It’s not surprising to see more famous faces riding around town on skateboards these days.
Even Blake Lively, Kate Middleton, and More Celebrities With Boards. Why not join them?
Skateboarding is more and more popular every day, but not everyone has the talent to shred the streets. If you’re like me, you can shred your style by wearing skate wear. Then take some cool pictures for social media and let people know that you share the skate love! Here’s how to do skater style like a model.
Welcome to the world of model skaters.
The key to nailing your OOTD? It’s all about mixing and matching skate classics with your everyday pieces.
Take the slip dress: You can easily add some shred to the slinky number with a THRASHER Spring 2018 hoodie/T-shirt and a pair of classic skate shoes.
A logo white T-shirt and a pair of classic checker-print Vans can all be worn with some wild-care flair thanks to a striped ribbed knit dress. Not a bad way to lend some edge to your ensemble—whether you accessorize with a skateboard or not. Actually paraphernalia from Thrasher magazine, the Tee has become a rising staple in the real model-off-duty wardrobe of any catwalker worthy of their Instagram following.
Which brings us back to the question: How has a T-shirt best known by rail-grinding skateboarders become a wardrobe staple for a set of cool-girl models and on point for cool guys, too? We have some theories:
The piece comes with a certain skater reputation that’s synonymous with a youthfully rebellious distaste for authority and a vintage appeal.
There’s a roughed-up appeal to the skater lifestyle that seems contrary to that of the model, whom, you’d imagine, would put preserving her limbs at a precedent but which is part and parcel of the appeal for self-professed “bad girls” like Walton and Boling, and makes for something that can instantly add a dose of hardness to any polished ensemble.
“I started wearing a Thrasher tee once I finally felt confident enough to take to the streets on a board. I think you need to earn a few bruises before you can officially start wearing one,” says Vogue.com Style Editor Barsamian.
Yes, it’s time for you to join the skateboarding topic and be a skatewear OOTD expert on social media!
So get your butt moving before and live the dream!
From us, to you … the Lula 101 Service, Styles & Smiles crew
Two Days, over 750 brands represented, with thousands attendees to witness the latest and trendiest Spring/Summer 2016 collection, AGENDA Show had over ruled Long Beach, California and it is the most diverse and creative lifestyle fashion trade show in the world!
The concept of AGENDA Show is to embrace each originality and lifestyle of the brand, with the emphasis on communicating the story and inspiration behind each product. It is “…where passion becomes profit and the business of creativity is conducted in a truly authentic environment…”
With much organic excitement waiting to be explored, LULA 101 and Regain International had been invited to experience this annual festivity and preview what is coming for lifestyle, streetwear, action sports, outdoor, footwear and various of other cool apparels.
Buckle down and take a deep breath, it is going to be a thrilling ride along with Team LULA!
Team LULA with the one and only Bobby Hundreds – founder of THE HUNDREDS.
Team LULA/Regain Taiwan posted with co-founders: Brian McDonell and Corey Roth, and the newest collection “Water-Melin” in the tank. Coming Soon in 2016
Team LULA/Regain Taiwan posted with Mr. Rastaclat: Daniel Kasidi
AGENDA Show is filled with creative vibe, awesome energy and fantastic collections for 2016! Along with our global partners and team of outstanding staff members, LULA101 will continue to deliver latest STYLE and quality SERVICE, with bright SMILES across Asia Pacific for you.
THRASHER Magazine‘s Spring 2015 collection presents the classic 1989 Jeff Klindt “Oh God! Why can’t my boyfriend skate?!” Thrasher artwork!
This 100% pre-shrunk cotton premium tee collection is a fan favorite, featuring witty and nutty vintage graphics! These tees are so out of the world, they will have you rolling on the floor laughing.
This THRASHER Magazine collection receive fantastic popularity from its fans, and you don’t want to be caught strolling on the board without wearing it!
This is our favorite tee from this collection thus far. We’re holding back tears from laughing so hard!
Never! Question a guy and his passion for skateboarding!
We enjoy the spin on the classic phrase, “Go hard or go home” by replacing it with demon; you rebels. Keep Strolling!
LULA is moving to a new warehouse, so we must empty our entire warehouse inventory of HUF, PUBLISH, MISHKA, THRASHER, DICKIES and many more top street wear, lifestyle and action sports brands at clearance prices.
