

No. 331699

>>331692
It's okay? I personally wouldn't buy it knowing how little wear I'd get out of a colour like that but it's a cute bag.

No. 331702

>>331699
I tend to wear very basic clothes and colors, and I have bags with more neutral colors so I was thinking that this would be a good opportunity to get something cute and more colorful for the summer. My favorite handbag is a bit bigger and it's black so it would be a nice change.

No. 331710

>>331472
It was a very common and presentable look then, it might not be as common now, but it remains presentable as it used to be. I never liked the trends from back then so I obviously don't like it that much, but it's not exactly an eyesore, it's okay really.

If I saw a woman wear this in 2023 I would just assume she's not very fashionable/up to date on current trends. But not everyone needs to be a style sperg, it looks very clean and put together, there is no real bad assumption to make about someone dressed like this, she doesn't look lazy or obnoxious or anything.

Granted I look nasty most of the time due to my current job, so everyone else looks like a shining aristocrat in comparison kek. But even then, clothing store clerks often wear far more offensive outfits than that, I'd sooner get advice from a basic girl like this than from a piss haired themlet who dresses like a middle schooler at 29 like you often see on the street these days.

No. 331724

>>331702
Just get it if you know you really want it

No. 331782

>>331680
>heeled balletcore shoes
Nta but what would be an example of this? I cringe at all -cores but I can't imagine ballet having anything to do with high heeled shoes.

No. 331799

>>331710
>I'd sooner get advice from a basic girl like this than from a piss haired themlet who dresses like a middle schooler at 29 like you often see on the street these days.
Where the fuck do you live.

No. 331802

>>331680
>balletcore shoes
please… please just call it ballet flats. Idk how you can call a skater skirt and sweater a millenial "costume" when evidently everything is a core-costume to zoomers?

No. 331825

>>331685
It would be pertinent to include the fabric content of the jacket nonna

No. 331897

File: 1685404455000.jpg (126.75 KB, 1280x1280, P0.jpg)

how would you guys style these blue bapestas?
pic not mine, i think they're really fun shoes but i don't want to splurge on getting a pair secondhand if it turns out they'd be ugly/unwearable and only good for shitty streetwear fits (i.e how most bape stuff looks to me)

No. 331903

>>329609
Sorry to samefag but I'd appreciate any advice at all, even someone letting me know where not to buy from if your jacket was low quality or fell apart etc.

No. 331953

nonas what is the consensus on wearing long sleeves in summer if its cotton or linen?

No. 331955


No. 331957

>>331799
A western european country where being basic is starting to be considered a crime, maybe it's just my area

>>331953
It's a normal way to protect yourself from the sun but if you live in a place where being half naked is the overwhelming norm, if you're young they might assume you have self esteem issues or scars. Most people do not give a shit though

>>331897
I can kind of picture them with khaki or light brown cargo pants, it would bring out the color and style nicely I think. And a baby tee or something like that but maybe that's too zoomerish for your taste. But they don't seem very versatile and would probably look weird with jeans outside of maybe a couple specific washes

No. 331967

>>331953
Good for preventing burned arms

No. 331971

>>331953
normal?

No. 331992

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Can someone give me recommendations for business casual shoes to the office that are also good for walking in a lot?

I was eyeing either a pair of Toms or Vans Classic Slip-Ons. I have wide feet with heels that don't stick out so shoes like high heels, ballet flats or loafers fall right off my feet

No. 332006

>>331992
If you’re looking for more of a sneaker I’d say the Stan smiths or any leather white sneaker can be dressed up. The toms could work or even a pair of keds

No. 332008

>>331802
nta but as a zoomer, the general perception is that skater skirts are very synonymous with millenial/tumblr-era fashion. i think the last big boom of the cropped sweater was around the time that victoria's secret pink was popular iirc- 2018 at the LATEST, and even that was a cropped hoodie as supposed to an actual sweater; those died a lot earlier. cores might different in appearance, but they are by-and-large reflections of trends from now as supposed to 10 years ago. nobody's stopping you from keeping the skinny jeans, but the styling in that photo, especially the skater skirt with the black tights, isn't currently relevant.

No. 332010

>>332008
That was a rhetorical question anon. Still your answer is retarded, obviously it's a dated look and "not currently relevant" that doesn't make it a costume or costume-ish.

No. 332022

>>332010
in the case of it being a costume, that particular preppy look with those particular pieces used is very hard to divorce from the trends of the tumblr era. to someone who doesn't usually wear that fashion, it reads more as a time capsule than something to emulate 1:1, similar to how a generic "80s costume" usually has big hair and lycra because thats what people remember. part of it has to do with the way its photographed, but part of it is just the contents of the fit. hope this helps.

No. 332024

>>332022
Nta, the outfit is dated but at the same time, way too basic and boring to come off as a costume

No. 332031

>>332024
you know what? fair point.

No. 332048

>>332008
Who said anything about skinny jeans?

No. 332064

>>332010
Kek don't be so butthurt anon, I'm a millenial too and I still like that kind of style in the pic discussed, but the zoomer nonna is correct.

No. 332092

>>329693
so wrong. never take fashion "advice" from this person.

No. 332104

>>331446
>drawstring shirt dress

My eyes have been opened. Thank you.

The maxi/midi dress and wrap dress suggestions for my above comment were almost what I wanted overall…not quite but I think I could find something cut like that which might work. Happy to have terms to google. Thanks.

No. 332140

>>329342
this is the obvious answer but there do exist stores that are specialied in selling authentic vintage clothes from the 50-70. Though they are usually a bit pricey because finding clothes from the 50 that is still in a good condition today is hard. If you live in a big city or close to one there might be a store like this. Try searching for something along the lines of "vintage clothes [city name]" on google. Etsy also has a market for vintage clothes so try looking there. Just remember to set the item type to vintage in the filters.
>I do like the fashion and media of that period
being familiar with the period is going to work in your favour if you want to by modern clothes meant to emulate the 50's since you will be able to see what actually looks authentic and what looks like poor imitations.
>>330558 posted some outfits that shouldn't be too hard to recreate using only modern normie clothes. Most stores sells those kinds of vests and shirts so you should be able to recreate them without having to buy vintage clothes or buy from special brands meant to mimic the 50's

No. 332156

>>329597
This, god I’m so sick of ugly shapeless sack dresses

No. 332158

>>331135
>having big boobs isn’t feminine
>it makes you look like a slut
Jesus, I can smell your scrotum from here.

No. 332176

>>329597
I never see anyone wearing a-line dresses. They are classic and timeless, what is wrong with people? I'm sorry, but skintight dresses (or skintight anything, really) are so ugly on women. Nowadays its all about showing off breasts and ass which is boring and unoriginal as fuck, it's never about the actual clothing or designs anymore. A-line dresses are good middle ground between skintight and potato sack but apparently that is out of style now.

No. 332201

>>332176
Potato sack is the superior silhouette.

No. 332247

>>332176
I look bad in sack dresses and feel uncomfortable in bodycon so I still wear A-line dresses sometimes kek. I feel like the closest current trend is empire waists like those tacky selkie dresses, which also don't look good on most bodytypes imo

No. 332254

>>329823
>22
>With a kid
KEKKKKKKKKK

No. 332308

>>331685
>>331825
Nta but I have denim jeans that have a very thin acrylic paint streak on them and would like to know if other nonnies have advice for how to remove it.

No. 332316

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>>332308
Sorry I can't say much for removing it nonita, but depending on when you wear the jeans you could try incorporating visible mending to cover it up? It's mostly used for actual tears in clothes and can sometimes look trashy if you don't do it right, but it's a cute way to make your clothes more unique and only requires basic sewing skills. Maybe as a last resort if you can't get the acrylic off? Good luck nonita, as a former art student my strategy for acrylic stains was hot water ASAP and pray.

No. 332441

been on a brandy melville kick lately , the fabric quality seems pretty good (except for the tote bags , i bought one some months ago and its pilling horribly) and the designs are so cute. anyone know of any similar stores?

No. 332827

>>329823
you should wear cute matching mother-daughter outfits!!!!!

No. 332832

>>332441
wut. I like brandy design-wise too but all their fabris are so thin or even sheer.

No. 332853

File: 1685783196492.jpeg (133.77 KB, 736x736, IMG_1338.jpeg)

Does anyone else subconsciously give into trends without intending to? It’s like a lil robot takes over my brain and I end up buying things that I’ll probably hate in 6 months. It makes me feel bad. I’m talking about fairycore shit like picrel rn but I’ve done it in the past too. I try to stick to basics but I’m kind of a manic shopper and things happen. Thank god for depop

No. 332856

>>332441
Yeah any fast fashion store like hm and bershka is similar to brandy. Though I think brandys style is very childish, it's catered to 11-16 year old girls.

No. 332858

>>332832 fr? ive got a couple of sweaters and ribbed long sleeves/crop tops and they seem pretty good to me >>332856
I dont think its too childish beyond the graphics section - there's pretty solid basics good for whatever ages but the general audience def skews more young

No. 332860

>>331669
This is actually a pretty great illustration of how you can turn a dated outfit to something slightly more modern with minimal changes to the color palette and silhouette. Great work nonna.

No. 332861

>>331782
Mary janes.

No. 332865

>>332853
I normally dress on the more prep-y side but when y2k and "barbiecore" first gained traction I subconsciously bought clothes that matched those styles. Now I have a clothes that I don't like wearing and doesn't go with the rest of my clothes.
Nowadays I try to primarily buy my clothes second hand. It makes it harder to follow trends and "forces" me to only look after clothes that suits my tastes. It's also easier to avoid going on a shopping spree when you buy second hand because finding stuff you like (and in your own size) is more difficult so it's feels more rewarding when you find something you like

No. 332890

>>331680
Imagine throwing away all your clothes every two years because the COLOR is out of style. Jesus frick please grow up.

No. 332903

>>332890
Ntayrt but they're right about colors being in style at certain times. Seafoam green / coral were super popular in 2012-14 and I remember being upset when they stopped making everything in forever 21 those two colors. Just like how the past year or two blinding neon green is everywhere and people won't be wearing that soon.
Agree it's stupid though and obviously trends are rooted in overconsumption. No need to get rid of them.

No. 333114

File: 1685869821968.jpg (4.52 MB, 2326x1652, ALEMAIS Lou balloon top.jpg)

I need some advice with picking out a bottom for this shirt. The color is much more muted in person but I want to do something other than denim

No. 333116

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>>333114
Here’s an idea I saw. I don’t love this but it’s subjective so you might. Personally I think tucked into a skirt or slacks would be cute. It’s hard to say what color without trying different things though, maybe green or orange, or the right shade of tan

No. 333124

>>333114
I'd wear it with an orange or green that's the same as in the top

No. 333129

File: 1685880334093.png (1.66 MB, 1903x1543, foranon.png)

>>333114
I personally don't get the Alemais hype at all. But this is how I'd style it, depending on if you want to have it as a statement piece or lean into the flamboyance.

No. 333138

>>333114
oh I'm jealous if you got something from that collection. I love that artist. I want a lot of it but I haven't spent hundreds of dollars on a new dress in years, it seems so expensive to me now. plus it's a brand I've never heard of from Australia… in my experience Australian brands outsource all their manufacturing to asia for cheap. is the quality of the stitching and fabric good? their whole mission is being sustainable and using quality fabrics that last but they could just be bullshitting…

No. 333143

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Not sure if this would be the best thread to ask, but does anyone have advice regarding glasses frames that are in style currently, or kind of timeless? I’ve been wearing the same ray-ban frames for a few years and I finally have an appointment in the summer, I can’t wait to try something new once I get my numbers updated.

No. 333149

>>333143
You should probably just ask your optician tbh, they know about current glasses trends and can also advice you on what looks good on your face.

No. 333152

>>333149
After I posted I went on Warby’s take home frames and took screenshots of the camera tester, seems like the rectangle type are the ones that work best. I wish it wasn’t so hard to pick frames but I agree it’s probably better to get an opinion at the office

No. 333156

>>333143
just wear contact lenses

No. 333158

>>333156
Nta but they're not for everyone. Especially if you have dry eyes so you have to use eyedrops and if you work in front of a screen then there's isn't really a point in wearing them.

No. 333164

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I had recently been gifted these and I have no idea what to pair them with. They are cute, but none of my clothes match with them. Any outfit ideas?

No. 333166

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>>333164
A long summer dress with a heavier fabric of some kind! I have a navy blue pair and they match perfectly with a dress that is very similar to picrel.

No. 333173

>>333149
seconding this. when I had to get my second pair of glasses I gave a vague description of what I was looking for and my optician picked put a bunch that fitted that description. I would try them on and she would say if they worked or not with my face

No. 333176

>>333143
I think you should just go for something that suits your face shape and feels comfortable, if you don't need to change your glasses frequently, there's really no point in going for something trendy. That being said, I like tortoiseshell pattern, not too bland, not too flashy, classic.

No. 333177

>>333143
I think the best way to pick some glasses is to pick something in neutral colors, so you can always mix and match them.

No. 333216

>>333212
Just wear simple and modest stuff, nothing shiny, or neon, or with flowers or crazy patterns. Pick neutral colors (brown, beige, gray, white even but not too much white) or just black, simple and small accessories.
Preferably don’t wear tight clothes, you’re going to support someone who is grieving or you’re goin to grieve, not going to a catwalk or a bar, which means you should also avoid cutouts or low necklines.
Dress comfortable too because you may have to walk around a graveyard or stand still for a while, so avoid too high heels or sandals.

No. 333217

File: 1685905672463.jpg (60.03 KB, 500x740, (108).jpg)

What the heck do I wear to a funeral? It always seemed simple but now that I'm in this situation I have no idea what to buy. A long dress seems so formal but a short dress seems inappropriate. I don't really want to do pants because then I have to buy pants and a shirt when I could just buy a dress. Idk idk idk pls help nonnas. To be fair, I was surprised at the last funeral I went to because a lot of the women were wearing denim with blouses and heels. Idk maybe a flowy skirt and a blouse would be nice, I already have some heels that could go with that. What would you do? My only guidelines are that I'm short, so I like to honor the rule of thirds, and that makes some lengths of skirts/dresses and certain types of shoes look really dumpy. I do prefer a defined waist. I tend to dress "edgy" but that's not a big concern for a funeral tbh. This is not someone I was close with so I don't really need anything super duper comfy or anything like that. And my peers and I are like, working class, so I don't need anything opulent or too dressy. Am west coast burger so if anyone has shop recommendations I'd appreciate it!

No. 333218

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>>333217
2014 tumblr is really in rn, I would do dark stocking tights and docs for shoes or any dark combat boots maybe even Mary Jane flats, some dark skirt or florals (shorter skirt with dark stockings is more modest), a dark denim jacket and any dressy dark top. Nothing too revealing though. Picrel for the stockings and docs. Think that outfit but with a mid thigh skirt and a dark top.

No. 333220

>>333218
>funeral
>2014 tumblr
Lmao

No. 333222

>>333217
>A long dress seems so formal
It's a funeral, it IS formal.

No. 333227

>>333218
Hmm, I think boots are a little juvenile for this purpose but I like the dark tights + skirt idea. All of my heels are open toe. It's stupid to wear tights with open toed shoes, right?

>>333222
Touché. I guess I meant to say I would feel uncomfortable in a gown, it seems too dramatic for me personally but maybe I'm being weird.

No. 333229

>>333227
nta but it doesn't have to be a gown, simpler dresses like a maxi one would be fine

No. 333235

File: 1685910402054.jpeg (120.31 KB, 1179x1923, IMG_9030.jpeg)

>>333217
Don’t buy this from Amazon but just get something like this and be done with it. You’re overthinking it. If you have to go shorter than this, wear opaque tights. Shoe doesn’t matter unless you’re standing for a long time or it’s an outdoor funeral, whatever black shoes you have is fine.

No. 333242

>>333138
Quality is great, not as good as Zimmerman but better than gorman or Sass & Bide.
I love the artist as well so I really wanted something from the collection.

No. 333275

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>>333217
Think business/office wear but in black. Aim for covered knees and shoulders, which may mean incorporating tights, blazers, etc. Find something you could repurpose for a job interview or something similarly formal at a later date. You can't really go wrong with dressing "up" at a funeral but dressing down too much could be a bit of a faux pas even if you didn't know the person.

I would personally opt for a black shirt and trouser since it's easier to dress both pieces down for other more casual occasions.

No. 333573

>>333217
This is my funeral uniform- literally any black dress in existence that isn't shorter than mid thigh, low cut, bodycon, or flashy. Heels (not super tall stilettos or platforms though), nice sandals/flats. Maybe tights or a cardigan in a muted color if it'll be cold. I'm not super stylish though tbh and I thrift everything. Like other anon said go for business casual/nice brunch outfit but in black.

No. 333579

>>333217
Are you kidding me? You're considering wearing a mini dress and open toe shoes to a funeral? Just buy some pants, I don't know the autistic obsession you have with skirts and dresses but they don't go well in every occasion.

No. 333585

>>333217
If you wear anything above the knee, wear dark tights.

No. 333593

>>333217
There is literally nothing easier than dressing for a funeral. Something black and modest, if a long dress is formal and a short dress is inappropriate… get a mid length dress. It seems like you're more worried about looking stylish than just dressing appropriately but you don't need to impress people who are busy mourning.

No. 333596

>>333217
Anything black with a little bit of cleavage works. Nothing too risque, of course. A little thigh never hurt anybody. I think you're good to go!

No. 333598

>>333596
>cleavage
uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

No. 333601

>>333598
Fatties big jealous.

No. 333604

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>>333217
Something like this nonnie. Maybe add a silver chain like a belt around your waist to accentuate it and wear thigh high black stockings. Go with skull earrings to show how dedicated you are to the theme of the occasion (death, darkness, etc) hope this helps

No. 333606

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>>333217
You could wear these. They're formal without being too formal + they're spooky and black which fits the theme. Buy some croc charms that are like knives, weapons, spooky stuff. If the deceased person passed away from something specific try to find a way to I corporate it into your outfit like if they died from being stabbed, look on Shein for knife earrings. Or if they had cancer, wear a bald cap

No. 333609

>>333606
I stg nonnie, I'm half asleep and was losing my mind reading "formal, but not too formal platform crocs". Made it all the way to "bald cap" before I realized. kek

No. 333610

>>333601
Jealous of what? Risque isn't really appropriate for a funeral.

No. 333611

>>333601
>what is a funeral

No. 333613

>>333217
Keking at some of these responses. Nonita, it's really simple. Mid length black dress, maybe heels if you want, I usually wear a blazer if it's going to be cold. >>333275 is the most solid advice, you can reuse the pieces individually so it's a good investment regardless.
>>333604
>>333606
MY SIDES

No. 333625

>>333610
People are allowed to be sexy at funerals, it's not a crime. If showing cleavage and legs and being well dressed makes Anon feel better, she should do it. We all cope in different ways. I for one wore a black micro mini skirt with a cropped black tube top with a star in it made from those little fake diamonds. I was going for the y2k aesthetic and I pulled it off and it made me feel better about my aunt's passing. Yes I was showing a lot of skin but who cares. It was an opportunity to dress up and eat food for free

No. 333630

>>333625
IDK if you are serious or shitposting but that's a massively egocentrical view. Funerals aren't to make the individual feel good, it's a ritual to honour the deceased and show respect to other mourners.

No. 333632

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>>333625
It’s a funeral. Anon also said she doesn’t really know the person that died, she’s a guest, not a person actually grieving.
>>333217
>This is not someone I was close with
But I mean, here’s a nice outfit for you, anon, I hope you get to make it look nice. Have fun, drink a lot and maybe play some music while everyone is waiting for the coffin to get buried.

