Does anyone miss the "hipster look" from the past decade too? (2010ish-2020)

So I was looking at my old pics from Facebook from around 2009 to present and daaaaaaamn, I started to have a lot of flashbacks from my "golden years" and (at least on my social circle) the hipster style was the bomb, was one of the most stylish looks for men and women. It was really attractive to see girls with skirts, glasses, hats and a stylish shirt.

I was talking to a friend the other day about our "golden years" (I’m 33) and we came to the conclusion that our hipster style really helped to get involve socially and I noticed that some girls really liked our style.

Oh man, those nice years have gone…

47 thoughts on “Does anyone miss the "hipster look" from the past decade too? (2010ish-2020)

    • Anonymous says:

      i do

      okay but i miss it and i think it looks cool and my opinion is better

      Nope

      okay but i miss it and i think it looks cool and my opinion is better

      cringe, we hated you then and we hate you now. im two years older than you and just wore normal pants and normal t shirts not a hecking "celebrity slouchy beanie" propped on the back of my head like some poor mans justin bieber wannabe

      okay but i miss it and i think it looks cool and my opinion is better

      >Does anyone miss the "hipster look" from the past decade too? (2010ish-2020)
      God no.
      At the time, most people probably didn’t realize how gaygy it looked. I know many people who dressed it then and only look back in retrospect w/total cringe.
      tumblr/sexy lumberjack PNW americana bullshit that was adjacent to it was passable, but still feels dated.
      Nowadays those types evolved to complete workwear larp (decked in full carhartt or wrangler) instead.

      okay but i miss it and i think it looks cool and my opinion is better

      No, I hated back then and I’m glad it’s mostly dead.

      okay but i miss it and i think it looks cool and my opinion is better

  1. Anonymous says:

    cringe, we hated you then and we hate you now. im two years older than you and just wore normal pants and normal t shirts not a hecking "celebrity slouchy beanie" propped on the back of my head like some poor mans justin bieber wannabe

  2. Anonymous says:

    I still wear my Americana heritage workwear that I bought since the early and middle 2010s. Back then, I just saw it as a style that harkened back to older times, but given a fresh look.

  3. Anonymous says:

    >Does anyone miss the "hipster look" from the past decade too? (2010ish-2020)
    God no.
    At the time, most people probably didn’t realize how gaygy it looked. I know many people who dressed it then and only look back in retrospect w/total cringe.
    tumblr/sexy lumberjack PNW americana bullshit that was adjacent to it was passable, but still feels dated.
    Nowadays those types evolved to complete workwear larp (decked in full carhartt or wrangler) instead.

    • Anonymous says:

      >At the time, most people probably didn’t realize how gaygy it looked.
      nah the gaygyness was deliberate.
      looking a little bi-curious was a turn on for hipster and scene chicks. it’s not like the term "metrosexual" popped up out of nowhere.

    • Anonymous says:

      >faggy

      That’s bullshit. There is a big difference between stylish and gaygy. Compare how "liberal" people was from 2009-2015 and how it is from 2016 to present and tell me how is your cringe level right now regarding gay shit.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Yeah, it was a fun style.

    But to be honest I think the nostalgia also comes from the fact that life wasn’t as psychotic as it is these days.

    • Anonymous says:

      Not really miss it because I still dress sort of that way. Except I never was into skinny jeans and wear mostly straight cuts or slim but not skintight. I don’t see a reason to change styles, now well into my 40’s.

      >life wasn’t as psychotic as it is these days.
      We were also younger, it’s the dread that comes in in the 30’s, been there, done that. But yeah, socoety as a whole is losing its marbles.

      This is such a zoomer ACTUALLY… post. No doubt looked up the roots of social media, and trying to flex online.

      That was barely out of web 1.0 and the social media of yesterday, was totally different, from the small amount of users, to the few and grainy photos, to even what was acceptable posting. In your underwear wasn’t Nor was mass filters a thing.

