Have you ever been out shopping and noticed another customer staring over at you with a perplexed look on their face? You look over at them, give a small nod and smile, then go back to digging through the t-shirts at Urban Outfitters looking for the right size — even though you know everyone already has the ‘Pugs, Not Drugs’ shirt (since when did pugs become so cool anyways? Ugh, mouth breathers). They come over and kindly ask if you have x shirt in a medium. At first you don’t hear them, shrugging it off to them speaking a different form of English than you. But, it happens again; they ask the same question. Which is right around the time you begin losing your cool.
You look down at your faded black skinny jeans — bottoms slightly rolled and cuffed — and hi-top white Converse, retro Budweiser t-shirt (which you bought at Urban), tattoos on your arms, and the Ray-ban Wayfarers perched atop your head and you realize: “I look like every other employee who works at Urban Outfitters right now.” While you shake off the annoyance of someone thinking ‘you’ work at Urban Outfitters, a light bulb goes off; you accidentally dressed in the store’s uniform. Check out the infographic below for a visual guide of stores and their uniforms.
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