Nu Metal Festival Fashion
Utility, military and band t-shirts
They say nu-metal died like 15 years ago, and whether you love or hate the ‘Marmite’ genre, there’s no denying that some of its influence on fashion lives on, now reincarnated as that goth rap/hip-hop hybrid aesthetic you see everywhere today. Think Marilyn Manson joining Eminem and D12 onstage at Reading 2001. No one expects you to cut about in a full-blown Slipknot mask or spend hours elevating your hair to Wayne Static levels, but rocking a boiler suit, cargo pants and maybe some chains on your jeans is still totally acceptable in or out of the moshpit. For the ladies, why not customise and sex up an old band t-shirt and team it with ripped denim shorts or baggy sweatpants when it’s cold.