вторник, 12 ноември 2013 г.

WE WILL ROCK YOU





Punk rock or grunge- styles with similar edge and attitude. You can always rely on them and they will never let you down. Provocative, eccentric and impressive – you’ll never remain unnoticed and will be sure you’re absolutely trendy.
I’d love to share with you a few things that have impressed me and have made a huge impact that will remain forever.

Grunge fashion is believed to have originated in the United States in the early 1990s. Likely beginning in Seattle, Washington, the fashion came out of the financial hardships of the times, combined with the regional growth of alternative rock music made popular by bands like Nirvana and Pearl Jam. The style combines elements of punk mixed with inexpensive working class clothing, like jeans and plaid fabrics. The development of grunge also brought back the ripped and shredded clothing popular during the early 1980s. At its height, grunge was in many ways a rejection of the capitalist excesses of the 1980s, but the style was quickly picked up by designers and turned into a well-known fashion trend.


Perhaps the main element to this style is an unkempt look, and in many cases, pieces of clothing are paired together that don't match. The look often has a thrift store vibe, with lots of layering. For instance, a long-sleeved T-shirt might be worn under a tank top, topped off with a baggy cardigan sweater or hoodie jacket. A plaid shirt or sweater might be tied around the waist.

One of the most recognizable elements of grunge fashion is the plaidflannel shirt. Usually over-sized and worn untucked, it can be layered over a T-shirt or long-sleeved thermal undershirt.







Jeans and leggings are another important element. Most of the time, jeans should be loose and well worn, with rips or holes. Take your boyfriend's jeans, it's trendy.







Forever 21 Framed Leopard Print Leggings $10.80



 In the 1980s it became increasingly common for street punks to add studs and studded spikes to their clothing. This is said to be because they wanted to look untouchable.

Valentino Rockstuds

The Valentino Rockstuds have been arguably one of the most successful shoes of recent years. Since their introduction in 2010, the shoes seemed poised to stay for a long time. The launch of Rockstud marked the beginning of a new Valentino—hipper and younger.




Bess N.Y.C Hot Studded Combat Boots






Studded Bra









Alexander McQueen


His trademark scarf bearing the design has become a celebrity must-have. Johnny Depp, Lindsay Lohan, Nicole Ritchie and Cameron Diaz are among the stars who have been snapped wearing it. The McQueen skull clutch bag is another sought-after accessory that has sparked many a counterfeit.
Skulls are everywhere.







Gucci

Gucci knee-high leather boots
Gucci’s Autumn (Fall)/Winter 2008








ASOS

Black and gold is a classic colour combination. Work it with style and in an up to date fashion with these pointed court shoes. The have a low cut vamp, pointed toe, and slim stiletto heel. The stand out feature, of course, is the metallic gold cap. Dress these up with a simple black shift dress and matching metallic accessories.

Price: $108.00 at us.asos.com




Another golden cap shoes for more girlie look.
Vuitton spring 2012 toe cap shoes




Balenciaga cutout boots






BOY London is or was a designer fashion clothing company and store who were big in the eighties. Despite its punk roots the shop-cum-label soon became a mainstay of the high street boom with the Boy logo becoming the most bootlegged name of the decade. BOY clothes were worn and made even more popular by many musicians including : BOY GEORGE , PET SHOP BOYS, JOHNNY SLUT (of goth band SPECIMEN) and many others.















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