Dziwnecore (also Grungeweird) is an aesthetic that revolves around a mix of Grunge, Weirdcore, and Indie. It focuses on 90s amd 00s music, lots of color but some paler ones, and weird imagery and bizarre pictures.


Blink182, a popular band relating to Dziwnecore

The Dziwnecore aesthetic's visuals include:

  • White snow covered landscapes
  • Bruised skin
  • Shoes
  • Basses and Guitars
  • Dirty and Grimy imagery
  • Albums
  • Hand written letters
  • Cursed images
  • Mushrooms
  • Pentacles
  • Pendulums (mainly Athemyst)
  • Selenite


A good example of the more religious side of the Dziwnecore aesthetic

Many outfits in this aesthetic revolve around dressing outlandish and sloppily, but looking elegant and fashionable at the same time.

Outfit options in the Dziwnecore aesthetic include:

  • Jeans, usually a bit teared
  • Rock band shirts or just any t-shirt
  • Flannels (tied around waist when hot)
  • Hoodie Jackets
  • Light colored converses
  • Little to no jewelry
  • Natural hair, and sometimes dyed
  • Tennis shoes
  • Chuck Taylor shoes
  • Sometimes cuffed jeans

Stores and Brands

  • Hot Topic
  • Walmart
  • Target
  • Asheville Mall stores
  • Shoe Sensation
  • Gordman's
  • Urban Outfitters (This one is very much liked)
  • Gap
  • Nike
  • Under Armor


Music can be various in Dziwnecore. Grunge Rock and Alternative Rock are by far the most popular. Pop and Lo-Fi are also very popular. Indie music is a good option of you want some good music from Dziwnecore. Below are the most popular musicians from these genres


  • Green Day
  • Blink182
  • Sublime
  • Nirvana
  • Weezer
  • Foo Fighters
  • Napalm Death
  • Suzanne Vega
  • Molchat Doma

Pop and Lo-Fi

  • Billie Eilish
  • Vacations
  • Jack Stauber
  • Beck
  • Ariel Pink


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