Emerged in the 1990s, graffiti art was not approved by the mainstream. It was perceived as a street art, which meant it was too out of the box to be put into a strict system like the mainstream fashion. Luckily, today we can witness the rising trend of graffiti-inspired fashion styles, for both men and women. Therefore, here are some of the most influential graffiti fashion trends for this fall – check them out!
Graffiti and high fashion? At first, there’s no logic behind merging the two. However, designers open to the street art have realized the secret connection between the two. The unconventionality of street art can soften the inherent rigidity of high fashion pieces, which blends into a new style that’s appealing to modern women in their 20s, 30s, or even 40s.
If you’re interested in acquiring high-fashion pieces with graffiti design, you should check out the Internet for finding the specialized stores that are selling this type of clothes.
Graffiti goes well with skateboarding, so it’s not so odd to find a graffiti-inspired sportswear at the market. From sneakers, socks, and hoods, graffiti’s unique appearance can be used to emphasize the casual sportswear for both men and women.
If you want to stand out in a gym or while taking a walk in the park, try out some bold colored graffiti sportswear.
A little black dress paired with some crazy graffiti heels will make you a star of the night, wherever you go. They often come in unusual color patterns: from neon pink and yellow, to gold and black. This makes them a perfect accessory in every girl’s closet.
Pairing graffiti heels with a monochrome outfit are easy; for a bold impression, try pairing the shoes with the clutch or a handbag of complementary coloring.
Everyday graffiti wardrobe
You don’t have to seak a special occasion to wear something that’s inspired by graffiti. There are a lot of different everyday items you can choose and wear whenever you’re hanging out with your friends, or go shopping, or jogging in the park. The rule of thumb is the same as with the more fashionable items: pair one graffiti-inspired piece of clothes with monochrome accessories. The type of accessories someone with a turntable would own.
If you’re too wild to be strained and want everyone to know how unique you are, there are some great hoodies and pants set you’ll enjoy.