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Psychobilly Clothing

Psychobilly is a combination of Rockabilly and punk, and never only encompasses Psychobilly fashion and clothing but music and other items linked to the alternative culture. Psychobilly style is actually an updated version of Rockabilly clothing with elements of punk combined. The edgy style was popularised in the UK in the 1970s by combining the teddy boy looks of the 50s with the emerging punk culture and fashion. It became popular in the united states within the 1990s although the music itself experienced a different flavour into it.

Punk Styling

In terms of Psychobilly clothing, the mixture leans more towards punk than it does the clean cut picture of teddy boy fashion. Suits and clean footwear is out while shredded and stained denim, Doc Martens, brothel creepers, and drain pipe jeans are very much in. As well as the Psychobilly fashion that incorporates band names and logos, patches are added to virtually all clothing to give it a raw feeling.

Design Styles

Psychobilly fashion is extremely much comic or old fashioned horror movie inspired. It's bright and garish and routinely features pictures ofzombies and skulls, and post-apocalyptic imagery. The politics free emblems tend to be related to new bands along with the old classics such as the Meteors and King Kurt. The fashion is a lot more a throw back to the initial days of rockabilly rather than the cleaner cut style that followed.

Clothing And Trends

Hair, tattoos, and make-up are also essential in the Psychobilly fashion world. The quiffs defygravity and logic, and most people's concept of hair colour with bright greens and reds as popular as every other colour. Tattoos also tend to be loud, such as the music, and in keeping with the post-nuclear-holocaust and low budget horror movie genres. If you're intoloud and obvious, and fun fashion then Psychobilly clothes is the right choice for you.

Rockabilly Style

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