Think I'm gonna buy some Jncos soon.
Had some guy thought ask me if I was wearing Jnco the other day at the General Store. I was wearing my wide leg black jeans.
It got joans'n for Jncos man. I can't stop think'n about'em.
JNCO = Jeans N IGGERS Can't Own?
Why would you even think that? No.
Did all those skinny jean wearing metro teens suddenly jump on the THICC bandwagon or something?
Are you implying that Jncos are racist?
Apparently Jnco is still in business.
No but remember Fubu?
For Us By Us?
Fubu was like Jnco for black people.
It was very specifically targeted for black youth.
Someone took all the cargo pants from the 1980's and are marketing them to a new generation of ignorant blacks that have no living memory of how old this shit is. Their grand-parents wore this shit.
Looks like someone used a couple black bags from a liquor store and used dental floss. So much shit to TRIPP over
There's a lot going on there to but these people didn't just buy them covered with a bunch of doodads already on them they made the alterations themselves, so even those it's super busy I can still dig it.
all of these things look stupid as hell
Well… How about that.
Guessing you're more of a Levi's, Fruit of the Loom kind'a guy.
Nothing wrong with being a normy but some people like to have at least some fun clothes on hand for whenever we're feeling particularly festive.
wasn't using my user name. I'm more of a "Free Soldier" "Free Country" (I got into Free Soldier cause I it showed up on amazon when searching for Free Country stuff incredibly comfy light weight summer pants), Buckle jeans, 5.11 tactical jeans, all my shoes are Merrel, and stuff you can only get from country outfitter type stores.
I always dress slick, classic, and functional, but I'm no walmart shopper, well maybe with the exception of socks.
So like more of a Dickies Carhartt kinda guy then?
I can dig it. You maybe a lot of things but a normy?
At some point though I'd like to get some nice black suits.
Go for a sort of Gomez Adams look.
Most of my jeans are at least 80-130 dollars a pop, same with my sweaters, my shirts are a little cheaper.
I think anything I wear thats under 50 dollars an item are just stuff I keep to work in, no sense wearing a 300 dollar outfit if you're just going to splatter it with paint and rip it all up in crawl spaces and crap.
If you're looking for a suit, check out places where people bring all their dead people clothes to like goodwill. You can always get them tailored. I've got a name brand leather jacket that retailed for around 350 for 10 from there that fit perfectly, and a two really nice suits that just needed some waist tailoring for next to nothing. I don't usually rock the leather, and I almost never wear a suit so I skimp. As the song goes "I'm wearing your grandpa's clothes, I look incredible." I go there occasionally when I want a basic bitch coffee maker or a clothes iron and would rather spend 5 dollars than 80, and usually check out the clothes section as an afterthought.
I was poor as fuck until around 8 years ago, so I'm not above getting great deals when I find them. Most of my appliances are from this "home for humanity" shop, but would you rather spend 600 dollars on a dish washer, or get the exact some thing for 30 for one in almost new condition?
never really dressed like that until the military. They kinda punch this "you don't have to be the nicest knife in the drawer as long as you look sharp" mentality into you.
Naked And Famous make Rick and Morty Jeans.
Also Jnco had a Mad Scientist type.
Why don't blacks wear Blue Jeans?
I don't believe I've ever seen one doing so.
Otherwise, blue jeans are popular?
I've seen plenty of black guys wearing jeans, but the answer to your question is called "peacocking." Basically you wear weird stuff that stands out, like those ridiculous neon sneakers, weird clothes in general, and all that bling.
The idea is that by standing out in the crowd, you attract women's attention, and then move in for the kill, and the murder weapon is "muh dik."
What I never entirely understood was the popularity with skaters and stunt bikers. I can get why they would like the style but not to wear while riding. They're great for dancing but for stunt sports it seems like they kind of pose a tripping risk.
Like I get Jnco shorts or maybe capris but it just wouldn't those giant leg openings get caught on the wheels of the boards or the gears of the bike? I've had bikes chew up regular jeans like it was a sandwich I can't even imagine what they'd do to Jncos.>>3617943
Where do you even live of course black guys wear jeans.
Oh yeah btw s5 e1 dropped free on youtube.
Probably limited time.
You'd have to be out of your mind to wear Jnco pants on a bike.
So this years fashionable Summerwear is Minecraft ?
Do people who wear these realize how childish they look?