How To Recognize Hipsters From Around The World

Don't be caught off guard when you travel.
How To Recognize Hipsters From Around The World

Let's be honest hipsters are all around us and all around the world.

MoveHub intelligently created a useful infographic to help you recognize and identify different nationalities of hipsters.

The piece is called "Hipsters: The World Tour" and it charts out the most apparent stereotypes of different kinds of hipsters from cities around the globe.

Without further a do take a look below and get learned.

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