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Bubblegum Coquette (also referred to as Candy Coquette) is a bright pink sub-genre of Coquette that incorporates elements of the Bimbocore and Babygirl aesthetics. It is centered around girly 2000s nostalgia, cotton candy, bows, pastries, roller skates, lollipops and all things pink.

Bubblegum Coquette also has similar motifs to Kidcore/Lil girl, namely childhood nostalgia, although the fashion is different.

Since the "Bubblegum Coquette" aesthetic focuses more on the nostalgia of the 2000s, the "Girly Girl" vibe is always present in it, as it represents the nostalgia of many girls when they were little, such as pink, toys, cartoons, treats and other things feminine related to children, such as the cute, childish innocence.


Origins of Bubblegum Coquette in terms of media goes back to the mid-2000s with the McBling aesthetic, but the aesthetic itself didn's start gaining traction until the early 2010s on Tumblr, giving the trashy aesthetic a softer silhouette. The term itself wasn't used until more recently.


The visuals of Bubblegum Coquette are:

  • Pastel colors (most notably bubblegum pink and white, as well as bubblegum blue)
  • Cotton candy
  • Lollipops
  • Bubblegum
  • Pastries
  • Bows
  • Roller skates (especially pastel ones)
  • Cute and girly visuals
  • Princesses
  • Girly childhood cartoon characters such as My Little Pony (especially Pinkie Pie) and Hello Kitty
  • Glitter


  • Roller skates
  • Pink Converse shoes
  • Figure-hugging dresses
  • Crop tops
  • High-waisted skirts
  • Oversized accessories like statement earrings and chunky platform shoes
  • Bold stripes
  • Lots of glitter and sequins



  • My Little Pony (gen 3 & 4)
  • Care Bears
  • Barbie (both the movie and the show)
  • Bratz
  • Powerpuff Girls
  • Strawberry Shortcake
  • Lalaloopsy
  • Unikitty!
  • Littlest Pet Shop
  • Shopkins
  • Any Sanrio shows
  • Kawaii Crush (webseries)


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