All-over print hoodies

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  1. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    Who the hell decided this would become the new popped-collar polo? I see 10 kids a day wearing some hideous variation of a hoodie with a bold all-over print of something in an ugly color. It always looks horrible, but each day I think it's getting more popular. [​IMG]
     
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    Calden Senior member

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    I saw a crackhead wearing one last week and thought it matched their peronality nicely. I don't know why I should care what other people wear but I do. It would be really hard for me to take anyone who wear ones seriously.
     
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    Dawg, tha's jus keepin it reezy, hizzle holmes [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    I had a kid in one of my classes last semester who used to give me crap about wearing cardigans but used to wear hideous all over prints like the ones above. I just would say at least I don't look like a walking F'n illusion. I really cant stand the flat brimmed hats matched with the all over sweat shirts and the multicolored dunks.
     
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    PG2G Senior member

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    i dunno, the nom de guerre arabic hoodie was pretty dope.
     
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    I was in an H&M store the other day that had a bunch of those styles of hoodies in different colors. There was soooooooooooo many kids buying them. I couldn't understand why. Just thought I'd share.
     
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    If you stare at one long enough, eventually a dolt will pop out at you.

    I don't think I'd ever wear one much less buy one, but I do like all M&M, Starbust, Skittles-esque colors.
     
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    All over print hoodies are actually old news. Populair brands came with these a couple of years ago, and to make some quick money, of course cheap and b-brands started designing a shitload of these and that's why at this time we see a lot of them while the actual hype is gone already.
     
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    Yep, I was gonna say I think Bape and a few other big brands came out with this style a while back, and it just came back in.

    I'm afraid of being thrown into an epileptic seizure every time I see one of those being worn...
     
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    Forgive me but I actually like these sweaters when worn by the right people. I may never wear one. Unless I found one that fits nicely but that will never happen. I tried looking for an extra small... Only had a medium, which fit like a Large.

    I'm only 15 is it just the sheepness of high school talking for me?
     
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    I had a kid in one of my classes last semester who used to give me crap about wearing cardigans but used to wear hideous all over prints like the ones above. I just would say at least I don't look like a walking F'n illusion. I really cant stand the flat brimmed hats matched with the all over sweat shirts and the multicolored dunks.

    I agree about the sweatshirts looking silly, but I think flat-brimmed hats can be done tactfully... can be, but it doesn't happen often.
     
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    I had a kid in one of my classes last semester who used to give me crap about wearing cardigans but used to wear hideous all over prints like the ones above. I just would say at least I don't look like a walking F'n illusion. I really cant stand the flat brimmed hats matched with the all over sweat shirts and the multicolored dunks.
    Spiked hair + 'Pajama' Hoodie + Ugly Graphic Tee + Cheap Denim + Colorful Dunks = The asian version of the douchebag outfit. A grown man wearing a hoodie with pajama designs all over it is just wrong. People that are wearing those are trying to stand out, but it backfires.
     
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    I gernerally despise all flashy clothing of that sort. I haven't seen it a lot around here, but I don't exactly live in a fashion epicenter of the U.S. I think it is the next thing that will make me want to punch the wearer in the face almost as much as the popped collar polo.
     
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    I wouldn't wear one, but I like the hypebeasty flashiness.
     
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    it's a trend. give it a few years, then laugh at them.
     

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