From shaggy hairstyle to low-slung pants: Check out Justin Bieber’s style evolution over the years
As Justin Beiber’s does his first-ever gig in India tomorrow, we take a look at how his style has changed over the years.fashion and trends Updated: May 09, 2017 19:19 IST
Justin Bieber has always been a fashion inspiration for many young people. Though he may not be the most edgy among celebs, he has surely given us a lesson or two in fashion with his quirky and stylish appearances. As Canadian singer Justin Bieber’s does his first-ever gig at DY Patil stadium in Mumbai today, we take a look at his style evolution over the years.
The teen sensation’s shaggy hair became a style statement in the year 2010, after his single Baby got an overwhelming response. His high ankle sneakers became a wardrobe staple for every Bieber fan.
He mastered the game of layering game and making the best of monotones. Bieber ditched his shaggy hair and went for side flicks.
This was the year when Bieber decided to break monotony. He started pairing his regular monochrome shirts and skinny pants with bright, funky jackets.
Bieber rocked quiffs like Elvis Presley. His hairstyle transformation made his fans copy his look as soon as they saw it. He also developed one of his signature looks —long tank tops with skinny pants and blazer.
His appearance at amfAR gala was talked about as Bieber graduated into his 20s. As dapper as he could look, he made his fan believe that he can look equally handsome in a suit.
While skinny pants and long T-shirts were his favourites, a new addition to his look was the souvenir jackets. Also, his hairstyle changed to undercut this year.
By the end of the year, Bieber went for a buzz cut. His remained fascinated with long tees and skinny pants. While he was mostly seen holidaying flaunting his chiseled physique, his tattoos also got a thumbs up from his fans.
Justin dyed his hair platinum blonde recently. While his style hasn’t much changed from last year, but he is making sure that he’s showing off his collection of tattoos by taking off his shirt during on stage performances.