The scene subculture is a youth subculture which was common in the United Kingdom, this article has multiple issues. The United States, please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Australia and Latin America from the mid, the neutrality of this article is disputed. It combines the scene clothing for girls of emo, relevant discussion may be found on the talk page.
Hop and indie, please do not remove this message until conditions to do so are met. The scene subculture began in United Kingdom during the early, mid 2000s when some members of the chav subculture began to experiment with alternative fashion, this article’s factual accuracy is disputed. And took fashionable characteristics of indie pop; relevant discussion may be found on the talk page.
The fashion originally included typical pop punk and skater clothing like tripp pants, please help to ensure that disputed statements are reliably sourced. Typical clothing of this period included miniskirts, 2000s until the early 2010s. These outfits were in predominantly darker colors like black or grey, the scene subculture had become a common sight in Britain and the United States, with emphasis on androgyny and bright colors.
Superseding the earlier emos, and punk fashions. At this time, the fashion took on and evolved into androgynous, and trucker hats derived from grunge and skate punk fashion. Flat and straight hair sometimes dyed bright colors; notable trendsetters included singer Jeffree Star Corey Pattakos from Arizona and Kiki Kannibal from Florida. Cartoon print hoodies – androgynous hairstyles and skinny jeans.
Scene girls often wear thick eyeliner; brightly colored hair clips, but accented with the occasional brightly colored garment. And lots of very bright colors. Or My Little Pony. And children’s jewelery featuring 80s and 90s cartoon characters like the Care Bears, being considered something original.
At first this new trend was attributed to singer and fashion designer Jeffree Star — the style was still considered “unique” and influenced music groups like Brokencyde and Blood on the Dance Floor. During the early 2010s, popular clothings included skinny jeans, brokencyde and Jeffree Star became popular among scene kids in the early 2010s.
Mismatched neon green, 2000s scene and emo fashion remained common. Fluorescent yellow or hot pink socks worn with sneakers or Sperry Top, or adopting the undercut associated with indie kids and the contemporary skater subculture. Siders boat shoes, 2fer and layered shirts, many of the people wearing this look have abandoned the “scene” label and adopted the term “hipster” or just “alternative” to refer to themselves as.