This Video Shows the Evolution of D-Bag Fashion Trends, Decade-By-Decade | 22 Words

You know the type. The goofy "too cool for school" guys who try to make a statement with their clothes...

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...only to realize that countless others are making the exact same statement as well. They're douchebags, d-bags, or whatever else you want to call them. You might think it's a recent phenomenon, but it turns out that they've been around for a long time...they've just been dressing differently. Check out the evolution of the d-bag wardrobe.

1940s

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Honestly, this look resembles today's hipster aesthetic pretty closely. Mustache, hair shaved on the sides, but long on top...

1950s

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Here, you've got the Fonzy look, complete with comb. I never thought of Fonzy as a d-bag, but not...yeah.

1960s

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Here we've got more of a greaser, James Dean look. As you can see, it's pretty easy to confuse the '50s and '60s into one big ball of leather jackets, surly looks, and cigarettes.

1970s

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Yup. The mullet, mustache, and rocker look are in full effect this decade. The only thing missing is a Trans-Am.

1980s

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Preppy, preppy, preppy. Think Tom Cruise in Risky Business and you'll get the right idea.

1990s

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Man, I don't remember anyone being this goofy, but I will object to the lack of frosted tips in this representation.

2000s

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Gym, tan, laundry. The Jersey Shore guys took great steps to revolutionize douchiness in this decade.

2010s

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It might be less faux-macho than earlier iterations, but the man-bun says a lot about a dude before they even open their mouth.

Check out the full video, filled with more goofy faces and mugging, right here.