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Do you spend more on clothes than games this year?

Yes 11 23.91%
 
No 35 76.09%
 
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Yes few hot teens wear there pants showing there hot butts unlike the last picture i put on this thread of that asian guy but his jeans are very loose what holding it is the belt but his jeans look very ugly and mess of an ass few teens wear some type of shorts not sure but it shows there fat asses they are always with there GF or fit jeans it doesnt have to be skinny jeans just dont wear loose jeans that make your butt look really bad alot of hispanic teens in my area wear old loose jeans in east side of city



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finalrpgfantasy said:
LipeJJ said:

You guys genuinely scare me. I've seen many saying they didn't buy clothes at all in the past years... that's worrisome. As the years go by, I feel like we're living in a post apocalyptic fashion world where people dress as beggars, only with leftovers, lack of coherence, mismatching colors, etc.

I wonder why this is happening. In the past people were self aware and cared about looking good and had basic fashion knowledge, but not today

My brother's like that.  He has no problem spending on games or his gaming PC, but on clothes is another story.  Some of his clothes are 8 years old or more, I think.

Some of my clothes are over 10 years old.

I think the jacket I use the most is around 15.



BraLoD said:

Some of my clothes are over 10 years old.

I think the jacket I use the most is around 15.

You must be a beggar, then.



Generally speaking, I think I spend about the same amount on clothes and games in a given year. That's usually a few hundred dollars. This year though, I've purchased very little clothing. So, games may be in front for 2018.



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mZuzek said:
LipeJJ said:

You guys genuinely scare me. I've seen many saying they didn't buy clothes at all in the past years... that's worrisome. As the years go by, I feel like we're living in a post apocalyptic fashion world where people dress as beggars, only with leftovers, lack of coherence, mismatching colors, etc.

I wonder why this is happening. In the past people were self aware and cared about looking good and had basic fashion knowledge, but not today

It's called a point of view. Personally, I'm scared that someone could spend $8500 on clothes in half a year. I mean, dude, $8500!! I'm not sure I ever spent that much money my whole life (not including expenses paid by other people of course).

I have absolutely no reason to buy new clothes if I have enough variety currently available. All I need is a few shirts, pants, socks, underwear, shoes and jackets for each situation (home/outside, cold/warm) and I'm good to go. 3 or 4 options for each situation, it's very much enough as long as you do a thing called "laundry". I always try to look alright when I'm going anywhere, but I don't need $8500-high standards for that, I can get by with cheaper stuff.

I've many more things to care about than my appearance.

That’s a pretty ridiculous sum of money to be spending on clothes or anything if you’re not rich. I mean if he has the money great but still. This is a lot of ppl today. https://goo.gl/images/h3bPxH

They buy expensive things they can’t afford and things they really need like groceries, rent, car repairs/payments, they’re broke and lose their house, car gets repossessed, etc. 

Last edited by UltimateGamer1982 - on 25 July 2018

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mZuzek said:
LipeJJ said:

You guys genuinely scare me. I've seen many saying they didn't buy clothes at all in the past years... that's worrisome. As the years go by, I feel like we're living in a post apocalyptic fashion world where people dress as beggars, only with leftovers, lack of coherence, mismatching colors, etc.

I wonder why this is happening. In the past people were self aware and cared about looking good and had basic fashion knowledge, but not today

It's called a point of view. Personally, I'm scared that someone could spend $8500 on clothes in half a year. I mean, dude, $8500!! I'm not sure I ever spent that much money my whole life (not including expenses paid by other people of course).

I have absolutely no reason to buy new clothes if I have enough variety currently available. All I need is a few shirts, pants, socks, underwear, shoes and jackets for each situation (home/outside, cold/warm) and I'm good to go. 3 or 4 options for each situation, it's very much enough as long as you do a thing called "laundry". I always try to look alright when I'm going anywhere, but I don't need $8500-high standards for that, I can get by with cheaper stuff.

I've many more things to care about than my appearance.

Maybe I didn't express myselft that well. Like someone on this thread already said, I think you don't have to spend much to look good. You could spend only $300 a year on clothes and still look great. The only reason why I spend huge amounts is simply because I'm a fashion enthusiast (it's a hobby, like gaming). To be honest, I don't even buy much stuff, only the essential (like 5 shirts, 3 pants, 2 suits + extra stuff a year). My complaint was regarding the complete lack of common sense/self awareness/basic fashion knowledge of 90% of people these days. To be fair, most of them could look much better with what they already spend. 

Ka-pi96 said:
LipeJJ said:

You guys genuinely scare me. I've seen many saying they didn't buy clothes at all in the past years... that's worrisome. As the years go by, I feel like we're living in a post apocalyptic fashion world where people dress as beggars, only with leftovers, lack of coherence, mismatching colors, etc.

I wonder why this is happening. In the past people were self aware and cared about looking good and had basic fashion knowledge, but not today

Ya know, people can, and do, think different things look good to the things you like. There's no need to insult them and say they dress like "beggars" because of that.

Besides, I'm very much of the opinion that comfort > everything when it comes to clothes. I couldn't really give a shit what people think I look like, if my clothes are comfortable then I'm going to continue wearing them.

Oh and if we're talking about the past when people wore idiotic things like corsets just to look "good" then I think it's definitely a good thing those days are long gone!

Yes, they can think differently... if they have any knowledge, or at least an opinion. I'm TOTALLY ok with different styles. For example, I dislike the urban style a lot, but I respect anyone who likes it simply because it's coherent and has some thought/logic to it. On the other hand, most people these days don't even think about what they're wearing. They just grab whatever pops up first, or like you said, "feels comfortable".

But there is a difference between being comfortable and making yourself look much worse than you could. Most high end fashion are extremely comfortable as they're mostly made of top tier materials (like pure cotton, silk, satin, cashmere and crepe). And then there's also budget stuff like Lacoste, Tommy and Calvin Klein that have some quality and comfort to it too. There are plenty of comfortable choices to highlight your best qualities (or at least hide the worst). The only thing needed is basic knowledge and self awareness (to know your physical advantages and disadvantages). In my case, I have skinny legs, so if I chose loose pants, I'd look like a clown. It's basic stuff like that that make a difference.

mZuzek said:
BraLoD said:

Some of my clothes are over 10 years old.

I think the jacket I use the most is around 15.

You must be a beggar, then.

Not really. One of my favorite briefcases is 9 years old and I'm not dropping it any soon. If you take good care of something, it can really last and shine. 

UltimateGamer1982 said:
mZuzek said:

It's called a point of view. Personally, I'm scared that someone could spend $8500 on clothes in half a year. I mean, dude, $8500!! I'm not sure I ever spent that much money my whole life (not including expenses paid by other people of course).

I have absolutely no reason to buy new clothes if I have enough variety currently available. All I need is a few shirts, pants, socks, underwear, shoes and jackets for each situation (home/outside, cold/warm) and I'm good to go. 3 or 4 options for each situation, it's very much enough as long as you do a thing called "laundry". I always try to look alright when I'm going anywhere, but I don't need $8500-high standards for that, I can get by with cheaper stuff.

I've many more things to care about than my appearance.

That’s a pretty ridiculous sum of money to be spending on clothes or anything if you’re not rich. I mean if he has the money great but still. This is a lot of ppl today. https://goo.gl/images/h3bPxH

They buy expensive things they can’t afford and things they really need like groceries, rent, car repairs/payments, they’re broke and lose their house, car gets repossessed, etc. 

Actually, I usually spend $20000 per year on clothes, and I only buy some essential items. There are many more ways to spend more. That said, I don't have money issues. lol

You only have to be aware of your cash flow and live accordingly.



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