      2010 or so was when mass social media was occurring, personal websites declining. Then the introduction of dating apps and smart phones, the iphone in mass production. Now things rapidly changed, and declined.

      We who were there in the early days remember getting a good hit rate on sites such as plenty of fish, now dating sites are done for, entitled filter filled creatures and mass simping. The mass simps came along when zoomers came of age and started to go online. Then thick tok finished it off.

      I have been online since 1994. I moderated numerous famous band websites and their chats, again, when chat rooms were a thing.

      I’ve been on LULZ for almost 18 years. The fact that you don’t even know who I am, and I am a big deal, shows you’re a newgay zoomer or reddit refugee.

      The internet has become nothing more than a monopoly of social media sites that are fuelled by women wanting attention and simps giving them it. It has totally destroyed dating, and has made all women think they are a Goddess. PC monitors grew larger and larger, and that was progress, now nobody wants a PC, not even a laptop. They are content with a small screen, because all they want is social media, posting photos and getting dopamine hits. Women, simps, and smartphones killed the internet. SIMPLE AS.

      >How old are you?

      Almost 50.

      100% agreed, zoomers can’t comprehend how different things were before. They also ate unwilling to listen.

      https://i.imgur.com/Tc9t5dj.png

      E-bros will our style be just as cringeinducing in 10 more years?

      It will. Also you won’t be young and fresh forever.

      Yeah, this.
      Even in 2010, social media was not yet what it is today. Being an "attention seeker" meant writing a vague Facebook status for your friends to decipher.

      We were already terminally online, but social media is not just about being glued to a screen. It’s about personal branding, and everyone thinking they’re special/deserving of a "following". That wasn’t really the vibe in the chillwave American Apparel era.

      Social media nowadays has definetely changed the game regarding fashion, social, friendship and feelings. That’s a "tech issue."

      Even the fresh air back around 2009-2010 was different, and social media was only a medium to make plans, hang out and talk about how Steve took a tranny to his house last night.

      But even the impact social media has nowadays, it should not influence on what people wear, dress or even drive. I hate social apps sometimes.kxdws

      100% this

      Blah blah blah, I walked Bob dylan up on stage

      That will be you in 10 years

  5. Cecelia Drakensang In Seattle says:

    >from around 2009
    >and I noticed that some girls really liked our style

    It’s called the time before social media, tinder etc. and extreme thottery of thick tok.

    • Anonymous says:

      How old are you?

      Social media has been around since 2004, it has nothing to do with it.

      Or you only date fake girls with tons of filters from social media?

      • Anonymous says:

        This is such a zoomer ACTUALLY… post. No doubt looked up the roots of social media, and trying to flex online.

        That was barely out of web 1.0 and the social media of yesterday, was totally different, from the small amount of users, to the few and grainy photos, to even what was acceptable posting. In your underwear wasn’t Nor was mass filters a thing.

        2010 or so was when mass social media was occurring, personal websites declining. Then the introduction of dating apps and smart phones, the iphone in mass production. Now things rapidly changed, and declined.

        We who were there in the early days remember getting a good hit rate on sites such as plenty of fish, now dating sites are done for, entitled filter filled creatures and mass simping. The mass simps came along when zoomers came of age and started to go online. Then thick tok finished it off.

        I have been online since 1994. I moderated numerous famous band websites and their chats, again, when chat rooms were a thing.

        I’ve been on LULZ for almost 18 years. The fact that you don’t even know who I am, and I am a big deal, shows you’re a newgay zoomer or reddit refugee.

        The internet has become nothing more than a monopoly of social media sites that are fuelled by women wanting attention and simps giving them it. It has totally destroyed dating, and has made all women think they are a Goddess. PC monitors grew larger and larger, and that was progress, now nobody wants a PC, not even a laptop. They are content with a small screen, because all they want is social media, posting photos and getting dopamine hits. Women, simps, and smartphones killed the internet. SIMPLE AS.

        >How old are you?

        Almost 50.

