^ I don't understand the post above me
Again, I can't stress enough that I feel Ed Hardy and Affliction alike are relevant to location and somewhat age. On a college campus like mine, I don't see a lot of guys wearing that brand... also, being in college, a lot of the other guys can't 'afford' those brands. I wear Ed Hardy and Affliction shirts, not to peacock necessarily, but because I
I think telling someone not to wear a certain brand is quite counter-productive and naive here. If a guy likes a certain brand, and it fits personal his style, why not wear it? If a guy feels comfortable with a certain style/brand, would you rather him dress a different way because you
think it's unoriginal? I mostly wear vintage/muscle fit t-shirts and straight leg jeans with a kind of preppy look. I would not feel comfortable wearing baggy clothes or looking "gangsta". What I'm getting at is I wouldn't change my style just because the brands I choose to wear are not always original. I wear what I feel comfortable and confident in. Confidence is key to having a good time.