Clearly I’m not a hipster, but the trend has offered some wonderful, wonderful lazy day fashion coverage. Simply stated…the oversized glasses hide that I’m not wearing any make-up, thank God. The hat has hidden the fact that my roots are a little curly and the t-shirt and jacket cover my less that beach ready tummy. Therefore, thank you to all the hipsters. You gentrify urban areas and you help me hide my flaws…such a powerful movement.
And my owl obsession continues. Thank you random hipster street artist.
There is a little tiny hipster trapped in side of me, very tiny, which is why I was almost instantly attracted to this drawing on the Neysa Bove Blog. Other than her obvious penchant for working with water color she knows a thing or two about putting together a cute ensemble. Well, I just had to rave for a bit.
Here are some ensembles I love, love, love.
Try going Girly with mini skirts, lace, amazing chunky heels, and simple-on of a kind-jewelry.
Grunge got a face-lift in 2011; instead of the torn jeans go leggings-even jeggings, caps, plaid, boots, and scarves.
Adventurers everywhere will covet your style in a striped mini, amazing cropped blazer belt and the adorable little straw hat.
Hipsters always look so sad, but I wouldn’t be in those rose shorts. To get the “true” hipster look go with a small brimmed hat, prints, and simple jewelry.