Today, when I’ve dressed, many memories have come to my mind. In the 90s there was a radical change in the style of music that influenced fashion and society. The frivolization of the glam metal groups was left behind bands with a furious sound. The lyrics sought a social reaction as protest and the looks of the groups stopped being so glamorous. The glitter, the make-up and the hairspray faded away. From that moment, Grunge was taking shape. Checked shirts, worn jeans, boots, military jackets and a disheveled style that marked a subversive attitude.
All this was originated in Seattle, and the groups were Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice In Chains, etc. Although you already know that I am an unconditional fan of the 80’s Hard Rock scene, I was also quite aware of all this change. It’s true that I opted for the Thrash Metal that emerged in the mid-80s and in the 90s I took it more strongly. Today, we can still continue enjoying the “BIG FOUR OF THRASH METAL”: Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax and Slayer … But I will always remember those years of high school where I spent hours and hours watching videos on MTV and we all were amazed with Kurt and Chris, to whom fate did not bring them a happy ending. That’s why today my post wants to make a small tribute in the form of a playlist to Grunge and I would like you to be part of it.
You can already access the playlist directly by clicking HERE.
Jacket: PEACE AND CHAOS @peaceandchaosclothing
Plaid shirt and baseball shirt: ZOE KARSSEN @zoekarssen
Leggings: PEACE AND CHAOS @peaceandchaosclothin
Boots: ALMA EN PENA @almaenpenashoes