From a young age, Geronimo Garcia wore a uniform to school: high socks, shorts and a white T-shirt.
It wasn’t a school requirement. Rather, it was an older brother requirement.
“They used to dress me up like a little gangster,” Geronimo says. “To me I always thought that was cool, but you know, as I think of it now, I don’t think that was cool when I was young. Come on, looking at a little kid dressed up in gangster?”
Since then, his clothing has determined who he hung out with at school.