This Saturday is your opportunity to get incredible deals on the brands you love at unheard of prices. Many items for sale will be at or below our costs!
Sales rules: THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 2nd – ONE DAY ONLY – 11 AM – 3 PM – CASH ONLY.
Get here early to get the best choices of styles, colors and sizes. Tell Your Friends and Family and Don’t Miss Out!
1515 W. Alton Ave., Santa Ana, CA 92704
(Warehouse Sale entrance is located on the back side of the building behind our office.)
THRASHER is one of the first major skateboarding magazines to shine a light on skateboarding since the early eighties. Their publications, enabled skateboarders to not only skate as a hobby, but also as a career. Since 1981, it is like the “Bible” for skaters who are absorbed in skateboarding by featuring skate related photography, videos, skater of the year, and even street fashion. Here are Lula Apparel’s top selections!— with Maximum Rad: The Iconic Covers of Thrasher Magazine, Flame Logo Hood, Thrasher X Dakine Atlas Backpack, Justin “Figgy” Figueroa Bobblehead, Usual Suspect Buttons (5 Pack), Skategoat Leather Wallet, Flame Web Belt, All Over 5 Panel (Red), Thrasher Sunglass (Blue), Skategoat Tee, and Logo Sticker (Blue). Coordinate yourself as a skater before you hit the road!!
Thrasher is a monthly skateboarding magazine founded in 1981 by Kevin Thatcher, Eric Swenson, and Fausto Vitello. It regularly publishes articles (not limited to the skateboarding subject), skateboard photography, interviews with professional skateboarders, interviews with and reviews of musical groups, skatepark reviews, and miscellaneous oddities.
Thrasher是Kevin Thatcher, Eric Swenson, and Fausto Vitello所創立，滑板雜誌帶出的品牌創立於1981年。定期出版滑板訊息專欄，滑板的經典照片，與專業滑板，樂團的面談。
Thrasher Spring Highlight
The latest Elm Company, based in LA, has linked up with Thrasher Magazine to produce two 5-panel caps which come in black and camo. There is a small logo on the front and an adjustable buckle strap on the back.
FLAME LOGO RAGLAN
The right sleeve length is Raglan all the way. This heavyweight, 100% pre-shrunk cotton raglan jersey features the classic. Features distressed screen printed team name and logo on chest
Neck Face takes you through the six steps necessary to achieve proper Beer Fix awesomeness. Heavy weight 100% pre-shrunk cotton t-shirt. It’s interesting, isn’t it?
To celebrate over 30 years of skateboarding history and pioneering, Thrasher magazine is putting out a book through Rizzoli that catalogs 30 years’ worth of Thrasher magazine covers with commentary on many of these images which had a profound influence on skaters all around the world.
Skater of the Year is an annual event given by Thrasher Magazine. The event started in 1990, and it has become one of the most respected awards in the skateboarding society. Unlike a competition with judges, Skate of the Year is chosen by votes of the Thrasher readers. This Year, the most vote goes to Grant Taylor.
Grant Taylor’s father Thomas was also a pro skater in the 80s. He started a skate shop in 90’s, where Grant was born and raised. Grew up in an environment with skateboards all around the wall, he was closely inspired and participated in the production industry along with his father.
Remy Stratton, a photographer and skateboarder affiliated with Volcom who has met Grant Taylor when he was a young as two years old, cannot help but be amazed. When Grand was six, he was already recognized as a talented skater who was well blending in to the surrounding adults despite his age. Ever since he was little he dares to shred anything that comes up to his path. He has devoted his life into skating, and we are proud to see him entitled the Thrasher Magazine’s Skater of the Year.
Also check this video of when Grant was small
Thrasher Skateboard Magazine continues to shred the streets with their extensive merchandise, most which are ready for at once delivery. New products are always being debuted every season. The brand literally has something for everyone including children and your frequent beer drinkers. This time around, six pack coolers, bottle openers, and logo hoodies seem to reign supreme within the line. For the full catalog and price list, please contact us.
Any true skateboarder is familiar with the words “skate and destroy.” If it didn’t ring a bell, its Thrasher who has put professional skateboarding on the map for nearly three decades. Just in time for you to shred, comes the 59FIFTY New Era cap featuring the Thrasher logo. The cap is embroidered in three traditional Thrasher colorways including white, purple, and gold all in a black base cap. Don’t forget to peep under the visor.