Like what type of clothes do you like to wear?

Do you even think about the clothes you wear or just randomly pick one up from your wardrobe

Whatever keeps me warm and doesn’t look too weird

@the_tech_beast
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what is too weird for you? just wondering

@N0b3d
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Clothes? What a quaint idea.

@the_tech_beast
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naked gang😎

Ghvsty
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Ah, I see you’re a man of naked as well.

@Fakefunk
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My mostly black wardrobe comes from the street and second-hand shops, except for underwear. Everything fits in a backpack. So my style might be nerdy eco-conscious pseudo-hobo? Hahaha fashion is a joke really, an embarrassment of riches, a waste of time and resources.

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white t-shirt every day, assortment of pants. flipping the paradigm of having different t-shirts and wearing the same pants, which i feel most people i see do, makes me feel like i’m doing enough to make my fashion me

i like to thrift for my pants cause i usually find some really cool stuff, plus i’m broke as fuck. my collection right now consists of:

  • three different wool trousers (this weird dark beige, grey, and olive green)
  • four different black pants (corduroy, denim, pleated cotton, and cargo)
  • no jeans (have yet to find a pair that fits and is comfy)
  • lots of different shorts (i live in a warm, tropical climate)
  • several different carpenter pants (blue and khaki)

my favorite are the black dickies cargo pants. all baggy btw, i prefer comfort over skinny.

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Random pick as long as I don’t need to attend specific events.

But the wardrobe itself is not random so it’s a tad unified.

Mainly: plain color tshirt, wool or cotton hoodies depending on the weather, slim jeans, sneakers. Because I commute by bike jeans is the easiest, other material wear faster and there is often spot of grease on the ankle - nobody notice that on a dark jeans. Also waterproof hiking jacket in my backpack.

Honestly it’s the clothes I’m most comfortable working in and compatible with my commute. I might drop the slim jeans and the sneakers for a regular fit and leather boots if I don’t bike.

What about you?

@the_tech_beast
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I really love to wear jeans and a t-shirt. If I am going to formal event, I choose a shirt. Here a lot of people are conscious about the dress that they wear, so if I wear something shabby people look at me weird.

@ree
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Yhea i’m lucky enough work at the university where fashion is dead and style don’t matter. It seems like everybody is still wearing their early 20’s clothe , which is great !

@the_tech_beast
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Nice

@SoyaSuki
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When I came out as transgender (MtF), my cousin and little sister gave me some of their old clothes.

So I’m now wearing a mix of hippie, and H&M fast-fashion from 5 years ago.

Think long-shirt made of hemp with a most basic H&M jeans.

@the_tech_beast
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That is cool!

@TheConquestOfBed
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Is fall! So a dress or pencil skirt, cardigan, and thicker hosiery or long socks. Warm and cozy.

@the_tech_beast
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nice!

@sacredbirdman
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Most of the time when I’m outside I’m wearing outdoorsy/hiking clothes. But then I’m usually just walking around in the nature talking to crows and taking photographs. So, I pick whatever suits the weather =)

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Plain t shirts and skinny jeans

@carbon_dated
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In winter, a polo with a thick jacket that seems to be falling apart with multiple areas where the stuffing is visible (I think the holes are there, because I walk a lot through dense vegetation and rocky terrain with it), and my sling in one of the pockets (for stress relief and fun when alone) and wide jogging pants (I don’t want my legs compressed). In summer, exact same but without the jacket.

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@the_tech_beast
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haha nice😁

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@the_tech_beast
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Nice

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