A sub-category of the popular culture term "scene." A studded belt girl is not necessarily a girl; males may be considered studded belt girls (ie. Princes of the Studded Belt Girls). Studded Belt girls wear studded belts (obviously), bows, head bands, tight zip-up hoodies with patterns (usually colorful in appearance), skinny boot cut jeans, slip on flats (shoes), long beaded necklaces/bangles, and often sport bags displaying bands. (Common SBG bands include: Bayside, Thursday, Atreyu, Taking Back Sunday, Cute Is What We Aim For, Hellogoodbye, Boys Like Girls, Deathcab for Cutie). Much like scene kids, they often go to local shows and festivals. Many consider themselves to be "firsts." (First implies that they believe they are the first person ever to "discover" a band). They are mostly high school freshmen.
There is, however, a distinct difference between "scene kids" and studded belt girls. Scene kids often express their angst towards society, whereas SBGs try to be cute and accepting of life as it comes. ((Don't act like you don't know what I'm talking about.)) Another difference between "scene kids" and SBGs is the fact that "scene kids" sometimes tend to cut themselves, whereas SBGs are too bubbly to even think about damaging themselves. Their style often incorporates a mixture of merchandise from stores such as PacSun and Hot Topic. Their clothes often include patterns such as polka dots, horizontal stripes (never vertical), checkered prints, hearts, the occasional rainbow, dinosaurs and robots, skulls, stars, and cute little animals. SBGs are NEVER overweight. They have side bangs that they are constantly shifting out of their eyes. Their hair is usually short, colored (though not always) and layered. If this is not the case, their hair is definitely straightened.
Oh my God, Stacy looks like such a Studded Belt Girl today. Look at that zip-up hoodie with the rainbow hearts and those slip on shoes!