2/13/2017 - Urban Fashion - Gone Are Those Days Where Baggy Jeans and Extra Long T-shirts Were in Style
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If you look back ten years or two ago with rap music at a steady rise, and also the whole attitude and fashion sense that came with it, urban fashion is directly associated with this culture.

Rap music and also the culture is noted for trend setting, and therefore it has the power to pursue many people to look, act or perhaps think in a certain style.

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

The main one trend that's gradually going out of style is baggy clothing.  ssd susudio urban couture At one time period mainly in the southern states of the usa were urban fashion was regarded as extremely baggy jeans and tall t-shirts that reached almost for your knees. This was considered cool for a while and everybody was into it. Rappers dressed by doing this so their fans followed by doing the same.

Recently, the situation is different. The brand new rappers are more edgy and elegance conscious. They wear and embrace more fitting clothing, some more fitting than the others.

Some older rappers have questioned or even opposed this transformation in fashion and do not really embrace it, saying it portrays a feminine aspects of clothing. diamond sole collection  They say tight clothing should be left for women, however the few that do fully stand up and try to defend baggy clothing only get overshadowed by the masses.

This phenomenon has additionally changed the way urban designers design and showcase their clothing for their buyers. Their clothes are slimmer and promote much more of a gentleman's look, not that of a thuggish individual.

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