Urban Fashion — Gone Are Those Days Where Baggy Jeans and additional Long T-shirts Were in Style

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Feb 13, 2017 · 2 min read

Should you look back ten years or two ago with hip hop music at a steady rise, and the whole attitude and fashion sense that came with it, urban fashion is directly linked with this culture.

Rap music and the culture is noted for trend setting, and therefore it has the capacity to pursue large numbers of individuals to look, act or even think a certain way.

Fashion is among the biggest aspects of this culture.high fashion urban luxury Many trends have come and gone, and a few still popular today like the act of wearing a baseball hats together with your outfit.

The main one trend that is gradually going out of style is baggy clothing. At one time period mainly in the southern states of the usa were urban fashion was thought of as extremely baggy jeans and tall t-shirts that reached almost to your knees. urban menswear style It was considered cool for some time and everybody was in it. Rappers dressed by doing this so their fans followed by doing exactly the same.

Recently, the situation has changed. The brand new rappers tend to be more edgy and elegance conscious. They wear and embrace more fitting clothing, some more fitting than the others.

Some older rappers have questioned or perhaps opposed this change popular and don’t really embrace it, saying it portrays a female aspects of clothing. They are saying tight clothing ought to be left for ladies, however the few which do fully stand up and then try to defend baggy clothing only get overshadowed through the masses.

This phenomenon has also changed the way urban designers design and showcase their clothing to their buyers. Their clothes are slimmer and promote much more of a gentleman’s look, not too of a thuggish individual.

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