The latest in a long line to emerge is the Yindie - not quite Yuppie, not quite Indie, but somewhere in between.
Your average Yindie is affluent, trendy and endeavours to be as individual as they possibly can, arguably making him less so.
Chris Duffy, left, not only admits to being a Yindie, but is proud of it.
The 23-year-old PR account executive lives in Mossley Hill and is Yindie through and through.
Drinking haunts of our Yindie include, unsurprisingly, some of Liverpool's more well-respected music venues.
"A Yindie would not think twice about spending pounds 50 on a new shirt or gadget or pounds 60 on a night out, but considers savings or a pension as a far-off reality," he says.
OF COURSE, the Yindie is just one of the many cultural groups that have emerged in recent months.
Apparently Yindies have been circulating the social scene for a while, but it is only recently that people are catching on to it.
These may not be hugely expensive nights out, but the true Yindies are known to spend frivolously on all sorts of the season's smartest must-haves.