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How do cholos dress?

Last Updated: 13th April, 2021

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In the 21st century, a cholo is stereotypically male, depicted as wearing loose fitting khaki pants or shorts, with white knee-high socks, creased jeans, white tank top undershirt, and button-front shirts, commonly plaid and flannel, often with just the top button buttoned.

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In this way, what clothes do Cholos wear?

In the 21st century, a cholo is stereotypically male, depicted as wearing loose fitting khaki pants or shorts, with white knee-high socks, creased jeans, white tank top undershirt, and button-front shirts, commonly plaid and flannel, often with just the top button buttoned.

Also, why do Cholos wear baggy clothes? Conscious Daughters or Aaliyah have dressed in clothing considered male. Wearing baggy clothes was an attempt to shift focus away from the body and move it towards the music.

Beside this, how do Vatos dress?

Vatos Locos are mainly Mexicans or Chicano, but all races are accepted. Their dress consists of green, red or black shirts and khaki pants or shorts, and jewellery of chains or crosses and mostly represent the colours of red, green, and black.

Where do cholos come from?

The term, sometimes used disparagingly, is derived from early Spanish and Mexican usage and denotes marginalization. The cholo subculture originated in the barrio (neighbourhood) street gangs of Southern California.

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