A 2009 Time magazine article described hipsters thus: "take your grandmother's sweater and Bob Dylan's Wayfarers, add jean shorts, Converse All-Stars and a can of Pabst and bam—hipster." Slate writer Brandon Stosuy noted that "Heavy metal has recently conquered a new frontier, making an unexpected crossover into the realm of hipsterdom".
Will hipster glasses suit you? If you’re new to these types of glasses, you’re probably wondering if hipster glasses will suit you and look good with your personal style. Here are a couple of simple steps on how to choose the best pair for your face shape. (Most of the basic principles for choosing normal glasses apply.
2. A hipster is someone who classifies himself as a hipster. If this is the case, we can only answer "yes" to the question if growing-a-mustache would, in all or most cases, make a non-hipster think of himself as a hipster. I've grown mustaches before, but I didn't wind up thinking of myself as a hipster, so that's one counter-example.
Hipsters are known for many things: ironic fashion statements, pretentious attitudes and a carefully curated social media presence. They possess a constantly updated library of obscure bands to love when their current favorite gets too popular to be cool anymore.
America's hipster beer of choice has benefited from the coolness of autonomy in two ways: First, beer drinkers felt they were were choosing PBR without the pressure of a major marketing campaign. Second, PBR actively promoted itself via decidedly anti-mainstream marketing tactics.
Nowadays a color can be called a neutral based on how effectively it can blend in with other colors. Basically, they match with all colors and color combinations - and don't create much of an emotion. Examples are: Navy (where would we be without our blue denim jeans?), cream, camel, olive, silver and gold.