Originally Posted by jet
The reason why it's harder to be stylish in S&D than semi-MC is that there are many more choices and you're not limited to a specific blueprint ie trousers, button up and jacket. I don't think it's hard at all to put nice fits together because you're confined to certain fixed factors but in S&D there are no rules there's much more creativity involved with the various types of pants, jeans, cardigans, sweaters, jackets, avant garde shit etc. There are no restrictions and it's those that force you to become a clone. Plus streetwear is all about breaking the rules, which are sometimes made to be broken and that is why those that adhere to them never develop a style all their own.
I disagree. To me it seems that they are just as difficult to do well, you just don't notice how bad most of it is unless you are dressing the same way. Case in point is SoCal who a lot of S&D people think dresses bad casually but well in a suit and tie. I would venture that most MC people think that he looks wrong in his suit and tie outfits but fine in jeans. It is just about yourown perspective.