A casual, lifestyle clothing brand. Either discriminated against or loved. There is no compromise. 'Individuals
' usually hate A&F due to it's over-priced and plain clothing. Also, there is a growing dislike for the thumping 'media-driven shit' being played in the shop. Many people such as 'preps
' wear A&F. I do not agree with any of the terms in inverted commas, but merely repeating commonly used stereotypes
. I personally have a few A&F products, and Hollister
but not because i want to 'fit in' or 'be popular', but because i saw it in the shop and decided I liked it. Big deal? Don't think so. I wear what I want to wear, regardless of the make, label, design or colour. A&F is a clothing make, not an excuse to hate. If I saw a goth i wouldn't immediately deduce that he/she listens to metal or slits their wrists? So what gives other people the right to judge A&F wearers?
Person 1- Oh my god. Why are you wearing Abercrombie & Fitch? You're just trying to fit in with the in-style crowd, why not be an individual for fuck sake, dress to your own satisfactions. Conformity is the basis of high school
Person 2 - I bought it because it was in a sale and I like it, i wear whatever I want, not everyone who wears A&F is a poser man.
Person 1 - Sorry man, *shake hands*