No. 333633

>>333632
She is in love with herself…she likes the dark

No. 333634

>>333625
>dressing sexy at a funeral is my coping mechanism
you sound like a zoomer who blame all their obnoxious behavior on their depression and self diagnosed personality disorder

No. 333639

>>333634
Reminds me of the reddit troon who showed up to a funeral wearing a miniskirt and made it all about him.

No. 333642

>>333625
If someone wears a "y2k miniskirt and tube top" to my funeral im coming back to beat their ass

No. 333647

>>333634
Nta and it's retarded to be selfish in a funeral but wtf is up with the zoomerhate leaking here? Stop acting like an incel who hates young women and thinks anyone who's being a slut is 17-19.

No. 333649

we had a funny shitpost thing going about wearing ridiculous clothes to a funeral and some of you took it seriously. come on now… do you really think she wore a black micro mini skirt with a cropped black tube top with a star in it? Really, really?

No. 333652

>>333649
Jokes can be tricky when some people/cows really are that narcissistic and would wear that.

No. 333653

>>333647
you know that i dont think anon is slutty. im criticizing for her "it's a way to cope" pseudo-psychology wording that you see all over tiktok

No. 333656

>>333652
Correction, jokes can be tricky when you're autistic.
>>333653
Go back to your quarantine thread and post about how you hate young women there.

No. 333658

>>333656
Not what she said, you sound personally offended.

No. 333661

>>333653
my sister, she was being silly. she was making fun of that very pseudo-psychology.

No. 333663

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I think it's time to get back to fashion. What are you all actually wearing today?
My outfit is inspired by this picture, although with a less crazy waist and a modern blouse.

No. 333664

>>333661
Kek. That anon is too out of touch to understand sarcasm or jokes.

No. 333676

>>333632
I agree. This is a really cute and perfect outfit for a funeral. It's edgy but not too edgy, formal but not prude. You could add more black by wearing fishnet stockings and black fingerless gloves.

No. 333678

>>333634
I'm sorry that I cope by being sexy at all times and you have no style and think we all need to be prudes at funerals. I've been to several funerals and was the best dressed at all of them. You're abnormal and jealous

No. 333680

>>333579
I re-read op several times trying to understand what the fuck you're talking about, did you tag the wrong post?

No. 333681

>>333678
It's alright, I get you, I'm a necrophile too.

No. 333702

>>333649
Yes, considering the other outfits ITT.

No. 333742

>>333678
>I've been to several funerals and was the best dressed at all of them.
Kek.

No. 333752

>>333678
Kek I love you nonnie

No. 333948

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How would I make this university-friendly? Specifically for my morning lectures. We aren't allowed to show huge amounts of cleavage due to a girl showing up in her bikini top and sweat pants after going to the beach before class. Kek. So I need to cover my tits up.

Atm I'm thinking of pairing it with my brown leather jacket, a black t shirt, and black kitten heels. Hair loose and a red hairband. Plain silver stud earrings. Is that fine or am I gonna make my lecturer blow his brains out haha?

Picrel isn't the exact dress I have but almost the same. Advice please yall.

No. 333951

>>333948
Kitten heels? Really?

No. 333952

>>333948
assuming the dress isn't ultra short that sounds like a perfectly reasonable outfit, and if the dress IS pretty short maybe add black tights? The tshirt underneath is really the key thing making it acceptable. I really like the tshirt under a strappy dress look, I feel like you see it a lot in kfashion. If you want even more of a dressed-down vibe for uni I'd consider maybe something like a short boot instead of any sort of heel

No. 333953

>>333948
I think that's a bit prudish tbh, you're going to university not church. Pair it with stiletto heels and ditch the jacket.

No. 333954

>>333948
Is this the same fabric your dress is made of? Because there's no way you can make that texture university-friendly. The fake-leather jeans strike me as an example of this. Fake leather, latex or PVC are too dressy imho. You would have to combine your dress with a lot of darker stuff, as you have already suggested, and I don't think that would do any justice to the dress. I'd save the dress for nightlife ocassions, anon.

No. 333960

>>333948
you wouldnt

No. 333961

>>333948
A latex/faux leather red dress with a deep cleavage? Really?

No. 333962

>>333952
Thanks. I'll definitely add the black tights. The dress sits a few cm underneath my butt.

>>333953
No need to call me prude. At least I don't show up to class in my bikini. Although I'll take your suggestion about the stilletos. Thanks

>>333954
Aah tbh I'm not sure what material it is. My ex got it for me from his trip to Amsterdam. It kinda smells like plastic or rubber? Almost like the way a Barbie smells, hopefully someone knows what I mean. It's definitely not genuine leather unfortunately. My ex was a cheap ass.

No. 333964

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>>333953
>>333962
>Although I'll take your suggestion about the stilletos. Thanks
is this thread just back-to-back shitposts now?

No. 333972

>>333961
Do you have any better ideas? Otherwise shut up obesie

No. 333977

>>333964
no fr stiletto heels to a morning college class is the most tryhard shit I've ever heard kek. but who among us can say she hasn't occasionally dressed like a tv character to go to the grocery store or something like that, so whatever

No. 333978

>>333663
Since the only reason I leave my appartment is walking the dog, I'm almost always wearing dark yoga pants, a cotton t-shirt, a denim jacket and black shoes. Yesterday I wanted some yougurt and I put on a dress and sandals, but I just feel silly putting any effort on the way I look. Do you do your hair like that model, anon?

No. 333979

>>333948
>sweat pants to the beach
Wtf

No. 333980

>>>>333977
It's normal here to wear heels in the morning. I'm competing with girls who could be models, like prettier than Ariana Grande on an average day type women. I need to look good at all times and if stiletto heels are the way, that's what I'll do. I own a pair of 2nd hand red bottoms which I'll wear with the dress + black t shirt + black stockings. I assure you that I'm not the only one putting in effort to my appearance at my uni.

No. 333981

>>333953
>>333964
A friend of mine used to unironically wear heels to uni everyday. Not stilettos but still chunky tall ones. She was tall too, over 180cm without heels, she towered above most men (and her own bf) it was great.

>>333980
Glad I go to a down to earth uni where most girls don't even wear mascara

No. 333986

>>333663
I actually bothered to wear something nice while going to work instead of sweatpants today! I wear a uniform so I usually just throw something lazy on before hurrying to catch the train.

I wore a black A line cotton dress, black tights, black leather sandals, an oversized 80s blue jean jacket, a black hat (a panama hat? I had to google hat types kekk) and tumblr weed smoker girl sunglasses uwu

No. 333996

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>>333663
Picrel and nothing else

Also thanks for the abundance of funeral outfit advice, it's everything I asked for and so much more.

No. 334099

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Tips for styling picrel? I have a job interview coming up.

No. 334100

>>334099
uhhh what kind of job would that be? kek

No. 334103

>>334099
You're going to want to keep it professional and classy, so pair the top with dainty gold hoop earrings, a micro mini denim skirt, thigh high white socks, and black platform crocs. Good luck for your interview, you're gonna be fine!

No. 334104

>>334099
thong and nothing else. write "hire me" on your buttcheeks

No. 334114

>>333978
Kind of, I wear my long hair and do my makeup in a vintage inspired style.
Don't feel silly making effort! Wear those nice pieces you have nonas, it always makes me feel better to dress nicely even if it's for mundane activities.
>>333986
>tumblr weed smoker girl sunglasses uwu
Kek at the description, what do they look like?
>>333996
Now that's an appropriate funeral top. kidding of course

No. 334116

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>>334114
>Kek at the description, what do they look like?

No. 334117

>>334104
This is even better than what I said. Anon should also walk in with a joint and a bottle of Prime to show that she's in with the kids and can bring new, fun, trendy ideas to the business.

Btw, omg anon, we should make a fashion/personal styling business together. Everyone is gonna be employed because of us. We could even run for government with the slogan "DRESSED FOR SUCCESS" and sponsor Mikayla Nogueira to speak positively of us to the masses

No. 334118

What is the Gen Z equivalent of the Tumblr weed smoking gf aesthetic? It looks so millennial/old. Also my ex literally told me that millenials have the best fashion sense and I laughed in his disgusting, dumb face because wtf. Gen Z and Gen Alpha are the best dressed generations to date

No. 334120

>>334118
Aren't the oldest gen alphas like literal middle schoolers?

No. 334122

Anons ITT right now

No. 334124

So, random fashion thought but I sometimes notice younger girls in my area (like 18-21) strutting around in the most godawful, trashiest areas in our city wearing the sluttiest outfits imaginable. I’m talking looking like they just left work at a cheap strip club sort of outfits. They’ll walk into a crack den area strutting their asses off like they’re the hottest shit on earth - in the most dangerous, filthy places possible. Does anyone have any insight as to why younger girls act and dress this way for seemingly no reason at all, besides looking to get raped or attacked? I don’t get it…

No. 334125

>>334118
Gen Z fashion is horrible, they just regurgitate y2k fashion as if it’s something new. And a lot of their clothing is formless or ill fitting if they’re not ripping off early 2000s fashion. They look like shapeless lumps lazily put together. It’s like they take pride in wearing the worst outfits from y2k era and if not, they seem like they want to look as if they just rolled out of bed and threw on whatever was closest to them. It’s awful fashion.

No. 334126

>>334118
Also Gen alpha is 13 and under… so how do they have the best fashion? KEK. Are you 15 or something?

No. 334131

>>334118
I like zoomer fashion, but every generation thinks they are the best dressed

No. 334132

>>334131
This. Every generation thinks they’re the best one. Don’t like zoomer fashion myself though, and I am a zoomer lol

No. 334138

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>>334137
You don't blend in

No. 334141

>>334124
I think they glamorize those years (18-21) as the “sexy barely legal” years and by 22 are usually too traumatized by men or burnt out to continue. Not really their fault since it’s men who expect it from them. And zoomer fashion trends seem more provocative than millennials’, they might not see a problem with it since all the fast fashion stores sell it

No. 334142

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>>334137
Eh not so much dressing for hot weather or wearing something short or with cleavage - I’m talking about full blown stripper outfits, and the girls I’m referencing are walking around at night (in the cold) wearing these outfits too, picrel. Men should have self control, but where I live it’s extremely dangerous for everyone (not just women) and I still see young girls out on the street dressed this way. There’s a lot of rape and SA in my city. I don’t know why they choose to present themselves this way for seemingly no reason at all, while doing casual things like grocery shopping or walking to a 7/11. Sure every woman should have the freedom to wear whatever they want - but dress for the occasion, not just for attention from the crackheads outside of 7/11 or your local grocer jfc

No. 334143

>>334141
I’ve noticed this, a lot of zoomer fashion is shit on top of being just a stones throw away from going out in straight up lingerie. It’s really trashy and cheap looking, imo

No. 334145

>>333625
Um… I work in funeral service quite literally, and this shit is so disrespectful, disgusting and seriously looked down upon. Dress conservative. Wear black but make it simple and tasteful. And no, “sexy” is not welcome at funerals kek. Unless you want glares from the grieving and heavy side-eyes and judgement from all of the funeral home staff. As someone who’s worked in funeral services from the ages 21-27 I can absolutely guarantee “sexy” outfits are very much looked down upon in any setting where grieving is involved. Have some respect, it’s not about you. Not one little bit. You’d be better off showing up in sweatpants and a t-shirt than trying to glamorize a fucking funeral kek

No. 334147

>>334145
She's trying to pick up a date at her aunt's passing kek

No. 334148

>>334147
Disturbing and unwelcome behavior… I hope she’s not actually and this is just a joke. Where I work we’d try to politely remove anyone dressing/acting that way at a funeral

No. 334151

>>334138
The post you replied to was clearly sarcastic

>>334145
As was the post you were replying to. Do we need to start using twitter tier tone indicators or something?

No. 334154

>>334145
you should get a pass for not getting the joke because it makes sense that this would never come across as funny to you

No. 334157

>>334118
This is more insane than the anon who grieves by dressing sexy to funerals.

No. 334163

>>334099
>>333948
>>333217
So is this thread just for shitposting now?

No. 334164

>>334163
People usually enjoy humor, it brightens one’s day to have a little laugh

No. 334174

>>334118
>Gen Z and Gen Alpha are the best dressed generations to date
anon figured out how fashion trends work kek

No. 334176

>>334118
I’m a millennial and I like Gen Z fashion (going to echo other people in that idk what Gen Alpha fashion is because I thought they were children). I think there was a ton of bad millennial fashion that I hate looking back on, and some of it is currently being regurgitated. I do think saying Gen Z fashion is the best to date is retarded though, especially when so many generations before both of us had it more put together. The good thing is now we have so much to pull from, and future generations will compound upon that.

No. 334179

>>334176
Going to double post because I ran out of time, but I wanted to add that the one thing I hate about both Millennial and Gen Z fashion has been the reliance on fast fashion, be it through the mall or through places like shein. The low quality is gross and while I like Gen Z’s aesthetic for a lot of things, I hate seeing massive hauls with cheap fabric and shit like that (I realize both gens do this). Also, for the love of god the word “core” is so irritating. I can’t understand why zoomers are so insistent on microlabeling every look. Not even trying to hate legitimately, I just don’t get it because it feels forced or gatekeepy sometimes.

No. 334189

>>334132
Nope. I'm a millennial but hate my generation's fashion, zoomer fashion, basically anything made after the 1970s.

No. 334191

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Is this dress cute or hideous? The stock image's colours look kind of like a flashbang but that part of the appeal to me. It's vintage if that somehow helps anons' judgment.

No. 334192

>>334191
It's really nice, to be combined with colored stockings perhaps

No. 334193

>>334191
I still think the dress is nice but please no colored stockings lol!

No. 334203

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>>334191
its pretty awesome, go live your neon dreams

No. 334204

>>334203
>>334193
>>334192
Thanks anons. It's a little big for me but it was cheap so I'm going to get it altered. I quickly googled the brand (Mr Dino) and apparently it's from a small brand that got sold off in the early 70s so that's cool. I'll be wearing it at work so no colored tights for me, I'll probably go nude tights and black shoes to keep the focus on the dress.

No. 334205

>>334191
I think it is just beautiful. No other statement pieces necessary though.

No. 334215

>>334191
This dress is not my style but it makes me feel happy when I look at it. Congrats on the great find nonna!

No. 334241

>>334204
>Mr Dino
just googled and damn those are some wild prints, that's fun.

No. 334255

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I own picrel and it's off-shoulder, does it matter if my bra straps show? I have to wear a bra with it because I have Luna Slater boobs. They're black and embroidered so it's not an ugly 12 euro bra, my hair mostly falls over it too. Just trying to make sure I don't look retarded while thinking it's cute kek

No. 334257

>>334255
I think that’s fine. Some people will tell you no matter what that visible bra straps are trashy. They are wrong. There’s a way to do it right and I think your black on black outfit sounds cute. I assume the blacks match and they’re not super different material.

No. 334258

>>334257
Thanks nonna, my mom told me it looked a bit weird so I got insecure kek. Totally in love with this dress though, it's so flattering. it's from H&M

No. 334272

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>>334255
I think it'll be fine with the bra straps showing. It sounds cute that the straps are embroidered too! Have you thought about using boob tape? Picrel. I've seen a lot of large-chested women swear by it. I've used it two times and it was very comfortable. The hardest part was removing the tape so be prepared to use oil in the shower to remove them. Slightly OT but I get really sore breasts during PMS and I taped my chest up so that the most painful parts of my breasts were supported and it felt SO GOOD. I have never once found relief nearly as effective as the boob tape for sore breasts.

No. 334273

Holy shit I’m so tired of people reselling aliexpress clothes for a huge markup. Literally saw the exact same $5 top from AE being sold for $80 and claimed as handmade by one of those trendy indie arthoe lingerie ig boutiques based in LA.

No. 334274

>>334272
I wanna use boob tape but I’m allergic to the adhesive also I find my boobs are too heavy for it to hold. That pic looks kinda weird why is her boob split in two

No. 334275

>>334189
Zoomer here and same. I hate my generations fashion. I think what sucks most is that everything is mass produced fast fashion so nothing is really original or unique anymore unless you make something yourself or pay someone else to custom make you something. The other thing that really sucks is trends come and go in the blink of an eye. Even if you find a cute top or whatever, there’s 1 billion other girls wearing it, and it goes out of style within a week, so you look behind and late by the time you get it anyway.

No. 334276

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>>334274
Aw that's a bummer, I wonder if there's tape for people with more sensitive skin. Lol her boob looks like that because of the tape. I have b-cups and it does weird things to breast shape because of the way you're manipulating the tissue. Picrel is the same woman on the same day so you can see exactly what she did.
https://streetsbeatseats.com/best-boob-lift-tape-large-breasts/

No. 334277

>>334124
I actually wonder how girls have the balls to wear these outfits outside because when I used to wear anything remotely revealing I would get catcalled and bothered by men endlessly that I started basically wearing sacks and baggy cardigans in public to get men to stop staring. I felt extremely vulnerable and scared in many of those situations and it wasn’t worth looking cute in public at all. I also see girls (especially now that it’s summer) wearing a crop bandeau top that is basically a bra and short shorts/micro mini skirts outside and I wonder how they deal with he constant stares and catcalling and unwanted male attention.

No. 334280

>>334275
I’m sad to see it’s the same in Asia now too. China and Korea are terrible for blink of an eye trends and fast fashion.

Back in the day, like late 90s to early 2010s, Japanese street fashion was much more influential imo, lot of Japanese designers and clothing stores, even the kinda mainstream ones, would only release very limited batches of certain clothes for a short time so less than 100 or 1000 people in the world would own a certain piece.

After Korea and kpop started becoming more globally relevant than Japan I noticed in Tokyo a lot of young women had started wearing really samey kpop type fashion that was very basic bitch, plain and clearly mass produced. It sucked seeing all the diversity and originality of clothing starting to go out of the window.

It wasn’t too long before the same thing started happening in the west as more and more westerners began buying fast fashion from Chinese online stores, and here we are. Sad.

No. 334287

>>334273
I hate that you can't always tell if it's boutiques reselling aliexpress or if it's China ripping off independent designers because they can produce that shit within days now

No. 334317

>>334124
it's weird because where I live comfy clothing was favoured for a long time and you rarely saw any girls dressing sexy but this summer I noticed a bunch of teens either wearing tiny crop tops or super low cut shirts where you can see their bra.
>>334141
this is slightly off topic but the age 18-21 is so weird for girls. Society is obsessed with young nymophomaniacs so as soon as a girl hits this age range people get really weird around her. I hope a cultural shift will come soon that will allow young girls to just be themselves instead of pushing them into a sexy baby role

No. 334319

>>334317
More comfy oversize fashion and sack dresses have been trending here for a while now, but I also noticed some teenage girls in crop tops and short skirts when I was travelling the other day. They looked uncomfortable. I was reminded of myself that age when I felt pressured to dress sexy because of fashion trends, but I did NOT feel ready or comfortable in it at the time I also got harassed by moids as a young girl no matter if I wore covering or skimpy clothes, btw. They're just sick fucks.

