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If You're Gonna Dress Up, Do It Like This


Alt Names: alt Đã ăn diện thì phải ăn diện sao cho đúng.alt 衣服要这么穿alt Fuku wo Kiru nara Konna Fuu nialt 服を着るならこんなふうに
Author: Shimano Yae
Artist: Shimano Yae
Genres: Comedy ComedySeinen SeinenSlice of Life Slice of Life
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Yuusuke, an average office worker meets with his friend at a reunion, only to find out that the fashion world has left him behind. Now, with the help of his sister Tamaki, Yuusuke must take his step into the world of trends and charisma.
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Chapters

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Vol.1 Ch.8 Read Online
/a/nonymous Aranea 3 days ago
Vol.1 Ch.7 Read Online
/a/nonymous Aranea A week ago
Vol.1 Ch.6 Read Online
/a/nonymous Aranea 2 weeks ago
Vol.1 Ch.5 Read Online
/a/nonymous Aranea 3 weeks ago
Vol.1 Ch.4 Read Online
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Vol.1 Ch.2 Read Online
Kazykly Bochulaz A week ago
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143 Comments

ROMANCE TIME?!?! I loved the character interactions and everything so far but I'm a sucker for a little potential budding love in my manga.

I'm a bit worried with how much they shill, which is good advice and which is shilling.

 

We're all nerds here, you know how easy it is to get obsessed over a new hobby.

Something similar is happening to me recently, not really getting fashion conscious but trying to look nicer (I like to joke that Saints' Row ruined me). Now I went and bought 3 shirts and 3 t-shirts in a short period, like WTF Alex, you only have the 1 torso.

 

I'd shill for uniqlo. Good quality and not overtly expensive for the most part.

It really bothers me that they don't show him returning the clothes he doesn't want. You only have like 30 days man c'mon!

 

I bet he's like "I won't return them! I already bought them with such eagerness that if I go and do that I'll either get convinced to not to, get other messed up combination or just not being able to return them!"

I'm a bit worried with how much they shill, which is good advice and which is shilling.

 

Anyone else finds it kind of creepy/uncomfortable just how excited he gets over all this? First thing he did after getting one good pair of pants was to rush and spend all his money on more same pants. And now... "mental training"? What the fuck?

We're all nerds here, you know how easy it is to get obsessed over a new hobby.

Something similar is happening to me recently, not really getting fashion conscious but trying to look nicer (I like to joke that Saints' Row ruined me). Now I went and bought 3 shirts and 3 t-shirts in a short period, like WTF Alex, you only have the 1 torso.

I think it's such a great idea to do "how to dress nicely" manual in the form of manga! It's more interesting and feels much better that those pieces of advice in fashion magazines. And these magazines also teach you what's in trend just right now while this manga teaches some basic rules that seems simple, but in fact are important. I want more of it! And I also want a girl version! Where they too realistically start from basics and not just do a one-time makeover with the help of professional stylist team.

It really bothers me that they don't show him returning the clothes he doesn't want. You only have like 30 days man c'mon!

Nothing wrong with Uniqlo. Though some of their stuff is meh. But, Uniqlo X J.W.Anderson soon, who's with me!?! I think it will be a great collab.

LMFAO getting excited and being interested in fashion is automatically gay? Please grow up. If you think somebody would make fun of you for acting like the protag, maybe question why that is. And if he does turn out to be gay, who cares? It's a cute manga about a nice sister-brother relationship and basic fashion tips. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Ahh... It's the BCS at it again. Don't sweat it, he's just like that. See his other comments lol, you'll understand.

Let the Rom-Com begin!

LMFAO getting excited and being interested in fashion is automatically gay? Please grow up. If you think somebody would make fun of you for acting like the protag, maybe question why that is. And if he does turn out to be gay, who cares? It's a cute manga about a nice sister-brother relationship and basic fashion tips. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 

Don't mind him, he's like one of those kids who tried to be different but end up looking like a slob lol

Tamaki is too cute, way too cute. 

Sure

I didn't sign up for Tamaki with contact lenses though

Anyone else finds it kind of creepy/uncomfortable just how excited he gets over all this? First thing he did after getting one good pair of pants was to rush and spend all his money on more same pants. And now... "mental training"? What the fuck?

He's almost acting like a stereotypical "fabulous gay guy" except they're manga is trying to play it completely straight. Pun unintended. I know in mangas people aren't people, they are actually high-tech robots, but this is just too much.

LMFAO getting excited and being interested in fashion is automatically gay? Please grow up. If you think somebody would make fun of you for acting like the protag, maybe question why that is. And if he does turn out to be gay, who cares? It's a cute manga about a nice sister-brother relationship and basic fashion tips. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Anyone else finds it kind of creepy/uncomfortable just how excited he gets over all this? First thing he did after getting one good pair of pants was to rush and spend all his money on more same pants. And now... "mental training"? What the fuck?

