More than just baggy clothes from the back then days and more than just hoods and white tees, the Hip-Hop fashioners will undoubtedly assure you that one must be full of swag and Hip-Hop appeal first and last if they wish to maintain the culture and love of the Hip-Hop nation at hand. Anyways, one of the most popular Hip-Hop eccentricities is “Stuntin'” or, letting people know just exactly what one has and how they rock it…or not. Hip-Hoppers will come at readers on any given day shining (more than just bling blinging) from head to toe with the latest trends and another will come to be seen by readers and get examined from head to toe and be totally ordinary looking without the Hip-Hop brandishes and all the lovable quirky sensibilities. Two sides to any coin unveil marvelous and atrocious attire, or in Hip-Hops case, a subtle difference in perception. Hip-Hop fashion and Hip-Hop trends make a huge difference when it comes to getting it right.
One sees Hip-Hop as an embrace, while another sees Hip-Hop as contagious. Of course the coin toss will land on either side not to mention the one flipping the coin, at hand. Is This the Watch?
- Hats (The Snapback and the Fitted Cap)
- Watches and Bracelets (From Rolexes to the Vomit Face)
- Chains (2 Chains)
- Multi-colored Shoelaces (Fat laces over Skinny laces)
- The Rolled-up pant leg (LL Cool J)
- Old School Brass Knuckles (Love and Hate from Spike Lee’s Joint: “Do the Right Thing”)
- Stunner Shades
- Fur Coats
Gold is king in Hip-Hop culture no matter how much “Ice” or “Bling” one has, rest assured the gold outweighs all the competition. Never to be worn at the same time, the battle between Gold (White Gold, Pure Karats) and Ice (Silver, Platinum and Diamond) fall prey to time once again measuring history versus common trend; sort of like the trending snapback hats vs. the fitted caps. The history of HIP-HOP has always seen gold whether in our teeth, our hair, our hands, or around our neck and in our ears the gold is the standard of fashion when it comes to Hip-Hop accessorizing.
Readers should know, although this examiner has been clueless toward most Hip-Hop fashion statements and beliefs. Readers also may not be able to explain the trends or the cliches but Hip-Hop will be able to speak for Hip-Hop when the time comes to hit that “Like” button. From the street to the runway, fashioners will also keep Hip-Hop thriving and vibrant.
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