So I'm moving into an apartment with my sister, I'm making the kitchen honeycore themed. How would you decorate a kitchen in a honeycore style?
Bastardcore, Crackhead and Trashcore are the grimiest I can think of
Probably. Lots of Nirvana could count as Traumacore, honestly. Polly, All Apologies, Lithium, Dumb, hell about 70%-80% of their discography.
Weirdcore is fine as long as it doesn't cross into Traumacore territory, which we do restrict in general. CW and TW are usually safe bets but aren't required when sharing SFW and non-controversial edits and creations.
Glowwave is correct in this sense, I think Ellen is spot on.
This already looks like Glitch
Crinolines are made to give volume underneath ballgowns, which would fall under the feminine Royalcore aesthetics. But by themselves with no skirt? Probably Avante Garde.
Interesting, we have a bunch of pages that mention the ocean. Sorry it didn't come up right away! If you look though those pages you can find similar related aesthetics.
There are! You just gotta search the terms in the search bar. Nautical and Dark Nautical, Summer, Key West Kitten come to mind immediately
I think Fanfare works well for this, good eye Ellen!
This could be a few things. Dreamy, club, glowwave, cuddle party, Dionyism come to mind
Also, Cupidcore does appear to be a traceable tag on Tumblr and Instagram! Go ahead and look through there some. Feel free to add it to the Angelcore subgenres after Cherubcore. If you need help let me know!
Edit: Putting it under lovecore may be better than angelcore considering the content I've been reviewing.
I'm a mod!
Well I'm going to see if it has traction first to see if it's established then we can take a look and see if it could stand.
I'll be honest, I feel this one SO HEAVILY.
On the Angelcore page there's a subgenere called Cherubcore that combines lovecore, babycore, and angelcore. That may help with what you're looking for! Otherwise I will look into and see if it's traceable on the web.
It's hard to do that if it isn't heavier in aesthetic one than the other. For example, the sub-genres of vaporwave are still very focused on being vaporwave but with certain details altered while this one appears to be more of an even mesh between the two. I see this as another example of a personal blend that is difficult to add as a page because it strays from our current mission of documenting existing and primary aesthetics and our priorities during the cleanup.
I'd suggest holding off on making a page for it since aesthetic blends are often not able to differentiate enough from the original source material to warrant their own pages. You could start creating it in your own user profile though!
If you look through the History tab you can see who created the pages
Another reminder with the uptick in creations: We have rules against vandalizing which includes creating categories that calls for permabanning for repeat offences. You can check the main page for these rules.