Spiritcore is an aesthetic primarily based around the feeling of supernatural or out of this world happenings at night. It is often associated with a feeling of lonelieness, but this is not necessarily a bad thing. It is similar to Lo-Fi aesthetic, in the sense of colour palette and general setting but more strongly associates with Lunarpunk as it has a strong feel of magic and fictitous happenings.




Colour palette

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The colour palette is similar to that of Vaporwave, using often muted, purpley colours.

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Although the colours of this aesthetic are not strictly limited to these, these are the primary ones. Often an association to plants and magic are referred which tend to have a colour palette similar to this. Some elements of Mushroomcore are used

Although this image does not include purples, it is still strictly mystcore


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Uses in mainstream media

A good example of nightcore

One prominent example of spiritcore in media would be the Studio Ghibli film Spirited Away. Featuring strong elements of supernatural and primarily set in the night, this is an example of spiritcore.

Clothing/Fashion

Although there is no strictly defined fashion for spiritcore, one characteristic is often plain, baggy clothes designed as so the person wearing it can focus on more important things in life. These can include :

  • Oversized t-shirt
  • Oversized hoodie
  • Denim, but not tight
  • Beanies
  • Shoes that fit in really
  • Accessories like necklaces and bracelets

Other visual styles

Although the primarily described styles are outdoors, quite often this aesthetic can be found indoors as well. The same colour scheme ideas and motifs apply however these are other features.

  • Darkly lit rooms
  • Fairy lights
  • Bright moons
  • Features from Dark Academia, like books.
  • Mystical elements for example astrology posters
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