girls at my school are really critical about brands. they'll be like "she wears hollister so she's fake" or "she wears juicy so she's a snob". do guys do the same? I figure that if 1. the girl isn't obsessed with brands and shopping and 2. the girl tries to look presentable and not like a slob then the guy won't care or probably even notice the brand.
ps I think it's dumb to judge based on brands. I think both hollister and juicy are cute but I'm not fake or snobby. though I'm not rich enough for juicy. haha.
People who care about labels are kind of annoying.
If it looks and feels good, that's what matters. Who cares if it comes from Hollister or Macy's or the local thrift shop, or even Walmart?
I think from the male perspective, we see the clothing industry as making a lot of money off of niave young women. Often times, you're paying a premium for a designer label, when you could find the same look and fit for far less without the label. There are times when it's worth paying more to get something that's better crafted or will last longer, but most of the label stuff is made really cheaply in sweatshops. You're paying more for less.
Often times, the designer labels are also really stupid fashions. If you wear it because you like the fashion, that's one thing. But if you wear it because it's a certain label, that's just dumb.
I think if a woman wears brands like Hollister,Abercrombie, are stuckup,conceited,rich,arrogant bitches. I think women that wear clothes like Juicy are sluts and like to make other women jealous about not having a nice ass.
Wow, people actually behave that way outside of reality TV shows? Hahaha. I honestly don't know anyone who cares or even really thinks about this kind of thing. Just do your own thing, and f.uck what other people will think. Someone will come along and love that you cater to your own wants, and not those of people who shouldn't matter. If a guy is going to write you off for the labels on your clothes, you should have written him off a long time ago, because he's not a guy you want in your life.
Though, I'm probably double your age OP, lol. I just wondered if guys noticed, not really for any other reason. IMO, guys don't shop for themselves, much less even know what's a 'good' brand in womens clothing.
Personally, I'm an underwear snob. I like expensive frillies. I don't know why. It's not like #1 anyone really sees them & #2 if a guy has got to the point of seeing them, it's probably not going to be a deal breaker if there's a blue light special sticker on them. Still, since I was about 12 and my aunt introduced me to Victorias Secret I've been addicted.
I think that's a high school thing. Cause when you get to college, people don't usually make dumb ass assumptions like that based on the brands people wear. People pretty much judge you on your attitude the way you carry yourself.