No. 334321

>>334191
it's beatiful, i love dresses like this and i wish this silhouette came back more. go for it nona. out of curiosity, is it 60s vintage?
>>334189
>basically anything made after the 1970s
70s had some interesting fashion which got drowned out by tacky garbage, 90s was cool too due to minimalism and 60s/70s revivals coming in many forms and making some cuts and garments actually nicer and more bearable than in original era (especially 70s stuff). But I still find that 60s was last truly great decade for fashion. 70s were start of fall down, synthetics appeared on wide scale and it became more mass market and built foundation for fast fashion.
>>334176
I'm a zoomer who hates both zoomer and millennial fashion, but I find millennial fashion more bearable. Gen X was last generation to have good fashion and revive older decades with own spin on them. Millennial 80s/90s grunge revival was interesting more than zoomer shit though because it was more unique compared to zoom zooms just carbon copying few cherrypicked styles in most pornified manner.
>>334124
I saw girls even younger than this dressing trashily, even in normal areas of my city which is a pretty much small quiet eastern european city. I even saw girls as young as 11-13 wearing pornified """y2k""" shein shit with bra tops… It's just so terrible

No. 334344

Wearing those trendy thick sports socks in this hot weather is retarded and y'all are going to get fungal feet infections

No. 334353

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which one

No. 334354

>>334353
Olive green one

No. 334355

>>334353
Ooh both pretty but I prefer the colour and length of the left one

No. 334360

>>334321
I'm not quite sure as the seller didn't list which year it was from, but the brand only existed from the mid 60s to 70s so it is likely 60s vintage, yes.
>>334353
Are they Zimmermann? Left is more unique, right is more work clothes imo.

No. 334364

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Opinions on the Kibbe body type chart? Would this be good as a starting guideline to find clothes that fit you? (I dress like shit)

No. 334367

>>334364
It's notoriously vague and you have to figure your type out by yourself but I personally like it a lot. It unironically helped me see through my body dysmorphia and realize why certain kinds of clothes look terrible on me and what is more flattering.
A lot of guides out there just have shitty trendy Amazon clothes as outfit suggestions but if you can look at the preferred cut and color it's a great starting point for thrifting.

No. 334368

>>334364
it's a good phase to go through and test out some outfits if you need something to channel your autism into. i got caught up in it because i'm very rigidly science oriented even if i don't believe fashion is about categories and tbh it's kinda fun. i prefer being an autist about colors though.

No. 334369

>>334364
I like Kibbe and it has helped me, but I stay away from Kibbe Youtubers and the man himself. It's really helpful for pinpointing why some clothes look like shit on you even though they fit your body well, which has been my biggest issue.

No. 334370

>>334364
Some people swear by kibbe but I think it's pretty dumb personally, it's just the inconsistent theory of some moid. Plus the fashion recommendations tend to be kind of soccer mom-core. I guess if you have zero awareness of your body shape it could be a decent start but you'd be even better off just taking a full-body picture to get a good idea of your general shape (apple, pear, etc) and trying on a bunch of clothes to see which make you look and feel the best. I dress nothing like how my kibbe type is "supposed" to dress but I still look cute kek

No. 334371

>>334364
I think there's some (some) truth to those guidelines but if you have no sense of style you're not going to get it from abstract guidelines and looking at moodboards with outfits mostly outdated and/or for older women. From what I've read this system isn't really for 20s/30s or so women (which I assume you are)

No. 334375

>>334364
I only looked into it superficially, at first I found it nice because it took into consideration more things than just hip-waist-bust, that affect how your body as a whole look in the end, e.g. head size and shoulders size making you look shorter or taller. But then when it started talking about how "this type wears this, that type was that", it was too restrictive for me and I lost interest. And the pure natural, which was my type, got removed, but I can't be arsed to figure out what I am now, I really feel like I fit the pure natural way more than the other two. And relating to my first point, in regards to height, I don't get why at first have a more holistic approach to body proportions, then say "but only people this tall is this type", it just feels like its defeating the whole point, because the way your proportions work might make you look more or less elongated regardless of how tall you actually are. I hope I made sense, I feel like I'm rambling.

No. 334392

>>331897
these are so cute and this is also why im hesitant to buy any blue shoes. i have a pair of blue converse that I impulse bought from goodwill and thought they'd be quirky for a summer fit but they just dont look good with anything

No. 334403

>>334364
Anyone know why they removed some of the pure body types?

No. 334404


No. 334415

>>334404
I'm blind. thanks nonnita and everyone who responded to me

No. 334439

>>334353
OLIVE FLORAL FOR THE WIN!

No. 334447

>>334353
I absolutely love both but the olive green is slightly too baby poop for me. It would probably still look good in an outfit though.. I vote olive!

No. 334453

>>334118
This is most likely bait but sometimes I feel bad for Gen Z because the trends move so quickly that everything has to be made as cheaply as possible for when it’s inevitably disposed of. Of course millennials had tons of blunders but at least they didn’t have sites like Shein and DollsKill to churn out a bunch of poorly sewn garments. (And I’m talking about average consumers not rich people or celebrities who have unlimited access to designer clothing)

No. 334479

>>334453
we definitely had shein and dollskill back in the early 10s tho, and other similiar websites I don't recall the name of that would be advertised by fashion bloggers. I specifically remember ordering from shein (still called sheinside) because some blogger had ordered a dress from there. We also bought plenty of shit from china from ebay. But it didn't have the sheer matnitude it has today, that's true.

No. 334602

>>334479
do you mean Romwe? I remember ordering from them, today they are just a part of Shein. The problem today is, you can return your stuff, when I ordered something from a Chinese shop, I had to keep or resell it, with Shein, you just return what doesn't fit and most things won't fit. It's sad how no one sees how dirty and destroying the fashion industry is and how the people having to work for it suffer.

No. 334756

>>330850
I should have listened to you and not be stubborn, nonnie kek. I bought a denier 20 stockings and they were very sheer and showed my scars nonetheless so I ended up buying 2 opaque ones: a denier 70 and 80. I spent more money then I should because of my dumbassery

No. 334757

>>334479
Don't forget AliExpress too, it was a thing in my country before Shein or DollsKill

No. 334792

File: 1686512104444.jpeg (504.56 KB, 1125x1918, IMG_B1E9AC6B6756-1.jpeg)

I've been wanting this duster from The Hippie Shake as a light summer overcoat (white wool seems smart) but it's sold out in my size (14-16). I'm on the fence about getting the 10-12 though, I don't know if my shoulders (16") would fit what it says (15.2"). I have a thick coat of theirs I was gifted that is definitely a small that fits fine, but I'm not sure if it's a good gamble. I've done alterations before but not on dusters.
Should I go for it? If not, where can I find other cream/white dusters?

No. 334799

>>334353
the one on the left is more unique

No. 334811

>>334792
This brand is kind of trash anon. I have been marketing-baited into buying their pieces over the years and it's all fast fashion quality, even their cotton garments feel like synthetics or are just janky. It's also all extremely derivative. Just buy real vintage.

No. 334823

>>334811
It just sold out anyway so I think I'm gonna look elsewhere. I've only ever spent money on a supposedly cotton shawl from them and it honestly feels synthetic (but looked good enough). I just moved back to my home country though and not sure where to go for real vintage, I get the feeling a lot of thrift stores here are marking things way up considering what they feel like just because it's trendy at the moment.
Can we trust secondhand buy/sell apps anymore?

No. 334845

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i’m afraid of trying to recreate fits from my carefully curated pinterest board because i might look like shit wearing them and my self esteem is fragile enough as is

No. 334859


No. 334874

>>334845
Where do you live? If you're in NYC I would say go for it but otherwise, in my opinion obviously, don't do it sister. People are going to look at you funny and definitely gossip about you/make jokes about the way you dress. You need to have confidence of steel to dress alternatively like that. If you are set on dressing like this and need some confidence boost, watch Frugal Aesthetic on YouTube. Good luck but don't damage your self esteem because people are nasty as heck and will judge you behind your back.

Maybe recreate your Pinterest outfits in a similar way, but not as "extreme" as the original outfit. Not being rude here, just dont want you to have your self esteem drop even lower bc that shit leads to depression

No. 334875

>>334255
That's super cute nonnie. But buy a strapless bra or get nipple covers. It isn't cute to have bra straps showing, it takes away from the classy prettiness of your dress imo.

No. 334876

File: 1686561706517.jpeg (36.74 KB, 554x554, images (1).jpeg)

Brutally honest opinion on outfits like this for hiking in an extremely hot climate? I'm talking African heat. I want to wear this but I don't want all the middle aged and old women in my hiking club to reject me or think I'm looking got male attention or "dressing like a whore". I just think it's cute but will I look like a dumb Gen z if I wear this? I am Gen z but I'm scared to be stereotypical bc then I'll get judged. My self esteem is easily destroyed.

I would pair it with socks that go almost halfway up my calves and normal running/hiking shoes.

No. 334877

>>334876
Same anon here. I pressed send before I could add, what do you girls think in your head when you see a girl dressed like this while hiking/jogging? I know it's lame but I really don't want people to have a negative opinion of my character due to how I'm dressing. I just think it's so cute and looks comfy and perfect for African heat but not everyone thinks that way

No. 334879

>>334876
If you look like the girl in the pic, no problem. If you're curvier/fatter I wouldn't.

No. 334882

>>334876
Yes you'll look like a dumb gen-z. I know it's normalized with millenials and gen-z (fine by me) but at the same time that's literally a bra you're going outdoors in.

Personally I'd cover up my skin in extreme heat to keep the heat and sun off my skin and I wouldn't wear black either.

No. 334884

>>334876
I don't think you'll look like a whore at all but this is going to be very impractical for hiking in the African heat. You want light coloured and loose clothing, as well as covering your legs up to your ankles or calves to keep the bugs off. Speaking of which, get your vaccinations in order and get checked thoroughly every night before showering. I would also recommend a bucket hat over a cap because it covers more from the sun.

No. 334887

>>334874
why do you assume she lives in america? the whole world doesn't revolve around your backwards country where you can only wear what you want in a megalopolis

No. 334891

>>334876
>>334877
I'd think she's a idiot who's touching grass for the first time. Heat isn't the only issue in hot climates. >>334884 knows better. Cover yourself from the sun. Avoid black and dark colors. There are items specifically designed to stay cool and repel insects. Looking cute shouldn't be your priority, nature doesn't give a fuck and won't be nicer to you because of it. I'm sorry to ask, but do you actually enjoy hiking ? Not gatekeeping but from your tone it kinda sounds like you're doing it for purely social reasons.

No. 334896

>>334876
I think it’s fine, idk what the other anons are so scandalized about, oh no a woman shows skin! Sun protection might be an issue though as other anons said. And if your tights are even a bit chibbier they might chafe in shorts that short while hiking.

No. 334910

>>334896
You think it's fine because you've never been to Africa. You're very very wrong. You shouldn't have commented when you lack experience.
OP, listen to >>334884 >>334891
It doesn't matter how it looks, if you wear the stuff from the pic you will have a very bad time.

No. 334913

File: 1686574751866.png (1.7 MB, 2230x1706, Screenshot 2023-06-12 at 09.00…)

>>334874
>Frugal Aesthetic on YouTube
why did you make me see this youtube page, I hate you lmao

No. 334941

>>334887
Honestly it's so weird seeing anons from places like USA and Canada being so strict with clothes that are somewhat out of the ordinary, I suddenly feel like the thirdworld shithole where I live is so open minded.

No. 334944

>>334845
You're gonna have to wear something on your body so you might as well wear something you like.

No. 334945

>>334941
Americans generally have awful style, Canadians too.

No. 334946

>>334913
nta but I like his videos though it kind of sucks that he abuses wojacks as base templates

No. 334947

>>334913
I know I'm about to hear the shittiest and most pretentious take in my life when I see a wojack in the thumbnail.

No. 334948

>>334946
There's no way that channel is halfway decent.

No. 334949

>>334946
is there any style advice for women on there or is it all men's fashion advice and "nona" forgot lolcow is a girls club

No. 334950

>>334949
it's been a long time since I've watched his videos but iirc most of his vids are either him discussing brands or talking about fashion tips more generally which can be applied to women's fashion too

No. 334951

>>334950
I see. I tried searching his channel for myself and it does look like a lot of "how to wear tshirts and sneakers".
I did enjoy the cringe six year old video specifically for women's streetwear which is mostly him saying what he likes to see women wear lmao

No. 334957

>>334951
Matching t-shirts with jeans and sneakers is very difficult, nonnie.

No. 334958

>>334957
Now I want to watch a beautiful Chinese woman in a rural village meticulously pair jeans and teeshirts with no audio except soothing music and cuts to fields of flowers and misty mountainscapes.

No. 334963

>>334913
NTA, I only watched one of his videos that I liked and it was the one where he wears giant platform shoes for a week and talks about the experience. I'd recommend that one if you're worried about wearing anything "weird" outside because he gives some good advice. But otherwise his videos are all about men's street wear

No. 334964

>>334887
There are actual third world countries where women literally get murdered for going outside alone simmer down weirdo

No. 334982

>>334958
That Li Ziqi drip

No. 335006

I need to get a pair of summer shoes but have no idea where to start.
My style bounces between tomboyish and goth, I like platforms and have chunky legs that look atrocious in flats. I also walk a lot so them being comfortable is a must.

No. 335010

>>335006
Are you looking for open or closed?

No. 335012

This reminded me of this thread kek

No. 335014

I really like the look of Cider's more girly and frilly pieces (I guess it counts as "cottagecore?") but I know everything will be sad ugly polyester in reality. Anyone know of some brands with similar styles that aren't fast fashion? Price range doesn't matter, I'm okay with paying luxury prices if the quality is worth it.

No. 335016

>>335010
I’m indifferent, as long as they are cute

No. 335032

>>334951
him and Fashion Elitist give me /fa/ flashbacks. Like, I don't doubt they have an actual interest in fashion, but I can't believe that wanting to pull certain types of women didn't play a part in its development.

No. 335072

>>335014
check out gaala maybe? their dresses have that cottagecore style. ive personally never ordered from them but they seem to have really good reviews in terms of quality, plus they use fabrics like cotton/viscose/linen/silk.

No. 335403

File: 1686749697038.png (364.63 KB, 1311x797, jewel.png)

Is jewelry a topic for discussion here too? Picked up these Konstantino pieces for relatively cheap recently.

No. 335404

>>335403
pretty but is it cheap metal? it always looks bad irl

No. 335409

>>335404
They're silver. You can find cheap metal ones with similar designs but I agree, they always look like horrible crap in person.

No. 335412

>>335409
>They're silver
really nice nonna. i'll look into it myself because i love those designs

No. 335414

>>335412
Here's their website, anon. https://www.konstantino.com/women

No. 335446

>>335403
wow I really like these! I'd love more jewelry discussion. How did you pick it up for cheap? Do you hunt things down 2nd hand online?

No. 335450

>>335446
Saying cheap is relative since they were still hundreds, but I found these being sold on Ebay by some kind of liquidation/store sample seller. I waited for them to make me an offer on the listings, then counter-offered for half of what they initially offered and they accepted, so there's clearly insane markups. The local jewelry boutique that sells this brand in my area sells similar stuff for double what I paid. And I get it, they have to pay their staff and rent, but it's still a little pricey for me unless there's something I really love.
I don't mind secondhand jewelry. I just clean the pieces after I get them. Better to save up for a beautiful secondhand piece than wasting money on cheap garbage that will just end up in a landfill.

No. 335511

File: 1686786864869.jpg (58.25 KB, 754x714, Shewss.jpg)

For reference I am 5'0" 105lbs. I found a pair of Frye Pippa Short Boots at the flea market this weekend. The fit feels fine, but they are technically a half-size too large and I feel like they look proportionally large on me. I picked out the Pippas because they give me the same vibe as the Engineer Boot, but a little less overwhelming on my smaller frame. (Picrel is a little bit misleading because of the scale of the photos. The Pippas are smaller all around. I included the measurements to hopefully help with that.)
I'm generally going for a Hellbilly/Rob Zombie/Goth Cowgirl look (cringing at having to describe my style this way but it's true), but pretty simplified as I don't want to do too much- I always feel like the center of attention if I dress up too much and I feel like an asshole. I digress. The boots are going to help me achieve this look. The main features being the hardware and the loose/large fit of the shaft in comparison to my leg.
I can't decide if I should get rid of the Pippas and go for the Engineer Boot, since that's really what I want. What if the Engineer Boots are an awkward height though, and it turns out I should have stuck with the Pippas? And if I do stick with the Pippas, I'd want to get them in my correct size, so I'd have to buy another pair and sell the old ones. I like that the Engineer Boot has more hardware than the Pippa, though. I love hardware. The issue is that I'm buying this stuff secondhand, so I may not be able to make returns based on size/fit satisfaction.
Here's a post I made in the Kibbe thread that shows me wearing a boot that I love with an 8" tall shaft and a 12.5" shaft circumference: >>>/g/315293. What should I do?
Also I think I want them in brown because they'll look better on my stubby legs when I'm not wearing long pants, but the Pippas lose the edgy, moto/goth cowgirl effect in the brown color imo. I also realized halfway through this journey that I'd like heavy treads on the sole of the shoe, as it adds to the edgy element. I've been considering getting the Pippas resoled with heavy treads, since Frye boots are able to be resoled. (Is that possible?). I feel like they look like Chelsea boots from the front because of the thin look of the sole, as opposed to big rubber treads. I hate Chelsea boots.
I really wrote this out to organize my thoughts more than anything but I'd love some input. This is such a clusterfuck and I'm in the "manic" stage of my cycle so it's all I can think about kek
Delete + reposted to add some things I forgot & formatting

No. 335513

File: 1686787560335.jpg (105.74 KB, 1249x580, image (5).jpg)

>>335511
Here they are in brown. The Pippa turns into a Victorian combat boot, which can be cute and have their place but it's not what I'm looking for. Thank you for reading my autistic ramble, it actually did help me come toward a decision.

No. 335601

>>335511
god damn anon that's a wall of text, just try on the engineer boots in store or order from a store that allows returns so you can try them on and compare them to the Pipa boots?

No. 335662

>>335511
I'm sorry this is not on topic at all but while scrolling I thought this was a meme where the left boots are talking to the right boots

No. 335730

>>335601
Kek I know… I was on a roll last night I guess. I ended up buying the Engineer boots in brown for $40 and some heel pads for the Pippas.

>>335662
Lmao it does look like that. If I had more wit atm I would think of something funny, but alas.

No. 335780

File: 1686892435661.png (3.03 MB, 1200x1450, lcmag.png)

>if lolcow was a fashion mag

No. 335834

>>335780
I absolutely love this. NEXT THREAD PIC

No. 335855

>>335780
this is so cute, I love it

No. 335879

>>335780
This is so cute. Did you make this nonna?

No. 335885

>>335780
Yeehaw

No. 335907


No. 335934

I am currently on vacation in the US and they lost half my luggage so I am in desperate need to buy clothes. I found a TJMax yesterday but was very confused by that store as it seemed to be totally unorganized and just bargain bin items? Where the hell can I buy clothes that is not Walmart? I am not in a big city but willing to drive somewhere also please give me online sites to shop at. I am looking mainly for summer clothes, flowy dresses and blouses and skirts. This is a fashion emergency!

No. 335935

File: 1686940528332.png (41.71 KB, 240x414, olive.PNG)

>>334353
Someone drew Elsie in the olive green dress on the doodle board. It's very cute!

No. 335941

>>335934
is there a mall with an Anthropologie or Madewell near you? (Madewell is mostly jeans but they have nice summer stuff in linen every year)

No. 335946

>>335934
If you're in a touristy area there may be some stores that sell clothes (think the type of place that sells crystals and homemade candles), otherwise the only dedicated clothing stores that don't completely suck are in malls. Target usually has some moderately cute clothes too, but shit quality of course.

No. 335957

>>335946
I'd like to avoid Target after the recent controversy of them selling tucking underwear and troon shit for kids. I'll try to find a mall!

>>335941
Sadly both super far away.. I am in bumfuck nowhere. I'll see if they have online delivery!

No. 335967

>>335935
Aah I love that, so cute and nicely drawn!

