Photos by: Nick Sutjongdro Shirt by: Rhythm Livin Sweater by: Hollister Shorts by: H&M Shoes by: Aldo
If you're a bird...I'm a bird...NOT. Who'd wanna be a bird, I'd hate to just eat nuts and worms. Don't get me wrong, flying is cool and all but I like being a human.
Movin onto more important things, Brand Pigeonholing. Many people refuse to wear clothes made by a certain brand they don't like because of a negative connotation that it may or may not have.Which is terribly sad, why limit yourself?
So what IS brand pigeonholing you ask? Well glad you asked.
|To create a preconceived idea about a brand and all their piece.|
Common failings of Brand pigeonholing schemes include:
- Buying expensive brands only (in some cases, this makes sense, but not always, it is good to know your brands as well, just keep an open mind)
- Not wearing pieces that may complement your figure simply because the piece is of a brand you dislike (If you can find an H&M piece that fits just as nicely as a zara fit, why not?)
- Brands may change over time, so they no longer fit the category in which they have been placed (F21 may decide to step up their game)