How to Dress Scene
The scene lifestyle has recently influenced the fashion world. With its adherence to the freedom of expression and individuality in its fashion statement, the scene fashion has captured the hearts of many teenagers and young adults worldwide.
But how do you go about dressing like a true-blue scene kid? As the scene fashion is all about individual expression, scene dressing is not that rigid and difficult to sport. But it does have a few staples which you need to observe in keeping with its principle.
Scene dressing caters to the idea of layered dressing. Eye-catching use of layers of clothes is the main thing to remember.
Bright colors are essential in scene dressing too. Most clothes used come in striking shades such as red, fuchsia, purple, green, and orange. Proper color coordination therefore of the various clothing layers worn is important.
Use of scene accessories is also vital in dressing scene. Accessories with distinctive designs like colorful pendants, littering dangling earrings, brightly colored bangles, and artistically crafted bangles or headbands are very popular among scene kids.
For the boys:
Bright-colored slim jeans, checkered pants, bright-colored jackets or sweaters, slim-fit shirts in different shades and designs, a red bandana tucked on a back pocket of their jeans, eye-catching scene shoes, wristbands
For the girls:
Short and slim skirts which may be worn over tights or skinny jeans; tops which may include small shirts, sexy tubes, girly tunics, and cute boleros, attention-catching sweaters, slim jackets; striking stilettos and high wedge shoes, bright-colored flats, sandals, or slippers, fantastic boots; large pendants, silver jewelry, cute hair accessories, wristbands, headbands, and numerous bangles or bracelets.