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I don think it will become that much of a popular trend because of the cost associated with it, as simple as that. I spend way more on clothes than any of my friends and still my tshirts/sweatshirts/shoes cost like 2 4 times less than designer stuff. Sure, the designer brands will still be targeting the streetwear youth because the markup on those things is absolutely fuckin ridiculous and as such even if they pose a niche, they still make a shitton of money from it, but yeah I don think hopping on the bus just to see everyone dressed head to toe gucci will become real anytime soon..
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