Contemporary pop punk, or "scene fashion", sometimes overlaps with
skater punk fashion .
Originally this consisted of black or tartan baggy pants (sometimes fitted
with studs and eyelets), band hoodies, wristbands, patrol caps, pyramid
stud belts, dress shirts with thin ties or scarves, blazers and spiky hair
In the mid-2000s (decade), pop punk fashion, influenced by indie rock, hip
hop and emo fashions, evolved to include cartoon print hoodies, Converse
shoes, keffiyehs and skinny jeans. Spiky hair was gradually replaced by
skater styles with long fringes or bangs.
In the 2010s, pop punk fans took
on a more hardcore look, with shorter hair (including Liberty spikes and
a wide Mohawk combined with a fringe), plain hoodies and straight-leg jeans.
Learn more about various punk fashion
styles from the main page of this section.