This bold style will bring back memories of bright colors and after-school cartoons. This trend draws inspiration from children’s pop culture and fashion of the ’90s to ’00s. It is all about comfort and carefree fun. Although it started in 2010, this trend focuses on the best aspects of childhood in the 80s, 1990s and 00s. It includes Sesame Street, Arthur, Looney Tunes and the Magic School Bus. Comfort, color and joy are the driving forces behind this trend. You can wear it as casually as you like, or dress it up as much as you want, while still looking as childlike as possible. Grab your crayons and snacks, and bring it back in time using the Kidcore aesthetic that will excite you.
1. 90s Kidcore
Kidcore’s nostalgia for the ’90s is the main inspiration behind its aesthetic. Many of the greatest influences on the era are TV shows and toys many grew up watching, such as Mattel, Mattel and Lisa Frank. Although some TV shows like Sesame Street and Looney Tunes were created in the 1930s, they continue to play an important role in fashion design. This is due to the common primary colors (red and blue) that you can incorporate into your everyday outfit. This trend can be achieved by color-blocking three primary colors with staple pieces such as jeans or overalls. For maximum impact, avoid bold patterns or stripes. Keep it bright to make it stand out.
2. Pastel Kidcore
Growing up, the ’90s was a huge time period for many children. This sub-culture is for you if you don’t like Sesame street and primary colors and prefer Care Bears and My Little Pony. The style is easy to recreate and filled with pastel colors. Start with soft, buttery colors like sky blue, purple, and pink. You can use this in baby tees or crop tops as well as accessories such as sweaters or oversized sweaters. It is important to choose pieces that feature some of your favorite nostalgic imagery, such as the Rugrats logo or Hello Kitty.
3. Vintage Kidcore
Incorporate Vintage Kid core in your life to bring back the good times. There are many ways to add retro flair to your outfit, regardless of whether you were born in this century or not. You can start by looking for inspiration. Start by incorporating the core colors of the era into your wardrobe, such as yellow, red, and blue. Start with bold patterns that are representative of the era. The 80s and 90s were known for their abstract designs and shapes, while the ’00s featured more stripes and larger icons. You can finish the look by pairing your favorite denim skirt, pinafore, or shorts with the look. Bonus points if they are in the same color scheme.
4. Cartoon Kidcore
What child doesn’t love watching cartoons early in the morning on Saturday mornings? A few cartoons in your wardrobe will bring back that feeling. You can really go wild with the prints with this trend, so if your favorite cartoon characters include Betty Boop or The Simpsons, you can show off your love for them with pride. You can mix and match the patterns with a matching skirt or jacket in the ’90s style. You can keep it simple by wearing neutral pieces and sticking to one core piece of clothing.
5. Japanese Kidcore
This aesthetic, better known as Decora is a popular trend in Japan. The style’s origins can be traced back to the 1990s when Tomoe Shinohara (a Japanese singer) popularized it. The aesthetic today celebrates the maximalist style in decoration with loud colors and bold patterns. This style allows you to wear multiple colors, so there is no need for clashing patterns. Layer several pieces of clothing and add a few cute cabochons or small resin beads to complete the look. This style is not restricted by any rules. Keep it fun and colorful.
6. Floral Kidcore
You don’t have to limit yourself to Cottagecore to use floral patterns. It’s also an excellent way to showcase your Kid core style. Add a few floral motifs to your colorful outfit for a casual yet stylish take on your favorite era. For a spring-inspired look, choose a pair of rainbow shorts or shorts with a matching cardigan that is covered in flowers. This aesthetic encourages bright colors, but don’t be afraid to wear a lot of them. This trend can be worn casually in many different ways. You can give it a 90s twist by wearing a black tube skirt and chunky black platforms. This look looks beautiful, no matter how small or large.
7. Rainbow Kidcore
Sometimes, you have to either go big or go home. Rainbow Kid core is a true inspiration. This style is bold, loud and proud. It makes for the perfect outfit at any event. For a day at park, a simple shirt and jeans will do. During the winter months, a color-block puffer jacket or sweater will be more appropriate. For maximum impact, add a white shirt underneath. White sneakers and accessories will help keep the spotlight on bold colors. Are you not a fan of a particular color? This is the right option for you! You can wear all your favorite colors at once!
8. Kidcore Bags
Do you ever wish you could carry Sully from Monster’s Inc. around with you? Or maybe you wished you could be a student at Ms. Frizzle’s school. These Kid core bags will spark your imagination, keep you feeling nostalgic and look beautiful. Moschino designers have paid tribute to the kitschy and campy items that we grew up with. They made bags like McDonald’s fries and school lunchboxes. Look for vintage bags and clutches with bright colors or the characters you loved growing up at thrift stores. You might prefer a subtler vibe. You can have a more subtle look with a simple tote that has rainbow finishes. It’s a great way to show your Kid core love but not too extravagant.
9. Kid-core Jewellery
It is time to bring back the jewelry you loved as a child. These include colorful earrings, brightly colored necklaces, and layers of plastic necklaces. If you’re looking to add some sticker art to your Kid core aesthetic, it’s all about nostalgia. This aesthetic is all about toys and artwork from the ’90s to the early ’00s. You can mix and match items to create a multi-dimensional look. This trend is all about more.
10. Kid core Shoes
Kid core is bright, colorful and nostalgic. It romanticizes childhood in ’90s/’00s. This trend is similar to the way kids wear bold and loud shoes to match their energy. There are many ways to add color to your outfit, from rainbow-inspired platforms by Ferragamo to classic Comverse high-tops. You can make a fashion statement even at home with your shoes. Slippers in a rainbow color will keep your feet warm and your outfit looking great.