So, you’ve mastered the halfpipe. You’re slaying your kick-flips. Your tick-tack is mack. All this and you still haven’t figured out what to wear.
Being a skater girl is more than knowing how to skateboard. It’s a whole lifestyle and fashion statement.
Here we teach you how to master the skater girl aesthetic.
So listen up and drop in on our top five tips for perfecting skater girl fashion.
1. Obtain The T’s
Skater girls kick it in shirts that rep their favorite skater brands. Check out stores like Spitfire Wheels, Alien Workshop, and others for great branded gear.
Spitfire even has an entire line of girls t-shirts. So, you can still get that cute cut while repping your skate persona.
Graphic t’s are the best with bold logos and colors. At the end of the day, it’s up to you and what you like best.
2. You Need Some Sick Kicks
Male and female skateboarders alike depend on high-quality sneakers to get the grip they need on the board. But, they also need to look hot and stylish.
One of the best places we have found for awesome skateboarding sneakers is Sneakers Ninja. They offer old school Vans and new brands like Etnies.
Whatever you go for make sure they have rubber soles and extra heel cushioning to guard your feet during all those jumps and glides.
3. Master the Natural, I Care But Just a Bit Makeup Look
Your girl skater aesthetic wouldn’t be complete without an effortless makeup look.
Channel your inner Avril and stick to natural looks with a smoked out eye of black eyeliner. Pair those eyes with a neutral or pink lipgloss and you’re good to go.
You could try a bit of highlighter to bring the look into 2019.
4. Accessories Are Necessary for Skaters Too
Girls skater clothes wouldn’t be complete without the accessories to set off your look.
Make sure you’ve got your studded belt. Rock some cool and colorful socks. Top it all off with a sick beanie to keep your hair out of your face.
Instead of a handbag rock a vintage chain wallet. Just make sure it fits in your skinny jeans.
Check out some chunky chain link earrings to set it off.
5. Make Sure You’re Transitioning Your Style Slow
The skater girl aesthetic is awesome. But, changing your style overnight is never advisable.
Gather your pieces bit by bit. Start incorporating them over the course of a couple of months. Make the transition organic.
You don’t want to be on the skatepark in basketball shorts and a tank one day and show up the next decked out in sk8 regalia.
Then you’ll end up with the worst label of them all…Poser.
Rock That Skater Girl Style
We hope this guide on skater girl style helps you find your unique voice in the sk8 landscape.
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