I'm not buying this poorly written article by the Washington Post
. It has nothing to do with that frat-loving website that caused those shirts to be "popular". By the way, its embarrassing how newspapers have such poorly written pieces, no wonder readerships are going down fast.
The main thing is, like certain cowboy fashions that are displayed by many 20 and 30 some year old hipsters, the wolf shirt was to a certain extent being worn in public by many individuals. Its nothing along the lines as a certain yoga wear company or many other brands, but I did see a few individuals sporting it in public. It caught my attention because it first reminded me of shirts I had seen in the past. As well, those individuals wearing them did not seem the "type" to wear those shirts.
But like mustaches, plaid, cowboy boots, tights, and many other things in the fashion world, the wolf shirt can be turned around and look to be something pretty cool as long as it is worn by the right people. When I say "the right people", I don't want to sound as though I am dictating who should wear what, however, if someone who looks like they update their wardrobe...well, they don't update it...then its just not as cool as someone who does so more frequently ( and wears skinny jeans with converse