Structure was the norm for Indian men's wear through the late nineties as Indians sought out the proper corduroy pants to wear with their olive green sweater and vintage long sleeve tee. American Eagle was too sporty and Abercrombie & Fitch too white. Structure, on the other hand, had just what the aspiring desi clubber needed to segue himself into all out Banana Republic banging gear.
Everything changed, however, when Structure fettered its doors and reopened under the flashier, more metro name Express. Now, instead of going business casual with cardigans from Eddie Bauer or pea coats from J. Crew, Indians could fully express themselves with the electric blue button down tucked into stretch black dress pants topped off with a pair of black Sketcher shoes.
To make things even more convenient for the up-and-coming bhangra banger, Express placed accessories such as blue-tinted sunglasses, shell necklaces and brown leather bracelets near the check-out line to satisfy those last minute questions of, "Is this white blazer desi champ enough?"
The answer, Petite Ameet, is yes. Now undo some of those buttons, put on your colored contacts, and spike up that hair. It's the freakin' weekend and it's time to have you some fun.