No. 335980

>>335957
Ok if you use Anthropologie pay attention to the measurements and the model size because all the different little designers have super fucky and different sizing but some of it is good

No. 335990

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>>335907
Fantastic, great taste. If you make more I would like to see them.

No. 336005

>>335780
next threadpic plssss

No. 336052

There’s a hot pink bag I’ve been considering buying but the biggest thing holding me back is that such a bright color accessory would be hard to pull off in fall/winter compared to the summer months. Is this way of thinking out dated? I’m at a point in my life where I’m trying to refine my style a little bit, and I don’t know what fashion rules/guidelines to keep or ditch.

No. 336077

>>336052
>Is this way of thinking out dated?
No unfortunately

And I hate it, everything is naturally dull in winter, I'd love to see a splash of colour on people

No. 336089

>>336052
I’m not really fashionable tbh so feel free to ignore my advice kek, but I also have a loud pink bag that I love and wear all year round. It’s a bit more dressy and smaller than my other bags so I usually wear it for special occasions. Bold colors always work, especially in winter when your outfits/coats are more likely to be darker and neutralish. It’s a nice contrast.

No. 336156

File: 1687052802288.jpg (393.4 KB, 1620x1430, teal guidi.jpg)

>>336052
Depending on the 'hot pink' and other accessories it could work quite easily into winter.
I ended up doing the same thing with my guidi aqua boot and found a few really nice matching scarves through tartan wool producers, etsy & second hand designer pieces. I also got a few acrylic hair clips through etsy custom made so they are metallic aqua-navy duochrome which I can intergrate with my other pieces too.

Post the bag anon, I'd love to see it

No. 336172

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>>336156
It’s from a Ukrainian brand that I stumbled upon called Katerina Fox, from photos and the few reviews I could find their bags are a steal for the price. I know I want to try a bag from the brand and my heart says this one but I’m going to kick myself if I buy it and don’t wear it.

No. 336173

File: 1687061091262.jpeg (70.38 KB, 1125x1082, 37592E20-28A5-4771-BBF8-3513CA…)

>>336156
It’s from a Ukrainian brand that I stumbled upon called Katerina Fox, from photos and the few reviews I could find their bags are a steal for the price. I know I want to try a bag from the brand and my heart says this one but I’m going to kick myself if I buy it and don’t wear it.

No. 336176

>>336172
I think I would go for a different shape (I like the leather briefcase or wide strap cross body on her site) but ask yourself how many items do you realistically own in that shade of pink? How many of those are accessories? How much money do you want to spend making this bag work into your winter wardrobe?
How will this pink go with your staple base colors (do you wear more black grey or brown cream?) Do you wear silver or gold? Is it the color or the style that your in love with? Have a heart to heart with yourself and your bank balance before buying

No. 336193

File: 1687079003123.jpg (265.59 KB, 1536x2304, Bag.jpg)

Any brands that have bags in that basic style? I've looked around but can only find ones that are too small or faux leather. Size should be minimum 40x40cm, the bag needs a zipper, shoulder strap, has to be black and real leather.
Or, if any of you can guide me to books, tutorials or websites that teach you how to sew leather bags with lining, then I would just make the bag myself.

No. 336198

>>336193
Leather (genuine leather) requires specialized tools though, you can't just use your regular sewing supplies, you willing to make that investment?

Anyway I think Manfield has bags like that

No. 336200

>>336193
https://makeityoursthelabel.com/en/product/shopper-bag-sewing-pattern/

This is the only one I know of that you can buy the pattern and have a matching youtube tutorial.

No. 336225

>>336198
I can sew and therefore know that leather is a complete different topic, but I'm willing to learn that and make investments for it, as it would be a long time thing for me. And let's be honest, would be nice to avoid buying products made under horrible conditions.

And thanks for that brand, they have nice bags, will have a closer look later.

>>336200
Thanks nona, never heard of that site, looks interesting.

No. 336663

File: 1687242663650.jpg (23.23 KB, 1000x631, dress.jpg)

nonnas, what are your thoughts on this dress? i want to buy it but i'm having doubts because it's shein & i asked a friend what she thinks & she said it looks like french maid lingerie/fetishwear (barf.) does it really? i'd rather not wear it if so.

No. 336671

>>336663
It does lean costum-y imo though I personally think it comes across more faux preppy than french maid-ish. I also don't like the length of the sleeves but that's another matter. Idk if the two pieces are attached (you never know with shein) or if you can remove the blouse because I think it'd be okay with a different blouse.

No. 336673

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>>336663
why would your friend think that? the dress reminds me of pic rel

No. 336677

>>336663
Rather than get it from SheIn you could get those components from much better quality places and still create the same outfit. You want a button up strapped dress, a puffy sleeve top and pretty much anything can be used for the bow. It'd look 1000x better and then you could use those items of clothing for other outfits.

No. 336701

>>336663
imo it's very cute but >>336677 is right, you could get better quality separates rather than a cheap onepiece. It doesn't look like fetish wear at all, it's a fairly popular style currently.

I've never ordered anything from this brand so idk what the quality is like, but I think you would like Sister Jane, I remember seeing a lot of cute blouses like this

No. 336702

>>336663
I had a look at the customer pictures, don't buy it, it looks like a cheap costume. The fabric looks very cheap, thin and it seems to wrinkle fast. On most customers it looks too short and it seems that they forgot that women have a waist, on most people it looks way too straight, giving them a boxy figure. I would follow this advice >>336677 buy a dress (maybe sew buttons onto it, if it doesn't have any), a blouse and a bow and it will look way better and you aren't forced to wear all of that together all the time and can create new style with the pieces.

No. 336917

File: 1687377267602.png (1.2 MB, 1080x810, greendress.png)

Are avant basics still acceptable to wear?

Or, to be more specific, does the house of sunny green dress (picrel) look outdated now that the microtrend with avant basics has passed?

I bought one secondhand recently and I didn't find out what it was until after i had already purchased it. I try not to let trends dictate what I wear but the idea of looking like I tried to follow a trend 3 years late bothers me as much as you would expect :/ I really love the way it looks on me so this has me pretty heartbroken.

Is it as bad as I'm worrying it is or am I overthinking it?(. :/)

No. 336923

>>336917
>I didn't find out what it was until after i had already purchased it
then what do you think the average person you meet irl knows about niche tiktok microtrends. god anon just wear it if you like it.

No. 337020

>>336917
unless you run in highly fashionable circles, like you frequently hang out with people who work in the fashion industry or upcoming designers, models, etc then most people are not going to care. Besides it's always better to wear what looks good on you instead of following trends

No. 337025

File: 1687433339602.jpg (92.21 KB, 936x1404, The Barb Hockney-2.jpg)

>>336917
You like it and it looks good on you, so yeah, you should wear it. I also thought it was a pretty dress before knowing it was a meme, same with the sunset cardigan. Normies would probably feel the same, it's just a nice piece.

I want picrel so bad but it's incompatible with wearing a bra and it makes me seethe.

No. 337027

>>337025
It's also incompatible with sunny weather, I can feel the heated metal burning into my back

No. 337509

File: 1687653936412.jpg (34.24 KB, 912x1277, bg_4432640_100045_m.jpg)

Nonnas, be upfront with me, am I an idiot for buying this?
I've been mulling over it for a while and I'm a sucker for cute accessories, but at the end of the day it's basically a $50 teddy bear keychain made in China.
I just think it would look so cute attached to my bags!
It's the leopard teddy bear keychain by Vaquera.

No. 337512

>>337509
honestly i have 50$ worth of tiny bottle charms on my purse so I probably don't have room to talk, but its pretty cute. if you think its cute then don't feel bad. it's probably like a 10$ value in materials but the leopard print looks good and fashion is about consooming no matter what, so who cares

No. 337568

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>>337509
I don’t think you should buy it for that much money. It’s just… a lot for a bear keychain.
I did just spend $55 on a scarf though, i told myself it’s ok because it’s pure silk.

No. 337571

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>>337509
Wait— this is huge! Now $50 doesn’t seem as crazy. it’s $110 on the vaquera website, I can’t find it for less than $100 anywhere

No. 337576

>>337509
it's gonna be beat up and filty in no time.. do cute accessories you've bought previously still make you happy?

No. 337607

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How shitty is the fake leather on Love Moschino bags? I found this under $100 in an outlet but idk if it's worth it even on sale. I'm debating between this and splurging on a $300 indie designer bag from real leather. But I feel stupid spending that much money on a bag. I can afford it, it wouldn't ruin me but as lower middle class grad student there are definitely smarter ways I could spend money. Like who am I to spend that much on a bag? Life isn't fun without silly little purchases though…

No. 337614

>>337607
Apparantly outlet items are deliberately made lower quality items instead of like lightly damaged, returned or unsold goods, ever since I heard that I don't trust outlets anymore.

No. 337615

>>337607
when I've seen it in person I have not been impressed with the quality

No. 337623

>>337615
Well that sucks but I expected it. All the folds and ruching look like perfect places for the PU material to peel off. Shame, it's cute and perfect size.
>>337614
It's not sold just in outlets but thanks for the warning.

No. 337642

>>337512
I have a bunch of other charms too! If I counted up all the ones I've bought over the years, it'll probably be more than twice the cost of the bear… Thanks for the perspective!

>>337568
Yeah, a silk scarf is definitely more worth it based on material alone! I keep going back and forth partially because I know the cost to make it is probably way less than the cost they're selling it. That scarf is super cute btw nonna, I love the little bear head on the side!

>>337571
It is huge! It was on sale for $52 on bergdorf goodman, but it looks like it's sold out now. Dang…that kinda makes me want to keep it more lol.

>>337576
They do still make me happy, but I also cycle through them so they're not always in use. I think I'd probably force myself to always use it based on price alone, I might hang it up somewhere if I stop using it on my bag lol. I'm OK with having to spot clean it so I think it'll be fine on that front.

Thank you for all the replies nonnas! It's coming in a couple of days so I think if I fall in love with it again at first sight, I'll keep it. But if I still have any doubts about keeping it, I'll return it.

No. 337644

How do you build a capsule wardrobe? I want something I can wear for years and that I won’t get bored of too quickly. I keep seeing stuff like “summer” capsule wardrobe or “winter” or “spring” capsule wardrobes and I don’t get it. How many pieces are necessary for it to be a capsule wardrobe? Is it possible to have a year round capsule wardrobe?

No. 337661

>>337644
I think it’s just a term for clothes that last a long time and are versatile throughout your life (as long as they fit you I guess.) it’s not a precise term.

No. 337667

>>337509
just buy a 5 buck plush charm off aliexpress

No. 337684

>>337644
>Is it possible to have a year round capsule wardrobe?
Wouldn't that depend on your climate? I imagine the bigger the difference between the hottest and coldest months, the less likely you are to take items from summer to winter and vice versa?

No. 337696

>>337607
picture of the other bag you consider buying? And I would go for the real leather bag, I avoid fake leather a all costs because every item I had would look horrible after one or two years and I want to be able to use my stuff for 10 years or more.

No. 337758

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>>337696
The asther ekme demi lune in brown. I love a good, structured tote and this one is stunning imo. It's a boring work tote but the shape is just quirky enough. I'm not a minimalist/wear it for life freak though I just appreciate quality and don't want a bag that will start peeling after a year of use.

No. 337760

>>337758
I like this so much better than the moschino one.

No. 337764

>>337758
that really seems like you're paying for minimalism, the magnetic (?) clasp it has looks tacky but I'd have to see it in person, the fact you can't close it would make me unable to use it as a purse (something would fall out of it every time I put it down). I think it seems very overpriced, that's just me though.

No. 337766

I mainly wear totes without zippers/closure so this would be a step up actually. I don't mind because it's not like I'll be laying down anywhere in public. I agree that it's overpriced, but I have a 60% discount. If I could find a cheaper version I'd buy it but no one seems to be duping them yet. And it's still cheaper than The Row.

No. 337767

>>337766
is it 300 before or after the discount?

No. 337769

>>337767
In the end I found it for $230. It's actual price is $540.

No. 337774

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>>337769
somehow the leather struck me as looking a little thin so I looked up the material and it may be a problem if you want to really get some use out of it. calfskin is delicate as far as leather goes. not trying to talk you out of it. I've never owned calfskin anything, maybe it's not all that bad.

No. 337916

I own a couple off-shoulder things that are amazing during the summer but they're so cold in other seasons even when I wear a cardigan over them. Any ideas on how to maintain the cute silhouette but still keep my shoulders covered? The only thing I've found are shawls but they completely cover the sleeves so I might as well wear another dress.

No. 337939

Nonnies, is it true that at some point all clothes go on sale, specifically at the end of the seasons (esp winter and summer)?

No. 337945

>>337939
What a dumb fucking question

No. 337946

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>>337916
I don't think that's possible without looking stupid

No. 337964

>>337946
Ayrt, I don't either but maybe some wise nonna has a magic trick.

No. 337968

>>337916
Maybe some kind of sheer bodysuit underneath? Or you could even try to find one in your skintone. I don't know if it would keep you very warm though, I don't think off-shoulder is good for winter at all.

No. 337973

>>337939
if this is a genuine question, yes. But there's no guarantee what you want will still be there at the end of the season, if it's something special

No. 337974

>>337968
off-shoulder gives me such anxiety. I have to wear a strapless bra, etc. More power to you if you're lucky and don't need a bra.

No. 338412

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what would you pair with this top?

No. 338421

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>>338412
Jeans like these probably

No. 338457

>>337939
It's not true because some clothes just sell out and then they're gone. The leftovers go on sale and/or get shipped off to some bargain warehouse type place to make room for the new season of clothes.

No. 338460

>>338412
a maxi skirt. maxi skirts look good with cropped tops. plus it's summer so it would be a nice cool/airy outfit and keep the sun off you.

No. 338463

>>327999
why should she wear that ONLY if she's a zoomer? wouldn't it make more sense if she's in her 30s wearing that 'cause that was basically a fashion trend back when she was either a teenager or in her early 20s. just wear whatever you want no matter the age

No. 338479

>>338463
no one said "only" nonnie calm down

No. 338534

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>>335403
Samefag, I bought this brooch too, the site is having a 30% off sale.

No. 338539

>>338463
A 30 year old shouldn't dress the same as she did in her teens or early 20s, that would be so trashy. You're supposed to grow up. Also you have wrinkles and saggy skin.(retarded infight)

No. 338563

>>338539
>wrinkles
>saggy skin
>at 30
Sure if you went to a tanning salon every week and chain smoked since your teens. Otherwise no.

No. 338601

>>338539
You have to be 18 to use this website

No. 338616

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>Literally the only thing I like that's also summer appropriate on dearmylove's site
What the fuck? Why is it so hard to find summer clothes, I usually wear lolita too so it's an even bigger pain in the ass.

No. 338626

i know fatty chans aren’t liked around here but was wondering if anyone has some advice for fatter people (like me lol) it’s so difficult to find something that fits and looks good

No. 338629

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>>338626
Can’t speak for others here but I don’t have anything against fat women or fat women wanting to dress fashionably. The fat positivity movement online has become absurd but that’s online bullshit not real life (usually). Im a fan of fitted waist clothing (specifically like a flowy blouse paired with fitted waist bottoms, or fit and flare dresses — or anything that keeps your general figure but still lets the clothes have their own shape on you if that makes sense) on larger figures and that was comfortable for me but it’s hard to give advice without knowing what kind of styles you like or what your general silhouette is.
It sucks its hard to find real clothes in large sizes and not just styles for thin people scaled up in stretchy bullshit fabric that looks awful, but it’s out there. Accessorizing goes a long way, like a nice scarf or some jewelry and good shoes

No. 338630

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Another image — I like tops like this that tie at the waist or under the bust and otherwise are quite loose and flowing, it looks good if you’re fat or insecure about your upper arms or just have big shoulders and find armholes restrictive but you don’t want to wear oversize tees every day

No. 338631

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>>338626
One more reply sorry I’m not trying to samefag here. specific brand suggestion: check out Nooworks if you like weird prints, they have a large size range and their clothes are well made and their larger sizes aren’t just “scaled up” from a small they actually fit (or they were good last time I bought one five years ago, but they look the same now as far as I can tell)

No. 338732

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Would a belted abaya (like picrel but a bit shorter sleeves) pass for a regular dress? I found a secondhand one by chance and it has a very pretty color and design, looks very airy and comfortable as well.

No. 338734

>>338732
Depending on how you style it, you might look religious or like a medieval larper.

No. 338735

>>338732
This looks amazing but also, get a tonsure

No. 338736

>>338732
I have no idea what an abaya is but it looks like a normal dress to me. Not a nice one but normal.

No. 338739

>>338736
>>338736
Never mind it's a dress muslim women dress in, isn't it? The headscarf should've clued me in. To me it just looks like a belted maxi dress but I rarely see or meet muslim women so I don't really have that context I guess.

No. 338740

>>338734
I'd wear it with a lot of jewelry, some kind of fur jacket and a printed bag, like boho-ish. I think it would compliment the looseness but maybe I'm out of my mind.
>>338735
Kek, just for you nonnie
>>338738
Thanks nonna, the one that's on my eyes is prettier than this one (ruffled sleeves and stuff). I don't even know why I'm making a big deal out of this, if someone thinks I'm muslim that's fine with me. Honestly my area is so muslim-populated, I used to loosely put my scarves over my head when I got cold and there was a noticeable difference with how I was treated even though my hair was still showing.

No. 338760

>>338740
>there was a noticeable difference with how I was treated even though my hair was still showing.
in what way?

No. 338779

>>338760
Obnoxious teenage boys didn't yell anymore, in public transport muslim and non-muslim people were nicer to me and when I went to college I actually made a few muslim 'friends' (more like acquaintances but still) because they initially thought it was a hijab and we got along fine anyway when I told them it wasn't. Strange experience for sure but I can't say it was a bad one. Admittedly my emo phase never truly went away so it might be that I finally looked like I had some sort of community. Sage 4 blog, apologies.

No. 338833

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this is random but do any other anons have a color that seems to get them much more attention/compliments than any other? I pretty much only wear bright colors like pinks neon green etc as that’s just my personal style but since I started working retail full-time I’ve noticed that every time I wear this shade of blue I get tons of compliments/people telling me how pretty I look, even guys hitting on me/asking me out occasionally. Whenever I’m having a bad self-esteem day I always wear it hoping for external validation lol

No. 338834

>>338833
accidentally spoiled kek sorry nonas it’s literally just a blank screen of blue

No. 338836

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am amerifag and thinking of wearing this for Independence Day tomorrow just for the lols, i promise the colors of what I actually own match irl I tried to edit them closer together in picrel. I’ve worn a union jack on the fourth of july on and off since i was a kid solely because i think it’s fucking funny (inb4 britfags im not trying to make an edgy political statement i know the uk is a mess as well) but I haven’t since i started working retail and im lowkey scared a retarded old man will legitimately try to attack me, I’ll probably just play dumb and act like I don’t even know it was supposed to be a flag just that it’s ‘the right colors and cute’

No. 338854

>>338836
It's actually kinda cute. Cringe yet cute. Just be aware that not everyone is going to appreciate your outfit though

No. 338859

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Nonnettes, where would/should/could I wear this dress to and what shoes do I pair it with? In my mind I'm thinking of pairing it with dainty rose gold butterfly earrings, a white headband, and white sneakers or black Mary janes and white socks. Picrel isn't me. Would I wear this to a nice dinner date? Lunch? Honestly I have no idea. I would appreciate advice and styling tips!

