Pictures by Spela Bokal/Spela Bokal Photography & Claudine RO
Image processing by Claudine RO
Jeans: Stradivarius; Belt: Mango; Jacket: H&M; SHirt: ZARA; Shoes: Boohoo; Fedora: Boohoo; Shades: Prada; Socks: Wolford. Bag: YSL. Jewelry: ZARA, ASOS, Zlatarna Celje, H&M. Watch: Longines: Dolcevita. Lipgloss: Vanilla Kiss. Nail polish: Alessandro. Picture with Eric Erlandson Guitar, taken in Hard Rock Cafe, Budapest/Hungary.
Hi, Guys! How are You??? Well today I'm grungie again!:-) I'm the child of the grunge culture and I can't help myself!:-) I was really mad about Nirvana music in the 90-ies (you know... Smells like a ten spirit song from Nevermind Album,yay and the Man who sold this World Song!! :-)...) and about Kurt Cobain style: distroyed jeans, striped tees, tartan shirts, cozy sweaters or leather jackets and all star sneakers ... So, what's (who's) grungie? This is, to put it simply, a cross between a punk-rocker and a hippy. They listen to grunge music, like Nirvana and The Like.
Grunge began, in the mid 80s, with Seattle indie rock and punk like mudhoney and the Melvins, and their thoughts on life and politics becoming “popular” in the underground punk world. Nirvana brought grunge music to the forefront, and the style became popular.
As for the style its self, it was spawned by combining the styles of hippies, punks, and the mere niceties of Seattle life. The long hair and naturalist theories of hippies, and the ripped jeans and “anarchist” liberal views of punks , and the fact that Seattle is really cold made them were Flannel , creating the "grunge look".
Live simply and be bit grungie today, because grunge is the most popular and hottest fashion style of Autumn Winter Season 2013!
Happy Sunday Everyone!