Dressing a hipster guy may be considered a chanche to show rebellion. While he is certainly easy to spot on the street it may take a couple of tries before you discover how to dress him.
Among other fashion movements, hipster culture takes cues from the bright, neon-hued street wear of the 1980s. Skinny jeans for example are crucial, but slim-cut chinos work just as well. In any case, dark denim dyes, boldly colored chinos (red or green) and neutral hues are all suitable, then cuff his pants to show off the shoes. In warmer climes let’s convert their skinny jeans into cut-offs, to maintain hipster fashion sense well into summer.
Hipster footwear styles include simple slip-ons, skateboarding shoes, leather loafers, desert boots and chunky workwear boots; the hipster style gives you the ability to mix and match your kicks with classic pants like dark-washed jeans and neutral or colored chinos. Classic looks, however, include desert boots with neutral chinos and a brightly colored v-neck, or leather penny loafers with cuffed and tapered jeans and a slim button-up. Hipster men often go sockless or sport patterned socks. As for hats, wool knit caps, beanies serve as perennial choices for hipster guys.
The hipster essence may be resumed in a pair of thick-framed glasses does. Sunglasses with vintage frames and horn-rimmed specs also do the trick. A hipsters use to love slim leather belts, suspenders and boldly colored cloth belts; extra-hip touches include bow ties, and watches that range from antique to 1980s digital-chic. Light, billowy scarves complement cool weather, and leather messenger bags add a utilitarian look, but much of hipster fashion relies on the body itself.