Different Fashion Styles
Sporty: Earlier, only sportsmen used to be seen in the sports clothes but nowadays, with celebrities taking up the trend, everyone is being seen out in their best workout clothes. Sporty style, takes elements of athletic wear, like leggings, bike shorts, and oversize sweatshirts, out of the gym and onto the streets.
Bohemian: Also known as “boho” or “boho chic,” bohemian style borrows from the 1960’s hippie aesthetic and festival culture. The hallmarks of boho style are flowing maxi dresses, long skirts, bell-bottom pants, large brimmed hats, fringe, suede, and slouchy handbags.
Punk: Punk fashion is inspired by the subversive punk rocker styles of the ’70s and ’80s. Some elements of punk style include leather jackets, deconstructed blazers, ripped fishnet stockings, skinny jeans, and chunky black boots.
Streetwear: This is an all-encompassing fashion style, that evolved from the streets. It incorporates comfortable yet trendy clothing such as logo T-shirts and crop tops, hoodies, baggy pants, and sneakers.
Ethnic fashion style: This refers to clothing adopted completely or partially from traditional costumes of different nations. This includes Mexican peasant blouses, Afghan coats, Japanese Kimonos, Tunics and Kaftans from the east, colorful bandanas from the gypsies.
Formal Office Wear: This includes a tuxedo or formal dark suit and matching tie for men and appropriate dresses, skirts, shirts, trousers for women.