He's almost acting like a stereotypical "fabulous gay guy" except they're manga is trying to play it completely straight. Pun unintended. I know in mangas people aren't people, they are actually high-tech robots, but this is just too much.

This manga reminds me of when I introduced my little brother to ~fashion~. :) He dresses much better now that he knows how to coordinate colours and pick simple things to look more stylish. It's not complicated! Nerds can look good too!

I can't believe this manga Cliffhangered me

I don't know how to put it, but i clearly want a girlfriend like Tamaki who does her best to make her boyfriend looks nice and cool in front of the others.

 

Big thumbs

She's the ideal girlfriend.

 

Too bad for him she's his sister. I'll take her for myself, thank you.

Covers of volumes 2-4

Spoiler

Who are other characters?

Tamaki is too cute, way too cute. 

She's so freaking precious.

As someone who's quite broke at the time, this manga sure love to tease me mmm...

 I always bring my clutch not because of fashion or because I need something to put things in, but because my right arm/hand feels naked if it's not holding on something. (A good substitute is a book or a planner.)

The male character really reminds me of my old self so I can relate and think about how stupid I was back then.

This comment section is so sad to me, oh my god.

First of all, it's not common for retail workers to make commission. That's for really high-end places (and also Victoria's Secret, iirc--they seem to like hostility and aggressive competitiveness in their salespeople). But if you're working somewhere normal, you don't make commission. There are employee discounts and occasionally contests and things? But aside from that, your motivation is "it's your job to sell things so you get paid instead of fired". Like any other job.

I can only speak for America, though.

Look, there are salespeople out there who are trying to take advantage of you, but in my experience, that's not all that common. We want you to walk out happy. Who benefits from a bad shopping experience? You come into a store, we assume you want to buy something. We're there to tell you about sales and help you find what you need and get you the best deal out of that. We know the ins and outs, and we can use that to save you money and help you walk out of the store with something you love. And for many of us, that's very fulfilling. I always hated it when people came in in a bad mood, but if I got them smiling by the time they left, it would be the best part of my day.

Bottom line, we're people, not snakes. Lots of us work very hard to know our shit and build trust with shoppers. You can learn how to spot the dishonest ones, and I hope that you do. That way, you can go back to an innocent-until-proven-guilty policy with salespeople, and have a much more pleasant experience overall. It's good for salespeople, it's good for the company, and most importantly, it's good for you.

This applies mostly to places with active salespeople. There are a lot of places with passive salespeople, who rarely interact with shoppers outside of the final transaction, but I don't think those are the ones you guys are concerned about.

(Also I say "we", but I haven't worked in retail for over a year haha whoops. Points stand.)

 

 

Even on manga sites you snakes are trying to convince us you're not out to make shopping hell.

 

You can't fool me.

This comment section is so sad to me, oh my god.

First of all, it's not common for retail workers to make commission. That's for really high-end places (and also Victoria's Secret, iirc--they seem to like hostility and aggressive competitiveness in their salespeople). But if you're working somewhere normal, you don't make commission. There are employee discounts and occasionally contests and things? But aside from that, your motivation is "it's your job to sell things so you get paid instead of fired". Like any other job.

I can only speak for America, though.

Look, there are salespeople out there who are trying to take advantage of you, but in my experience, that's not all that common. We want you to walk out happy. Who benefits from a bad shopping experience? You come into a store, we assume you want to buy something. We're there to tell you about sales and help you find what you need and get you the best deal out of that. We know the ins and outs, and we can use that to save you money and help you walk out of the store with something you love. And for many of us, that's very fulfilling. I always hated it when people came in in a bad mood, but if I got them smiling by the time they left, it would be the best part of my day.

Bottom line, we're people, not snakes. Lots of us work very hard to know our shit and build trust with shoppers. You can learn how to spot the dishonest ones, and I hope that you do. That way, you can go back to an innocent-until-proven-guilty policy with salespeople, and have a much more pleasant experience overall. It's good for salespeople, it's good for the company, and most importantly, it's good for you.

This applies mostly to places with active salespeople. There are a lot of places with passive salespeople, who rarely interact with shoppers outside of the final transaction, but I don't think those are the ones you guys are concerned about.

(Also I say "we", but I haven't worked in retail for over a year haha whoops. Points stand.)

 

There's only 2 people who made the weird comment about sales people, and one who made a joke about sales people actually being someone people talk to.

Why so sad about that?

 

Further down, there were people arguing about whether the clothes make the man or clothes only look good on naturally attractive people. That one wasn't very fun to read...


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