How to Dress Hip-Hop Style
Dress in hip-hop style clothes by finding fun accessories, wearing baggy pants, finding hip-hop brand sneakers and wearing lots of bling jewelry. Add a hip-hop hat and glasses to complete a hip-hop style with advice from a costumer, designer and cosmetologist in this free video on hip-hop clothes.
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How to dress hip hop. Well you're just going to want to go and get some inspiration from your favorite hip hop artist whatever that person may be. Find some pictures and look that up and you're going to want to start looking at some of the easy stuff that you can do out of that because really does not have to be difficult. Most of all, it's just about fun accessories for a real good hip hop look. Here we've just gone into Kelly's closet, we found some saggy kind of pants, very hip hop-esque, you can do that in different kinds of sweatpants or baggy like pants, you can also do a very fitted look. We went for a Queen Latifa-esque look here so with something fun that she is typically being seen in. We did give her a cute little boot, you can do some sneakers like David Diaz or some other kind of very hip hop brand. I'm sure your hip hop artist that you are mimicking will have their own special taste that you can follow as well. They are very particular about their footwear there so you're going to want to pay attention to all those details. We found just a cute little top here to extenuate most of all the hip hop jewelry. We found some good bling for the wrists, for the neck area. Definitely want to bring in some fun earrings. You've got to have that bling, that's definitely part of the whole hip hop movement. You'll also want to bring in some fun glasses and give yourself some fun head accessories if you don't have a great hip hop hairstyle. That's really a great way to cover it all up. There's some great hip hop hats out here for you to pick, this was an easy one found that really went well for a hip hop look. And this is really just an easy hip hop look that you can do out of your own closet or just simply borrowing a few accessory pieces and to really pull together a great hip hop look.