Night and Day
The most and least fashionable cities in America.
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Here’s the thing.
I was just in Irvine not even a week ago, and I attend University in the city of Buffalo.
Thereby, bridging (yep you guessed it) the most and least fashionable cities of American in less than 72 hours.
It’s true. Irvine is beautiful, sunny.
The amount of v-necks, skinny jeans, and oozing with trendy jackets and kicks, while driving around in low-riding sports cars. People walk around well dressed. Classy.
Back in Buffalo, I opened by airplane window to see a snow storm.
People are wearing jackets, hoodies, and snow boots. Normal people in Buffalo just don’t care all that much about fashion. I suppose it’s more important to stay
warm alive during the trepid weather, but scarves and a nice coat isn’t all that unreasonable is it?
Irvine has the luxury of ideal weather all year round. 50s at the coldest 90s at the highest. Not a bad range considering buffalo’s range of nearly 80 degrees disparity.
Disclaimer: University style however is all over the place, there are people that are decked out, suits, ties, sundresses, and then there’s your roll out of bed and head to campus, oily bedhead, northface, sweatpants, tooth brush in hand at the lecture hall.
It’s quite the diverse population.
I do envy Irvine’s appreciation for fashion and style, it’s something poor and rich and involve themselves in. I’m not asking people to be passionate about fashion, I just wish buffalo cared a little more, is that so hard to ask?