If you embrace vintage vogue, thrift store chic and a mode of dress that says more about your attitude than it does your bank balance, you may be ready to leave the suburbs behind and adopt a few urban-dweller, hipster-inspired accents of your very own. Mainstream fashion designers are taking hipster style more seriously these days, too. That isn't necessarily a contradiction in terms, either. Hipster style isn't a blanket rejection of all trending fashion influences, but it does reflect an unmistakable disregard for the gratuitous and a distain for the superficial -- usually.
Let's explore five ways to be hip in the 'burbs. This is a fun look that's surprisingly liberating.