Green Zelda Shirt and Cargo Shorts
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The Green Zelda Shirt and Cargo Shorts combination, sometimes called Epic Gamer Uniform, is comprised of a green shirt with the Legend of Zelda royal crest and a pair of brown or khaki cargo shorts. The outfit is often associated with gamers and is used to signify a typical nerdy archetype. Several memes featuring the particular shirt and shorts combination went viral in 2020, and it has since made an appearance in Brailled: Fit Of The Week and other fashion gimmick accounts as a nod to the supposed ubiquity of the outfit amongst nerds worldwide.
The earliest known post about the green Zelda shirt and cargo shorts outfit was an April 9th, 2020, tweet by Twitter user @Ahmutt, which gathered over 119,000 likes in three years (seen below).
On August 25th, 2020, Twitter user @isohelsgarden posted the outfit alongside a caption that read, "Wasted a fit there were no hoes in the chemistry zoom call," gathering over 10,000 likes in three years (seen below, left). On April 22nd, 2021, Twitter user @MatttGFX then posted a tweet that read, "Breath of the wild 2 should have a preorder bonus in the form of a unique armor set and it's just link wearing this," gathering over 45,000 likes in two years (seen below, right).
On August 30th, 2021, Twitter user @IGNWTF posted the outfit alongside the caption, "Men we can’t let this bitch stop us from wearing the best outfit known to man," gathering over 4,000 likes in two years (seen below, left). On May 17th, 2023, Twitter user @jestingtime responded to the question, "What is the male equivalent of a sundress? does it exist?" with an image of the Zelda shirt and cargo shorts outfit, gathering over 100,000 likes in a day (seen below, right).
 Twitter – isohelsgarden
 Twitter – jestingtime
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