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u just described 5 types of hipsters...
Also it would be better if u did a mens style same as u do for women, what look good, whats the more appropriate for them to buy to make a good capsule wardrobe etc, but if u dont know its fine too. I have several m,ale friends (3) who requested me to do a capsule wardrobe to them haha im helping my brother out currently. Its really nice, men are so much more simple to dress.
What about hip hop-ish sort of style? I know some men who dress like that.
On the other note, this is another entertaining and informative video. I just realise that I like all the styles mentioned in this video... or maybe I'm just a straight woman and I like man who dress himself in a certain theme. 😂
Army guy: camo, army boots, bandanna, black synthetic gloves optional.
No shirt guy: often plays music in a hard rock or metal band.
Romantic guy: top hat, often wears deep red coloured clothing, is an expert on classical English literature such as Frankenstein and Dracula.
Boyband guy: self explanatory.
Perhaps the one style I personally relate to is “ the classic look, or traditional look”. It’s timeless and , as most people from my generation will attest, always in good taste and of quality materials. Good taste is forever.
Wow. Justine, I just want to say I think the slightly messy (but still cared for!) hairdo looks absolutely stunning on you. This video once again shows you’re very knowledgeable about fashion. Love your vibes and the content! Keep it up. :)
the "don't know, don't care" type. wears t-shirt and trousers of varying types and in different states of decay and fit -.-. owns one pair of shoes that look awful because it's never cleaned or cared for in any way until a new one comes along. personally i think it's no crime to have no taste, style or opinion on clothes. to care properly for the stuff you own e. g. have at least two pair of shoes so one can air while you wear the other, mend tears and holes if you don't like them to get worse, inform yourself how to clean your clothes, is not a question of style but of taking responsibility. and as a woman i dislike the idea to live with a man who thinks washing, cleaning and sewing is somehow below masculine lifestyle. no. if you cannot properly do these things it's helpless and uneducated not masculine.
Nerds are by far the sexiest. I married one too. Engineer, of course. ;). He is a hybrid between your sporty and nerd though... weightlifter and wears tee and jeans on weekends and afterwork. We both make fun of the hipster skinny jeans and man bun. :)
I live in Korea - most guys here pay a lot of attention to their appearance , wear B.B. cream (light foundation) and society is still pretty conservative. The hipster is very rare but I’ve seen a couple of guys in young and fashionable neighborhood. Eco guy/ artsy guy is VERY rare. usually they’re foreigners. Majority of guys are “nerds” but veeeery polished. It’s like a uniform...but a lot of them are just pretending - so if you see the same person on the weekend you might not recognize them. Most guys I see that aren’t “nerds” are usually either the athletic type or a mix of the hippie and the nerd.
Wait you forgot mine. I am not a fashion designer but a makeup artist.
I do what Coco Chanel did for women but for men. High heels mostly, sharp yet relaxed black clothes, easy breazy hair, red lips and barely any product on skin.
You are fantastic, Justine! I studied french at University but I was never able to pursue learning the language well. I love ur videos esp the French style. I've ways been wearing my make up the French style. I'm not fond of drag queen type of make up. Nice to know you!
Ton ton est très condescendant, je ne comprends pas... Première vidéo de ta chaîne que je n'aime pas. En plus c'est un peu restreint comme catégorisation, il en manque (exemple : le mec qui porte toujours une veste et des chaussures de ville, en cuir, pointues, perso le "pingouin" me fait toujours rire, on dirait qu'il travaille en permanence)
Hâte de voir ta prochaine vidéo malgré tout, c'est toujours super !
It would be great if we could send you items in our wardrobes that we dont know how to wear. Get your advice⚘I have a long black pure wool coat. It has 80's shoulder pads which I shall remove. But I don't know if I should keep it long or have tailored to knee length.
I live in northern Canada we have working man fashion.. a wool stanfeild sweater long sleeve shirt under with carhart pants and Steeltoe boots. Or t-shirt carhart pants or jeans and blundstone boots. Pretty common look.
There's the business man who's always wearing a suit because he's always working.
There's a lot of styles that are a bit more niche and are associated with a certain genre of music. The one I see most often is a hip-hop style. It used to be that hiphop clothing was all about baggy clothes, snap backs, basketball shoes, and a heck load of bling. Now it's better fitting clothes, jeans, athletic wear, neat and well-trimmed hair and beards. (The snap backs are still around though.) Anyone still wearing pants that sag to their ankles tend to look grossly unattractive. At least that hasn't changed.
Hi Justine, I just found this tutorial on men. In the USA we seem to have them all...aren’t we lucky woman? A type for every lady! But a few you missed, not many in your neck of the woods, so to speak, nor in New York, would be the surfers (Hawaii & California mostly) and our handsome cowboys (in many States...Texas, California, Nebraska, Montana, etc.)...drop dead handsome and usually very polite and good to the female sex.
Hi Justine. I enjoyed this video. I was surprised that your artist stereotype is similar to my own tendency to wear comfortable layers. I am an artist and I like wearing styles after they go out of style, of interesting textures and specific color. I sew a lot of my own clothes using Burda patterns or other brands that have comfortable but interesting folds, gathers, or layers. I also enjoy wearing and sewing clothes from other eras like the 1920's or even Romance era. Luckily I live in Oregon where it is normal to be creative! I am happy to say that every one of those style types are present here in Oregon making us diverse.
More types of Men:
The New Goth - All black everything. Loves drapey or flowing clothing. Patron saint is Rick Owens. Japanese equivalent loves Yohji/Julius_7
The Suit Guy/#menswear - Always wears a suit everywhere and thinks that other styles of men's clothes are immature. Possibly owns too many pocket squares
Sneaker Head - The rest of the outfit is an afterthought so long as it's based around fresh, often hyped, sneakers.
The Woodsman - Similar to the hipster, but looks like he's always ready to go camping or chop wood despite having a 9-5 job at a conservative office. Wears a wool beanie in the dead of summer.
The Wannabe Gangster/Cowboy - I'm lumping these two together because despite coming from upper middle class backgrounds, they want to appear to have more grit than they do.
The Dad - Cargo shorts, worn tee, and New Balance Sneakers. Pockets may be filled with children's toys (if actually a dad) or "tactical" accessories.
Hedi Boy - Tight black jeans, black chelseas, white shirt, and tight black moto jacket. Often tall and thin. Loves all things SLP before Slimanes departure and will relentlessly say how bad the new collection is.
This was made in jest so please, no one take this too seriously.
Hipsters have been around for like ten years, of course that they are everywhere by now.
Anyway, you completely missed the various types of preppy/business-esque guys - there are actually several varieties of them and I think I associate with them more since I can see a lot of subtle differences within that type of men's fashion, whereas to me the hipster and the artist look like the same guy and the eco guy is just slightly different, but not different enough to be more than a subcategory.
Ahh, I'm drinking Appletiser from a glass made in France and I'm watching this funny video. As soon as my boyfriend arrives at home tonight I'll let him know he's a combination of a Hipster & Nerd. We live in London :). Bizous, Justine!
The coolest 😎styles I've seen are in London ........very cool dressers for sure !
Take a trip down the famous Saville Row (street where the most famous British tailors are) and check out the incredible clothes and hand made english shoes !
A mind blowing place 😎
Justine, I too am a fashion designer...ex fashion designer. I watched a lot of your videos which are superb and above all, informative. I've taken a look at your collection and adore the simplicity. I would like to see more outfits suitable for women going through change of life. It's an uncomfortable part of life, with many changes, not only to the body but there's a level of invisibility that comes with it. Some of it is self-inflicted, but part of it is also society's attitude towards older women, and ours, as we adjust to this new phase of life. You covered some of this aspect in your presentation on body shapes. My generation (I'm 51) is still very hip, cool, elegant, minimal, modern. We need beautiful clothes that celebrate us. I think it would be an interesting and viable exploration for you to embark on, given that you have the sensitivity and analytical skills to understand what might be needed. Furthermore, we have the money and will pay for quality. Your thoughts?
I am from Portland, Oregon. The birthplace of the hipster. Man buns, beards, beanies, and wayfarer glasses abound. In Oregon and the Pacific Northwest in general, another style for men is the "outdoorsman". They dress in clothes meant for outdoor activities, lots of plaid and flannel, barn coats and adirondack coats, hiking boots, etc. they look like they're about to go on a hiking expedition or camping even in the city! Lol
My husband just reminded me of the Urban Cowboy. We live in the U.S. in the Southwest. These guys are everywhere here. They wear the stuff but have never ridden a horse in their life. Well, maybe once at a dude ranch or friends house or something.
I have three additional, probably more specific to the U.S. (and I see one already mentioned):
Corporate Guy - Always in well cut suits, shirt and tie. Even when it casual wear, he doesn't look casual. His casual his casual is other regular guy's dressy.
Regular Dude - Most comfortable in jeans and a modern t-shirt. Wears comfy clothes that fit his body type and transforms into a well dressed man when necessary and wears both types well.
Doesn't know, Doesn't care - This is sadly around me a lot but thankfully not at work. Sweat pants or shorts wearing guys that don't have a style and looks like they can't pull themselves together.
I know the last one isn't fashionable. Just saying he exists, lol! Love your videos! Keep them coming!
My daughter and her husband are hipsters in the Mecca of hipsters Williamsburg NYC. They will deny it, yet it is A style. My favorite style like a viewer below is Punk NYC Ramones. Not the comical haircut. A generation later, jeans and a cool worn leather jacket has a strong attitude. I also adore that area of NYC. Dream location. Five years ago I started a bridal company for non traditional brides. My farthest bride lived in The Marshal Islands.
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