i want to dress in an easy low maintenance comfortable fashion but i want to be distinct from all the athleisure sheeple. any ideas
>>17638884Try different things until you find clothes you're comfortable with that fit your style. I can't tell you what you will personally find comfortable. Some miscellaneous things I like that I find low maintenance and comfortable:- Chinos in older styles/fits- Shirts in casual fabrics (oxford/flannel),- Military/work jackets- Knit sweaters in a relaxed fit- Service boots/white sneakersThis is just some stuff I personally like that's comfortable and easy to put together, but again you should figure out what works for you.
>>17638934even what you described is too involved for my tastes. i don't want to wear any layers and i don't want to put any effort in to dressing. but i don't want to dress thoughtlessly
>>17639154>i don't want to put any effort >i don't want to dress thoughtlesslyyou are retarded and should just fuck off
>>17639154Nothing about what I described is involved. I left out t shirts because that's obvious but apparently that confused you, so if if you're not wearing any layers (do you live in a desert?) just put on a solid color t shirt and jeans/chinos and white sneakers. If it's colder put on a sweater/button down. If it's colder put on a jacket. I don't know what's "involved" about this.
There needs to be a fashion for people with autism board on some other website so they stop posting here
>>17639213>There needs to be a fashion for people with autism board
>>17639213this is the autism website what the fuck are you doing here