Nerdy T-shirts, lab coat, trench coats, geeky T-shirts, with my hair in a ponytail or just loose. I wear whatever's been washed, but I buy things which will either scare people off or attract people, depending on how nerdy they are. When I say attract I don't mean sexually, just things that make them think "a fellow nerd, I'm gonna go say hi." For example, my favourite T-shirts say, "do these protons make my mass look big" with a picture of an atom, "I enforce newtons law: you shove me, I shove you back" and one has the simplified standard model of particle physics printed on it!
Do you have an "aesthetic"? watch
- 04-04-2016 11:17
- 04-04-2016 11:24
A 'tailored' look. Pleated and folded fabrics in tops, high waisted trousers, calf-length pencil skirts, mostly in muted colours. Chunky knitted tops occasionally. Not gonna lie, I think of a lot of my clothes as paying some sort of tribute to fashion. I don't own that many clothes though. I'm also a bit of a jewelry/accessories junkie.
On the other hand I also like iridescent and translucent things, usually for accessories and footwear.
PS: Great thread idea. Enjoyed reading about everybody's style.Last edited by cosmic angel; 04-04-2016 at 13:37.
- 04-04-2016 13:26
Classic, feminine, well-fitting and taken with a 'minimalist' approach.
(Original post by dairychocolate)
- 04-04-2016 13:29
'Clean-cut and form-fitting' when going out.
Eg. Short white t-shirt, dark blue trousers, brown leather belt and brown shoes.
Sometimes 'council estate' when I'm going gym or just cba with life.
Eg. Puma hoodie, Nike trackies, Nike trainers.
i live in trackies and hoodies
sometimes i lowkey shop at the mens section in JD
- 04-04-2016 15:22
the amount of cringe in this thread is unbearable, you can already tell that the majority of people here dress like sh*t
- 04-04-2016 15:26
Don't really know what to call it, but I know my style's around 30 years out of date
- 04-04-2016 16:11