Grunge drew inspiration from earlier styles, particularly from punk. This aesthetic is all about being yourself and not caring what others think. Adding a grimey and nihilist vibe to your look is also important. So it doesn't matter if your jeans are ripped, it's all part of the aesthetic value of grunge!
One key aspect of the style is its reliance on timeless items like flannel shirts and combat boots, which never go out of fashion. Another important element is comfort: oversized t-shirts like our tie-dye purple moon shirt and overall loose clothing are a must.
Earthy hues and clothes that de-emphasize the silhoutte are other staples of the grunge aesthetic. This iconic 90s style was purposely androgynous —a response to the flashy, high-femme mainstream fashion of the previous decade.
Regarding makeup and accessories, keep it simple: chokers, hoop earrings and dark-colored lipstick are perfect pieces to accompany your look. Hairstyles follow the same line, with messy hair being pretty common.
The grunge aesthetic is, in a way, anti-fashion. This means that it's important to look like you haven't tried too hard. So, don't take it too seriously and more importantly, have fun with it!