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Subject: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: thisismelemon on 05/17/18 at 3:49 am

Here's a few pictures of what i think people will associate as stereotypical 2010's fashion for men

https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-fa10e847a75c938ea39cd45c2ea85e9d

https://i.pinimg.com/736x/6f/59/a5/6f59a5ce1a2c63d0fb508f0e258401de.jpg

https://d2fzf9bbqh0om5.cloudfront.net/var/www/apps/rebelsmarket/production/current/public/system/blog/post_pictures/data/content/5576.jpg

http://www.istyla.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/inspiring-pin-by-saurav-satpute-on-saurav-pinterest-hairstyle-men-beard-designs-within-killer-mens-undercut-with-beard-591x591.jpg

https://menhairstylesware.co/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/new-beard-styles-for-men-2017-fresh-stylish-mens-undercut-beards-2017-hairdrome.jpg

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/FOb7O5DF-CA/maxresdefault.jpg


Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: Tyrannosaurus Rex on 05/17/18 at 9:38 am

http://www.manbunhairstyle.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/A-hipster-with-a-shaggy-beard-and-a-full-man-bun-hair-style.jpg

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: gibbo on 05/17/18 at 4:56 pm

I was going to say beards ... but your pictorial said it all.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: LooseBolt on 05/17/18 at 5:03 pm

Thick-rimmed glasses, manbuns, plaid. Basically if you look like a nerdy lumberjack.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: gibbo on 05/17/18 at 5:06 pm


Thick-rimmed glasses, manbuns, plaid. Basically if you look like a nerdy lumberjack.



... or girly lumberjack!    Young men appear to have be drawn heavily into what were once the womens product market (e.g. fragrances, moisturizers, manscaping, hair products etc)

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: musicguy93 on 05/17/18 at 9:51 pm

I really don't understand how this whole aesthetic became popular. It really makes me sick  8-P. I already have the feeling that fashion in the 2010s will age horribly. I really hope there is a complete backlash against these hideous trends.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: ofkx on 05/17/18 at 10:06 pm

Yep, that seems about right. I don't get why some guys wear stuff like this, it looks horrible. You do you, I guess.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: Voiceofthe70s on 05/17/18 at 10:21 pm


I was going to say beards ... but your pictorial said it all.


A funny thing about today's "beard" trend...coming from the 60s and 70s as I do, it is obvious that beards were also a trend in the 60s, especially the late 60s. Think of late period Beatles, for example. But the difference I sense from the beard trend then and the beard trend now is that there was just something more natural, more earthy, more HONEST, more "let it all hang out" (as we used to say) about it then. Today's trend seems so much more SELF-CONSCIOUS. Filtered through hipsterism, irony, etc. Not unlike today's fey and highly self-conscious indie music. It's the self-conscious aspect that makes it kind of pretentious.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/18/18 at 1:23 am


I was going to say beards ... but your pictorial said it all.
It has always been beards, ever since the caveman?

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: Dundee on 05/18/18 at 6:20 am

Man, people compilating all my desired aesthetics into one thread, the heavens must have talked.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: LooseBolt on 05/18/18 at 8:13 am


Man, people compilating all my desired aesthetics into one thread, the heavens must have talked.


Word up. 👍

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: Voiceofthe70s on 05/18/18 at 8:34 am

Actually this is more a 2000s thing, but I never liked the short sleeved t shirt over a long sleeved shirt look, which I have named "the Sheldon Cooper look".  It has an air of goofiness about it. It thankfully seems to have receded now, but it was all-pervasive for quite a while.  Maybe somebody here who knows better than me can give a timeline of when that unfortunate look arose and when it thankfully started to fade away.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: thisismelemon on 05/18/18 at 10:41 am

A few more pictures

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/YhIrJ-j-EEY/maxresdefault.jpg

https://i.pinimg.com/originals/69/0f/12/690f1298972d75cea757848bcefdccca.jpg

https://i.pinimg.com/originals/0b/9d/07/0b9d0793e818393917a06cdaf064ef1b.jpg

https://i0.wp.com/getreallikes.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/urban-street-wear-street-fashion-white-shoes-longline-mens-inside-mens-fashion-white-shoes.jpg

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/8ymnpkG16Zs/maxresdefault.jpg

https://beardoholic.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/44229962_l-Copy.jpg

https://images.wired.it/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/1431417593_Schermata-2015-05-12-alle-09.59.10.png

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: Emman on 05/25/18 at 8:04 pm


Actually this is more a 2000s thing, but I never liked the short sleeved t shirt over a long sleeved shirt look, which I have named "the Sheldon Cooper look".  It has an air of goofiness about it. It thankfully seems to have receded now, but it was all-pervasive for quite a while.  Maybe somebody here who knows better than me can give a timeline of when that unfortunate look arose and when it thankfully started to fade away.


It was a '90s/'00s thing, Kurt Cobain sported this look in the Smells Like Teen Spirit music video.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: 97er on 05/27/18 at 12:28 am

Joggers!