No. 338861

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>>338833
Yeah, I have a chartreuse fern green knit that I wear when I'm feeling down as I always get compliments on it. The color makes me happy so perhaps I'm smiling more as I'm wearing something I like

No. 338865

>>338859
looks like club/partywear to me , its cute ! dunno about pairing it with sneakers tho , maybe some strappy heels in a similar color or white? the butterfly earrings ides sounds so cute too. its too dressy for a lunch date imo

No. 338872

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Do anons have recommendations for European brands that sell funky or dumb/cheeky printed tees? Preferably with a colorful base. I can only find H&M level live love laugh slogan tees.

No. 338875

>>338872
Forgot to add that they don't have to necessarily be from Europe, but they have locations or a warehouse in the EU so I don't have to pay ridiculous taxes for a shirt.

No. 338879

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>>338872
there's a fetus mandala shirt I've been eyeing and I know akatako has a european warehouse (you get to pick between USA and Europe before you add to cart) but they don't have a lot of shirts usually https://www.akatako.net/japanese-art/shintaro-kago-t-shirt-fetus-mandala

No. 338885

>>338836
Its cringier than wearing full stars and stripes, cowboy boots and hat with a confederate backpatch

No. 338887

>>338836
I don't think anyone will care unless you write "RETVRN" across the chest or something lol

No. 338898

>>338836
>im lowkey scared a retarded old man will legitimately try to attack me
You realize how retarded a thought this is, right? Why would some old man, someone older than you, attack you for this? Wouldn't they be more likely to get the joke? Because, unlike you, they actually have a brain and studied history? Anon, you deserve to work in retail for the rest of your life with stupidity that rampant.

No. 338904

>>338859
The Adobe Photoshop class?

No. 338909

>>338859
This is a club dress and nothing else. And please don't pair it with mary janes and socks.

No. 338952

>>338898
i live in a pretty conservative area and randomly get boomers who come in and choose to get offended over minuscule shit, I had a woman wearing a Trump shirt call me a whore for wearing low rise jeans on Halloween at my store once. I wore the shirt and it was completely fine though I probably only had like 15 customers the full 8 hour day. Also kek i am the location manager and love my job/employees so I wouldn’t mind working retail for a longer period of time im planning on using my degree and getting a position in corporate in the future though

No. 338956

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>>338833
The blue colour is most likely complimenting your skintone. Like >>338861 said confidence and colour has a effect on how others perceive you.

No. 338970

>>338956
I can’t understand color theory. Can anyone help me out? In that picture for example she looks the same to me; I can see the greens are different but none of them seem to compliment her especially well. Nothing but bold/bright contrasting shades or all b&w appeals to me.

No. 339019

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>>338970
"color analysis" with the seasons etc is half bullshit intended to sell services.

you can become mindful of colors that make your body's coloring appear richer without trying to wade through psuedoscientific bullshit.

I'm very pale with pretty balanced untertones and I have white blonde hair. colors like orange, bright yellow, and many really saturated colors in general make my skin look greyer. cold colors like forest green, cadmium blue make my skin look brighter, so I wear those.

in these two pics of alek wek, this saturated blood orange color complements her skin, while the camel coat and black turtleneck don't do much for her.

No. 339123

>>338970
vidrel, goes into it in depth and I feel like I understood about the concept of why certain colors washes you out, emphasize flaws or how the color wears you instead of you wearing it. Makes sure you have cc on

No. 339153

>>338956
so which is supposed to be the "right" color here? is it bottom right?

No. 339156

>>339153
I think it's supposed to be top left best, bottom right second best, but the unflattering hair makes it hard to guess because it sort of cancels out the "brightening" effect.

No. 339193

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i love late 90s - very early 2000s gyaru style it’s so fresh and nostalgic, i feel like it’s so underrated because everyone is more familiar with 2008-2014 gal that’s more ‘McBling’/Jersey Shore inspired

No. 339220

Any tips for maintaining confidence in my style in a retail job that requires “all black, casual and stylish with a pop of colour in our shoes and accessories”? I usually wear so much colour, lots of layers (skirts over pants; layered shirts), think Vivienne Westwood silhouettes but also sometimes lazy grunge boy aesthetic. I LOVE fashion and expressing myself but I’m worried it’s a bit much for my job. I have facial piercings so I’m already worried they look down on me a little. I’m a recovering NEET lmao my first job in years that’s why I’m stressing
Obviously I want to look professional and I sussed what everyone else was wearing and got some trendy flared work pants, puffer vest (it’s cold here) fitted polo style shirts and a tight black shrug that I can’t decide if I love or hate. I think I was going for all black balletcore lol. but have mostly been wearing oversized black cargos, a turtle neck and a oversized silk button down with an embroidered Chinese pattern on it because it’s from my every day wardrobe and I honestly feel so uncomfortable in the work pants and a nice shirt with a puffer jacket vest. it’s just not me

No. 339317

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Does anyone have any travel capsule tips for a chronic over packer?
I'm hopefully heading to Japan & Korea in Oct-Nov for 4-5 weeks total and will access laundry services. Everything I've watched online seems to still really over packed and I'm going to try "living" out of the wardrobe I make during Australia's winter month.
Current baggage is checked-in 25kg & carry-on 7kg

No. 339333

>>339317
My recommendation isn't specifically about clothes, but weigh literally everything. It helps you prioritize and cut down on stuff you don't need. I use a kitchen scale for small items and lighterpack.com to keep track of it all. Check out /r/onebag and /r/heronebag, they're good resources for light packing.

I'm an Aussie going to Japan in Nov too! Just for a week. It'll be my first trip taking carry-on only, my last trip was 2 weeks and only 9kg in a suitcase so I should manage 7kg.

No. 339365

>>339317
Wear your heaviest items on your person for the plane ride. Your boots, your biggest coat, your thickest pants. Mentally include these items in your wardrobe but when you are packing set them aside because you know you will be wearing them. You can put them in a tote bag for going through security and put them on before you board the plane if that's too much stuff to wear in Australia in Nov.

Now you know you will be warm enough without even worrying about luggage weight limits. Everything else you pack can be thinner smaller layers. Remember you can buy things while you are there! Don't stress about forgetting something.

Not including the outfit I wear on the plane, I pack one extra pair of shoes (very important, something small that you know won't hurt your feet, bad shoes can ruin a trip), 2 pants, 4 tops, one lightweight dress, one pair of tights, and 4 bras + 4 pairs of underwear and socks. For a two week trip, this means I do a small load of laundry 3 times (4, 8, and 12 days after I arrive.) I do wear the pants a couple days each, I don't think that's gross especially in cold weather when I'm not even sweating but your mileage may vary. All this fits in one carry-on size backpack. I have never checked a back for a two week trip.

My essential toiletries fit in a ziplock back not including the hair brush.

I don't know if you're doing a lot of shopping but if you are, you can purchase luggage or a backpack while you are there and fill it with all the cool stuff you get on vacation, then check that bag on the way home.

No. 339366

>>339220
It doesn't have to be 'you', it's work, you've gotta seperate 'you' from the work you're unfortunately obligated to do to function in this society.

No. 339384

>>339220
In retail jobs I used to dress very plainly for the first 3 months or so, then start adding things back in until I was fully decked out in my usual garb. Worked for me because by that time I had shown them what a workaholic I was and no one ever seriously complained about my clothes. I also never wore a uniform that wasn't provided for me by the business. I'm not buying myself a uniform, if they want a uniform to be worn they have to buy it. All black casual stylish with a pop of color is weird, they can't be serious. What store is it?

No. 339386

>>339317
It’s a bit boring, but it helps to have an idea in mind for every piece that you pack. Plan your outfits out in advance, look ahead to what activities you’ll likely be doing, think outfits that can do double duty. Each separate piece should work with another.

No. 339398

>>339317
32kg of luggage. That's so freaking much, you could probably cut that down by half and not miss anything. For context I did three weeks in japan with a backpack weighing 9kg (this was in summer trough).
Decide beforehand how often your going to do laundary, and bring that number of tops and undies. Other pieces of clothing you won't need more than one or two of.
It's easy to get wrapped up in a million scenarios where you might need something,
but your not going into the desert and when you realize you need something you can just buy it there.
With that in mind you should leave some space in your luggage to fit the stuff you forgot and the souveniers you want to bring back.

No. 339430

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>>338626
Impressions boutique (picrel) has a pretty extensive curves/plus size section. I'm not plus size so I can't attest to how any of this will fit you, but I think all of these outfits would look nice on anyone. Also prioritizing taking the time to style your hair, and tying your outfit together with accessories also always helps.

No. 339438

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>>339333
>>339365
>>339398
Thank you so much for the input! I think at this stage the biggest hurdle is figuring out shoes as we're planning on doing some day hikes (nothing extreme; grade 3 under 10km MAX) and on previous holidays I've rolled ankles attempting to do them in sneakers.
I've got two pairs of lug-sole boot's which I've hiked in multiple times which don't read as hiking boots when worn casually and two outers which both pack down small.

I guess I'm just over-thinking this as the last time I travelled with friends and it didn't go well (they all planned outfits to go out to a really fancy dinner and clubbing afterwards and I just brought hiking/back packing clothes) I guess I just want to look a bit more polished this time around (and I'm going with different people so again I'm over thinking it.)

No. 339439

>>339438
I forgot to add that the black sling bag & black shoes are my base items. The folding tote is for carry-on for the trip back to pack any purchases into and the folding green backpack is just a great size for day-trips or even carry-on for the trip back. The blue long champ bag is bigger in total volume though but I appreciate options when my shoulders ache

No. 339441

>>339438
You can always stop in at Uniqlo or wherever to get suitable cheap clothes if you have to do something unexpected.

But yeah shoes are always the hardest, especially if you're like me and are like 1 size bigger than the typical Japanese shoe sizes and can't buy anything when you're there. It's so hard to find shoes that are a) lightweight b) comfortable and c) cute/match your clothes.

No. 339447

>>339430
I see no design here beyond let's dress them in tents

No. 339448

>>339220
I'd try to find something other than a puffer vest to keep you warm, but idk what environment you're in where that is necessary. I know they are popular but I've never worn one and never think they look good.* I'd be sad all day in a puffer, no hate to people who like them. What about other knits instead? A warm blazer or cape?

For "pops of color" (is this 2010?) I would personally concentrate more on makeup (if you are good at it and it's allowed), hair accessories or hairbands (I have a medium-length pixie and still wear hairbands sometimes), and jewelry. Shoes are expensive to buy just for color so idk what you already have at home. Personally I tend not to buy colored shoes (aside from dark red) but perhaps you have a kaleidoscopic shoe wardrobe. It used to be popular for girls in my country to wear scarves but I am really picky about whether this looks good or not, it can look dated (if you care about that%).

*For reference, I like whimsical and elegant clothes when possible, and I wear a lot of black & rich brown, not together usually (kek) but as a base for other things & bc brown is a great color for me.

%I don't care that much about things being dated, personally; I reject some silhouettes that I tried purely bc they were trendy, but if I like something, why not wear it? I just hated a lot of the "shlubby scarf over every shirt" and giant uggo necklace looks from the early '10s. Obviously I'm preaching to the choir bc it sounds like you have a defined style and just need help adapting it for work. Remember you can wear whatever you want when you're not working.

No. 339454

>>339438
personally I would only bring one outer and one pair of boots, only because I know myself and will wind up wearing one the whole time while the other sits in my bag. that did fuck me over once though, I don't know what happened but my usual boots suddenly caused me horrible foot pain (could have discovered that by wearing them on a hike before my trip, but I hadn't worn them in months). unless you're hiking somewhere wet and need to rotate boots each day to keep dry

No. 339461

>>339441
Wait uniqlo is considered cheap?

No. 339464

>>339366 sorry but that sounds depressing as fuck and isn't how I approach any work that lets me have freedom in my expression. Used to work at pubs with no dress code/a little punk even and one of the best things was getting to go to work feeling like myself and having genuine interactions with people because i'm not trying to be a robot. The workplace has emphasized we are free to be ourselves and while i may be anxious about being too myself, I don't want to separate myself entirely 3-5 days a week

>>339384 I think this is my plan!! slowly building up my regular wardrobe but in black and incorporating more layers. it's a bougie asf specialty teashop. my tinfoil is they're too cheap to do us uniforms but i also can't think of many retail stores near me that aren't Target that actually have uniforms

>>339448 I keep getting mistaken for a 22 year old (I'm 26) when I wear the puffer jacket which is fair because my 21-23 year old workmates wear them. I'm on the hunt for black knits it's just been hard to find something i really like, but that's me being fussy. I've been putting a 'pop' of colour in my eyeshadow but i think you're on the money with hair accessories too!I think i really need to get a pair of shoes that aren't the basic bitch platform sneakers (that my mum got me specifically for work, bless her for spotting a sale and thinking of me but they're not helping) because I can't pair them with dresses or tight pants cus I HATE the high top. I wore a scarf for half a shift but it was totally dated looking

No. 339666

Where do you guys get underwear from? I’ve been going to VS/Pink for years because I like the comfy boy shorts and the no-show thongs, but I’m also kinda stuck in 2016 so just wondering if there is a better option.

No. 339669

>>339666
I dislike thongs and don't care for underwear to look "sexy", it has to be comfortable, so right now I'm buying Schiesser Invisble Soft stuff, never had anything more comfortable before and it doesn't show at all. They also have thongs, so maybe something for you, if it's available in your country. I can't compare it to VS, never had anything from them.

No. 339711

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>>339666
Aerie, but the quality has declined somewhat from years ago. I guess I am still happy with some of the stuff I picked out, just the 100% cotton ones seemed to fade much faster than other cotton pairs I bought in the past.

I buy mostly boybriefs and bikinis. All their seamless and "real me" stuff looks invisible under clothes and I find it comfortable. I like that it doesn't lose elasticity over time and stays in place when I'm working out. I like this cute little star pattern (picrel) on an otherwise normal and tasteful pair of underwear. I have that in a few solid colors. Their lace stuff is all not scratchy and has held up pretty well. It's best to wait for a sale, they have regular deals on underwear.

Yes they also sell a few dumb items, but the rest of it I'm happy with and will continue to stock up when in the US bc I don't like my options in this country very much at all.

No. 339712

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>>339666
10 pack of hm mens boxer briefs. Cheap as fuck, comfy, doesnt ride up your ass, yet makes your ass look surprisingly god and are pretty seamless under clothing. The dick space doesnt stick out or anything either, its flat in the front. They're also perfect under short skirts.

No. 339715

>>339712
what size do you get compared to your size in women's?

No. 339723

>>339715
I feel like they are pretty much the same size as womens. When I was a small I wore a small, now I am a medium and wear a medium. They have a lot of give too, so you dont need a perfect size match.

No. 339735

>>339711
I used to love aeries cotton no show cheeky underwear but they don’t make them anymore. They were perfect- no lines under anything and a seam in the back and just were perfect for me. I ordered a vs pack off Amazon and they are so unflattering. They have elastic around the legs which gives me the worst lines and they make me look like I’m wearing a diaper. I like some of skims underwear (only ordered them for a lingerie set and a guy stole the matching bra and he won’t give it back) but their underwear is honestly really pricey. Suggestions?

No. 339766

>>339712
that's… that's not a bad idea I may get this myself lol. Fuck paying a crapton for basic underwear because it had a tiny strip of lace or something

No. 339769

>>339712
The 10 pack is like 67€, but I love the idea. Been looking for something similar for ages now, completely forgot you can get mens underwear. I'll have to wait for a sale lol

No. 339777

>>339666
Sloggi.

No. 339787

>>339769
67 euro for a 10 pack of underwear???????? Istg buying individual pieces or 2 packs can be cheaper

No. 339796

>>339769
>>339787
Its cheaper where I live also a single pair of underwear here cost like 15-20 euro

No. 339804

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>>339712
If you have thick thighs with hip dips these just roll up your legs as you walk and make extremely visible and uncomfortable panty lines.
I really like this style which I get from costco in 8 packs for under $20. Can't imagine spending more than that on undies tbh.

No. 339821

>>339193
Me too. I miss when fashion was fun. It feels like people are too worried about their bodies or looking “stylish” to really express themselves anymore.

No. 339879

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Nonnies, I am so hung up on the idea of buying a replica. I absolutely love the Hermes Lindy and have for years, but don’t have the funds for an authentic one, even a used one. Even if I did have the funds, I’m not sure if I’d be comfortable spending that amount on a bag. It’s so tempting knowing there are great quality replicas in at very reasonable prices, but I’m just so stuck on the idea that somehow I won’t look right with the bag even though I just really love it’s design. I feel even stupider for feeling like this because I can say with confidence in the area I live most people wouldn’t even notice this bag as a designer bag or luxury bag, dupe or not.

No. 339896

>>339879
I would skip a replica with any fake Hermes logos and just buy a dupe/knockoff for the style.

No. 339906

>>339879
don't buy dupe/knockoffs, that's the trashiest shit you can do on earth even pathetic if you MUST get it a replica at least has the effort and quality a dupe does not. A better thing to do, specially when you are not sure about doing a big investment on a bag, is to find a bag that emulates the colour, size and if possible shape from a brand that isn't as expensive. That way you are not making a huge commitment and you're still getting a nice bag.

No. 339911

>>339879

Hello nonny I used a Chinese go between service to order some knock off Prada boots a few years back.
They are fantastic, very cheap maybe $80 for the services + shoes + delivery, they look exactly like the real thing and came with all the accessories that come with the original shoes. I would recommend this option, however it's VERY ANXIOUS waiting for them to arrive and not knowing if customs is going to stop your package! I hope this helps, let us know what you decide to do.

No. 339912

>>339666
lisca, if you can find cotton plain black or nude ones nonny. i had mine for years and shit is indesctructible

No. 339915

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Are Snag Tights/Better Tights/Whatever other premium brands out there actually better than standard old any-label tights? I kind of want to try them because the crotch is always too low for me, and they wear out very quickly. I'm wondering if anyone has found these "new" brands to fit/wear better. Are they worth being x3 - x5 the highstreet store price?

No. 339918

>>339879
I'd buy a replica without the logo personally. I find anything with a logo (real or not) tacky.

No. 339921

>>339896
>>339918
I’ve seen a lot of places to buy reps w/o a logo, I would def do for that rather than one with a logo
>>339906
Alas, every bag I’ve seen that is “Lindy-inspired” just doesn’t check all my boxes the way the Lindy does.

No. 339927

>>339921
Yeah just do it. It really doesn’t matter and the majority of people can’t tell the difference. Honestly even if someone interrogates you about it for whatever reason there’s no shame in admitting it. Some fashion houses nowadays even complain about how good replicas are getting.

No. 339931

>>339927
Not surprising considering most big name luxury houses are using the lowest grade leather available for a lot of their products. People are getting duped buying those bags tbh.

No. 339948

>>339931
There's a youtuber who cuts shoes in half and analyses their quality, he works with leather so he's judgy about leather quality, but he pretty much only does male shoes. I wish there was this kind of stuff for female articles, not just shoes, but clothes and purses too. I'm not rich so I'll never own goods from a luxury brand, but I'm curious, would be cool seeing someone dissecting them and showing what's good or not.

No. 339949

>>339448
>For "pops of color" (is this 2010?)
Can you or anyone elaborate on this? Are 'pops of color' not just …normal styling? How do pops of color go out of style

No. 339952

>>339918
>>339921
>>339911
Anyone know where to get a Givenchy Pandora replica without the logo?

No. 339953

>>339948
a youtube channel like that exists for women's luxury bags I just don't know the name of it. You can probably find it if you search for it.

No. 339960

>>339953
never mind it's Tanner Leatherstein. I don't know how reliable it is or anything, just saw a couple of shorts from that channel before but it might be worth checking out.

