The trend of sharing “unpopular opinions” has been a popular one in 2019: Folks across Twitter have been voicing their unpopular opinions about alcohol, Gen Z, best friends, TV characters, music, food, and everything in between.
Unpopular opinion: clothes edition pic.twitter.com/yhbIwRRvS2
— rahma (@thecuddlymuffin) March 31, 2019
Earlier this week, @wandda__ prompted Twitter users to give their “unpopular opinions” about clothes. Commenters led with, “wear what fits you.”
Following trends doesn’t make you stylish
— John S (@johnsdanxhesnj2) April 1, 2019
Pieces don’t need to be name brand, designer, or expensive in order to look stylish or cool.
It’s not what you wear, it’s how you wear it.
— Kimi. (@__kmyx) April 2, 2019
Certain clothing items look better when they’re older, or paired with a new haircut.
Make women’s clothes more accessible for people who have bigger stomachs/boobs. I literally have to go sizes up so everything is covered and fits well
— madi • ????????#1 Fantasmic stan ???????? (@lostinthelxghts) April 4, 2019
Some people took offense with certain cuts or styles of gear, and with the idea of gendered clothing specifically.
Others argued that thin people aren’t so much fashionable as they are…thin.
“Brands” don’t make an outfit, STYLE does
— Bella Nôchè (@Est_ak18) April 2, 2019
A popular gripe I’d never encountered before dealt with keeping rich people away from thrift stores.
Idc where it’s from if I like it I’m wearing it.
— Dean (@DeanOfficially) April 2, 2019
There were plenty advocating for wearing the same thing every day.
tucking-in is cool, stop telling me to pull that shit out if you don't know what's going on
— adam (@adamlugunraj) April 2, 2019
In conclusion: Wear whatever you like and makes you feel confident and comfortable.