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Are you normcore?
Normcore is a fashion trend characterized by simplicity.
Normcore is anonymous.
Normcore is not calm.
Normcore is comfortable.
Its MO is mixed, not highlighted.
The Normcore wardrobe is based on practical staples.
The men\'s and women\'s uniform consists of three sets of cargo pants, tight jersey and white.
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Shirt, high collar, baseball cap, white sneakers, wool zipper
Ups, Ken shoes.
The foundation of Normcore is denim fabric
Especially the jeans of mom and dad. (
Gap even wrote on Twitter: \"We have been shipping your normcore staples since 1969. \")
Many people cite Jerry Seinfeld\'s personal non-
Although I am also an early adopter, I am in the style of a normcore touchstone.
I was normcore before it happened.
Throughout elementary school in my 90 s, I also tend to mom jeans, Cat T-
Shirt from northern reflection and loose cotton Ginny Jerseyall worn non-
The irony, of course, is that I\'m eight years old.
My personal style is best described as \"50-
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\"Before it was called the next big thing in fashion by an article in New York magazine, the word\" normcore \"was written by K-
A hole in New York
In a report called \"Youth Model: free Report\", forecasters.
\"As the creator of normcore envisioned, there is something very democratic about the premise of normcore.
Normcore is one for them (anti-)
The fashion manifesto, more of a state of mind, is a response to the tireless efforts many of us have made to prove that we are special snowflakes.
By freeing yourself from the double pressures of being different and maintaining the status quo --
Almost impossible in the Internet ageK-
One is free to like what they like without pretending, Hall argues.
\"Normcore finds liberation from nothing special and realizes that adaptability leads to a sense of belonging. \"(
Of course, there are also many people who think that youth model: a report on freedom is a wonderful message --
Normcore is actually just a huge, medium-baiting in-joke.
Think about it, for a movement on the surface about mom\'s jeans, it does trigger a lot of thinking --pieces. . . )
So does this mean that your dad\'s fashion decisions suddenly become more and more important?
Yes, but neither.
When out of the background of sociology and strictly regarded as a fashion trend, normcore leaves some bad taste.
Cultural critic Thomas Frank wrote in the Salon: \"Consider, for example, the fact that we have heard about normcore . \".
\"It is not news to observe that ordinary people wear JCPenney\'s clothes;
It will only become a news story that attracts people\'s taste.
Masters all over the world, when special people are moved to wear clothes from JCPenney
Enlightened, adventurous, right cheekbones and right socioeconomic status.
In fact, as Elle writer Lauren Sherman points out, \"professional style, scale --
Conscious fashion normcore and legitimate strip malland-
\"In other words, it\'s a trend when beautiful people wear normcore clothing --piece.
When ordinary people wear it, it is either a non-event —
Even something laughed.
While this has been the case since the beginning, normcore has not allowed us to be a sweatshop for people who don\'t care about clothes.
Like most other fashion trends, normcore still requires you to be the \"right\" person to be able to \"succeed.
\"The core of Normcore is nothing more than a form of slum.
You see, the learned Manhattan.
Types of residential fashion industry and outside the industryduty models —
The enviable fortress of Easy Streetchic —
I really don\'t want to live like a middle class. class, white-
Bread, suburban, with mini
Shopping center hair style and mainstream taste from East Jesusor, gasp!
Was mistaken for
They know that they will never be like this because their calmness, youth, beauty, wisdom and wealth cannot even be harmed by the worst --
Fitting stone mill jeans.
Elle\'s editor cleverly pointed out to her: \"The Beautiful stylist in her mother\'s jeans and sneakers doesn\'t look like a mother in the Midwest . \". (
Pssst: \"Mom in the Midwest\" is the fashion spokesperson for \"Dadi. \")
As Jezebel\'s Lindy West wrote in her article on normcore, \"there are some inherent unpleasantness and tone --
Full of whimsy in plain cheap clothes
Clothes worn by people who are often financially excluded from wearing other clothes --
This is some magnificent, noble statement about \"free from fashion\", lest it mark you as a blind sheep.
Oh, simple people\'s clothes
They are so refreshing and unpretentious.
As long as we wear them.
\"In fact, big fashion is an industry based on exclusivity --
But, as the West has also pointed out, fashion has tapped the ingenuity of the community it offers for ideas that can be sold to them, even though the price is much higher.
Just now, not on the street.
Fashion bloggers and stylists are all in Google Street View. (
New York magazine, which ran the London stylist Alice Goddard, did come up with a fashion editor\'s edition consisting of screenshots from the Google Maps Street View app. )
This is nothing new, of course. in the \'90s —
A fashion era marked by utilitarianism and shopping mall clothing is not a coincidence that an important moment is coming in 2014 --
When designer Mark Jacobs delivered cashmere shirts and warm clothing to Perry Ellis, we saw the stylish repackaging of grunge.
Normcore is not the new black but the new grunge.
This means that it can only draw a logical conclusion.
If you see a lot of fashion companies trying to sell you pure white T-
A shirt for $400. jen.
Zoratti @ freepress. mb.