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grunge outfits

The word grunge is synonymous with grunge fashion, which is an vernacular term, self-referential, and one that often changes definition. You know when they were born when you know their ageing—which for some vernacular, like grunge, is complicated.

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A grunge outfit doesn't necessarily mean wearing all-black, baggy clothing (although, those details are definitely helpful when it comes to nailing this look). Rather, focusing on layering pieces in a unique way and adding small yet impactful details — from certain prints to metal accessories — are also key components to keep in mind. And, perhaps the best part about grunge is that so many of fashion's 'rules' are thrown out the window; mismatched items and clashing color combos are encouraged. (Source: www.instyle.com)

Ahead, we've rounded up some of our favorite grunge outfit ideas, along with tips on how to recreate them with your own wardrobe. (Souww.instyle.com)

When it comes to grunge outfits, we typicarce: wlly think of dark colors. But neon pieces — especially those with artsy prints — also work for a softer version of this trend. For an easy grunge look, style a loose neon dress with chunky shoes, then pull it all together with leather and metallic accessories, a wide-brim or slouchy hat, and some sunglasses. (Source: www.instyle.com)

Mixing prints has the ability to take an outfit from basic to iconic, and combining multiple loud choices give off a playful punk vibe. To pull off this somewhat tricky move, pair a logomania piece (such as a dress or shirt) with a printed scarf, then layer with a solid oversized bomber jacket to balance things out. If you're hoping to make your outfit flow or feel more uniform, stick with a single color scheme and choose items accordingly. (Source: www.instyle.com)

Leather pants with skull tee has never ceased to create the perfect grunge outfit, and although this abstract shirt is only faking numerous layers, you can accomplish something similar with a denim jacket or vest and zip-up hoodie. A few layered chains and pendant necklaces provide the perfect final touch. (Source: www.instyle.com)

The number one tip when styling a grunge outfit is to not worry about sizing. Much like those aforementioned wide-leg pants, it's the baggier, the better in terms of top layers, too. Find your favorite oversized blazer, shacket, or even puffer coat and pair it with loose mom jeans, or play around with proportions by opting for a mini skirt. (Source: www.instyle.com)

If you're looking to go the more understated route, you'll only need to make a few key choices when putting together an outfit. Work plaid into your outfit with an oversized button-down, stick with darker or distressed denim, and choose lug-sole or platform shoes. (Source: www.instyle.com)

Another versatile print that feels particularly grunge to us? Camo, which can be incorporated into your outfit with a baggy jacket or pair of pants. It's also one that can be worn as a neutral, so feel free to mix it with tartan or stripes to create an eye-catching, quirky ensemble. (Source: www.instyle.com)

A grunge outfit doesn't necessarily mean wearing all-black, baggy clothing (although, those details are definitely helpful when it comes to nailing this look). Rather, focusing on layering pieces in a unique way and adding small yet impactful details — from certain prints to metal accessories — are also key components to keep in mind. And, perhaps the best part about grunge is that so many of fashion's 'rules' are thrown out the window; mismatched items and clashing color combos are encouraged. (Source: news.yahoo.com)

Ahead, we've rounded up some of our favorite grunge outfit ideas, along with tips on how to recreate them with your own wardrobe. (Source: news.yahoo.com)

When it comes to grunge outfits, we typically think of dark colors. But neon pieces — especially those with artsy prints — also work for a softer version of this trend. For an easy grunge look, style a loose neon dress with chunky shoes, then pull it all together with leather and metallic accessories, a wide-brim or slouchy hat, and some sunglasses. (Source: news.yahoo.com)

LOOK

A grunge outfit doesn't necessarily mean wearing all-black, baggy clothing (although, those details are definitely helpful when it comes to nailing this look). Rather, focusing on layering pieces in a unique way and adding small yet impactful details — from certain prints to metal accessories — are also key components to keep in mind. And, perhaps the best part about grunge is that so many of fashion's 'rules' are thrown out the window; mismatched items and clashing color combos are encouraged. (Source: www.instyle.com)

If you're looking to go the more understated route, you'll only need to make a few key choices when putting together an outfit. Work plaid into your outfit with an oversized button-down, stick with darker or distressed denim, and choose lug-sole or platform shoes. (Source: www.instyle.com)

You'd be surprised how much a single pair of pants can change up a look. To nail the grunge aesthetic, embrace the extreme wide-leg with some throwback cargos, then throw on a knit sweater and classic sneakers to make it complete. (Source: news.yahoo.com)

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One of the biggest influences on grunge fashion was rock star Kurt Cobain, the lead singer of the hugely successful band Nirvana. It is widely believed that Cobain represents the core of the grunge movement and the phenomenon of the grunge scene's influence. Cobain's style was a combination from both male and female fashion, and "his Seattle thrift-store look ran the gamut of masculine lumberjack workwear and 40s-by-way-of-70s feminine dresses." (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

 

 

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