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Mosscore is an aesthetic that focuses on moss-related things, the most common items present being cabins, cottages, and small shacks. Mosscore is similar to Cottagecore and Forestpunk, but there are a couple of differences. For example, mosscore spends less time on farming life compared to cottagecore.


Many aesthetics can be achieved via activities. Some examples of mosscore activities would be:

  • Collecting moss samples
  • Keeping a journal
  • Gathering wild fruit
  • Reading old nature books
  • Bird watching
  • Building birdhouses
  • Collecting flora/fauna (mostly bugs)
  • Long walks in the woods
  • Picnics on moss-covered rocks
  • Any activity that is related to observing or creating things with nature quietly


External links to help get a better understanding of this aesthetic.

Pinterest Boards


Mosscore fashion is similar to Dark Academia and Cryptidcore, but with a comfier twist (eg, plaid pants and a skirt with oxfords and a large dark green sweater and rolled down socks.) The look is associated with forests, studying, and chaos.


The Mosscore community on Tumblr has created the following phrases:

  • Let the moss consume me
  • Chaos? More like Cha-MOSS!
  • I am secretly an old forest god
  • Do not perceive me, fear me


  • The Moss by Cosmo Sheldrake
  • Green by Cavetown
  • Willow Tree March by thepaperkitesband
  • I Don’t Want To Set The World On Fire by The Ink Spots
  • Two Time by Jack Stauber
  • Dear Fellow Traveler by Sea Wolf





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