No. 340334

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What color of hat or headscarf goes well with this hair color? I leave most of my hair out, the only colors that look good with it are red, brown and green. I want to branch out a bit but I don't know with what, I don't want to wear black ones because it's so similar it kind of clashes. Hair is black in the dark, brown in the sun with pale yellow toned skin

No. 340337

>>340334
Deep emerald green. Red.

No. 340338

>>340337
>>340334
Lmao sorry, my brain omitted the part where you said
>the only colors that look good with it are red, brown and green

No. 340346

>>340334
deep blue, purple

No. 340360

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>>340334
jewel tones?

No. 340361

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>>340334
my friend has your hair color and she wears semisheer scarves with floral/intricate prints or silk scarves with a mix of colors on a dark background. it looks good on her. she has a lot of scarves so it's hard to post an example, I think a variety of patterns would look good. she doesn't do bold and blocky/geometric patterns she wears more intricate prints. the simplest pattern she wears is probably this evil eye scarf but she might just wear it around me because it was a present I gave her lol (it does look good with her hair though)

No. 340364

I really like boho/70s throwback fashion with poet shirts and bell bottoms but I think I'm too short/fat to really make it work. Are there any other airy, light, natural kind of styles out there?

No. 340399

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>>340364
I think soft flowy dresses would look really nice from how you describe your figure, also flowy pants would perhaps fit you better than bell bottoms and still look kind of whimsical (wouldn't wear it with a shirt though, maybe a band tee or crochet top?). Personally I really love childofvenusandmars' style (she's on youtube, can't put a video but she has some lookbooks and inspiration for that time period). It always takes time to adjust to a new style so don't be sad if it doesn't look amazing right away.
>>340361
Thanks nonna! I usually wear babushka scarves like picrel and I love them but I'm not from Eastern Europe so they're quite expensive to get here sadly. That scarf is absolutely gorgeous though oh my god!
>>340337
>>340346
>>340360
Thanks nonna's! The color chart is especially helpful, they look super flattering.

No. 340400

>>340399
Thank you, nona!!

No. 340404

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damn, clothes are cheap in new jersey.

No. 340626

Weird question, but what does it mean if I have clothing that I think does look nice on me, but I don't like it? I'm going through my wardrobe and some things do fit me well and make my figure look nice, but I still just don't click with them. Do I throw them out? Force myself to wear them to at least get to the bottom of my feelings?

No. 340628

>>340626
ideally you would figure out why you don't like them so you don't buy them again. I personally wouldn't throw them out because I don't like throwing out clothes that are perfectly good, but it's kind of situational like if you know you're never gonna wear them you might as well give them away.

No. 340631

>>340626
This is like asking why you don't like the taste of brussels sprouts or something lol. You don't have to have a deep reason behind not liking a piece of clothing. Just wear what you like. Or wear what flatters you. Or both, it's up to you.

No. 340633

>>340631
that's fair. Basically, I've just been wearing hand-me-downs or clothes I find in freeboxes for the past few years, and now I'm trying to actually curate a wardrobe that's more to my taste. I'm very new to clothes, hence the question.

>>340628
great idea on figuring out why I don't like them. I also don't like throwing away good clothes but some of these items I haven't worn in at least a year.

No. 340640

>>340633
personally I wait two years before I discard clothing but after that unless it has serious nostalgic value I just get rid of it. don't throw it in the trash though, give it to a second hand shop or a charity. I don't have a lot of clothes so I'm not in danger of hoarding or space issues.

No. 342730

I got 2 lovely sparkly dresses from Guess but where the hell do I wear them? They're light pink and light blue. I don't have friends and don't go to parties or clubs..

No. 342736

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Good afternoon ladies :))) I recently found this brand called Fioralace and their shit looks super cute. It's also at huge discounts right now. Thing is that for a company that's been around since 2012 I can't find any info about them online. I reverse imaged searched picrel and it took me to a website called Jonas Daley so do you guys think it's a scam? Does anyone know any British brands that sell this kind of fashion? Thanks a lot!(:))))

No. 342742

>>342730
Can you dress them down and wear them casually maybe?

No. 342747

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>>342736
The fact that everything is on sale makes me think it's definitely a scam. Notice all the photoshopped models posing like social media influencers… defo a scam, they probably just scraped those images off weibo. Reverse-image-search some of those corsets and you will find them listed under various names on similar shitty websites (picrel). If not a straight up scam it's at least some mass-produced bullshit and it's going to be a shitty corset.
And finally I'm sorry but a good corset costs more than fifty bucks and requires custom measurements, the fact that they're supposedly a company specializing in corsets for over 10 years but they don't even offer custom means it's bullshit.

No. 342748

>>342742
I'm not sure how since they are sparkly all over..

No. 342749

>>342730
just wear them around your house then. have a fancy day.

No. 342750

>>342736
I also saw this set and wondered the same thing. There is another store called Lacemade which sells the same items and this one actually has reviews if you want to see what the items actually look like. I believe they are just overpriced aliexpress/taobao resellers. The discounts aren't real.

>>342730
Well, why did you buy them ? You could go see the Barbie movie in the pink one, kek. More seriously, I also have more formal clothing that I have use for and sometimes I just wear them out in the street like that for shit and giggles, try that if you live in a decently safe area. Not much else to do with useless fancy pieces besides reselling them.

No. 342752

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anyone else that's cool toned that likes how gold jewelry looks on them more than silver?

i'm 100% cool toned, but silver just looks kind of meh to me. maybe it's my preferences, but a cool-toned shirt (like a deep pink) and gold jewelry (so warm + cool) looks so good. maybe it's the warm gold contrasting with cool skin.

No. 342755

>>342747
Think it might be a dropshipping scam. A lot of people mass purchase knockoffs from aliexpress, use the same picture aliexpress(the original aliexpress copied from) and sell the fakes for inflated prices.

No. 342758

>>342736
Of course that's a scam, you can't shop handstitched clothes for ZARA prices.

No. 342761

>>342750
I was tipsy and I loved them and my bf offered to buy them for me. But yeah might just wear them for a walk in the park or something lmao. Maybe he can take pictures of me from behind so you can see the nice dresses with some nice nature? Although wearing a sparkle dress in nature might also look weird lol

No. 342762

>>342761
Why not wear it to a meal out in a restaurant?

No. 342764

>>342761
no don't post picture of yourself here. but I'm curious what they look like so if you wouldn't mind could you look the dresses up online and post an image? how sparkly are we talking?

No. 342810

>>339915
I have a few pairs from Snag Tights. I really love that they come up to my natural waist, which is more comfortable to me. I don't think they're much more durable than cheaper tights, but they're worth it if your preference is for truly opaque/high waisted tights.

No. 342830

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>>342762
I have eating problems and don't eat with other people. No way I'm going to a fancy restaurant in a glitter dress.
>>342764
I don't mean post them on here, I mean post them on Instagram or something. I tried looking them up before but couldn't find them.. here's a picture of the fabric.

No. 342832

>>342830
Then just wear them at home when you want to feel fancy for your bf since going out seems impossible.

No. 342833

>>342830
oh, cute! it's just a knit dress with some shimmer. I don't think it's too sparkly, you could wear that almost anywhere as a casual outfit.

No. 342836

>>342833
They're super sparkly, the picture doesn't capture it very well unfortunately. But yeah might just say fuck it and go out casually like this.

No. 342838

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So I bought a highwaisted skirt online (not picrel) and when it came in I noticed it has straps on either side of the waist, and I'm honestly not sure what you're supposed to do with them? They're not long enough to go back around and then tie it in the front, so do I just tie them in the back or something?

No. 342843

>>342838
They might just be for hanging the skirt up on a clothes hanger?

No. 342844

>>342838
if theyre attached inside the waistband that's for hanging up the skirt. I always rip them off though because they annoy me when I'm wearing the skirt. if they're attached on the outside that's weird. it's also weird you can tie then in the back but not the front…

No. 342847

>>342843
>>342844
They're on the outside. I can tie them either in the front or the back but the straps aren't long enough to cover both sides, does that make sense? I'm not sure what theý're there for, it just kinda looks weird either way I feel like.

No. 343240

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anyone have work clothing ideas? my dress code is long sleeves and long bottoms (so jeans/pants/long skirts). it's not an office job so nothing too smart. i also want to retain a little bit of my personal style, but not a ton and certainly not enough to stick out too much. any ideas?

No. 343276

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>>343240
fashionjackson.com/fall-capsule-wardrobe/

Depending on what your regular wardrobe is like, I would find a way to adapt it to this casual work wear capsule wardrobe.

It's just a base line so obviously adapt it to your preferred colours or statement/personal style pieces your really like.

What's your normal style like?

No. 343277

>>343276
I forgot to add but if you follow the website & capsule layout you'll get 83 outfits

No. 343634

My body is completely flat and straight, no hips or ass, should mom jeans/straight leg jeans fit me? I ordered a few but they fit horribly. I don't fit in skinny jeans because the crotch and ass area is always too big and folds and makes noise when I walk.

No. 343906

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Does anyone have experience with dying clothes? Is this salvageable or do I toss it

No. 343909

>>343906
What color are you trying to dye it? I dyed my faded black work coat (black dye, it was graying) and it worked great except for my own dumb mistake. I used a 5 gallon bycket and it was not big enough to stir it continuously like the instructions said, so I didnt. Where the dye took looks great, brand new. Where it didnt was still gray, so it came out splotchy. It wasnt hard to do, andI am going to do it the right way again this winter. I just wore the splotches last year cuz I was mad and didnt care to try again, it was a heavy work coat anyway kek. But this year I think I wanna try again before I wear it regularly. I just used RIT dye, nothing fancy.

No. 343923

>>343906
As long as its natural fibers you can dye it. I just chuck it in the washing machine, always comes out even as long as I've used enough dye.

No. 343992

>>343906
This looks like a very nice dress, nonna, don't toss it!! Read somewhere that putting salt in your wash cycle can restore the brightness of the clothes, but never tried it myself

No. 344191

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does anyone have a fashion item they really wanna splurge on or are saving up for?

for me it’s the summer bundle in rose degrade by louis vuitton.

i posted it in the ‘things we want now’ thread in /ot/ but i wanna know other fashion nonnies’ wants too.

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No. 344193

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No. 344199

>>344191
Givenchy Pandora

No. 344260

>>343634
I'm similarly shaped and they fit me, if it fits bad try other brands or size down/up. Measure yourself at home and make sure to check the brands sizing on their site to learn which size you are before you buy. Make sure to buy pants that are a little elastic esp on the waist, those will hug your body better. I feel straight bodies like ours fit straight jeans well, skinny looks fine as well although it's a bit outdated.

No. 344277

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>>342838
Is it supposed to be like a suspender skirt or something?

No. 344278

>>344191
Oh I need this

No. 344555

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>>326451
i did the tests to check what colors suit you and it gave me 'soft autumn' and all of those colors are so ugly on me and make me look really washed out lol
can't even take a quiz right

No. 344785

I want to get some warm hoodies for fall/winter, any brand suggestions? I don't normally buy this casual stuff so idk where to look.

No. 344788

>>344555
If it washes you out you need more contrast (deeper or stronger colors). Tell me your natural hair color anon

No. 344797

>>344555
I'm not a fan of most of these colors despite being somewhere between an autumn, a winter and a summer depending on who you consult. Most people are between seasons.

Wear whatever colors you want, nona, there's no absolutes to these charts being 100% accurate and you can change your season when you change your hair color

No. 344820

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>>344797
>You can change your season when you change your hair color
Not true at all, if you're have very dark hair (prolly winter), you're going to look washed out with a blonde/ pastel dye, high contrasted people look sickly on dusty colors

No. 344835

>>344555
Where did you take this test? I looked at that website but didn’t see it and also the website is horrible (aggressive about getting money via “yes I’m ready for my palette!” buttons that ad a $40 service to a checkout page lol)

No. 344846

>>344785
Minus33 is great if you don't mind spending a lot and want to be very warm.

No. 344858

>>344820
Well the goal is to go with the right shade. Black and red will objectively look better on me than blonde despite the bullshit analysis that autumns don't suit black

No. 344906

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Reposting my question from /ot/ as a kind anon instructed:

Does anyone have store recommendations for alt / grunge/ goth clothing and shoes? The stores I know of (like Disturbia and Dollskill) all sell overpriced low quality garbage.

No. 344930

>>344906
"alt / grunge/ goth" were all based in DIY culture, second hand items, hand-me-downs and vintage (30+ years old) clothing. None of them were originally based around a brand/brands, they aimed for the opposite, that's why they were called "counter culture". What you're looking for is "mall goth", so try hot topic or anything black at Walmart.

No. 344945

>>344930
I just knew somebody "holier-than-thou" would respond to that request lol, we get it youre a true alternative because you DIY your ugly shit and buy overpriced vintage stuff on vinted

No. 344958

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>>344945
nta but she's kinda right. unless you want to go indie-couture, like full on Mother of London (pretty sure they're out of business but I couldn't think of another example) all you're gonna find is mall goth stuff and dollskill. it's better to try thrifting/Ebay and just curate your own flavor of goth/alt. you can probably find some good shops on Etsy but etsy has been getting more mainstream lately and there's a lot of mass-produces resellers on there lately so be careful. I was just looking through some people who reviewed old mother of london stuff and found this if you wanna start somewhere, some of it looks interesting https://www.etsy.com/shop/Metamorphoza

No. 344960

>>344945
just thought of something that's kinda like dollskill if they actually sold quality items
https://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtificeClothing
https://www.artificeclothing.com/collections/jackets-capes/products/victorian-lace-overlay-jacket
(I think they sell premade stuff on etsy and more custom stuff on their website)
it's not remotely every-day wear (a lot of it is PVC) but it's definitely alt and I can vouch for the quality.

No. 344961

>>344945
Well do you want low quality mass produced clothing or do you want to curate something unique that looks nice? You can go to goodwill or use mercari and ebay and find quality pieces, what's the problem with that?

No. 344963

>>344961
NTA but good luck with thrifting these days. Everything is jacked in prices and picked over. Nothing good ever shows up in-store anymore, it gets sold online immediately.

No. 344976

>>344906
Dangerfield/Black Friday

No. 344983

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>>344976
need this

No. 344984

>>344983
Frogs? Great frogs though some of them are ripped from old timey nature illustrations, like the red toad

No. 344993

I have an extremely cute strappy cami I want to wear but I have no idea how to style it because I don’t really like wearing spaghetti straps or showing any skin. Any cute outfit ideas nonas can suggest? I’ve seen people pairing camis over long sleeve shirts but I’m not the biggest fan of that look personally. And for the record I like Japanese fashion like fruits magazine stuff (but not much flesh on show)

No. 345072

>>344993
Do you have a picture?
Otherwise I always layer mine with the idea of either my top or bottom section being form fitting. Otherwise:
https://wear.jp/women-item/?type_category_id=112&category_id=2041

No. 345073


No. 345079

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>>344993
could you incorporate a shrug over the shoulders? (picrel for example, not this exact thing but something like it), or a little bolero type jacket maybe.
personally I would probably wear a large flowy sheer blouse over it

No. 345103

>>344958
I looked at Etsy and it's almost impossible to find anything that isn't fake vintage clothes. Can we have some recommendations from our local nonitas? Or is eBay better? I see a lot of interesting pieces of clothing but IDK where to start.

No. 345127

>>344945
>>344906
Well tbf a lot of those goth/alt brands have greatly declined in quality and often times they charge an insane amount of money for clothes that you could have literally bought from a normie store. As long as you know what you like technically you can craft a gothic looking outfit without ever touching an alt store. I'd only buy from such stores if you want something super specific.

No. 345129

>>344906
You can find goth/alt shit in regular stores if you're willing to look past how it's styled by the store. You don't need to shop at alt stores to shop for alt outfits. Sometimes I wonder if some of you genuinely can't see a piece of clothing for what it is and what it could be outside a pre-determined style or aesthetic.

No. 345150

>>345129
Agreed, the most important part is picking out individual pieces and styling yourself. No need to shop all at one place. Lacks creativity. Also it's easier to buy pieces that'll go with your other pieces.

No. 345320

>>345150
>>345129
>>345127
I've actually been doing this, I pick out pieces I like in normal stores and thrift stores (like everyone does). I do enjoy DIY'ing stuff as well.

Sorry to everyone who I upset, I'm not part of any subculture groups nor do I intend to be, I'm out of the loop and I wasn't aware there aren't any stores REAL subculture people frequent. I just like to have the tiniest ""alt"" (for the lack of a better term) vibes. If the quality wasn't so shit, I'd like to sprinkle in some pieces from the mall goth stores and not try to claim to be part of the culture at all. I'd like to be a goth the same way La Croix is a fruit.

No. 345506

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>>326451
hello nonnies, do you have any tips for online store to buy clothes similar to picrel? i mostly shop second hand as that's where the original and best vintage items are but i was wondering if anyone knows any stores that have clothing items similar to this.

No. 345508

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whats a good everyday black leather bag? something similar to picrel

No. 345509

>>345508
genuine leather?

No. 345511

>>345509
not necessairly , but vegan leather doesnt really hold up over time as well as geniune

No. 345513

>>345508
search ebay for "vintage coach leather bag" they made a lot of them and they last forever and often they're very affordable for leather that's fashionable and sturdy / good for everyday use. cross-body, bucket, backpack, briefcase, sachel style –whatever you like

No. 345514

>>345513
tysm! will check

No. 345515

>>345513
how can you tell fakes from genuines?

No. 345524

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>>345515
I'm not so serious that I ever got super into it but there's a way to tell by looking at the coach stamp and ebay sellers are happy to show it. there are some obvious shitty fakes that are laughable (like the stamp is crooked or double-stamped lol) but for the popular styles that they really did make a lot of I don't have to worry too much about it being fake (that might change one day). I've only bought like 6 bags this way but none of them were shitty. I just pick the ones that have a legible coach stamp and a believable amount of wear and tear (a couple scuffs here and there are fine with me) and I've been happy with the price and how long they last. if they were fakes I don't care.

No. 345528

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>>345506
You could try:
EARTH MUSIC&ECOLOGY
Anthropologie
Axes femme
One teaspoon
Gorman
Obus
Verybrain
crayme
Jane Marple (lots of tartan, cute cardigans)

But I honestly just go through Wolf & Badger or Vestiaire collective and find new pieces.

No. 345535

>>345506
No offence but all these clothes are hideous and look like stuff a thriftstore would sell for 2.99

No. 345572

>>345535
They look like the stuff characters would wear in skins or girl interrupted, etc. Kinda grungy ig? Idk where you could wear them irl tho, they look more like stuff I've only seen online.
>>345528
Kinda gives wholesome English teacher vibes

No. 345577

>>345506
cider has some "mood" sections you might like (idk about their quality though, I've only windowshopped their stuff)

No. 345582

>>345577
I'm 99% sure Cider is an Aliexpres reseller/dropshipper store with jacked up prices. Minga London too.

No. 345583

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>>345508
I recently got a tote from Aesther Ekme as my every day work bag and I've been really enjoying it. The leather feels durable, it looks amazing and the craftsmanship is very neat. It feels like it will last for a good while. I'm pretty rough with my bags and it hasn't even scratched yet, after 2-3 months of wear. There's 3 different sizes I think and a lot of color options. They're always on sale somewhere too, I don't think it would be worth it at full price but for like $200 it's a steal.

No. 345584

>>344961
Not everyone lives in a place where thrifting is a real option. Online thrifting has gotten expensive unless you want to spend literal hours and hours scrolling through ebay, depop has been shit for a while, Vinted/Poshmark/Mercari aren't available everywhere. Plus the issue of fit, not being able to return clothing, dealing with shitty sellers etc. Irl thrifting works if you are in a bigger city in Europe/US but if you're in bumfuck nowehere all you will find in thrift stores is shitty old fast fashion crap that can't be incorporated into an alt aesthetic (or any aesthetic for that matter).

