Isachenko If you want to continue critiquing fitpics so often you need to say things that are more interesting. Have you looked into posting less frequently a-la Bigskipp et. al?
But seriously, Isachenko and Jamiester, i think you're mistakenly thinking the WAYWT as a "critique my outfit thread". It's not. I wrote something to someone else a while ago:
The problem is your misunderstanding the purpose of the thread; the WAYWT thread isn't really for "critique" of fits, it's about looking at other members and enjoying their sense of style, and then contributing back into it. It's basically like a photo-tumblr but with space for commentary and sometimes dumb semi-informed arguments about alcoholic beverages or electric cars. After all, a forum is social media that was created before social media was a "thing."
In that framework, all fit-pics are "content" that's being offered to the content-consuming members of the forum. Thumbs up/comments are only partly about the "quality" of the fit, but are more about the fit-pic as a piece of crowd-sourced content--judged by the standards of "is this interesting/engaging?" rather than "does this look good?" Things that make something interesting: Aesthetic quality of the fit, Interesting (and rare/expensive) pieces, photo quality, whether someone has particularly interesting challenges (knucks's huge ass), and context within posting history are all factors to making something seem "worth commenting on."
Critique is usually offered, but unless you ask a specific question (like "i'm not sure about this color pallet, what do you guys think?"), or people feel the need to comment on (sometimes due to post history, because it provides narrative context for your picture), it's generally not expected.
In that sense, unremarkable fits or painfully banal lifestyle shots do sometimes get commented on/complimented, because it feeds into the "character" of those posters. A fitpic/lifestyle shot from someone with an extensive posting history is inherently more interesting than some rando kid who looks fine, if unremarkable by the standards of the forum
Once you think about yourself in the ecosystem of content-generators and consumers, everything makes much, much more sense. Consider comments/feedback on this forum less about the quality of the way you dress, but more on your ability to generate interesting and engaging content.
TL;DR: It's a content economy, not a fitpic critique thread.
The reason people are piling on to both of you is because your contributions to this this thread as content sucks. So both of you chill on posting all the time until you can contribute something that the rest of the community finds valuable.