In all seriousness, do girls really like guys that wear cloths from stores like Abercrombie, Hollister, and Spread Eagle.
I have never worn any of these clothing brands, in due part to the cost. 60 dollars for a t-shirt is outrageous! But also, I'm not one to conform to what is "in" or what is "fad". But I also don't dress outrageously to "fight the man" or anything. And honestly these brands are a fad.
So do you girls really like these brands? Does the clothing a guy wears even matter that much(clean clothing of course, not tight as hell, or extremely baggy or hanging down. Just cloths!).
I don't really care what a guy wears so long as his clothes are clean and still dresses nicely. Brand name clothing is nothing but a very overpriced label, if you ask me. I don't really find brand names to be something I like or dislike. I personally love how my guy dresses. He just wears band T-shirts or shirts with interesting sayings on them, jeans, and tennis shoes. I think it looks good on him, and I think that's all that is important.
I hate the brands you mentioned because they make you look like a walking billboard and so many people wear them. I hate expensive brand names no matter what, no matter who's wearing them.
Expensive designer jeans seem to be rather popular among all the guys I see. It was a unique thing at first and actualy a symbol of your wealth... but when everybody has the same back pocket stitching, it becomes a turn-off.
The only good thing about designer/expensive brand name clothes is that they're high quality. So as long as your clothes don't lose their colour, don't fall apart, don't make you look shapeless, and are clean, I couldn't care less whether or not they're brand named.
I'm actually totally against brand names... I agree with you, $60 for a t-shirt that has one word on it is outrageous, and 100 dollars for like jeans? give me a break, I can get some that are 15. lol anyways,
I'm not a big fan of brand names because people end up looking like walking billboards, but if that's what a guy wants to wear, I don't care. I wouldn't ask him to start wearing brand names, or to stop wearing them. Whatever he prefers.
I think that a guy looks best when he isn't wearing name brands because it makes them look gay for one, and secondly it makes to much of a statement, where being a guy should mean dressing down and just being yourself, instead of a namebrand freak!
I HATE the brands you mentioned. I don't like the preppy look at all, and if I see a guy wearing a Hollister shirt, I'm pretty quickly turned off. Clothes from A&F, Hollister, and so on are either ugly or very similar to clothes at Sears or Old Navy, but at a wicked expensive price. Why anyone would wear them, I don't know. But it is what a lot of people are into right now so my opinion probably isn't in the majority.
Unless a guy has a very particular look (preppy or goth, for instance) I don't remember his clothes much. A non-brand name tee shirt and jeans is fine. And it's awesome that you don't conform to fads -- I, and I'm sure lots of other cool girls, totally dig that.