In the day, Pete Wentz could easily have been the poster boy for emo hairstyles.
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At that time we noticed a popular trend of smudgy eyed boys and girls with skin-tight jeans, spiky dyed black hair, and hoodie sweatshirts galore.
While a bit akin to the goth look of yesteryear, the emo or “emotional” look was carving out it’s own little spot in the history of subcultural fashion.
And at the top of that scene, Pete Wentz had become one of the hottest rockstar heartthrobs, with a unique style that may inspire you to find your own inner emo kid.
Wentz was the bassist, backup vocalist, and main lyricist for frontrunners in the emo scene, Fall Out Boy. He parlayed his musical ability into his own record label, and had additionally began writing books.
And being linked with celeb hotties like Ashlee Simpson certainly did not hurt his appeal much either – with boys and girls alike!
Ok, we all grow older and change our look and style, Pete Wentz included.
His trademark Emo hair may be shorter and neater, but he keeps his huge wordrobe of hats, caps, and toques and that warm easy smile and friendly nature remain the same.
Los Angeles Premiere 10/29/2012
A Very Short Fringe
MTV Europe Music Awards 2009
A Soft Fohawk
2011 MTV Video Music Awards
Shorter And Neater
New York Premiere