Retro Fashion Ideas: Young Man Gets People Talking With His Baggy Jeans, Rocks It Like a Star in Video
- A young fashionista has got people asking questions and praising him after he wore very baggy jean trousers
- The man held the trousers at his waist with a belt as he placed a Walkman player by his side to complete his retro look
- Among those in awe at how he made the baggy wear look fit were people wanting to know where he got an 8XL size from
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A young man has shown that fashion is cyclical and what is considered outdated now could be the sought-after tomorrow.
The man highlighted the baggy-clothes fashion style of the late 1990s and early 2000s in a video as he wore 8XL sized jean trousers.
Stylishly rocking baggy wear
He wore a white long-sleeved shirt on it and complemented the dressing with a multicoloured sweater that matched the colour of his sneakers.
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To complete the retro look, he hung a Walkman player at his side. His phone type also spoke of the time the dressing was in vogue.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 3,000 comments with more than 200,000 likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Tesco Man said:
"Bro has beef with tech fleece."
"Bro why u wearing skinny jeans, it’s not 2015."
"Where do you order the jeans in large sizes because I need such sizes."
that drippy vato said:
"Bro stylin everything."
"Who's gonna talk about the socks."
"Only u can make everything look good."
"Giving stranger things vibes."
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