The Zoot suit that was popularized in the 1940s was a statement by the African American community to the anarchy. This has been clearly elucidated in “Stewards of something uncomfortable”. (Cosgrove) They acted as factors of something that they wore even though it was uncomfortable. They represented themselves in a zoot suit to show their support and establish their cultural identity. It was also in a manner to express themselves of their individuality and belonging to a certain identity. The Hispanics who felt that they were forced to embrace the white European culture also wore this zoot suit attire. They involved themselves in acts of politicking and irresponsibility when they wore the suit. Young Hispanics wore these suits mostly. It was a symbolic representation that the particular individual has chosen to move away from the conventional society. This was retaliation for the prejudiced populaces at that time. The Hispanic people who wore the zoot suits and acted in an insubordinate manner were known as Pachucos. It was expected that the people wearing the zoot suits would involve themselves in acts of delinquency. Apart from this the feminist movement also uses the manner of attire to describe their ideologies. In the current era people generally advertise products to make women attractive in the eyes of the men. Many feminist ideological people like Scott say that this is degrading to the woman as an individual. If the women are said to be mere objects with no real feeling that is a kind of female oppression. This is a worrying trend that is plaguing the societies even in the current times. Scott says that in the recent times the women choose products that aid them to express themselves as a real person rather than being showcased as embellished objects. The women want to embrace their true selves rather than accustom to clothing that embellishes them.