Because this depresses me and I'd like to think that the overall aesthetic of SF is fairly safe enough to at least generate some positive comments (otherwise it just gets sadder if the only people who care about our $1000 outfit are all online ) Not today (sorry for cheating), but these have been recent (and btw, they're all girls). -I got a lot of positive reactions when I wore my TaT suit around campus. The cashier complimented me and started a conversation, the train ticket lady also gave me a compliment, and a girl I knew also commented on it positively and began stroking the material (I notice this is common when girls like articles of clothing). -Also, when I wore my crewneck, virtually everyone responded really well too it. Maybe there's just something about a crewneck sweatshirt? Eitherway, the first comment was "You just look really good today" and then later on, people started to single out the crewneck. -I showed up at a party with some people from highschool I knew and this girl really liked my leather jacket. The first question she asked was "Is this real leather?" and after that, she just kinda examined it the way that girls tend to. -The really cute Indian girl with the nice butt I always saw around everywhere complimented me on my white jeans. Unfortunately, that was also the first and last time I saw her before summer break. She said something along the lines of "Oh you're that guy I always see around in the cool white pants" -My french teacher (substitute, not the hot one ) said something along the lines of "Oh you're very fashionable" in French as she was doing roll call. And by compliments I mean compliments, ones that you find sincere. I usually brush off most remarks because people tend to be easily impressed by anything that isn't sweats, baggy jeans, and sweatshirts, etc, but these were ones that actually stood out to me.