If you're into vintage apparel, farmers markets, thrift stores, record stores and growing beards, you may be considered a hipster, according to a new study from LawnStarter.
Their latest report ranks the 150 largest U.S. cities on American hipster culture based on 23 anti-mainstream factors including bike-friendliness and urban gardening to antique shops and music venues.
Of the 150 cities, Worcester ranks #45 overall, with an average ranking around 50th for the report's four separate rankings: lifestyle, fashion, culture, and food and drink.
San Francisco, Portland, Ore. and Oakland take the three top spots, with Worcester's neighbor to the south, Providence, ranked #9 overall. Boston is listed at #18.
Here are the 50 best cities for hipsters, according to LawnStarter: