Hypebeast and Hipster
I think most people should know why one or the other person loathes a hipster, so I’d rather give a few examples of a hypebeast:
First of all: I really don’t care if someone throws their money out the window.
Likewise, I don’t care if someone who can’t afford to wear such clothes. If someone likes a certain piece of clothing, they should wear it.
But what struck me is that people who wear such clothes are 80% considered to be something better.Even as you pass, you can see the view in your eyes. I like to give them the shoulder as a welcome when passing by 🙂
I also have something against the clothes themselves whereby, as mentioned above, everyone should be left to what they wear.I don’t see it to spend 100€[1) on a tshirt which did not cost €1 in the production.
I mean, like a lot of brain cells, you have to be on it to buy something like that as a normal earner.
And even as richer, one has to wonder whether it is proportionate to spend so much money.
I wouldn’t just turn around in the grave if my inheritance bought something like that from my money, I would rotate in the grave…
“aBeR dIeSe ScHuHe SiNd EiNe LiMiTirte aUfLaGe”
I understand it when you spend €3,000 on a watch that has been made in the most meticulous handicraft and you know for sure that you can pass it on to your children.
I also understand it when you spend several hundred euros (perhaps even 4 digits) on leather shoes when I know that these shoes are made of a very good leather, that the money benefits the shoemaker and that they may even have been made by custom made.
I think proportionately
Of course, I don’t buy such items if I can’t afford them, but you understand my point.
Here are some final hypebeast styles: