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This is Still Dreamin Clothing brand video showcasing our products around the streets of New York.
If you didn’t grow up from the streets or were raised in the suburbs, it can be hard sometimes trying to get the urban fashion or hip hop culture without studying a lot of magazines and music videos. Even when you do stay active, the trends can be hard to keep up with; street wear brands change styles rapidly because it’s like a chameleon that always changes its colors and adapts to its environment.
In recent years, we have seen a huge demand for expression in street wear. It seems the rough edges of hip hop culture have begun to wear down and open up the opportunities for more individuality.
Other cultures and fashion categories are getting fused into many different styles. Afropunk is one shining example of just how fresh urban fashion has become, where it is an amalgam of urban style, yet uniquely its own style. Let’s take a look closer at your basic outfit and how you need to update it.
Let your shirt be an extension of what’s on your mind. Intelligence and sense of awareness is sexy in urban culture. It’s no longer enough to wear a white tee shirt and a pair of jeans, unless you’re stuck in the “Golden Era” and refuse to let go which is perfectly fine for some people. For the rest of us, we prefer the gentlemen’s urban chic, Afropunk, high street fashion, and international flavors. A strong collection of graphic tees is key to making your wardrobe flexible on the streets, don’t get caught looking confused when you have to mismatch a blazer and skinny jeans with a turtleneck or you’re going to look like a lost tourist.
Unlike most fashion trends, street wear will always be about utility when it comes to accessories. There are some exceptions, but you won’t get away with carrying around an empty courier bag for the sake of fashion. While that may sound restrictive for fashion bugs, it’s really not when you think about what is considered an accessory here: your fitted cap, a skateboard, a small towel to wipe sweat, necklaces, backpacks, and so on. Even if you don’t plan on getting much use out of your accessory, like the towel, it’s a street wear staple to be prepared for whatever, wherever you go.
Brand names are of course important when it comes to urban fashion, but what your clothes say about you is always going to overshadow any logo or manufacture’s name. People are going to stop and ask you where you got that shirt, not who makes it, which is a big difference in most other fashions.