My mother has a pic of me with shoulder-length afro, fringed leather black jacket over black tee and denim flared jeans, platform boots. I remember when my dad took the picture, she shook her head and said I looked "like a hoodlum".<br />
Recently she was getting a number for me from her wallet, and I saw she'd kept that "hoodlum" pic, over 30 years, now. My baby sister saw it, said I looked like "Scary Spice", lol.
I wore those platform boots but they did not come into style until I was into my 20's, I wore them then.
They were black Famolares. I don't know what became of them, they'd be worth a fortune now.
all in black went Goth
I was a hippie, long long full hair, bell bottoms, braless, leather sandals, long fringed belts and tops, embroidery all over my jeans...always wore blue jeans, hip huggers (meaning low low cut) beads lots of beads in my hair around my neck on my arms.<br />
In the winter much the same but add the leather jackets, more fringe, had fringe everywhere.
Beat up converse and vans. Jeans and a T-shirt( preferably a beatle one). Hair always in a messy bun On some days i wore my favorite military green slacks with a button white top. In my later teens i basically wore flats and bohemian skirts. And now its mostly comfy a lot of black and white and sometimes a vintage twist.
Actually, I dressed like an adult. Very business like. I did wear jeans from time to time.
Conservatively, no logos, all in black.
In a fashion, I'd like to forget ever existed.
I put my pants on then my under shirt then my shirt shirt on after that
I dressed like a tomboy for most of my teen years. Then, around the age of 17 or 18, I started dressing more girly.
Like a boy. :p
Jeans and shirts. Sneakers or loafers. <br />
That's about it.
In flares and platform shoes - it was 1974, after all!