Stone island, adidas originals.....dead smart as my english buddies would say.Casual is also a style. It's about different brands. It's about what's cool. Urban, and stylish. Brooks brothers with white Air Force ones, black Fred Perry buttoned up to the brim jeans and tims.
You get the idea. Casual style had a lot
To do with with what the English boys saw in Europe and brought home. I think looking tip top on the terraces is essential.
I volunteer to open the floodgate.I anticipate of floodgate of poo for this idea but I'll put it out there anyways.
The gist is we don't want to be yuppies sporting nycfc kits and colors at our away games. We also don't want to be cookie cutter hooligans. I'd like to think we want to make a statement without being extremely obvious.
What if we all wear black shirts (decent polos) and black hats to away games. Nothing really to do with our team but still we would always be recognized as a mass of black without glaring logos. Our team on the pitch would recognize us as well. We could get fancy and get our logos stitched to the shirts too.
Haha! To each his own friend. No offense regarding the yuppies. I'll be joining you with the chanting and singing until my voice is just as hoarse as yours. I don't know what I will be wearing howeverI volunteer to open the floodgate.
I've voiced my opinion on this previously and I guess I fall in the yuppie camp. Oh well...I guess I'll be a yuppie while chanting and singing until my voice is hoarse. You know...as yuppies do.
I think it's essential to put your own spin on fan culture, with New York I believe it will have a hip flavor to what'sLads, I've read some cringeworthy things in my time but this takes the biscuit.
Be original. Don't try and be something you're not having watched a few hoolie movies like Green Street or The Football Factory.
Support your club, and do so passionately.
Create your own culture.
I feel like that style is pretty common in most countries outside the US. I know for a fact that in Korea we wear fitted polos/Adidas/neck collard jackets etc.This is what casuals in England wear now no body wears track suits anymore