Jamcore is an aesthetic based on picnics, gingham patterns, pastries, and jam. Jamcore is also based upon helping the environment, such as reusing jars and other materials, or being self sustainable if possible and growing your own food. Conserving the environment and wildlife is also a big part of Jamcore. It takes heavy inspiration from the Honeycore aesthetic as well, and are related in many ways.


Jamcore fashion is split into 2 categories: Aesthetics and functionality. If aesthetics are valued over practicality, the fashion can consist of cute picnic dresses. But if you prefer practical clothes, you may choose to wear aprons.


  • Shirts with puffy sleeves
  • Button blouses
  • Lolita type dresses
  • Dresses with big, puffy skirts
  • Blouses with a bib neckline
  • Blouses with puritan necklines
  • Shirt dresses
  • House dresses
  • Sundresses
  • Cute aprons


  • Shortalls or overalls
  • Floaty skirts
  • Gathered skirts
  • A-line skirts
  • Ballerina-like skirts


  • Pinafore
  • Red shawls


  • Lacy leggings/tights
  • White socks
  • Mary Janes
  • Sandles


  • Sunhats
  • Bandannas
  • Whimsical jewellery (e.g. butterfly earrings)
  • Dangly jewellery
  • Sunglasses


  • Lace
  • Rules
  • Floral and gingham patterns
  • Soft blues, reds, pinks, greens, and yellows
  • Embroidered clothes with things like plants, fruits, and insects
  • Things with big pockets

Practical Clothing

  • Aprons
  • Oven mitts
  • Chefs hats
  • Hair ties

Websites & Stores

A list of places to shop for Jamcore clothing. Jam is currently being spread (under construction)


  • Making jam/jelly
  • Picnicking
  • Making jelly/jam deserts such as pie
  • Having aesthetic breakfasts like jam on toast
  • Growing your own berries/fruit
  • Making fabric jar lids
  • Helping the environment in any way you can



Jam is currently being spread (under construction)



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