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Easy ways to make your wardrobe instantly edgy

 
A mix of glamour and rebellion, punk style is dominating fashion right now and is super easy to rock. Although it was born in 1970s England, punk’s been re-vamped and modernized to fit the 21st century. You don’t have to give yourself a mohawk to follow the trend, though. Try these 4 totally punkin’ looks and you’ll be a showstopper at school this year.
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    The preppy punk

    Love dresses, but also wanna look a li’l hardcore? A preppy punk accessorizes an everyday dress with biker boots and spiked jewelry to for a casual/dramatic combo.

    Black Bardot Detail Dress, $28, dorothyperkins.com 

    Black Double Buckle Strap Zip up Boots, $45, newlook.com 

    Braid Chain Necklace, $32, needsupply.com

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    The punk rocker

    If you love music as much as you love clothes, try this rocker look. The fishnet tights and black shorts will look super edgy with a graphic red T-shirt. This outfit’s concert-ready.

    Zara Basic Shorts, $36, zara.com 

    Black Seam Fishnet Tights, $8, newlook.com 

    Daytrip Burnout T-shit, $30, buckle.com

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    The fearless punk

    Fearless fashionistas embrace every trend. You’ll look totally punked out if you chalk your hair with pink and pair ripped studded jeans with a black safety pin T-shirt. Use an old black T-shirt and apply safety pins in a cool design to create a fierce look.

    Blank NYC Jean Destructed Skinny in Minor Threat, $98, karmaloop.com

    MANGO V-neckline Cotton T-shirt, $20, mango.com

    Hair Color Chalk Profess Xtra L Chalk Pack, Hot Pink, $16, beauty.com

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    The trendy punk

    If you’re the school trendsetter, try this look that combines a bold black blazer, red shorts and a studded plaid tank. Pair it with dark purple lipstick if you’re daring.

    Miss Selfridge Black Stud Blazer, $80, missselfridge.com 

    Zara Ripped Shorts With 5 Pockets, $36, zara.com 

    Rock and Rags by Firetrap Plaid Shirt, $42, firetrap.com

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by Lindy Wittenberg | 2/1/2016
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