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Indicolite, related to sparklecore, is an aesthetic named after the tourmaline crystal of the same name. It has a very vintage blue vibe with an emphasis on sparkles. It combines this color with visuals of diamonds, statues, and water to create a feeling of elegance.

Visuals[]

Indicolite aesthetic feature the indicolite blue, white, tan, beige, and accents of pink. Filters are often applied to images to increase blueness or add glitter. Items characteristic of past eras, ranging from the 1950s to the 1990s, feature frequently in Indicolite visuals.

  • Water
  • Clouds
  • Flowers
  • Glitter
  • Gemstones or crystals
  • Satin or lace
  • Perfume bottles
  • Drinking glasses
  • Bubbles
  • Macarons
  • Teacups
  • Pale blue ceramic
  • Shells

Fashion[]

Indicolite fashion consists of:

  • Loosely hanging water-vibe dresses
  • Vintage blue skirts
  • Layered clothing
  • Blue farm dresses
  • Silver or pearl minimalistic jewelry
  • Satin or lace tops/dresses

Activities[]

  • Relaxing and participating in self-care
  • Admiring natural wonders (oceans, crystals, waterfalls, etc.)
  • International tourism
  • Photography
  • Artistic practices (painting, sculpting, etc.)

Music[]

Indicolite is not a music-based aesthetic, but there are songs that add to the feeling Indicolite provides. In regards to songs, their album cover/lyrics have to fit with the aesthetic or the music itself is whimsical and/or graceful. Indicolite music is usually alternative.

Songs[]

  • Paradise by Coldplay
  • In Iolite by Ghost and Pals
  • blue by the bootleg boy & Artemis Orion
  • Jigsaw by Conan Gray
  • Fade into you by Mazzy Star
  • i was all over her by salvia palth
  • A Soulmate Who Wasnt Meant to Be by Jess Benko
  • Handmade Heaven by MARINA
  • Colors by Halsey

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