Looking for swag outfits for teen girls ? Latest swag style and ideas how to dress up for a swag look ? Well your all questions will be answered in this post . We bring some cool ideas for you .
So what exactly is swag? Basically swag is all about the the clothes hanging loose or drooping for the boys and fitted casual style for the girls, it has no definition. It is a lifestyle, a way of life denoting attitude, confidence in representing yourself and can be whatever you want it to be.For the teenage girl who likes to live by casual wear and is inspired by the swag artists of this current era, swag style can play a huge part in her life. With bold colors, in your face prints and large and loud make up and accessories all the rage within the swag spectrum it does not take long to boost those popularity points. To achieve this where do we start? At the top of course, starting with make up to clothes and shoes. Have a look and be inspired.
How to do Make-Up for Swag Look
Makeup is any girls’ choice to either look pretty or define herself in some way or show adherence to a specific culture. A smokey effect is a must for any swag outfit. What color is you choose to wear is completely up to you. The face is the first thing people see so the bolder the color the better. Stand out and let your make-up show your confidence. Neon is a popular choice for both eyes and lips these days although it is a must that your make-up matches the color combination of your chosen outfit! Bright colors are best but the last thing you want is to venture out with that potential deadly puffin look, so make sure the colors you have chosen compliment your outfit. You can have this bold eye makeup done if your outfit is either white or an all black look. Don’t use neon shades with bright colored clothes.
Tops to Wear for Swag Style.
With such an array of style choices of tops which all fall under the category of swag it is not difficult to pull the swag look off easily. Having said that an outfit that looks like it fits together is always a good option. Think of it as a jigsaw with added attitude. If you feel like a boat neck cut, short flowing top why not match it to a pair of skinny denim jeans? Or if feeling brave enough to rock that band print crop top, why not complete your look with a distressed denim jacket and some plain, bright colored harem trousers? Remember, the rule of tops and bottoms is that opposites attract. Baggy and skin hugging go hand in hand especially in swag.
Bottoms for Swag Style.
Although skirts are still a winner for swag,all types included-mini skirts either skater or pleated, fitted minis, flared ones or the button front skirts are all good as long as they are not mismatched with a wrong bottom. It is more common to come across trousers or short shorts. The idea of steering away from skirts is that trousers and other bottoms add a sense of masculinity or power and every girl wants a sense of power! Short shorts are always in and colored denims are the fabric of choice and will compliment any top. Bold prints such as stripes, tartan and animal print are a must when it comes to bottoms.
What Accessories to Wear with Outfits ?
It is rare you will come across a swag get up without the addition of an overly large beanie or a boldly printed baseball cap. For the teenage girl these accessories are a simple touch. Or, why not complete your look with some larger than life sunglasses? A definite winning look this summer.
Remember the two rules of swag when pulling together your outfit, baggy and skinny fit goes hand in hand and the bigger and bolder the better!Bring out your inner swag this year and get those heads turning!
Lets see pictures of girls wearing Swag clothing. You can get lot of ideas from this collection . Choose the best look or mix and match for your self and rock. Have fun.
This is a perfect look to take inspiration from for the summer heat and use it to show patriotism. Halter neck star spangled top is paired beautifully with the frayed shorts. To show your inner style wear long maroon socks with camel colored boots. You can wear big silver hoops as earrings and a bold lip color.
These base ball caps are specifically for the swag culture and big sun glasses are the rage in the girls. Add some bling bling jewelry and you are head on a swag girl. Nail color in black or other bright shades also complete the look.
Swag outfits for School.
Swag outfits for College .
Outfit With Timberland. See ideas how to wear timberland with different outfits.
Look at the picture below and the styling idea represented in it. Its just so simple to be dressed up as a swag teenage. You need construction boots to show a little masculinity and power and add a graphic black t-shirt with a baseball cap and a gold chunky chain. Put on black shorts and round sun glasses. A wrist watch can add the last touch to complete the whole look.
Swag Street style outfit combination.
Black Girls Swag.
Show your attitude and boldness by wearing a bold print black t with white loose pants and and chunky gold jewelry. Bald from one side and long hair on the other is a style for only those who are the risk takers even in the swag culture. A little kohl and a nude lip shade will be enough as other colors will compromise the look.
Celebrities Swag Style.
Miley Cyrus is one celebrity who follows swag to the core and does it with absolute confidence. She is wearing a simple white tank top which can be matched with white denim and red heels. In makeup as the outfit is simple you can opt for a red lip color and same nail paint and a little liner.
Black and white stripped fitted pants are absolutely gorgeous when matched with a plain black shirt and platform strappy heels and a derby hat. If not keen on wearing a hat you can tie a high pony tail with a cat eye liner and hoops in ears.
As we said tartan is also good for using in sawg outfits and the bright yellow and blue pattern is very cool but should be worn with an all black outfit. Top can be either plain or printed with graphics as shown with a baseball cap, some kohl and heeled sneakers.
R.H. Elias is a freelance writer, aspiring author, and freelance transcriptionist. She is a homebody all the way and loves curling up on a cold, rainy day with a good book and a warm cup of tea. Her favourite pastimes include reading, writing, and watching period films. She currently lives in Puerto Rico.