The world is evolving everyday with lifestyle, fashion, beauty and more. Within the fashion world, every designer has it’s own aesthetic that can be spotted anywhere. Aesthetics are hard for people to understand, and finding yours can be just as difficult. You can always have multiple aesthetics to switch from so don’t worry about finding just one. Here’s how to find your aesthetic easily.
1. Use social media for influence
Instagram is a great way of finding people who run accounts that portray a certain aesthetic. It’s an easy way of seeing how and where they find the clothing, how it’s portrayed or displayed. Pinterest can help you find fashion in that area. Once you click on a photo for your aesthetic, an endless amount of pictures will be shown that will come from the look that you are seeking. On Tumblr, you can follow other blogs that portray the aesthetic you want. These media’s will help you find inspiration.
2) Create a mood board
Mood boards are extremely helpful when you have a bunch of ideas that you need to put in one place. Usually it consists a cluster of images that portray fashion. They can be created on posters or on a computer and can be as big as you want them. One of these can also be easily be created on Instagram in the collections section.
3. Shop from stores that support your aesthetics
Surprisingly, there are many brands that support a certain aesthetic. This is where shopping online becomes your best friend because a lot of the brands are online only. The brand Dolls Kill (dollskill.com) support Barbie, Punk, Rave, Goth, and Festival aesthetics. Unif (unifclothing.com) sells clothing that will remind you of the updated version of the 90s. Asos (us.asos.com) is made up of many brands within itself. Some are outside of the United States but this website is the key for you to get your hands on them. Plenty of outlets still remain for you either at thrift store or apps like Depop. You will just have to search.
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Student at University of Kansas, studying Journalism. A writer, fashion designer and fashion activist.