Clothing Aesthetics List (9+ Cute Fashion Trends To Know In 2022)


If you are the type that just puts on the first thing you see in your closet and totally rocks it, you go girl! You do you. Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable, whether it be simple sweatpants and hoodie combo or the oldest jeans and tee you have. 

But, if you are the type that constantly searches the internet for kawaii outfit inspirations and prepares your clothes the night before wearing them, well, this clothing aesthetic list will help you with new fashion style ideas. 

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Anime Aesthetic Clothes

There’s no denying it: Kawaii is a feast for the eyes, swaddling the beholder in a kaleidoscopic world of cuteness and color – but due to its mass popularity that has expanded in the Western world through anime/manga/gaming culture, anime girl inspired aesthetic clothes is fast becoming a global movement.

In my short life as an anime fan, I haven’t seen an anime girl who isn’t cute… even with casual pajamas sitting in their tiny gaming chair.

Gamer Girl Fashion Aesthetic

The days of gamers wearing jorts and oversize T-shirts are long past. Esports athletes and streamers alike now dress with urban panache mixed with opulent sensibilities. The result is a mix of luxury brand worship, Korean streetwear, video game fantasy, and Japanese “kawaii” culture. If you want to learn more about this trending “gamer girl style”, read ‘How To Be A Gamer Girl?’ now.

Grunge Aesthetic Outfits

Grunge style fashion emerged in the mid-1980s as a combination of the baggy oversized hippie style and dark and subdued punk style. The style is a result of the rising popularity of a subgenre of rock music called grunge music derived from Hard rock, punk, and metal music.

How to have a grunge style? If you were a Grunger you would have a lot of body piercings and tattoos, long uncombed hair with a beanie hat on top, and wear faded, baggy, shabby, ripped clothes bought from thrift stores. 

Popular subcategories for the grunge aesthetic include

  • Soft Grunge Aesthetic Outfits
  • Pastel Grunge Aesthetic Clothes
  • Korean Grunge Aesthetic Outfits
  • Grunge Girl Aesthetic Outfits
  • Vintage Grunge Aesthetic Clothes
  • Fairy Grunge Aesthetic Clothes

Lolita Fashion

Lolita fashion is the perfect modern age rendition of Victorian trends; it has been around since the seventies and has now evolved into deferent subgenres. A woman interested in Lolita wear s trying to reach out to her inner youth and child by mimicking the image of a china doll; so everything is adorably cute n the outfit.

There are different types of Lolita based on the differences in style and design patterns. ==> Learn to avoid common Lolita mistakes by reading this guide.

  • Gothic Lolita

Another faction of the trend is the Gothloli; or said the other way around, Loli Goth; this is a Japanese contribution to the Lolita style with many additions from trend waves that had hit Britain around the time. While the makeup is dark here, the clothing has a distinct gothic touch; there is also a conspicuous element of Victorian fashion.

Gothic Lolita is a blend of Japanese Gothic flair and the Lolita magic. This style is defined by black, dark blue, purple, or other dark color clothes accented with a little white, dark make-up like red lipstick, smoky and neatly defined eyes.

Religious symbols are often a part of jewelry in this trend and you will find people sporting everything from coffins and bats to crucifixes and ankhs. Today, clothes of this genre can be found in several stores across Japan and the world. One of the most popular brand names in the category is Mana’ Moi-neme Moitie. Commonly seen on kids walking down streets in Osaka and Tokyo; the clothing brand is very popular among young fans of video and computer games. It is also common to see these clothes at anime conventions in Europe and the United States.

  • Sweet Lolita

Sweet Lolita mainly targets little and young girls. It is heavily based on the Rococo, Edwardian and Victorian styles and uses child themes and light colors. Make-up is basically very natural and light, pastel colors are used to help maintain the natural feel.

  • Punk Lolita

Punk Lolita adds ties, pins, screen-printed, and tattered patterns, and plaits to the classic Lolita feel. Blouses and cutsew are the most popular garments while jumper skirts and dresses are also worn often with boots.

  • Cute Lolita

Another sub-genre of the Lolita trend is the cute Lolita; this one is often seen on popular singers and even Hollywood starlets, the fashion is a combination of manga and rococo that lend a distinct child-like look to the ensemble. The colors are light and fun including pastels; the entire effect created s that of a glowing porcelain doll. Popular brands in the category include Metamorphose temps de fille and Baby.

  • Classic Lolita

If you like the classic Lolita look, you will need to emphasize the Victorian connection from the dresses used in the eighteenth and nineteenth century; the patterns are small and intricate and these clothes will usually have a telltale empire waist. The shoes and accessories are practical in keeping with the time that they were used in. Popular brands in this subcategory are Juliette et Justine and Victorian Maiden.

