Just like every other time you thought rock and roll had died, someone takes a blast from the past to make it the talk of the town. As an inspiration of many generations (and many more to come), rock and roll influenced pop culture history through the world of music and the eccentric taste it left on fashion trends. This Fashionisto went beyond magnetic with his icy take as the frontman of his own band.
Inspired by the recently popular ghetto goth trend, this Fashionisto has no problem letting everyone know who’s the new kid on the block. Without hesitation the black ensemble is stamped as a symbol of Metallica fandom with his choice of a band T-shirt. Band T-shirts are a great way to spark conversation among the crowd and possibly get you an extra credit point from your fan of a professor. The absence of tripp pants in the ghetto goth trend is a big deviation from the mainstream goth trend, in which this Fashionisto chose J Brand denim. Fitted jeans are a popular trend among both men and women in recent years, adding a contemporary flare to the regular casual combo.
It only gets better with this Fashionisto’s choice of combat boots to stomp the yard on the way to class. If you haven’t already noticed the awkward weather changes you’ll learn that combat boots are a fashion conscious choice perfect for the hot and cold, rain or shine. As far as accessories, this Fashionisto let the leather in his belt loops go straight to his head with a leather baseball cap. The baseball cap is the perfect finish for an outfit ready for a mosh-pit frenzy or that totally rad lecture hall.
Hint: Ever thought about dyeing your hair that one crazy color? Well if you plan to adopt these trends past an occasional outfit this could be an opportunity for an adventure. College is a great time to express yourself in many different ways, and if you’re looking for something less permanent than a tattoo or piercing, you might want to make that hair appointment.