This is a set of guidelines for making pages on the wiki, not an aesthetic.

From late August 2020 onwards, Aesthetics Wiki will only prominently display pages that fit these guidelines. You may still create your own page and work on it over time with these aims in mind, but it won't appear on our new list of aesthetics until these are met.

  • Fill out an infobox. This must at least have a picture and 2-3 of the main fields
  • Link to or upload at least six external examples of your aesthetic. It's important that at least three of these are visual (preferably you will have many more images to upload). You can and should also mention examples in media (films, books, music, music videos, TV). You could also quote Twitter or Tumblr text posts that mention or evoke the aesthetic. We don't expect an academic level of existing documentation, but please prove what you're talking about does exist, even if you're the first to notice it and name it.
  • Some mention of the motives, thoughts and feelings and/or historical context behind the aesthetic.

Our current idea of an 'ideal page' is Cottagecore, which has grown into an amazing compendium and reference book of all things related to the aesthetic.

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