For example backward caps, sagging pants and baggy shirts etc. I have seen 50 year olds dressing like this all the time. There are some like this everywhere but where i'm from, it's perceived as dressing like a child but I suppose in america it is considered normal?
Is it attractive?
Inin the UK for example, we associate particular kinds of dress like this as "chavs"
the pictures for some reason didn't post. these examples
Most Helpful Girl
Its not really childish at all. I rather wear my outfits from my teens and such than rather outfits that is 'whorish' in my opinion. The outfits they make for women today is too revealing and sexualize. Plus I'm petite and trying to gain weight. They don't have a lot of stores catering to small, slim and petite women. So something my friends and I have to go to the Juniors section at the most because most clothes are too big. I have to at least get 11-12/14-16 size for skirts, shorts and pants alone. XS/S/M at the most in juniors/women. Plus I look about 9 years younger and I'm 24. People think I'm still in school. If I dress for an interview or something important other than my job at the time, they think I'm a kid and too young. Even with makeup! I honestly don't care what other people think. I have to dress accordingly and comfortably.0
Most Helpful Guy
I think most Americans care much more about something feeling comfortable than whether it looks decent. During the time I was an exchange student and attended an American high school, all my female friends came to school in hoodies and comfy track pants. In the beginning, that was quite strange for me. In Switzerland, teenage girls like to look very elegant when they attend school. If anyone showed up in track pants in a Swiss high school, both guys and girls would give that person weird stares and think he/she is not taking care of himself.0