Grunge clothing amongst teenagers..

Ripped jeans, flannel, facial hair, etc.

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Re: Grunge clothing amongst teenagers..

Post by kalashnicult » Sun Apr 21, 2013 4:45 am

Good question! I'd like to think in a perfect world my band would be, we are getting attention and are playing 2 festivals this summer in the east of England, but thinking realistically, I have no idea! xD

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Re: Grunge clothing amongst teenagers..

Post by jolene » Sun Apr 21, 2013 7:13 am

Yeah, in my school there are people (only girls actually) who dress 'grunge'. But they are tumblr hipsters who don't even know grunge bands other than Nirvana. Which brings us to the whole 'soft grunge' thing, ugh. People who don't have tumblr possibly won't understand this btw. :D
So I don't really think it's good that they dress like that, it has nothing to do with grunge music.
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Re: Grunge clothing amongst teenagers..

Post by sadie » Sun Apr 21, 2013 10:23 pm

Yeah Grunge is popular again. But it'll blow over as fast as all the other phases did.
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Re: Grunge clothing amongst teenagers..

Post by scentless » Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:16 am

the style ain't grunge anymore. you can buy 80 dollar ripped jeans and 40 dollar flanels everywhere these days.

Seems to be hot lately....

I saw a girl wearing a Nirvana t-shirt and I said that the lead singer is dead, and she replied with:"Oh i just like the smiley I didnt know it was a band, but who is the lead singer anyway?"

Can I kill her?:D
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Re: Grunge clothing amongst teenagers..

Post by Mandy8 » Mon Aug 12, 2013 1:43 am

jolene wrote:Yeah, in my school there are people (only girls actually) who dress 'grunge'. But they are tumblr hipsters who don't even know grunge bands other than Nirvana. Which brings us to the whole 'soft grunge' thing, ugh. People who don't have tumblr possibly won't understand this btw. :D
So I don't really think it's good that they mini dress like that, it has nothing to do with grunge music.
I attend college in England and over here, im not the only one who dresses grunge.

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Re: Grunge clothing amongst teenagers..

Post by jolene » Thu Aug 15, 2013 2:24 am

Mandy8 wrote:
jolene wrote:Yeah, in my school there are people (only girls actually) who dress 'grunge'. But they are tumblr hipsters who don't even know grunge bands other than Nirvana. Which brings us to the whole 'soft grunge' thing, ugh. People who don't have tumblr possibly won't understand this btw. :D
So I don't really think it's good that they dress like that, it has nothing to do with grunge music.
I attend college in England and over here, im not the only one who dresses grunge.
Yeah I see, do the other people dress like that because they like the music or just because it's a fashion trend?
Probably because fashion, oh god.
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