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    I went shopping yesterday and I saw about 15 different people all wearing the exact same Superdry jacket. At least 20 people at my school have the same Superdry hoodie (in a different colour). Most guys I know own at least one Ralph Lauren polo shirt. There is a group of guys who wear NOTHING but Hollister clothes every single day.

    Why is there a culture of dressing like a clone at the minute? Whatever happened to interesting original clothes?
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    its rare anyone is different people think they are but they are nothing more than clones thinking " Oh i am so different look at me!" its rare you will see anyone with a bit of edge now this hole "different" think is long gone.
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    Presumably it's just easier. I've found it's different at uni though; the only ones who all dress the same seem to be the agriculture students haha
 
 
 
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