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Junglecore is an aesthetic relating to the vibrant and mysterious ways of a jungle, which is usually filled with thriving habitats for native animals, plants, waterfalls, and other jungle sightings. Junglecore is also associated with creatures such as orangutans, indian elephants, leopards, and many more.
Junglecore visuals are very tropical and full of life. The visuals show the jungle's greatest qualities such as:
- Jungle animals
- Wildlife and jungle plants
- Tropical flowers
- Leafy trees
- Large and Colourful Insects
The fashion of junglecore could be divided into two categories. The first category would be of a jungle explorer, an individual who is unfamiliar with the biome and is journeying through it.
- Khaki-Coloured Clothes, or Clothes made of Khaki
- Baggy Clothing with Pockets
- Bags such as a Fanny Packs or Satchels
- A Sunhat
The second category would be of someone who calls the jungle their home, and finds the jungle to be their comfort zone. They have lived there for many years.
- Animal prints
- Animal Teeth
- Wooden Beads
- Brightly-Coloured Cloth
Note: Cultural appropriation is morally wrong. Please do not copy the fashion of indigenous groups who live in any of the multiple jungles around the world. Instead, I encourage you to create your own designs, or buy from people who belong to the groups!
People with this aesthetic like down-to-earth and calming activities, such as:
- Taking a nature walk
- Watering your many plants
- Documenting species of plants
- Collecting insects
- Documenting species of insects
- Caring for animals
Many movies take part in the Junglecore aesthetic, mostly from the adventure, action, and romance genres. Examples of this are:
- Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019)
- Jumanji (1995)
- Jurassic Park Series (1993)