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    Is a tracksuit still considered chavy?

    My Nike tracksuit is super comfy. I kinda want to wear it out more often not just when going to the gym, just as casual wear. Like when going Asda or just minor errands.

    Does the stereotype still exist? Would you treat someone differently because of it? Peter Andre said he was at Liverpool station wearing a tracksuit and only the 4th cab driver stopped for him.

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    I don't have a problem with people wearing tracksuits at all but I know a few people that would consider it "chavy" but they aren't the brightest of people. I say wear whatever you find comfortable, that's what I would do.

    who gives a F... what others think

    Banned

    I would like to think Peter Andre would have that problem whatever he was wearing.

    Wazz2013

    who gives a F... what others think


    Obviously the op

    Does look rather chavvy to me but anything is a step up from a onesie oO

    Yes ! Unless you think Women dropping off kids at school and going shopping in pyjamas is haute couture? But I dare say they are super comfy By the way who is Peter Andre ? Does he play for Accrington Stanley oO
    Edited by: "rogparki" 27th Aug 2016

    It's ok to be in tracksuit bottoms, there is no place anywhere for someone in a matching top and bottom tracksuit.

    As long as it's not grey, isn't tucked into your socks, you don't wear a maroon T-shirt under it and you don't walk around with your hand gripping your crotch, you'll be OK. Otherwise you look like a con.

    stuarthanley

    As long as it's not grey, isn't tucked into your socks, you don't wear a … As long as it's not grey, isn't tucked into your socks, you don't wear a maroon T-shirt under it and you don't walk around with your hand gripping your crotch, you'll be OK. Otherwise you look like a con.



    ..and it hasn't got a hood

    Depends what tracksuit it is ! Nike/adidas chav lol

    Ralph Laurean nice

    But I don't like them full stop imo

    But who cares wear what u feel comfortable in X

    I'd work on your self confidence about what people think, more than what your going to wear.

    Yes

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    Each to their own, but I guess if I see someone wearing a track suit I do think it's rather chavy in a "I can't be arsed to get dressed properly way" . But what do I know , I also have an adversion to people wearing trainers for non sporting activities such as shopping, and I seem to be totally alone in that .;)

    Trouble with a tracksuit though is if you get an erection.

    depends on if you have a cap on and a cheap gold chain. if just the tracksuit and you dont need to catch a cab then you should be fine in asda.

    sadiegul2010

    Depends what tracksuit it is ! Nike/adidas chav lolRalph Laurean nice … Depends what tracksuit it is ! Nike/adidas chav lolRalph Laurean nice But I don't like them full stop imo But who cares wear what u feel comfortable in X


    lol a ralph lauren track suit, perfect for the sort of person fooling themself that they are better

    I think that like with all clothes it depends on the cut and who is wearing it.

    Track suits are obviously sports clothing so if you look in good shape and sporty and it fits well/style is fine then you will look good. If you are very overweight it is difficult to pull it off.

    The soft grey ones do look like PJ's though.

    put some effort in & smarten yourself up
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    Shaydog

    ... If you are very overweight it is difficult to pull it off...



    Probably difficult to pull on as well.

    It's fine, but if I find out you're not a breakdancer I'm going to be disappointed

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-wK6wIA60VeU/To9ATkBSVDI/AAAAAAAAABU/d_nwpQri8e0/s1600/breakdancer+adidas.jpg
    Edited by: "MSK." 27th Aug 2016

    If you post a picture of you in the tracksuit, we'll be able to comment better as some people look chav in whatever they wear, whereas others look great in anything

    Depends if its grey and looks like this
    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2010/10/07/article-0-0B80EF7F000005DC-451_468x684.jpg

    What you call a group of chavs?
    http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f354/DarranG/chav.jpg

    archer1204

    What you call a group of chavs?



    A premier league football team.

    fanpages

    A premier league football team.



    X)

    http://i.imgur.com/yAP9ezGl.jpg

    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/85/8d/a6/858da6dabc619c662c4374dcb0d503e5.jpg
    oO X)
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    Rubisco



    Edited by: "Dark.Energy" 27th Aug 2016

    archer1204

    What you call a group of chavs?



    A lazy bunch of losers

    though you might want to run if you do.

    Tracksuit is the western version of the Burqa and deserves to be banned.

    archer1204

    What you call a group of chavs?



    Look at them rebelling ot societies rules, they aren't gogin to be forced into wearing a uniform.....

    Edited by: "haritori" 27th Aug 2016

    Wear what you want OP, I wear my joggers to the supermarket when I want too.

    what i cant stand though is those people who wear fitness clothes, lycra stuff to go shopping..

    tempt

    Tracksuit is the western version of the Burqa and deserves to be banned.



    A whole suit looks bad but just the bottoms can look fine if one of those light fabric puma ones (that's not light green in colour oO)

    Really chavy if it's a top and bottoms. Just go with the bottoms and a T-shirt.

    archer1204

    What you call a group of chavs?



    Scumbags

    Rubisco



    Well, I've never going to hear that Dizzee Rascal song the same way ever again now

    Not chavy if you call it leisurewear, right? youtu.be/n53…=54 (not even remotely safe for work)

    Wear what you like who cares.
    Edited by: "Segata-Sanshiro" 27th Aug 2016

    tinkerbellian

    Each to their own, but I guess if I see someone wearing a track suit I do … Each to their own, but I guess if I see someone wearing a track suit I do think it's rather chavy in a "I can't be arsed to get dressed properly way" . But what do I know , I also have an adversion to people wearing trainers for non sporting activities such as shopping, and I seem to be totally alone in that .;)




    What a edwardian way of thinking, how is putting a pair of jeans and a tshirt on any less lazy? Your point is only valid if you wear a shirt, tie, waistcoat etc with a top hat etc.
    Edited by: "Segata-Sanshiro" 27th Aug 2016

    As long as you jog or run everywhere then I don't see a problem.
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