No. 345585

>>345528
thank you!
>>345535
lol thats fair, i like it though
>>345577
yes i've looked at cider but like you i'm not sure about the quality and have heard them be compared to awful sites like shein

No. 345588

>>344788
i have a warm darkish brown hair color
>>344835
didn't take it on that website but i lost the image from the original quiz and googled it and that pic looked similar. the website i used was colorwise.me which requires you to take a photo of yourself.

No. 345589

>>345506
I like the vibe! I think 99% of any thrift store (online or offline) would have stuff that matches this style. I see stuff like this on thrift stores all the time irl.

No. 345590

>>345582
Oops my bad, sorry

No. 345593

>>345585
Cider is glorified shein. Thrifting is your best bet and lots of clothes from Cider end up being donated anyway, though I don't recommend them. It's not just the quality, it's the quality control and clothes having unsafe levels of lead. At least when you thrift them some poor soul already rubbed most of the lead dye off with their body kek.

No. 345745

>>345589 >>345593
this is one thing i miss so much about america, their thrift stores lol.

No. 346070

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Are these tights hookerish?

No. 346071

>>346070
not at all , hookerish would be ripped or fishnets. cute tights nona

No. 346072

>>346070
Kek i read this in Angela’s voice from The Office. They’re not hookerish at all

No. 346088


No. 346249

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What's this skirt style called? I tried to reverse image search but the results showed regular pencil skirts, while this one seems looser at the ends.

No. 346252

>>346249
A-line skirt

No. 346304

>>346249
Trumpet skirt I think. The fitted top and flare at the bottom gives it away

No. 346367

>>346252
ntayrt i don’t understand what an a-line skirt is, when you look it up or hear people describe it it’s always a million different things. Is it just any skirt with some sort of flare? I find searching for skirts online so hard because all of the descriptions seem so broad

No. 346385

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>>346071
Thanks, I might pair these with an outfit like this

No. 346386

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>>346385
Or this

No. 346405

>>346367
It's just a skirt in the shape of an A (triangular), so yes flared but not so much that it becomes a skater skirt. A lot of skirts that come up on google when you search a-line skirt are actually just skater or circle skirts.

No. 346417

>>346385
>>346386
Ehhh I'm not necessarily saying the following is justified but I do think those thights in combination with leather and/or a short plaid schoolgirl skirt leans hookerish in the eyes of the public, or at least risky

No. 346423

>>346386
>>346385
cute fits! though i suddenly feel like i got a throwback to summer of 2020 kek. i think with this kinda edgier look a more sheer kind of tight would look better though , instead of thick black maybe a lighter black ya feel

No. 346426

>>346386
Leaving this thread because I realized you all probably just dress like whores.(bait)

No. 346428

>>346426
post stuff you like then nonna instead of unsage posting and not contributing to shit. Don't be shy, I like more trad fits too

No. 346429

>>346426
They don't dress like whores, they dress like chronically online autists who try to mimic weird styles they see online, it's kind of interesting seeing how female autists style themselves compared to males.

No. 346430

>>346386
>>346385
Don't copy tiktok styles and don't copy asian styles if they're not common where you live or youre not asian.
>>346423
Girl those are NOT summer fits. Leather skirt combined with leather jacket and thick thighs will kill you in summer.

No. 346435

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>>346429
>it's kind of interesting seeing how female autists style themselves compared to males
Funny thing is the most basic-tiktok personality tasted women who think dressing like sexy clocktower horror game protags is the pinnacle of fashion still dress 1000% more fashionable than the entirety of the /fa/ board

No. 346437

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>>3464
Oh yeah that's true I should probably were it with this and some doc Martens and skull cameo earrings for an edgy look.

No. 346439

>>346435
Yeah they're the female version of /fa/utists. Both try to dress up in styles that only look good when you have a nice body and upkeep(hair, etc) but fail to look like their goals because they can't quite get it right.
Like imagine some awkward white girl with not so pretty hair sporting these "aesthetic" fits that aren't even appropriate for the season they're in, it just looks awkward

No. 346440

>>346430
idk about anon but not everyone lives in summer rn lol

No. 346441

>>346439
I was thinking of wearing these for fall since summer is almost over.

No. 346443

>>346441
You do you but even if youre copying the aesthetic, don't go for cheaper knockoffs. Maybe this style is more common there but here in college, everyone I know usually wears jeans and any kind of simple shirt/blouse. Wearing any of these outfits would make you stand out unless wearing stylish clothes is super common there. Either way, don't let my negative comment stop you, if you style it right it'll be cute and you only live once so go for it.

No. 346444

>>346440
She said 2020 summer thats why I said ittt

No. 346445

>>334364
The Kibbe chart confuses sometimes since I'm 5ft7 and have a curvy "romantic" type body. I don't know fall into soft dramatic, a soft classic or a taller "romantic.

No. 346446

>>346441
I'm >>346435 and honestly, do it. Do whatever makes you feel cute, just don't go for the cheap aliexpress dupes (more like cheap look-a-likes) like most of the people do for this specific style

No. 346447

>>346443
Thanks nona!

No. 346450

>>346444
oh my bad, missed that post

No. 346505

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Does anyone know what the name of kawaii adjacent fashion is? I like that Japanese lolita fashion look but I really don't like the kiddy aesthetics on me, I was hoping there's an actual name for a more adult look in the same realm as kawaii. Picrel is an example of what I mean (cute but not kiddie)

No. 346506

>>346505
otona kawaii, maybe?

No. 346509

>>346505
Otome-kei!

No. 346512

>>346426
LOL and tagged as bait? What? Posting this website on twitter, this shit is hilariously desperate and lame.(USER HAS BEEN PUT OUT TO PASTURE)

No. 346513

>>346506
>>346509
Thanks nonnas! I'm gonna look ay these tags on Pinterest later, hope I find some cute 'fits

No. 346514

>>346512
and stay there

No. 346515


No. 346517

>>346505
Look up the brand axes femme, some of their pieces are more out there but I think you'd like it.

No. 346520

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Turns out it's otome kei, thanks nonnas. Does anyone dress similar? I'd love if anyone had brand recommendations

>>346517
I had a look at some of their stuff. I think a lot of their skirts are exactly what I'm looking for, thank you!

No. 346522

>>346520
What happened to that sweater? Why's it all stretched out?

No. 346533

>>346428
>unsage posting
How many times do you need to hear you only need to sage on cow boards

>>346430
>don't copy asian styles if youre not asian
Why? I understand many styles popular in asia look a bit silly if you are not a small dainty japanese e-celeb, or wearing their traditional clothes would be distasteful if you are not part of that group, but surely finding inspiration from trends around the world is ok?

No. 346538

>>346533
>surely finding inspiration from trends around the world is ok?
it is. i know i shouldn't have to say it but i'm asian and that mentality is stupid as fuck and likely borrowed from asian americans. those outfits aren't even particularly asian or even jfashionesque anyway kek i don't know what that anon's on about. sounds like twitter but i'm not pointing fingers. such a pointless rule to follow.

No. 346540

if we are discussing gatekeeping and "only asians can wear this" etc "kawaii lolita" fashion comes from the old British style in the Victorian era. So Queen Victoria was the original Lolita fashion influencer

No. 346542

>>346533
Can make you look like a weeb. My highschool friend dressed in those styles and she got made fun of it because of her weeb style I also knew a few white and brown men who tried to copy asian styles but it didn't fit them, imo. Your own country's style is the one that'll most likely flatter you the most and help you not stick out to an awkward amount.

No. 346543

>>346430
>basic western clothes
>asian styles
lmao

No. 346544

>>346540
Wait until she learns Asian nations traded their traditional costumes for, gasp, Western clothing. Jeans and t-shirts aren't of Asian making.

No. 346545

>>346542
>Your own country's style
So H&M and our equivalent to Walmart only from now on then kek, god forbid someone stands out!

No. 346547

>>346542
There's no such things as "your own country's style" in the globalisation of the 21st century. But if you disagree, be ready to donate your mini skirts because that's British!

No. 346573

>>346544
Asian Street style is much different than western street style, styles develop according to body types, skintones, hair textures, facial features and of course culture.
Most weebs who try asian fashion look off because they're not fashionable enough to make enough changes that it fits them.
And yeah, jeans may not have been invented by asian fashionistas(and jeans weren't invented as a fashion statement but whatever) but they style it much differently than western people do so that doesn't really matter who invented which garment.
>>346545
It's not about the brands, its about the clothes themselves. For example most asian fashion blogs(who are women with average incomes that don't buy luxury brands too often) I see use zara and hm for their outfits but they style it much differently than the western blogs I follow, although the western bloggers also dress from zara and hm. It's fine to use whatever brand long as you dont try to mimic a style or an aesthetic.
>>346547
There is, though. Every country has a different average style. If you pick 20 college students from 3-4 different countries, you'll realize that they dress quite differently from the foreigners.

No. 346587

>>346573
>It's fine to use whatever brand long as you dont try to mimic a style or an aesthetic.
Why?

No. 346589

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>>346573
watch it nonnies, the fashion police is here

No. 346592

>>346587
Because mimicking an aesthetic or style without adding anything personalized into it looks tacky most of the time and like you're wearing a costume. It's fine to take a style and then change it up to fit your lifestyle but copying a total outfit usually doesn't end up looking as great.

No. 346608

>>346573
you are literally delusional and come off as a borderline fetishist the way you're putting asians on a pedestal. but i kind of do agree about
>There is, though. Every country has a different average style. If you pick 20 college students from 3-4 different countries, you'll realize that they dress quite differently from the foreigners.
because i would be able to pick trendy scandi outfits even as a polyvore collage from others of different countries
you're uptight about the weirdest thing though like relax. i don't know what's your deal with asians we get made fun of for looking too westernized too as i'm sure those girls with the outfits upthread do. everyone looks ridiculous and even costumey at some point and it's not a big deal, it's entirely subjective.

No. 346612

>>346445
Being a romantic, or any kibbe body type is more about your shoulders than anything. It’s not about being curvy. You can be an hourglass and any body type.

No. 346639

>>346608
I'm not delulu, lmao. Anyone copying another random country's style mindlessly looks retarded. I also think the koreans who copy black American style look dumb.
You can't accuse me of fetishizing asians because I said weebs who copied asian styles mindlessly ended up looking bad. Anyone would agree with my sentiment.

No. 346642

>>346639
Nta but the Asian style most people are copying are like… long t-shirts over a skirt or wearing circular framed glasses. It's just not really that big of a deal, I'd understand if it was crackers in kimonos but it's not(racebaiting)

No. 346644

>>346639
Most "asian" styles are normie styles worn in every country. The outfits here
>>346385
>>346386
that started this whole argument weren't even popularized by asians but by western alternative fashion.

No. 346650

>>346644
Do you see >>346520 worn everyday in your country(your grandma doesn't count)?

No. 346660

>>346573
I'm curious which fashion blogs you mostly follow, as I would love to see the difference in styling myself

No. 346661

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>>346650
I don't know why you're so hellbent on trying to gatekeep a sweater over a dress, western fashion bloggers have been wearing outfits like that for years albeit in different colours. Or is it that only Japanese women are allowed to wear cute prints and colors now?

No. 346664

>>346650
Do you think the average Japanese woman goes dressed in that KEK

No. 346666

Asian fashion is dead to me now. Same aliexpress shit, same ugly designer logo crap, same generic kpop style block color outfits, same basic bitch cardigan over floral dress. Boring. Cool and unique Asian fashion died in 2014.

No. 346667

>>346666
Oh and don’t even get me started on shit like Jirai Kei or the cheap mass produced mallgoth e-girl stuff with 892838283 buckles and unnecessary hanging down straps that girl groups wear nowadays.

No. 346679

>>346666
Totally agree, was looking at some popular japanese fashion accounts on twitter the other day and everything seems so basic and focused around designer goods as though the average woman can afford $4000 Dior and Celine bags. It's either that or some niche sub style that's basically a rehash of something we've seen already. How many times are they gonna do the whole girly, pink, frilly outfits with black accessories to make it edgy trend?

I still like the adult girly/大人ガーリー fashion though since it's nice to see more feminine, pretty outfits for grown women that are actually wearable VS some of the costumey, tiktok based microtrends where 99% of the clothing is going to end up in a landfill next month that get popular in burgerland.

No. 346690

>>346650
honestly yeah, where are you living where there aren't any people that dress like that kek i'm so confused. it's a floral maxi skirt/dress with a sweater on…

No. 346719

This discussion is very ironic considering lc originated from /cgl/ kek

No. 346722

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I live in thea medium sized city in the US and none of these outfits >>346520 >>346505 >>346386 >>346385 would attract a second glance here. I see teenagers in the miniskirt and legwarmers alt trend and adults wearing those cottagecore-lite dresses all the time. I recently got back from a trip to Mexico and I saw similar outfits there too. I know I'm not the first Nona to say this, but it's genuinely shocking how unfashionable some of the posters ITT are. They must be in the same time warp as r/female fashion advice.

>>346719
I'm still holding down the fort by wearing weeaboo-kei. I'm still surprised that the lolita thread is so dead though.

No. 346723

>>346679
Exactly. I hate cheap clothes (not the same as inexpensive). I’d rather save up for a $100+ dress that I know is good quality vs so plasticky crap that can’t even be washed. Though I hate the idea of spending that much so it’s either buy on sale or go to a thrift store.

No. 346737

>>346722
Dear god why do Japanese women shoop themselves to look like creepy fetuses

No. 346738

>>332853
>fairycore
Man, this is just old hippie shit. The 2020s are so annoying.

No. 346740

>>346722
Lmfao what ever happened to larme kei? Did it die after its 2 year reign?

No. 346749

>>346573
Who let this tiktok zoomer fashion expert in here

No. 346768

>>346249
Late response but this is a bias-cut skirt. The direction of the fabric grain or weave is what gives the little flare at the bottom.
A trumpet skirt would have a ruffle that is stitched to the bottom of the main body of the skirt.

No. 346787

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Nonnies help! I bought picrel thinking it was going to be a cream color but I received it and it's my exact skin tone, it looks so weird. Is there any way of salvaging it by wearing a scarf or sweater or whatever over it or should I just sell it? (Can't return it because it was on sale, reee)

No. 346789

>>346787
I like that dress. Looks like something you would see those fashionable muslim girls wearing.
Anyway, I think you could save it by wearing a sweater. The fact that it matches your skin would probably only really be noticeable on the top half since it's right next to your face. Try to break the color up and make sure your shoes aren't white or beige.

No. 346790

>>346789
Samefag, and maybe wear bracelets too.

No. 346792

>>346789
Thanks nonnie! I'll have to try it out but I think it will look cute. It's from shein if you want to get it btw https://nl.shein.com/SHEIN-Mulvari-Solid-Ruffle-Hem-Dress-p-17969615-cat-1727.html?&main_attr=27_475&mallCode=1

No. 346794

Can someone recommend leggings that are non-compression and maximally soft and lightweight. Ideally, won't pill after 2 washes too.

No. 346799

>>346787
Can't you dye it? Or is it a type of fabric that doesn't take dyes?

No. 346808

>>346799
It's polyester sadly. I'll try to wear it with sweaters or shawls over the top but if it doesn't look good I can always make a skirt out of it.

No. 346842

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What type of shoes would you pair with an outfit like picrel? I'm a student worker at an office in my uni and basically wear a variation of this outfit everyday. Just blue jeans and a basic top. We have no dresscode but aren't allowed to wear sandals, and I'm tired of wearing sneakers because it just looks so unprofessional.

No. 346858

>>346842
pointed flats

No. 346870

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>>346842
ballet flats? or the ones with a small heel, that's what i'd wear.

No. 346873

>>346842
loafers. Closed mules maybe if you like those.

No. 346876

>>346842
Chelsea boots ? Also maybe that's the type of sneaker you already wear, but there are dressier/fancier types of sneakers that would look great with it

No. 346919

What are some cute and affordable sneakers I can buy? I want something basic that'll go with my outfits but won't get old too quickly while being affordable. Thank you in advance

No. 347015


No. 347084

>>347015
Thanks

No. 347149

>>346919
af1s are overused, look into onitsuka tigers or 550s (though they're becoming the new af1). I still think sambas look nice

No. 347228

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Idk where to post this because it’s kind boring basic clothes, but I bought a ton of stuff from thredup this year. Most of the time I dress pretty badly - usually cheap $5 Uniqlo men’s v neck tees in the smallest size and a pair of shorts, and I wanted to try improving my wardrobe a bit. I know some people really hate thredup because of the shipping and hit or miss of using it. With a credit they gave me for sending a cleanout box I was able to average around $10 a piece out of everything I bought, which seemed okay. So far out of what I received I only have two duds - the $6 Madewell jeans that turned out to be super skinny style and the $13 Madewell blouse.

No. 347234

>>347228
Are you Taylor swift

No. 347253

>>347228
You should look into Zara basics if you want to buy interesting pieces for cheap. They won't last years if you use a dryer or something but aside from that, they've been fine imo.

No. 347256

>>347149
I've been trying to buy 550s but they always go out of stock in a matter of day/s. I'll wait for a while and see if I find an airforce, new balance 550 or maybe Adidas campus/gazelle in a colorway I like. Thanks again.
I was gonna buy sambas but in my country immigrant men wear sambas or similar looking shoes so much people tend not to go for them unfortunately.

No. 347270

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I have an hourglass figure and I look best when I accentuate my waist. Nonnies, is there any way to style the boxy-fit t-shirts and knitwear I have? I always opted for those because I'm self-conscious of my chest but they make me look pretty fridge like, especially with jeans.

No. 347281

>>347270
I think tighter fitting tops with loose, baggier type jeans would look flattering on an hourglass

No. 347295

>>347281
AYRT. yes, i agree and i'm keeping that in mind for future purchases. i don't want to throw out the boxier stuff i already own though, so i was wondering if anyone had ideas on how to avoid losing my waist in them and have them look more flattering?

No. 347296

>>347270
I can tell that is a Korean girl

No. 347307

>>347270
I don't get it, is anything preventing you from wearing high waisted pants/jeans/skirts to accentuate your waist ?

No. 347484

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As a 5'2" woman would the shorter length of this jean skirt look ok or does it seem like it would hit at a weird point? I like the shorter length on the models better and worry about the longer version being too long. I may not buy this exact skirt since they're expensive but the original whitefox skirt I wanted is sold out in my size and this style is so cute to me

No. 347542

>>347484
I think it really depends how thick your legs are. Denim skirts make most women look like they have elephant legs even if they are on the thin side.

No. 347546

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>>347307
I've tried that, but for some reason I think they still end up looking bulky like picrel. Oh well, I might just have to sacrifice style for a comfy fit.

No. 347591

>>347484
I went in and tried them on and went with the longer version. The shorter one hit at a weird spot like I was worried about and the long one was a good maxi length on me.

>>347542
kek my legs are just normal afaik but thank you for the input nonnie

No. 347592

>>347546
Sage for double posting but it might be that your jeans aren't hitting at your natural waist, which is making you look wider. You could try higher waisted pants to get a snatched waist if you're ok being outside of what's trendy rn.

No. 347626

>>347592
Oh good point anon, I hadn't thought of that. It's true, these shirts look better when I wear skirts (very high waisted) versus jeans (which hit just below my natural waist). Thanks, I'll keep that in mind!

No. 347823

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What should I wear with my boruto t-shirt? picrel its the t-shirt.

No. 347827

>>347823
Depends on the occasion and the fit tbh, is it oversized? Or is it a tight fit? Or is it just loose?

