There is a page for both nerd and geek, so yes.
Any aesthetic that has more connected to it then a visual I see as advanced.
Now I don't mean aesthetics that have things associated with them, I mean things directly related. So punk, goth, emo, scene, hippie, Raver, all of the keis, all of the rocks, horror, kawaii, avant-garde, ect, are advanced. Basically all aesthetics that second as subcultures, music genres, artistic or literary movements, or fashion styles.
An example of aesthetics that have different things associated with them: cottagecore, pastel, weirdcore, the academias, ect. These aesthetics have music genres, fashion styles, and even philosophies that can be related, but aren't inherently apart of. Just because most people involved in dark academia enjoy classical music doesn't mean that it's a strict aspect of the aesthetic. Just because most people involved in pastel lean towards a feminine appearance doesn't mean that pastel is inherently feminine.
Does that make since?
Thank you for clarification, and no worries on the typing aspect.
Sad people is not a subculture or "advanced aesthetic" in the same way lolita or others are, which means that there are very few restrictions.
It is mainly visual based, so fashion and music have no affect. Listen to and wear whatever you want, though that should go without saying.
However, it does have a specific philosophical aspect, so that should be considered. Like traumacore, sad people is mainly used as a coping mechanism or venting environment. Instead of being for people with PTSD or other trauma related issues, it's for people with depression (amongst other conditions).
That being said, sad people is not inclusive to venting, unlike traumacore. In can be used in a fictional form, but it has to be done respectfully and accurately. Romanticized sadness can be very harmful, so if you use it outside of venting format please be sure to say so.
To put it simply: the only rules for sad people are related to respectfulness and accuracy. Hope this helps! <3
What exactly do you mean by rules?
Art hoe, vintage
A lot. Long story short, someone decided to be terrible and vandalize the post with a rather disturbing picture, and then with some vulgar and crude comments. My apologies.
Definitely vintage parisian, has some cottagecore elements aswell as some softie.
Seems like softboy.
Definitely dark naturalism, possibly cottagegore and fairy grunge.
This appears to be Bauhaus, which doesn't have a page on here yet, so the closest thing on the wiki would be avant-garde.
I see what you mean, but unfortunately it can't be used that way. It is to vague and broad to be singled, especially with the request of no ocean based aesthetics. The closest thing would be dazecore, the rest are just common links.
Firecore, emo, lovely darkness.
There is no such thing as a transitioning aesthetic. Indie is one thing, indie kid is another. The problem is, most people tend to scrap the "kid" addition, making it incredibly confusing.
Indie kid definitely began from Indie, yes. But it has evolved, and they are now quite different. Indie is more related to grunge; with a specific philosophy relating to the means of urban life and consciousness. Indie kid also has some of those aspects, but is more focused on the romantic aspects of urban life; shown through saturation and other "kid like" auras. They are related, but they have differences.
There is an elfpunk subgenre in the mythpunk page, but there are other foresty aesthetics that are commonly used aswell.
Definitely fairy grunge.
Plant mom, vintage, spacecore.
There are some color based aesthetics (as mentioned above) but I thought I'd just throw some more in
Icepunk in some cases
Vaporwave in some cases
Glowwave in some cases
Seapunk (not ocean related, despite the name)
To name a few. Because blue is a color and not a theme, it can really be adapted to almost anything. Hope this helps!
Definitely the biology subgenre of science academia.
Ok, so there are many ocean related aesthetics, but this doesn't seem like one. With the filter and all, this leans more towards VSCO then anything else.