Thursday, April 25, 2013
Rock the Trend----Punk Clothing
Are you a fan of Punk Clothing fashion? Do you want to be alternative? If your answer is yes and i think you will be interested in my this topic. I will simply introduce some information about the details wo should pay attention to when we are dressing in Punk fashion style. You can have a reference if you are interested in this clothing fashion. We should pay attention to the following several points:
About the Tops: For this trend, go for tops made out of luxurious fabrics with fabulous detailing. A silk vest in moody mauve with decorative metal detailing all-over will give you a subtle, punk, edgy look and make passersby notice your outfit. Look for detailing that is small in size and grand in coverage of the pieces. Metal details that are too large will give you a biker look instead of punk chic.
About the Bottoms: Since our inspiration is punk, keep pants slim or skinny in dark colors. Black is the ideal. Skinny black jeans (in denim or leather) with zipper detailing at the bottom of the leg and at the waist (front and back) will look undeniably punk. The mix of textures and details will make you seem ahead of the times whenever you step out. If you want to go for a different type of bottoms, a short skirt is also another great option. Go for one that is no longer than mid-thigh length, but comes in a flattering shape. Be sure the skirt you choose has plenty of zippers, buttons, studs, or other fun details. If short skirts aren’t your favorite, wear the short skirt with a pair of opaque dark tights or leggings in a coordinating color.
About the shoes: Leather, patent leather, and suede are favorites for this trend. For shoes, keep the look punk but still chic, go for rounded studs and other metal details as opposed to pointy, sharp, or jagged looking ones. For handbags, go for large hobos in a sturdy and rugged material. You can keep the detail minimal here since you have metal detailing in one or more pieces of your ensemble. For jewelry, go for rubber, leather, or silver. Funky chain detailing on a smaller scale keeps jewelry looking punk without being intimidating.