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Mushroomcore is the aesthetic of mushrooms. Started in a Facebook group called 🍄Mushroomcore 🍄, unlike Goblincore, this aesthetic is solely focused on mushrooms and nature. Different types of mushrooms are always used.

Mushrooms are universally known and widely used in different cultures, foods, and spiritual practices. "The Fairy Circle" is believed to be a portal to the spirit realm as told In many folklore tales. Mushrooms are often associated with the underworld, this is due to the fact that mushrooms decompose dead matter and are linked to the rebirth and recycling of dead matter.

Mushrooms can also depict characteristics of good fortune and represent rapid growth. These are all themes that the Mushroomcore aesthetic seeks to portray and admire.


  • Toadstools
  • Shelf mushrooms
  • Fairy rings (Mushroom circles)
  • Forest
  • Moist, muddy soil, mud
  • Dried leaves
  • Stones
  • Insects
  • Frogs, slugs, and snails
  • Gnomes
  • Nature spirits
  • Moss
  • Dead logs


Mushroomcore fashion would include anything outside friendly and easy to partake mushroom hunting in. Clothing is usually a little dirty and includes earthy toned colors.

This would include things such as:

  • Jeans and overalls
  • Sweaters and jackets
  • Beanie hats
  • Scarves and gloves
  • Hiking / work boots
  • Tall socks
  • Raincoats and boots
  • Sunhats
  • Bucket hats, often with mushroom motifs
  • Pigtails, ponytails, and hair pulled back in general.
  • Mushroom themed jewelry
  • Some may even try to dress up like a mushroom

Another section of mushroomcore fashion is more whimsical and fairy-themed. This includes:

  • Mushroom dresses
  • Mushroom-shaped hats
  • Loose white dresses
  • White lace pinafore dresses, often over red blouses
  • Flowy blouses
  • Mushroom embroidery
  • Light slippers


Mushroomcore aesthetic would involve any activities associated with mushrooms or the outdoors.

Some of these hobbies include:

  • Mushroom hunting
  • Hiking and exploring
  • Reading mushroom handbooks
  • Studying mushroom mythology
  • Visiting fairy circles