          • Anonymous says:

            cecelia, why dont you create a hecking twitter, the solely reason I come here is for the nostalgia and your posts

        • Anonymous says:

          Yeah, this.
          Even in 2010, social media was not yet what it is today. Being an "attention seeker" meant writing a vague Facebook status for your friends to decipher.

          We were already terminally online, but social media is not just about being glued to a screen. It’s about personal branding, and everyone thinking they’re special/deserving of a "following". That wasn’t really the vibe in the chillwave American Apparel era.

          • Anonymous says:

            Social media nowadays has definetely changed the game regarding fashion, social, friendship and feelings. That’s a "tech issue."

            Even the fresh air back around 2009-2010 was different, and social media was only a medium to make plans, hang out and talk about how Steve took a tranny to his house last night.

            But even the impact social media has nowadays, it should not influence on what people wear, dress or even drive. I hate social apps sometimes.kxdws

          • Anonymous says:

            >It’s about personal branding, and everyone thinking they’re special/deserving of a "following"
            i redownloaded instagram recently, having not used it since 2017, i thought it was bad then but what the heck
            sure, i dont follow anybody i used to because i lost them all so my algorithm might be hecked (an issue in itself), but literally every single account i come across is either a meme / screenshot account or ‘influencers’ with anywhere between 500 – 500,000 followers taking almost identical pictures. I swear if i see one more woman in a moto jacket posing in front of a vending machine ill have a breakdown

          • Anonymous says:

            The algorithm breeds homogeneization. That’s why culture in general is stagnating and public discourse is so vapid.

          • Anonymous says:

            i got called a stupid by someone on here for saying that mainstream fashion really hasn’t changed much since 2016 but i still dont think it has
            the average persons jeans became baggier but plenty of people were wearing wide jeans even then so it hardly counts. one of the aforementioned meme pages said something along the lines of ‘in 2016 it was long hoodies, the skinniest pants you can find and the trendiest Adidas sneaker, now it’s a short hoodie, the baggiest pants you can find and the trendiest Adidas sneaker’
            when people are asking $3000 for 20 year old Raf Simons hoodies and Demna era Vetements has skyrocketed in price again after a very, very brief period of being undesirable I really cant see fashion being much different in 2030, aside from maybe these microcore things which never really take off, like all the ig girls currently dressing like sluttier versions of Carolyn Bessette

      • Anonymous says:

        tinder and dating apps were completely different before they introduced paid features and shut down all their competition like craigslist’s personals.
        before tinder ‘premium’ i could reliably spend 10-30 minutes on it and find a local college girl to heck without a date every night as an unemployed moderately good looking manlet.
        now its pointless to even use it and i meet everyone through mutual friends the old fashioned way.
        also myspace era social media wasn’t algorithm driven the way it is today.

          • Anonymous says:

            they worked completely differently having you fill out giant surveys and actually pairing you with people based on them, not swipe left swipe right game that match group turned every dating website into.
            >Tinder, Hinge, OkCupid, The League. If you’ve ever wondered why using these different dating apps feels similar, it may be because they’re all owned by Match Group, the company that helped start online dating in the 90s, and now owns two-thirds of the dating app market.
            top shareholders in match group are vanguard and blackrock
            >https://money.cnn.com/quote/shareholders/shareholders.html?symb=MTCH&subView=institutional

    • Anonymous says:

      Hipsters have gone thrpugh diffetent incarnations and there has always been a ton of overlap between them and the indie/alt scene.

    • Anonymous says:

      OP here.

      I’m actually looking forward for this look also, my beard is growing up and it’s getting notice right now and I have to work on the hairstyle.

  6. Anonymous says:

    i think dressing like this today is how one can be ahead of the curve. i wouldnt be surprised if zoomers start wearing 2010s core in a few years

  7. Anonymous says:

    I’m doing something a bit similar unintentionally. I have began wearing fair isle knits, and more knitwear in general, but with more formal trousers and military style boots; sometimes with a blazer. A bit like an edgier semiformal Dark Academia.

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