See, I guess I come at this from a different perspective. WAYWRN has always had an element of feedback to it--many people are posting here in order to become better dressers, to develop their style, etc. Feedback helps to do this.
If this was nothing other than a circlejerk where every fit is met with a chorus of "Awesome!" and "Well done!", no one improves. No one learns that their clothes don't come close to fitting them, that mixing six patterns of the same scale is a bad idea, or that neon red doesn't look good on, well, anyone. Further, if it was only to show off what you were wearing, regardless of how well the fit works, and with no feedback, this would speak very negatively about those posting there--that it is simply a matter of narcissism, wanting a bunch of positive feedback, genuine or not, about what they are wearing.
Certainly, feedback should be polite and constructive. "Stay off teh intarwebz, n00b" doesn't help anyone improve. But I strongly disagree that terrible fits shouldn't be called such.
I'd rather have harsh feedback that's constructive than none at all. That said, critical feedback tends to fall into a few camps: there are people who get what you're trying to do, but think it would be better if..., and then there are people who just don't get it and think you should nuke the whole thing and wear totally different clothes. You have to figure out your approach on your own -- there are things that have gotten no love on here that I'm likely to wear again, and then there are minor critiques which have been distinctly thought-provoking and have had more of an impact.
Rdiaz, that's really great. The BD collar works really well there.