The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

Men's clothes that I pulled off (fashion that women don't like).

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I am in my 30s.

I have compiled a list of things that I have felt all through my 20s and thought, "Oh, this outfit...".

So-called fashion that women don't like. It is my subjective opinion.

Who the hell do you think you are? If you think "Who are you?", please close it here.

(But I know a lot of girls who can relate.)

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Men's "Bad Fashion for Girls"

Now I will explain the fashions that I thought, "If a man wears this dress, I might pull it off.

(Maybe a lot of them are pretty royal.)

Extremely open V-neck with a zipped chest

Unmotivated fashion (V-neck with too much open chest)
A certain amount of V-neck is fine, but an extremely zipped neck is "eh.

Sometimes I see V-shirts that are so zipped up that you can almost see the nipples.

If you are muscular and have a solid body shape, it is a form of self-expression, but if you have a normal or skinny body shape, a V-neck is not so good.... But if you have a normal or skinny body type, a V-neck is a little too much....

Eh, I can see the bones. ・・・・ and I can't even look at them.

I don't think the girls will like it.

pointed-toe shoes

Unmotivated fashion (pointy shoes)
Do you sometimes have shoes that are extremely toggled?

If it is moderately pointy, there is still a limit.

I think, "What nice shoes! I think, "If I get kicked with these, it will hurt..." before I think, "What a nice pair of shoes!

"Aren't you going to trip and fall?" I'd also think, "Wow! How stylish!" I don't think so.

tote bag

Unmotivated fashion (bag)

Here.A royal item often referred to as an unattractive fashion item.

If it's a campus tote bag, it's still fine, but black or khaki, like a business bag.Vertical tote bag.

afterMysteriously, there are many claims of decorations and clasps.

Tote bags with logos or unnecessary pockets and buttons are considered tacky.

The more elaborately decorated the bag is, the more tacky it looks.

I think the bag is not popular with girls.

Vest (gilet, vest)

Unmotivated fashion (vests and gilets)
Stylish, but chic.It's too tacky.Some say.

Why is it that I don't think anything of down jackets for vests, but I'm resistant to cloth-based vests? Does it make me look like a magician or something?

So what about a three-piece vest? I feel like, in the case of suits, the girls' opinions are divided~.

I think wearing it in a casual coordinate is, um, not popular with girls.

cargo pants

Unmotivated fashion (cargo pants)
You hear this a lot.... I think cargo pants are not popular with girls because I hear it soooo often.

What's with all those extra pockets!" I think.

The reason may be the same as the vertical tote bag introduced earlier.

Not if you are at camp.

Denim a good idea.... If you are in doubt, denim is definitely a safe choice.

Men's fashion that women like...

I'm not a fashion professional, so I can't speak highly of it.

I kind of feel like I don't need to dress up in a strange way.

If you want, just a T-shirt and denim will suffice.

(I really don't know who I'm talking to here, but I'm writing about it.)

And it doesn't matter how much the clothes cost. I mean, you can't tell by the way they look.

I think it would be easier to make a simple coordinate if you limit the colors of the clothes you incorporate to three colors in one coordinate.

Personally, I think white shirts and denim are really cool andI think it's definitely worth having...(What are you looking at?)

Even if you are not conscious of being popular, white shirts can be worn for a variety of occasions.White shirt in times of troubleTargeted.

It's like that.

I mean, there are a lot of really cool UNIQLO and GU coordinates out there.

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I'm in my 30s (soon to be in my 40s), having been buried in the rough and tumble of society, once falling into the abyss and becoming a cripple. My labor sucks, but I'm doing my best. Please do not hesitate to contact me.

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