Did I have a vague nightmare of myself dressed as Chas Tenenbaum when I purchased this full tracksuit? I'd be lying if I said no. Did I plan on wearing it with a leather wrist watch, a pair of Puma Whirlwinds in Snorkel blue, and a small entourage of my curly-headed sons? I'd be lying if I said yes. What I did have in mind, however, was a fishnet top and some heavy as hell platform Docs. If you're suspecting this is erring on the punk side of things, give yourself a gold star because it is. Punk fashion stems from punk rock which was born in the 1970s as a rejection of excess and pretension found in mainstream music. It's been historically viewed as a 'natural' youthful reaction to the 'outdated' older generation's social, economic and cultural views. With this in mind, and given America's weird socio-political climate, it's not hard to see why punk might be making a comeback and why the zeitgeist might be becoming anti-materialistic again. Not that Adidas today doesn't convey a type of status, but it's definitely not Givenchy. I added a black triangle bra underneath because nipples aren't orthodox (who knew?) and clasped a few gold chains around my neck. As always, shop the look below.