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The Evolution of Hip-Hop Fashion
Hip hop fashion stands out regardless of the era. The reason for this is simple. Attitude is what makes hip-hop fashion so unique. Regardless, some clothing attires can be linked directly to hip-hop fashion. This article will discuss some clothing attires and their evolution over the years.
Durags became a trend in the 2000s and played multiple roles for rappers in that period. Besides being stylish, it was also a way to protect their hairstyles overnight. Some used it to preserve their curly waves, which were the rave at the time.
Several artists like Eminem, 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, and Ludacris wore durags. They were paired with baggy jeans and oversized t-shirts. This durag trend is not just associated with hip-hop fashion alone. It is now mainstream and widespread.
Hip hop fashion in the 2000s also included wearing basketball jerseys and pairing them with baggy jeans. It was one way to support the predominantly black sport. Also, artists in that era wore football and baseball jerseys. They also wore similar caps to match.
This famous boot was all the rave in the 2000s thanks to hip-hop fashion. Everyone wanted a pair for Christmas. It was a unique design at the time, and rappers often wore them with baggy clothing. Today, you’ll still find timberland boots trendy, and people pair them with tight or loose clothing.
The bandana was also one of the early fashion accessories of 2000s hip-hop culture. Famous rappers like Nelly used this accessory as their signature style until others adopted it as well. It became a fashion statement to tie a bandana on the head.
Bling bling, as it was also called, started becoming a trend in the 1990s with hip-hop artists like Flavor Flav, Big Daddy Kane, and Slick Daddy. This trend continued until the 2000s, and other younger artists like Soulja Boy revived it. The grills are often made of platinum, silver, or gold. It also comes in different styles.
Grills is still popular among rappers today. However, the trend of veneers has overtaken it.
This type of dressing became popular in the 1980s and lasted through the 1990s and even the early 2000s. Rappers like P Diddy and Dipset were among the pioneers of the style. The outfit often consisted of a very large shirt and baggy jeans. It is certain that no one checked sizes before buying clothes. Just pick the biggest one, and you’re good to go.
In the 2000s, jewelry became a trend in hip-hop culture. Not just regular necklaces and rings but elaborate customized jewelry. Artists had different styles of customized jewelry. Some also went the extra mile to customize their accessories with precious stones. This trend is not as popular as it used to be, but it is still a part of hip-hop fashion.
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Over the years, fashion in hip-hop has changed. From tight clothing in the 70s to baggy clothes in the 2000s, change has been constant. However, some fashion items, such as OZ Durag remain closely associated with hip hop culture.
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