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How your (views of) clothes have changed over time

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I'll skip the childhood cos I was a slave to my mums will, and tbh though she dressed me in the most respectable way :lol:

13-15 days it was hustling to fund Air Max hoodies for £50 smh - no swag.

And everyman was pushing Evisu jeans from Dalston market - no swag.

And Dunks, Hurarches etc.

At 15-17 sh*t stepped up, started moulding my own look, eased off the boot-cut jeans, copped some respectable sh*t - semi-swag.

These days I do my own sh*t, got a thing for these Guide London shirts this summer, I won't lie student loan is helping fund the look still.

But these are my views innit...

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Was always dressed with a hiphop influence. From young think it was cos it left an impression on me from very young even before football.

It hasn't changed much from when I was 9 and I could select what I wanted to wear to my mum. Before that I was wearing what my mum liked.

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Who remembers the Moschino jeans though? Jeez

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I think Asians are still wearing them...

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Yeah there is a asian that wears that to uni

Literally looks like he dropped into paralell universe from the 90's

He also wears South Pole. He was born East as well

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when ever i see sum 1 wearin mosh or iceberg i jus assume they are fresh outa pen from a big bird and dont know no better

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I always end up following trends but half heartedly. For example back when I was 12 I used to rock imitation baseball jerseys from Market hahaha

Now I am on this bright colours, outlandish stuff, but not properly, not going to a wear a top with a cleavage and spray on lookn jeans

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I must admit at first i was like wtf is this skinny jeans sh*t. But now i'm like it can look cool but i wouldn't buss it.

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o man is it a c/s moment?

*remembers that poem*

but yeah I know what you mean some people can pull it off but nah never see me rocking it

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Teenage years - Lacoste tracksuits, Nike tracksuits, Bon Bleu tracksuits and body warmers (you'd have to be from Liverpool to understand this), Nike Cortez/Air Max, belly tops etc etc etc

Now - OMG never

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Always dressed kinda the same tbh. If its not all black attire its Brand name tee or polo, jeans, and white or black trainers.

These days most of my wardrobe is Boxfresh though.

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lol some of the mosh garms that ppl were pushing back in the day were frankly outrageous.

i pretty much lived in nike tracksuits and air max 90's till the age of 16.

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i pretty much lived in nike tracksuits and air max 90's till the age of 16.

truss

stepped up my sh*t now

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PEOPLE ASK ME , "JACK WHAT KIND OF TOP IS THIS.... QUESTION MARK"

AND I BE LIKE, "HONESTLY, LOOK HERE'S THE YELLOW BIRD, I AINT GOTTA SPEAK"

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Yea my grams back in the day were pretty atrocious thinking about it. Nowadays even if my going to my local shop I have to look presentable. I have become more vain as i've become older.

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I cant lie slim fit jeans are the bizness if u can drop em.

I can tell our generation are coming off the american dress hype and I for one cosign it.

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