Emo Fashion – Not Quite Modern Not Quite Vintage
As with any era, there is always a special time when a teen looks to find something unique in themselves. This time, many teens are finding it in emo fashion. As before, our parents did not understand the new experience of self-discovery and uniqueness and more than we do now. Most teens who understand this type of style are the ones who are more in touch with their emotions. Emo fashion is really a mix of goth and punk except it focuses on the more sensitive side of the individual. Not only is the emo fashion popular the music, hairstyles, and makeup trends make this a culture all its own. A culture that has spread to all the major fashion runways.
Because feelings are at the top of the emo’s priority list, it is the safest culture to be in when trying to learn about yourself. Emo fashion, like the personalities of those who love it, are comfortable and simple. Keeping the balance between modern emo and the eighties look is a challenge. This is especially true when it comes to jeans. Tight jean styles are great but too tight and you go into a whole other era. Graphic tees displaying a moody phrase work perfectly for a simple emo style that tells everyone just how you feel.
Vintage clothes are seen being worn by most emo fashionistas. Because emo style changes with moods, it is important to have a large amount of clothing pieces to choose from. Because vintage is cheap and easy to accessorize, it is perfect for those ever changing outfits. For older expressionists, emo might not work for the office or business setting but can be a fun way to leave it all behind on the weekends. It is low maintenance and you can be very versatile in how you choose to express yourself. Photo Copyright of EmoHoernRockZ
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