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Stargirl is an aesthetic name originating from TikTok in the 2020s that can either refer to a modernized interpretation of 2000s fashion and contemporary TikTok trends or an aesthetic based on how a muse for The Weeknd would dress and act.

The first interpretation is based on teen culture on TikTok that currently does not have a widespread, "official" name. It is called "stargirl" because a trendy motif is the use of stars in multiple places, such as on tee shirts or embroidered onto backpacks.

The second relies on a position between Night Luxe and Bleak Crush motifs, as in some parts of it rely heavily on luxury while others have a more subdued look. Unlike the former interpretation, this one is more mature and is explicitly about the persona of the women Abel (The Weeknd) sings about in his album "Starboy.” This image is of a woman who goes clubbing and has an aloof yet glamorous image, with the fashion including designer brands with sparkly motifs.

What both of these interpretations focus on is a lot of music bands. It also embraces "main character" influences and a luxurious lifestyle, particularly drawing inspiration from the nightlife of New York City and magazines like VOGUE.


  • Swirl patterns
  • Black and white art
  • Studio Ghibli characters
  • Stars
  • Electric guitars
  • Metallic textures


This aesthetic, as mentioned, is divided into two sects fashion wise

Luxurious side

  • Silver sequin or glitter dresses
  • Sequin miniskirts
  • Cowboy boots
  • Platform sandals in white, black, or silver
  • Mini dresses
  • Shoulder bags

Chill side

  • Tank tops, long sleeve shirts, or t shirts with stars on them
  • Snow pants
  • Short Jean shorts
  • Flare Jeans
  • High top sneakers
  • Leather hand bags


Musical Artists[]

  • The Weeknd
  • Arctic Monkeys
  • The Beatles