So how do you dress? I mean, do you have a strict style that you always go for? Lord knows there are a ton of different styles out there, and for some people, it’s hard picking one since it comes with a whole lifestyle most of the time. It’s not too uncommon either that people switch styles every now and then when they have grown tired of the one they have been into for a while. Obviously there wouldn’t be any radical changes, or so I don’t think, but there are certainly styles that are connected which you could easily jump between. The thing is though that most of us have no idea what styles are out there. Sure, we have the regular ones, and we certainly know about geeks and nerds, but there are a lot of them out there I tell you.
Just have a peek at these. This ultimate listing of styles, created by Rob Dobi, is called Your Scene Sucks. It delivers one of the most extensive series of styles I have ever seen. It has pretty much everything, at least the ones that are popular today. Sure, there is an ’80s style missing and definitely a ’70s, but those aren’t exactly popular today. And by the looks of it, Rob adds new styles continuously so maybe we’ll see these eventually. The ’80s one is in a way popular, but compared to these others, I don’t think it would measure up well when it comes to popularity.
Now the only thing you have to do is settle for one I guess. Which style is closest to your heart? Which one of these styles do you identify yourself with the most? For me, I would have to pick a couple actually in order to be able to pick at all. I mean, this list is insane if you look at the number of styles represented in it. The explanation for each one certainly helps to narrow down the ones I would choose. I urge you to go to Rob’s website for even more in depth information about each style. It’s badass! But then again, the interesting part is how people perceive you just because they have a certain style. It’s the stereotype part of our brain that gets all oiled up and starts to chuck away I guess.
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