I've naturally seemed to adopt this style of dressing every time I felt free, creative and rebellious.. Didn't even know I was being "grunge" although at one stage around 14-15 years old I was listening to Grunge music, I was dressing in ripped jeans just cause I didn't give a stuff, was wearing converse day after day and I never brushed my hair, wore loose baggy clothing, just whatever I wanted.. wasn't so much a fashion statement but just an attitude..
I'm a few years older now, and the whole acid wash, vests, studs, androgynous style of clothing, plaids are just things i'll always love. I don't see them as trends, they just represent some kind of youthful spirit to me...
Last edited by allthatglitters; 23-03-2010 at 11:40 PM.
At least somewhat. I work for a teen web series set in the 90s and we are always searching ebay for great grunge ensembles. See the croquis our fabulous costume designer whipped up a few seasons ago.
Plaid shirts, cut offs, docs, overalls, chucks holding it together by a few threads. I don't think grunge ever completely left... you just have to update things. We definitely have fun using the not-okay trends as well though! Check it. http://www.orangejuiceinbishopsgarden.com