That's pretty much how I remember things here too ( although sometimes I know that my memory is wrong about years etc).
I remember that my first FPs were much thicker material than now,one was light blue with navy and white trim ( thought that would have been your choice) and a black one with white and red trim.
I wonder when FP introduced the shirts with trim ? as the first ones that I saw were plain white and I think dark green ?.
I was looking about the other day for a polo with trim ( not a Fred Perry ) and no logo,in a decent material,couldnt find much choice.
As for some people having a downer on skinheads,I am not sure that it is ( always) for sartorial reasons,I remember a conversation with a girl many years ago when she said that she disliked skinheads because she associated them with gangs beating people up and sticking the boot into them whilst they were helpless on the floor,Ipointed out that this wasn't just skinheads ( but having seen it happen,I couldn't totally deny it).
cerneabbas - absolutely! I had an experience only a couple of weeks ago.I was taking a group and I was explaining the term 'incompatible' in relation to chemicals. Someone said, "Oh, you mean like a Goth and a Skinhead" so I said that that was a good way of putting it, adding that I used to be a skinhead. Cue puzzled and slightly alarmed stare from said group member, so I asked, "what does skinhead mean to you" and he replied, "Shaved heads and paki-bashing" This was a bloke 2 years older than me, originally from the West Midlands who also told me that in his teens he used to ride a scooter!