No. 347841

>>347827
I am going to a friends bday party for an afternoon lunch and drinks. The shirt is rather loose, I was just thinking shorts and black boots or converses since it’s like 25C outside.

No. 347997

I'm looking for brands that sell plain cotton tshirts in various colours, loose/baggy fit, no graphic tees. Any suggestions? I can't seem to find any that meet all my requirements.

No. 347998

>>347997
Oh you know, just every clothing store to ever exist

No. 347999

>>347998
Wrong, plain tees are surprisingly uncommon and when they do stock them they're usually fitted v-necks, I'm not looking for a fitted v-neck. Like I said I can't find one that meets all my requirements, take your catty comments elsewhere.

No. 348000

>>347997
Uniqlo.

No. 348002

>>347997
Look in the men's section

No. 348004

>>347999
Check the tie dye section at any crafts store.

No. 348005

>>347999
I get all mine at thrift stores, nonna! Have had good luck finding older like Gap basics and stuff with crewneck cut, normal sleeves (not baby sleeves) and in many sizes.

No. 348041

>>347997
I like everlane & COS. Uniqlo is good but I don't always like their colors.

No. 348094

What type of jeans suit a pear figure best? (Skinny torso, wide hips, stumpy legs.) I wear flowy pants sometimes and they look nice but I want something thicker without it making me look boxy.

No. 348096

>>347997
>>347999
Thats in every clothing store, check the mens section. Or like hardware stores.

No. 348136

>>347999
Zara? H&M? Mango? They all have like 5 different cuts of plain tees. Look harder.

No. 348142

>>347999
H&M mens section, only place I could find some that are not fitted, cropped or made of 90% polyester and they come in different colours. I dislike fast fashion and cheap clothes, but I needed something right away and it was the only thing I could find after going through maybe 15 stores. If you don't have huge breasts they will fit as good as shirts made for women. I have some of these https://www2.hm.com/en_gb/productpage.0685816002.html

No. 348147

>>347546
I have the same problem nonnie, and I agree with the baggy jeans + tight top combo. I have a smaller waist as well and I either go all-in baggy with boxy tshirts and baggy jeans, or ditch the boxy tshirts altogether. They are very unflattering on hourglass figure so there's not much you can do. Embrace full-on bagginess or get tight tops

No. 348161

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Oh my god I want these they’re so fun

No. 348194

>>348161
i kinda like them, but modern prada and miu miu suck in general. miuccia lost her mind and hiring raf was a fucking mistake. honestly no one is able to carry on her legacy when she'll retire and prada will be shit, like any attempt to revive helmut lang. some labels truly never will be as good as they were under designers who created them.

No. 348198

Mens pants are so flattering and the pockets are huge! I was always told womens jeans didn’t have pockets so that they’d be more flattering on the hips. What bullshit.

No. 348230

>>348198
I 100% believe that women’s clothing is designed with tiny/no pockets on dresses and pants on purpose in order to sell more handbags and accessories. With all of the wide ranges of fits and cuts from “tailored” to baggy and boxy that we have nowadays, there’s no way it’s just to “make it flattering”. I’m right there with you on calling bullshit

No. 348234

>>348198
>>348230
it's also like this to make women more relying on their scrotoids to carry stuff

No. 348242

>>348198
Unpopular opinion but I hate pockets on items that shouldn't have pockets. It can ruin a nice silhouette and I'm always carrying a bag anyway.

No. 348243

>>348242
To add, why the fuck would I want to carry valuables like keys, phone, wallet in a pocket anyways?

No. 348246

>>348243
Yeah I don't get the appeal. Plenty of my pants have pockets, but I leave them empty because I'm anxious about losing my stuff and they weigh me down (especially annoying on just one side). My dad is always getting annoyed by his phone falling from his pockets in the car, I'm not willing to risk that.

Handbags are insanely convenient and I don't mind paying for them. It's better than being a moid who can't use a bag because he's worried about looking gay.

No. 348254

>>348242
I like pockets for when I'm working on something. like I keep some small sewing stuff in my pocket while I'm working on something. I like when pockets are spacy but also offer a closure. I hate open pockets though, all the pockets I do either have a zipper or a button closure.

No. 348261

>>348243
Why would you carry them in a bag/backpack/etc that can easily be ripped off of you and stolen?
I don't get the appeal of handbags, ever. If I'm carrying only a phone and keys I can just fit that in pockets. If I need anything more - messenger bag or a backpack (inb4 backpacking adult). Maybe it's because my hands are extremely weak though.

No. 348262

>>348261
Tbh, both pockets and bags of any kind aren’t exactly safe, in the end it’s all about what you can personally keep a hand/eye on, because otherwise you could get your things stolen from you by someone experienced in robbing if you’re not careful.

No. 348279

>>348261
It's about 100x more likely that something will fall out of my pocket accidentally than I run into a purse snatcher, you can't seriously think that's a reasonable fear?

No. 348285

>>348279
>It's about 100x more likely that something will fall out of my pocket accidentally
Unless you move around a lot and/or do sports it's really not. But if you want to be extra safe, get bigger and closed pockets because of course a modern phone is going to fall out of a teensy tiny little pocket like on generic women's cut jeans.
>>348262
That's true but since pockets are closer to you, you can at least feel their hand if it comes close and if they're not experienced enough/you're not distracted enough. There are also hidden pockets located on the inside of clothes, made specifically for important items.

No. 348287

>>348234
kekkk please moids are always asking to put wallets and shit in our purses. like other nonnies said carrying shit in pants pockets is annoying.

>>348285
>But if you want to be extra safe, get bigger and closed pockets
or I'll just use my purse or belt bag? idk where tf you'd find pants with zipper pockets unless you're wearing literal cargo shorts or some other ugly ass shit. And hidden pockets are usually in jackets, so in summer you're just sol ig?

No. 348289

>>348287
>kekkk please moids are always asking to put wallets and shit in our purses.
Maybe some do, but not the ones with their "muhsculinity" hurt by even the smallest things.
>I'll just use my purse or belt bag
Well if it's fine for you, go ahead, I can't stand purses at all when backpacks and messenger bags exist. Belt bags are good too though.
>so in summer you're just sol ig?
I didn't think of that, please excuse my northfagging kek.

No. 348308

Why are so many women complaining about pants having no pockets? Unless it's a very thin formal pant, all of my pants have pockets that are quite big. Where are you buying your clothes???
Also why are millenial women saying clothes from males section is better? They literally never quite fit right and unless that's the look you're going for, they look sooo bad

No. 348311

>>348308
I have never seen womens pockets that are big. Mens pockets are always twice as big. Womens Levis and I cant get half my hand in, mens levis and I can put my hand down mid thigh.

And if you have a long pelvis, womens pants dont fit, they go way into your crotch and give painful levels of cameltoe. I'll sacrifice not having perfect hip waist ratio over rugburn on my cunt. Plus, I never find pants in the women section that fits over wide thighs and hips, while also being slim in the waist anyways.

No. 348325

>>348311
Then stop buying levis, kek, their pants are known to be made of harder material because of the high cotton percentage. You guys are really mindless.

You're telling me that men's pants which are cut for narrow thighs, no waist and a literal bulge fit your wide thighs and thin waist better? If man's pants fit you better, you're just buying too small sizes in women's pants, go up a size or two in women's department and you'll see that you can find clothes that fit then.

It's always someone saying they're too thin waisted, big hipped or boobed for women's clothes and that men's clothes fit better but like, none of the men's cuts are cut for curvy bodies you guys claim to have so it just makes no sense. The female fashion advice subreddit is like this as well, I'll never get it.

No. 348334

>>348308
NTA but I find unless you're buying expensive clothing (and even then) women's clothing is made from worse quality fabrics that are either seethrough to force you into buying layers or fall apart after a year at most of wear. Flannels and jeans are especially bad, there's a noticeable difference in men's and women's flannels. Men's clothes are cut wrong but if I had to get my clothes tailored anyways I might be tempted to buy men's clothes and get them tailored to my shape because the materials on them are more sturdy and durable.
>>348325
I don't buy men's pants because of the issues you've described but I stay away from anything high-waisted because the waist-hip ratio on women's clothes is just wrong for me 99% of the time. Some people just have a rough time with women's clothing, it happens.
>>348243
Handbags suck, they're a pain in the ass to bring around. I'd rather have everything in pockets.

No. 348338

>>348334
Handbags are an essential part of fashion, if you don't like them just say you don't care about fashion and go. Also sorry but carrying everything in your cargo shorts is so moid coded.

No. 348339

>>348338
We are not making it out of patriarchy.

No. 348340

>>348338
I wouldn't say moid, I'd say autistic. I don't know any man who wears cargo shorts aside from the autistic ones who prefer them because they're loose and lets them carry their junk.

No. 348341

>>348339
You are not making it out of your house

No. 348342


No. 348343

>>348340
That's probably more accurate yeah. But I don't get the aversion still, you can get sporty or purely functional bags with a shit ton of pockets, zippers and compartments that can hold 10 times the stuff any pant can. Cargo pants in bag form.

No. 348345

>>348338
>cargo shorts
Lolwut? Who said anything about cargo shorts? Why do you need to bring a thousand things with you when you leave your house? Handbags aren't essential by any means and liking them doesn't make you better than people who don't.

No. 348351

>>348341
She is probably making it out faster out of the house than you, unburdened by handbags and patriarchal approval kek

No. 348356

>>348351
me
>hydrated, moisturized, clean, put together, safe from pickpockets, unbothered, prepared for any situation because I realize bags provide utility you can't get from four jean pockets
you
>dehydrated, lips crusty, can't even sanitize your hands or wipe your nose, wallet hanging from your ass pocket or a chain

No. 348360

i understand if you like the look or whatever but are handbags really better than backpacks or messenger bags or cargos? they feel kinda uncomfortable and keep slipping off my shoulder, i have to constantly adjust them.

No. 348361

>>348356
Oh I love a nice bag personally and it takes time to switch around all my stuff between them. But other anon would probably save some time getting ready.

No. 348362


No. 348366

>>348351
nta but handbags have always been of utilitarian nature and a status symbol, you absolute retard.
>making out of the house faster
delusional, with your moid pants you have to take all your items out when you take them off to place it in the laundry hamper unless, in clear moid fashion, you don't wash them after wearing them all day with a bag you can leave all your items inside, intact and the next next you just grab it and go.

No. 348367

>>348360
literally anything is better than cargo pants.

No. 348370

>>348356
Kek anon I love you

No. 348372

>>348366
Sorry you didn't appreciate me responding to your joke post with another joke post.
t. baglover

No. 348373

>>348366
>a status symbol
vomited
>>348360
they're horribly uncomfortable in my experience, but again that's just my weak hands

No. 348375

What about males with handbags, how we feel about them

No. 348376

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whats this style called?

No. 348377

>>348375
cool, make them uncomfortable and yank their bags away with the money they stole from their girlfriends/wives (and give the stolen money back to them), robinette hood style

No. 348378

>>348377
Will they also cry?

No. 348380

>>348378
i genuinely hope they will. moids crying is hot.

No. 348381

>>348376
…. Preppy mid 2000's? Don't think it has a specific name.

No. 348382

>>348376
Children illustration ugly? It's just a mish mash of 00s trends.

No. 348385

>>348356
Get a nice backpack instead and you can fit your work documents, pens, water bottle, and laptop in there along with your tissues, sani, and lip balm.
>>348360
A backpack is so much more convenient than handbags imo.
>>348375
They need to get backpacks.

No. 348386

>>348376
I can't tell if this is a shitpost or not kek

No. 348390

>>348385
I got no beef with backpacks, they can be ugly but at least you're not waddling around like a hoarding goblin.

No. 348399

>>348385
Dunno, every time I've seen a male going around wearing a backpack and he wasn't a student, he was just an autistic crackhead. I like the idea of a male with a hangbag, if only to make robbing him easier.

No. 348400

>>348399
Yes, backpacks should be for women only. Moids usually carry weapons in their backpacks to kill random people because an incel discord mod instructed them to.

No. 348412

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>>348385
Backpacks are insanely inconvenient imo, unless you're going to be walking non stop or sitting down with your stuff all day. Having to pull it off your shoulder and around your body just to grab something is a pain in the ass. I have a really nice backpack that converts to a shoulder bag and every time I use it as a backpack I regret it and end up using it the other way.

To me the most comfy and convenient bag is a lightweight, roomy, sling/fanny pack like pic rel. Though if I need to carry more stuff I obviously need a bigger bag, you have to pick bags based on the circumstances. None are perfect for everything.

No. 348414

>>348385
I can do all of that with my handbag tho. It depends on which kind you get.

No. 348452

>>348412
>you have to pick bags based on the circumstances. None are perfect for everything.
This is the only sane comment in this dumb bag discussion

No. 348480

>>348376
>>348400
Well disguised shitposts

No. 348501

>>348480
Yes this is an IB, the first one is especially based

No. 348618

>>348325
Men's trousers and shorts have very long rise compared to even high rise women's trousers. I'm ntayrt but I have a 14in difference in waist vs hip circumference and men's shorts are insanely comfortable compared to women's shorts. The waistband sits at a comfy spot below my natural waist but above my hip bones, while the thighs are super roomy without showing off my underwear when I'm lounging around. They're also always made from much sturdier material which is great considering they're also cheaper.

No. 348728

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im dumb and need to know what this style top is named

No. 348734

>>348325
I wrote that levis are shit quality and you respond with >"omg higher cotton percentage so theyre sturdier ur dumb". No, theyre shitty and thin. My point is that higher "quality" brands are shit, not that I have to buy levis you retard. Plus you didnt even mention the og point which is that mens clothes have bigger pockets and womens dont, you must be delusional to think otherwise or never seen a article of mens clothing in your life.

And mens jeans having go accommodate a dick does made them longer in the crotch, and when you have a long distance from hips to crotch as a woman, they fit without riding up into your cunt. Unless I go up sizes to where the pants would fall off in womens, theyre too short and give me painful cameltoe. Which you also just didnt read and attacked me for something I also explained. Sorry having hips and a small waist sent you into seethe and coping and that all you got from that.

No. 348738

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DONT SCROLL. gore.

No. 348739

>>348738
Samefag. the moid is posting it on multiple boards (seen on /snow/ and /g/)

No. 348754

>>348728
Blouse. It also looks like it’s a dress.

No. 348757

>>348734
Stop cursing me out, kek. Levis doesnt fit right because it has too much cotton, even if its thin, the fabric will be hard as elastic materials aren't included in the mixture.
Being an nlog and buying mens clothes instead of learning your real size and learning about better brands is just stupid. You literally admit you can't fit into women's pants but instead of sizing up, you stick to men's pants just because you can buy a set of clothing with xs sizing when you're probably a large in womens. Just size up, it's not that serious.

Also I'm not mad, you're the one whos swearing and typing angrily, kek. Imagine being so broke you think levis is high quality.

No. 348758

>>348757
Nta but men's clothing literally doesn't come in xs lol. It usually doesn't even come in s because men don't like to be called small. Also their trouser sizes are in waistband/inseam measurements which is another thing that makes them convenient to buy compared to women's trousers.

No. 348759

>>348757
ntayrt but you seemed to skip over the entire second half of that post that explained why sizing up didn't work for her. i personally can't handle jeans in general even in larger sizes for the same reason, feels like my panini's gonna burst through

No. 348763

>>348757
Nta but what’s your damage, lmao. Men’s pants are of better quality, costs less and are more comfortable. I see no use in buying ill fitted women’s clothing just because I don’t want to come off as “nlog”.

No. 348764

>>348757
Buying men's clothes doesn't make a woman an nlog kek

No. 348765

>>348758
They do on most fast fashion brands.
>>348763
Which men's jean brand are you shopping at that it's both high quality, cheap and fits women's bodies? Because I've never seen suç brand and most men's clothes, even in the smallest size are too loose for majority of women

No. 348780

Got no dog in this fight but I'm really baffled at anons saying men's clothing fits them better. I'm not curvy at all besides having a bigger chest but nothing from the mens section ever fits right.

No. 348781

We all have to make shitty mass-produced clothes that are tailored to no one work for us so let anon buy her men's jeans if she thinks those look better, who cares.

No. 348782

>>348780
I agree. Then again I've seen some women who said they were super curvy so they could only wear men's clothes but they were average chubby American women and not people with extreme proportions. Maybe some women like how men's clothes seem to hide their body shape and that's why they prefer it?

No. 348795

>>348782
I think you are on the money nonny

No. 348802

>>348780
>>348782
>>348795
it was already explained a dozen times…

No. 348804

>>346740
larme KEI was never a thing but yes the larme magazine is still alive and well

No. 348868

People think I have a good fashion sense. However yesterday I was sitting next to a woman in public transportation who was skinnier and classier than me. She held two roses in her hand. I immediately shut my coat because I have big …you know. Obviously day after I realized well I shouldnt have an inferior complex because whoever gave her the roses lets her wander alone at night.
Pls don’t accuse me of being a scrote. I just am insecure that I may look like an ordinary tramp because I don’t dress my size and that people will talk about me that I’m a hoe. I never show legs or rarely do because they’re not yet there, but I do wear deep tops.
I don’t wanna post pics of my style but it’s a mixture of alternative, basic bitch baddie, classsy and tomboy. God I hate being insecure. Is it inappropriate to show cleavage?

No. 348874

>>348782
>men's clothes seem to hide their body shape
for me, yes, it's a great thing. i hate tight fitting stuff that reveals my body shape, i unironically love potato sacks.

No. 348875

>>348868
Is this a post made by chatgpt

No. 348879

>>348875
Ayrt lol i kek’d
How and why
Explain pls
I just wanna fix my way of thinking. I’m so mentally ill.

No. 348885

>>348868
I don't know why but this reads like Enoby Dark'ness Dementia Raven Way describing herself, but as a prep

No. 348890

>>348885
Ayrt i know it may sound memey but it’s actually really sad. I get sexualized, and it’s not funny. I just have noticed I am unsure how to dress and I feel I risk myself to get harassed and mocked with the way I dress right now. Maybe I am not even stylish, maybe I just dress like a skank and I’m unaware of it. Should curvy girls dress their size or..? Because at the end of the day nobody wants me except for one night stands and I have a gut feeling it’s because of my garbage sense of style.

No. 348892

>>348890
It's because you're fat and radiate insecurity. Most men have no eye for or interest in fashion beyond it's sexy or not sexy.

No. 348893

>>348892
But it’s women who like my sense of style and ask me for advice, it’s men who I think think I dress skanky.
I hope I’m not delusional, I really need help.
I’m fat but I work out extremely hard and put effort so my shape is nice.
>it’s because you’re fat and radiate insecurity
Why do I radiate insecurity in real life based on my looks aside from the fact I admit it?
If I become a size zero will I finally look stylish instead of skanky?

No. 348897

>>348893
What nice shape? Muscle definition doesn't show up underneath excess fat.
>If I become a size zero will I finally look stylish instead of skanky?
Probably, yes. "Is it fashion or is it on a skinny girl" is a meme for a reason. things look better on skinnier people.

No. 348898

>>348892
Stfu. Bitches like you are either chubby or average at best yourself yet you judge other women's bodies as if you're models.
>>348893
Anon, you shouldn't dress to revealing around inappropriate settings. Dressing revealing while going out is fine for example, wearing something that's kinda risque can also be fine when going out with friends for coffee or such but when meeting new people or in work settings, try to wear more relaxed outfits.
Especially on first dates, don't make it look like you try too hard, just wear some basic outfit. Don't dress revealingly as men will take you less seriously because they're retarded and think with their dicks once they see a woman dressing revealingly.