Personal appearance is the most clear way of sensing a city's atmosphere.
Of course we determine how we present ourselves to the outdoor world, however, the tendency of tolerance or more to say acceptance, will form the frame wherein the urban inhabitant will move itself.
Though many youngsters in metropolitan areas often don’t want to be framed I think this phenomenon can also be seen as a positive aspect, as its synergy identifies a city’s uniform. Or rather said, pluriform - the more room a city’s vibe tends to give, the variety and colorfulness extends. Framing is not that bad, let’s all remember that.