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  • Y2k

    2000s fashion is often described as being a global mash up, where trends saw the fusion of previous vintage styles, global and ethnic clothing, as well as the fashions of numerous music-based subcultures. Hip-hop fashion generally was the most popular among young people of all sexes, followed by the retro inspired indie look later in the decade. Y2K is a very new concept, but with certain brands that were popular at the time still existing, one could easily predict these brands could potentially play a huge role in Y2K. Basically, you'd either look like a late '90s/early 2000s raver or a member of a boy band from the time.

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  • Dark Academia

    Although Dark Academia is all about knowledge, there’s also a fashion aspect to the aesthetic as well. Dark Academia fashion is big on muted tones. In addition to that, earthy colors, traditional patterns and materials, as well as layers are all important.

    The shirts worn by Dark Academics can be masculine ,professional button-ups or more ornate blouses that include details such as lace, puffed sleeves, and some ruffles. Collars are incredibly important to the look, and they often are either layered under sweaters or used as a statement, such as in sailor-style shirts.

    Pants in the Dark Academia aesthetic are always formal dress pants. Skirts are also featured in more feminine outfits. Pleated and/or check-patterned skirts allude to prep school uniforms

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  • Light Academia

    Light Academia tends to utilize the colors white, tan, cream, gold and other pale colors. Cozy and domestic imagery is a popular motif in Light Academia and contributes to the softer and more loving environment of the aesthetic. Similar to Dark Academia, Light Academia involves an interest in literature, music, art, history, and learning. Light Academia visuals, literary inspirations, and philosophical themes are generally Eurocentric and classicist. Tops will include Blazers, Turtlenecks, Corduroy jackets, Cardigans, Cable knit sweaters/jumpers, Button up shirts/dress shirts, and Sweater vests. And bottoms Linen shorts, Dress pants, Cigarette pants, and Skirts

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  • Kawaii

    Kawaii is a Japanese term and aesthetic referring to the unique concept affirming childlike and pretty things that make your heart flutter away essentially encompasses everything adorable, and its essence is rooted in childhood nostalgia. Kawaii reverts back to a time when life was simpler, problems smaller, and everything was much, much more brightly colored. Adorable infantile characters and clothing the hue of vibrant bubblegum and big, innocent unblinking eyes characterize this cultural movement. You’ll still spot girls mixing ultra-feminine pinks and frills with knee socks. Some kawaii style even plays with aspects of punk culture, thick combat boots, but in colors and its style remain playful and young.

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  • Grunge

    Grunge is a darker, edgier style that is usually depicted these days with glitches, vinyl records, cigarettes, neon lights, and the color black. Grunge started in 1985 with Green River's album Come on Down, but it did not become mainstream until the 1990s with Nirvana's Nevermind. Grunge was most popular from roughly 1991 to 1997, and eventually lost its anti-consumerist philosophy. It can be argued that grunge began to decline in 1994, after the tragic suicide of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. Grunge fashion of the late 1980s and early-mid 1990s was often purchased out of thrift stores at the time. Some will argue it was done out of a rejection of the fashions of the time. It's generally agreed that it's because it was cheaper as, at the time, most grunge artists were dirt poor.

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  • Goth

    Gothic fashion is a clothing style marked by conspicuously dark, mysterious, antiquated, and homogeneous features. It is mostly worn by members of the Goth subculture. A dark, sometimes ghastly fashion and style of dress, typical gothic fashion includes an unhealthy complexion with dyed black hair, dark lipstick, and dark clothing. Both male and female goths can wear dark eyeliner and dark nail polish most especially black. Like punks, gothic fashion is mainly about DIY and thrifting clothes (its highly encouraged, even). Secondhand-black clothes, handmade jewelry, modifications on tights and jeans, and jackets with patches are some of the more common staples of DIY'd gothic fashion. Most expensive of the common accessories are the shoes usually combat boots or winklepickers, the latter being a joke among goths that it is THE goth shoe

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