I'm very into my clothes. If I don't get at least one compliment per outfit, I change the outfit. But I hate all those overpriced mall stores, I'm a fan of boutiques like Smyth & Kang, Worth and Kitson.
I don't judge others based on their clothes, but I do notice what they're wearing, I like giving compliments almost as much as I like getting them.
I don't like to dress in whatever piece of clothing I can find. When I go out I like to look modern or atleast okay, except when I'm just going to hang out with people from in neighborhood or play soccer with them, and so forth.
Along with appearing shaved, showered, smelling good, that's how I usually roll. I used to flatten my hair too, but I stopped.
Yeah, see, I love me some pretty clothes. If I actually made money, a good amount of it would go into clothing. But what is actually fashionable is pretty much irrelevant for me. By that I mean what I like doesn't alter because of what is hip and I don't really understand fashion because of this.
Really, fashion confuses me. I'll be reading a magazine and it will have a kind of "what's hip and what isn't" section and they'll be all "Time to stop wearing purple pants" or something. Why would I stop wearing purple pants if I like purple pants?* I don't get it.
*I don't like purple pants
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in any case, do I care about fashion? Yes, to a point. I like to make myself look pretty, but I don't care as much about labels as I go about the clothes themselves and how they make me look/feel. I've paid ten bucks for an item at Walmart almost identical to something my friend got at a higher-end shoe store for something like $40, and I see no shame in that. Not to mention, um. They're CUTER. :3
I like to vary my wardrobe, though. A lot of my peers dress exclusively AE/Hollister/Abercrombie preppy, but I like to change it up. I've got some preppy-concsrvative items, some more fashion-preppy items, skin-tight band t-shirts, baggy black band t-shirts, beach-bum surf clothes, "skater" style clothes, scene kid stuff, some boho stuff, lots of different types of jewelry. I can dress like a Kennedy (emerald crew-neck sweater, yellow striped oxford, white kapris) one day and an indie-loving scenester-loser (skinny jeans, band t-shirt, converse, bows in my hair...) and if anyone's dumb enough to think that the "genre" of my clothing defines my high-school stereotype, then they're clearly not worth my incredibly valuable time.
but I don't care as much about labels as I go about the clothes themselves and how they make me look/feel.
That's what I meant; style. I like to mix that with fashion though. Style is good, but I probably wouldn't wear clothes from the '80s or '90s, as silly of an example as that may be. My point's just that I don't want to wear old stuff that's really outdated.
Mixing is fun and efficient if done correctly. I've mixed older stuff with my newer stuff, worked well once I got it down right. I usually try to look a little original/unique, I don't like dressing almost exactly like a thousand other people. That's what I personally prefer for myself, other people can dress how they want.
I also like to combine that with men's accessories and something like a stylish wristband, though only sometimes. Me love me rings too.
Hardly. That is, it's not the number one priority in my life. Sure, I'll shop at Hollister or American Eagle when the funds allow, but for the most part I don't concern myself with it. I have a specific style (which is composed mainly of tan shorts and dark colored shirts) and it's served me well over the years.
I have not changed my signature in going on two years now.
Yeah, I'm kind of conscious of what I wear. I do go with function over fashion usually though. I wear pretty much the same thing everyday, some relaxed fitted jeans/chords, some t-shirt, and some vulcanized shoes. (Can't beat vulcs skate-wise)
I'll wear whatever. I don't have time to worry about fashion.
Yeah, I honestly can't be bothered with something like fashion. On a daily basis, I'll wear a simple pair of jeans with a regular shirt, preferably white or black. My closet doesn't really have that much of an extended choice of clothes and accesoires either way, so booyah.
I don't really like to go out without a pair of jeans, though. If I'm wearing something that's definitely not even jeans-looking, I'm not going out of the house. Seriously.
I wear my own personal style of clothing which is most comfortable to me. Blue loose boot-cut jeans (usually Levi's), some sort of classic rock band t-shirt or any other t-shirt that is fit for my liking, shoes (DC's or Vans), and a cotton hoody jacket is my usual, casual wardrobe.
I care very little for fashion. If I like it, then I wear it. I'm not going to let "fashion" tell me what to wear. The very idea of such a thing is moronic (pardon the crude remark).