The 2020 Summer has been a total challenge for all of us. We have started the year by close ourselves, spending time on TikTok, work from home, zoom meetings, after all our routine was changed. Once we were able to breathe outside, we started to respect more nature. The Summer 2020 quarantine-era provided that cottagecore aesthetic that we are seeing all around Instagram feeds and brands editorials.
In reality #Cottagecore, the latest trend in fashion comes out of a big consequence: isolation. Regardless of what big companies design, the world happenings will always make fashion suits reality.
With this in mind, the consequence of a world pandemic made us go into the countryside. Overall, we found time to visit grandparents, spending time with animals, picnics, gardening, and definitely, fall in love with every piece of detailed porcelain and teacups. In addition to the #Cottagecore aesthetic trend, we have the #Grandmacore, #Naturecore, and #Warmcore.
Dress Up For a Cottagecore Aesthetic
In case you are in love with the #Cottagecore aesthetics, these are the type of styles you need. Lace white dresses, puffed sleeves, flower prints, linen clothes, as well as sweet vibes. In the meantime, scroll to see our selection for the #cottagecore aesthetics trend.
Dresses for The Cottagecore Summer Trend 2020
Inspired by vintage finds, LSF is not only rich in detail, flattering silhouettes, soft hues, and intricate lace, but also has an emphasis on whimsical hand-dyed fabrics and enchanting vintage-inspired romantic floral prints.
Inspired by vintage pieces, the Sandalwood dress is handcrafted in Bagru, India. Skilled artisans use a centuries-old block print technique to create intricate patterns on gauzy cotton voile. Therefore each one reflects their unic work.
Boyish up. The Guy is the perfect update to a vintage denim coverall in a light eco wash with a raw hem. This upcycled coverall includes recycled cotton reducing its carbon footprint and reducing water usage.
Not only, the tops are always a summer essential but also, in this case, are a must-have. Cute little crop-tops, cotton made, with ruffle sleeves and showing shoulders together with denim or skirts make a cute praderie style.
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The romantic Romi Top. Made locally in San Francisco.
The Rue Stiic Anza top is the perfect cropped shirt, not only for any high-waisted skirts, but also trousers, or shorts. Then again, the low back and ruffle details make this shirt feminine, yet casual, completing almost all of our outfits this summer.
The most compelling evidence about cottagecore is outside time. Alongside cottagecore, picnics become a trending activity during the pandemic. With this in mind, we may need to put in our summer fashion style list a vintage-inspired trunk bag.
The Toaty Trunk is a vintage-inspired bag that is truly versatile, whether used for storage, toys, dress-ups, keepsakes, craft-supplies, a picnic basket or even a little weekender.
I’m the only one that when walks into these mountain landscapes places hope to find wild horses and amazing lakes to swim? Whenever that happens we wish to have the perfect bikini set so we can continue our farm dream.
Looking for more cottagecore inspired aesthetic styles?
After all these ideas, if you still looking for more styles, please click here, and see our selection in TFR Pinterest Album, about #Cottagecore Aesthetic.
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