Anyone else notice /fa/ zoomers everywhere? Im getting relentlessly mogged. Im worried.
>>17173105Now is not the time
>>17173100Around here they mostly just wear joggers and gigantic t-shirts.
>>17173100yes but they arent doing anything original enough that makes me stand out less, if youre getting mogged I imagine youre too much of a trend follower.Describe what theyre wearing>>17173247yeah its kinda hard to get mogged if theyre wearing streetwear and mom jeans with vans or something
>>17173100no, i am the /fa/ zoomer
>>17173100fr fr no cap, I remember when I was a teen a few years ago I used to fashion mogg everyone but now in my Uni everyone have a decent style bcz of tiktok/instagram and I don't stand out anymore.
>>17173100And they all have Gucci, Prada and Coach, the latest iphone, as well as a paid-off college education. I don't know how they ALL seem to do it.But honestly, if you can only afford to dress your kids in off-brand outlet store crap, don't even have them. I realize that now as an adult. So much of my childhood was my parents coping and gaslighting me into thinking I'm bad for noticing we were poor. It matters a lot. As a kid, you don't grow up knowing what fitting in feels like, you're an undesirable, you're low caste, and that becomes who you are inside, and carries over into adult life.
>>17173100as a zoomer I can say that many are still lacking
Found this at goodwill. It's literally THAT easy, op
>>17173100What are their fits like OP? On a given day most zoomers are just in typical tee+shorts outfits, the occasional tiktok eboy, and a weirdly high number of guys, usually overweight/ugly/balding who dress like weird Midwestern farmer hipsters
>>17175216most zoomers *in my area
>>17175216Not OP but I see a lot of alt types wearing pants with chains, platform boots or cowboy boots, band shirts and chokers, cool hair and makeup, that sort of thing
>>17175190Where it with sum chucks to complete the drip bro :)
>>17175244alt ppl mog norms on the fucking daily and im tired of pretending they are cringe
>>17175190There was never a question about it being easy to look like shit.I don't buy that you actually got that. Post fit.
>>17178860It was huge so it wouldn't fit me but things are these things are sneasy to come buy
>>17179183i snead one of these
>>17174686Weak man, there’s nothing inherently wrong w being poor. stop cockwatching teenagers hop off and go make some fucking money u loser
>>17179183>but things are these things are sneasy to come buy
>>17173100Its the way of all things bro, though, most zoomiebabies are still in youngshit mode. Give it a few years when they reach mid 20's post-college, real job age, then those who can, WILL. Praise be to the young bucks. Get it.
>>17179396>nothing wrong with being poorthere's a lot wrong with it, actually
>>17173100No. Kids are just as fashionable as I was thrir age, not at all.
>>17179483Most zoomies copy the same lookguys: broc cut, hoodie, 5" shorts, and white sneakers with crew socksgirls: tiktok thot
>>17174686>If you can't afford buying your kids overpriced brand-name "luxury" crap you shouln't have themSmooth-brain take. Logos and whatnot are ugly, good job paying 400 bucks to be an advertisement for an artificial-scarcity "italian" brand.
I'm a zoomer and I just wear all black or black and white cuz idk how to do colours and all I wear are cargo pants boots t shirts and sometimes sweatshirts all my shit is number nine undercover or just uniqlo
>>17173100they found out about zara i wouldn’t think too hard about it
>>17179724So am I :) Look at colorful inspo pics for help and also learn a bit about the color wheel. But don't treat it as unquestionable. I've seen fits the use colors that would in theory clash but don't.
>>17174259>mom jeans with vansjfc I hate this played out look
>>17173100What, you mean the current primary demographic of internet users is using the internet? What did you expect?
>>17174686Man this board is getting disgusting
>>17174686Very true, poor kids can't even afford to be socialised properly
>>17181954It's literally the interactionsist sociological perspective.
the thought of the solution is not there when i think
I don't leave my house so no