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: BornIn86 on 05/27/18 at 1:54 am


I really don't understand how this whole aesthetic became popular. It really makes me sick  8-P. I already have the feeling that fashion in the 2010s will age horribly. I really hope there is a complete backlash against these hideous trends.


In your opinion, what has aged well?

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: 2001 on 06/01/18 at 4:02 pm

This is me in early spring. I dress very stereotypically 2010s, and maybe 20 years from now I want to look back at my old pictures and say "Oh my God, that is SO 2010s!" ;D

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: mwalker1996 on 06/01/18 at 5:47 pm


This is me in early spring. I dress very stereotypically 2010s, and maybe 20 years from now I want to look back at my old pictures and say "Oh my God, that is SO 2010s!" ;D
Nice, you look kinda Russian. You did say you were South Asian.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: 2001 on 06/01/18 at 8:18 pm


Nice, you look kinda Russian. You did say you were South Asian.


Russian? Haha, that's a new one ;D

BTW, I won't be able to make it to the stream. My headset isn't coming until tomorrow.  :(

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: 2001 on 06/02/18 at 12:04 am

Gauging the interest of a "What are you wearing today?" thread for those of us who like 2010s fashion (or don't, and doing a throwback style). Would anyone be interested? It would be lame if it was just me posting ;D

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: musicguy93 on 06/02/18 at 12:25 am


In your opinion, what has aged well?


Based on all your previous responses to my comments (you probably seek out my posts purposefully), I don't know if you're trying to bate me or not, but whatever. I'm not saying anything has aged well, just that 2010s fashion will age much worse than some other decades. This whole fruity/hipster/fashionable-nerd aesthetic, and its cousin the trashy/trap-rap/fresh-society aesthetic (although they are indistinguishable most of the time), is just disgusting to me. I really hope there are more choices in the 2020s, like there was in previous decades, and not just this pretentious, ugly garbage.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: aja675 on 06/02/18 at 3:29 am


This is me in early spring. I dress very stereotypically 2010s, and maybe 20 years from now I want to look back at my old pictures and say "Oh my God, that is SO 2010s!" ;D
You look vaguely like that one guy I got shipped with on another forum.  :D

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: 2001 on 06/02/18 at 4:26 am


You look vaguely like that one guy I got shipped with on another forum.  :D


Are you talking about kindacool? Is he in the album? 👀

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: aja675 on 06/02/18 at 4:43 am

Nope. He joined in 2012.  :P

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: 2001 on 06/02/18 at 1:24 pm


Nope. He joined in 2012.  :P


But you know how he looks like 👀

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: 90s Guy on 06/02/18 at 2:57 pm

I'm personally not a fan of the 2010s look, if taken to an extreme, but Slowpoke's picture looks like it will age well. It's pretty timeless fashion that could have come from anytime after the 1960s. I think it will hold up well. It won't be the 2010s equivalent of a leisure suit IMO.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: Howard on 06/02/18 at 3:14 pm


This is me in early spring. I dress very stereotypically 2010s, and maybe 20 years from now I want to look back at my old pictures and say "Oh my God, that is SO 2010s!" ;D


Is the shirt supposed to be unbuttoned like that? ???

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: BornIn86 on 06/07/18 at 8:41 pm


Based on all your previous responses to my comments (you probably seek out my posts purposefully), I don't know if you're trying to bate me or not, but whatever. I'm not saying anything has aged well, just that 2010s fashion will age much worse than some other decades. This whole fruity/hipster/fashionable-nerd aesthetic, and its cousin the trashy/trap-rap/fresh-society aesthetic (although they are indistinguishable most of the time), is just disgusting to me. I really hope there are more choices in the 2020s, like there was in previous decades, and not just this pretentious, ugly garbage.


I really, really don't. I just tend to find many of your opinions overly judgemental and lacking in perspective. You tend to act like there's this great pressure from society to "act the 2010s way" or else when most people mostly dress, act, and listen to what they please. So in a way, I'm trying to bate you so I can understand where you're coming from.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: wixness on 06/08/18 at 7:04 am

Basically the highly gendered hipster look. God damn it, 2010s, you could have done better!

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: LooseBolt on 06/08/18 at 9:36 am


Basically the highly gendered hipster look. God damn it, 2010s, you could have done better!


I never understood the hate for the look, actually.

Subject: Re: What will be remembered as stereotypical 2010's Men Fashion

Written By: wixness on 06/08/18 at 11:20 am


I never understood the hate for the look, actually.

I wanted a more genderless look - I wish the emo look could have continued for that reason. People hate it because it looks pretentious. From what I've seen once in some meme, these guys look like they could be manly but aren't, because they aren't stereotypical lumberjacks - they only look like it. As with the man bun, they believe it's another element of the "metrosexual" trend of last decade, when men took care of their appearance as a sign of gender non-conformity. Some people hate the side shaves because it looks "edgy". I don't like a variation of it - short back and sides - since it looks like yet another conservative and gender conforming hair cut on men.

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