Granola is a person who enjoys hiking, canoeing, climbing, camping and other outdoorsactivities. They often can be seen drinking out of a Camelbak or Nalgene, wearing tie-dye, wearing Chacos, Tevas, and Birkenstocks and eating trail mix. They can also often be seen wearing Patagonia. (Sometimes referred to as "modern day hippies"). Often they will be ‘in tune with their soul’. They also are not grounded but very energetic at the same time. It can also be an aesthetic dedicated to loving the planet Earth and doing whatever one can to protect it and all of its inhabitants.


Everything related to the biosphere of Earth counts. Seasons, natural phenomenons, cherishing surroundings and self.

  • Considerate consumption
  • Being zero waste
  • Loving nature
  • Beaches
  • Plants
  • Rains
  • Walking on sunny days
  • Coffee
  • Granola
  • Trailmix


Self-care is very important, but in order to preserve nature you have to be careful with what companies you support. Reusing and making products is the key. Some items in Granola include:

  • Boho
  • Plaid patterns
  • Denims
  • Floral clothes
  • Tortoise colored glasses
  • Fake leather
  • Friendship bracelets
  • Patagonia (Patagucci)
  • Chacos
  • Tevas
  • Birkenstocks
  • Hiking boots
  • Nalgene
  • Camelbak
  • Hydroflask
  • Friendship Bracelets
  • Scrunchies
  • Headbands and Buffs
  • The North Face


Interior has lots of handmade and reusable items:

  • Cross stitched paintings
  • Succulents
  • Macrame
  • Indoor gardens
  • Rope-tied vases
  • Pressed flowers


People in this aesthetic learn to be in tune with nature and have gratitude for it. Some forms of it are:

  • Practising yoga
  • Surfing
  • Travelling on foot
  • Biking
  • Rafting
  • Diving
  • Doing research on nature-related topics
  • Collecting rocks, seashells, etc
  • Planting more trees
  • Reusing water
  • Skiing
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking
  • Growing your own food
  • Camping
  • Learning about new cultures
  • Feeding local wildlife
  • Observing nature
  • Pressing flowers
  • Working out
  • Meditating
  • Cross stitching nature


People who engage in this aesthetic often support artists who spread the word about the ecological issues or take part in activism. Some of them are:

  • Bruno Mars
  • Slash
  • Pearl Jam
  • Radiohead
  • Disturbed
  • Michael Jackson
  • Kersti Kuursk
  • Tom Winter
  • Maroon 5
  • Drake
  • Culcha Candela
  • Fulu Miziki


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