Hippie Hipster

If I had just two words to define myself, it would be hippie hipster. These two terms seem worlds apart in some ways but I assure you they’re not that different. And I think they both sum up my life pretty well!


Maxi skirts and fringed crop tops are pretty damn hippie.

Maxi skirts and fringed crop tops are pretty damn hippie.

Vegan // likes natural products (like cleaning solutions, toiletries, etc.) // loves being outside in nature // liberal-minded // prefer wearing my hair wavy (naturally) and long // can totally picture myself living in San Francisco 

I live for being outside in the summer.

I live for being outside in the summer.


Can't live without my Starbucks.

Can’t live without my Starbucks.

Starbucks junkie // alt rock music is my favorite // loves giant glasses // liberal-minded (kinda fits with both) // skinny jeans are my jam // also could picture myself living in Seattle or Portland

Rockin' the (fake) hipster glasses.

Rockin’ the (fake) hipster glasses.

How would you define yourself? 


10 thoughts on “Hippie Hipster

  1. P says:

    In a way, I guess a hipster is like a modern-day hippie, so it makes sense you define yourself as both 🙂

  2. I’ve never really attempted to define myself, I just go based off of what other people “call me.” I am apparently a crunchy granola tree lover, oh and a crazy cat lady.

    • Being a crunchy granola tree lover is never a bad thing! And I believe I could one day become a cat lady — I really want to be one of those people who treats their pets like children.

  3. Aja says:

    I’ve actually been thinking about this a lot lately and might write a post on it, soon. Your hair is naturally wavy? I’ve never heard of anyone else who’s hair is just wavy and not straight or super curly. I kinda like it.

    • Yes, it’s so weird! My hair was pretty straight until I was 12 or 13 and now it’s completely wavy. It will dry exactly like my profile picture on the side of my blog when I let it air dry. But I’m totally embracing it now.

  4. I often read you blog, comment less. But reading you is fun. This was a fun question, too. I’m an urban chic girl – mini skirts and skin tight is my game. I love parks and city skylines.

  5. I think that’s kind of like Boho Chic, no?
    Hippie Hipster?
    You work it, and I can see it!

    Define myself? NEVER. But girl? I have been through so many different phases, at this age I am a conglomerate of them all.

    • It is like boho chic! That’s one way I’ve described my fashion sense, though I think I can really be a mix of a lot of things when it comes to clothes.

      I think it’s a good thing to go through all those phases. I’ve always been someone who thought I knew what I was doing and where I was going in life, but when it turned out I didn’t? I just embraced the fact that I’m going to change and that’s okay.

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