We take a look at five DJ stereotypes and the outfits they typically wear up in the club. You might even find a new black shirt!
If you are wondering what to wear to that next DJ booking then look no further. Whether you play music in the club, on the air or in your bedroom, these are the five stereotypical types of DJ and their favorite outfits. It’s likely you are some combination of all five.
- Black joggers to “run the track.”
- Thick nerdy glasses that make them look cooler.
- Long black t-shirt with jagged edges because they heard future bass one time.
- Standard pair of Beats by Dre in black of course.
- All black Nikes complete the look.
- Thick golden chain matches impressive diamond piece.
- Diamond encrusted Jesus pendant in flagrant disregard of His teachings.
- Shiny, gold watch that costs more than a new sedan.
- Leather jacket inspired by their heroes the Ramones.
- Designer t-shirt they got for free even though they can finally afford it.
- Mirrored shades to help avoid eye contact with groupies.
- Latest smartphone, which they are on 90% of the time.
- Supple leather boots make it obvious they get paid.
- A pair of G-Star Denim jeans.
- Nondescript jeans that suit a casual work environment.
- Standard plaid flannel shirt for when the studio gets chilly.
- Rock tee from a band that peaked over 20 years ago.
- Same kind of shoes they wore in high school.
- T-shirt expresses love of scratching records.
- Optional hat that points out the superiority of vinyl.
- Latest trendy sneakers from massive shoe collection.
- Portable turntable for scratch routines on the go.
- Hooded sweatshirt displays a secondary love of skateboarding.
- Has to wear jeans from Kohl’s because they don’t make money at gigs.
- Matching suit that doesn’t outshine the groom’s.
- Button up, collared shirt to wear under the blazer.
- Skinny tie with a hip pattern that implies uniqueness.
- Patent leather dress shoes really tie the outfit together.
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