15 Most Stereotypical Outfits And How To Wear Them

What someone wears can say a lot about that person. For example, someone who shows up to an interview in a disheveled, mismatched suit implicates that they are unorganized, unprepared and probably doesn’t own an iron. On the other hand, someone who dresses head-to-toe in designer brands all day every day might implicate that they are wealthy, high-maintenance and maybe a little self-absorbed. We tend to use clothing to express ourselves and  what we wear emulates our personalities.

Not only does our clothing define who we are, it also defines who we think other people are. Certain fashion trends are automatically associated with a stereotype. You might see a guy walking down the street in a smedium (small medium) tank and automatically define him as a “bro”. The following fashion trends are so easily recognizable that we can pinpoint the type of person wearing them without ever having to talk the person. Do you recognize any of them? (You don’t have to admit it if you’re guilty of one of them.)

1. The Douchebag. How to wear: make sure your shirt is about 3x too small (because you’re so swoll) and don’t forget to hit the tanning booths.

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