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Nada que ver...no soy cholo, ni naco...mi gente es de rancho.
Si son medios incomodos pero uno se acostumbra...y la verdad el estilo setentero de rancho era una evolucion de ropa de campesino a ropa "Western" estilo estadounidense...no llego al nivel de cursi del estilo que se encontro en Tejas...llego a un nivel con estilo sin ser excesivo, en mi opinion.
They can be a bit uncomfortable but one becomes accustomed to it...the 70's ranch style in Mexico (Jalisco to be exact) achieved a nice happy medium and wasn't excessive the way Western style did in say Texas in the 70's.
Today, I am wearing a Brooks Brothers blue blazer that is 55% polyester-45% wool and a Brooks Brothers repp tie that is 65% silk-35% polyester. I bought both items at Brooks Brothers in the late '60's-early 70's. At that time, Brooks Brothers sold many things that were part polyester. Somehow, since that time, some people now imagine that there is something horrid about things that are part polyester. I have no idea how that idea got into their minds. Things that are part polyester seem to hold up better over the years and are far less attractive to moths than items made of 100% wool or 100% silk.