Oklahoma City public high school, graduated '89. -Polo knit shirt on warm days (lots of horizontal stripes). -Polo long-sleeve sportshirt on cooler days (lots of plaid). -If not Polo, Harold's was a big player in OKC during that time. -Cotton v-neck tennis-style sweaters. -Cotton cable knit sweater vests over a white Hanes Beefy-T. -Cotton crewneck patterned sweaters (I remember a Colours by Alexander Julian and a few Boston Traders). -T-shirts were a big thing (Ocean Pacific was passe at that time. Vuarnet and Hard Rock Cafe were in). I also wore a lot of tennis themed t-shirts (Le Coq Sportif, Fila, Boast, Ellesse, etc.) -I'm pretty sure I was wearing Levis 550s at the time. Kind of a relaxed fit. No one wore khakis or anything dressier than jeans to school. -Cole Haan or Polo loafers, no socks (usually paired with the shirts and sweaters listed above). -Duck shoes -Wore tennis shoes quite a bit (usually paired with the t-shirts listed above). I recall having a pair of these (I thought John McEnroe was cool.):
-For outerwear (not much of a winter in OKC), most everyone wore ski jackets. I had two CB Sports jackets, one navy down coat and one charcoal grey powder jacket. -Also, embarrassingly, duck boots were trendy to wear. Didn't have to be rainy or snowy. Any day was fine for duck boots.