Boujee - Streetwear Culture Couture T-Shirt
Girl's Streetwear T-Shirt Boujee is inspired by a term used to describe someone as high-class.
What does Boujee mean?
It is hip-hop slang for something “luxurious in lifestyle yet humble in character. It stems from the French term bourgeoisie (literally, “the burghers”), the emerging merchant class whose new wealth conferred them social status and privilege. Over the centuries, bourgeoisie and its adjective, bourgeois, came to stand for “middle class.” By the late 18th century, the term was used to disparage someone as materialistic, conventional, and complacent.
In 2016, a hit hip-hop song by the trio Migos, “Bad and Boujee,” introduced a new take on, and spelling of, bougie: boujee. The song repeats the line “My bitch is bad and boujee,” suggesting the singer’s love interest (bitch) is materially successful (boujee) but still down to earth (bad), reflected in the music video where women enjoy luxury (wearing designer clothes) without airs (eating at their old neighborhood restaurant). The song spent eight weeks at the top of the Billboard chart and popularized boujee as a black/hip-hop slang term suggesting “self-made wealth that doesn’t mean forgeting one’s humbler roots.”
Preshrunk Jersey Knit Girl's Black T-Shirt - 100% Ringspun Cotton - 153 g/m²
Letting their imaginations run wild with the Culture Couture range of urban wear t-shirts for young girls to create that unapologetic look.
Streetwear by Culture Couture
Contemporary urban streetwear clothing symbolises your strengths and awareness of life, modern culture and history. The influences of Streetwear Culture are Hip Hop and Drill music.
To get the best out of your t-shirt, we recommend you follow the wash care instructions below:
- Washing: Wash inside out with cold water and with similar colours using a gentle cycle
- Ironing: If ironing is necessary, iron inside-out on the lowest setting
- Drying: Tumble dry on a low setting or hang-dry
- No-Nos: Avoid bleach and do not dry clean