  • Casual Lolita

You could also choose the casual Lolita look for a toned-down version of the trend.

  • Hime Lolita

The Hime Lolita, popularly known as the princess Lolita is a classic look, very elegant, and gives a touch of royalty to the wearer with pearls, bows, and roses being a part of the design.

  • Oji/Kodona Lolita

Ōji or Ōji-sama, meaning “prince”, is a Japanese fashion that is considered the male version of Lolita fashion. This style takes its influence from the clothing boys in the Victorian era wore. Though it is considered a “boy style”, it is often worn by both genders. It is common to hear it referred to as “kodona” lolita in western countries. Kodona is a Japanese fashion that is considered the male version of Lolita fashion.

Japanese Harajuku Aesthetic Clothing

Tokyo is the capital of the most unique and interesting fashion. The majority of Japanese people wear uniforms or simple outfits, a handful of young people like to express themselves through cute, crazy, and cool fashion! You can find them hanging around trendy places like Harajuku, Shibuya, and Shimokitazawa to show off their best outfits. 

Harajuku in Japan refers to an area around Harajuku train station. Harajuku style is a Japanese fashion adopted by the teenagers and young adults in the area and its side streets which have many boutiques, trendy stores, and used clothes shops. Japanese Harajuku Girls and Harajuku Style has been used to describe teens dressed in many fashion styles ranging from Gothic Lolita (also gothic loli) Visual Kei, Ganguro, Gyaru, Kogal, to “cute” Kawaii style clothing.

Young adults in Harajuku may also be dressed as anime or manga characters (known as cosplay).

Tokyo street fashion is influenced by many styles and subcultures from around the world. In the 80s many numbers of street performers and extravagantly dressed teenagers gathered around Omotesando and the street that goes through Yoyogi Park on Sundays when the roads were closed off to traffic. However they were again reopened to traffic in the 1990s, and teens stopped meeting there.

Today there is a revival in the number of young adults dressing up and hanging out in Harajuku, most of them now congregate on the bridge, across the railway tracks from Harajuku station to Yoyogi Park. Everything from British street punk fashion of the ’70s, goth, and many other fashions from around the world have all mounded the teenage style in Tokyo today.

Goth Aesthetic Outfits

You will definitely get side-eyed when you sport these kawaii goth cosplay looks, but there shouldn’t be a problem with that since it’s what you want. Not caring is important. 🙂

Other cute & kawaii goth aesthetics include

  • Pastel Goth Aesthetic Outfits
  • Bubble Goth Aesthetic Outfits

Egirl Aesthetic Outfits

eGirl fashion is the perfect style for those who would want to stand out among others, even the kawaii others.

Kawaii Aesthetic Outfits

You might want to steal these cute clothing ideas into your wardrobe to look more kawaii. Your kawaii-ness will be increased if you follow this guide. 

More popular types of kawaii fashion style aesthetics include

  • Blue Kawaii Aesthetic Outfits
  • Pink Kawaii Aesthetic Outfits
  • Kawaii Goth Aesthetic Outfits
  • Dark Kawaii Aesthetic Outfits
  • Busu Kawaii Aesthetic Clothes
  • Kawaii Pastel Core Aesthetic Outfits

Yami Kawaii Fashion

Please learn the Yami kawaii culture before copying it as another cute vibe.

Yami Kawaii fashion is part of the Anti-Kawaii movement which adds opposing elements to the typical kawaii style in order to leave a greater impact. The word Yami means both “sick” and “dark”, it revolves around not only medical but also mental health. Yami Kawaii is not bloody or gory. It has a more cutesy spin to it with lots of anime-style accessories.

Visual Kei Fashion

The style is especially popular among the fangirls of Visual Kei bands who try to copy their favorite boys and create the more feminine versions of their hairstyles. Here are two very famous visual kei hairstyles for girls and boys worn by the famous jrock star miyavi.

Visual kei hairstyles aren’t easy to handle and they bring along a certain way of life I guess. Nevertheless, they are not as common as you might think and these pics could be some of the most uncommon visual kei hairstyles around that have a western feel to them. Be sure to check out the images of the bands such as the gazette, alice nine, or Kaggra. as they are among the favorites of visual kei fans and you will surely like their cute visual kei hairstyles!

Aesthetic Korean Outfits

Cottagecore Aesthetic Clothes

  • Soft Cottagecore Aesthetic Outfits
  • Cottagecore Fairy Aesthetic Outfits

Soft Girl Aesthetic Outfits

Baddie Aesthetic Outfits

Aesthetic 90s Outfit

  • Streetwear 90s Indie Clothes Aesthetic
  • Cute 90s Aesthetic Outfits

Kidcore Aesthetic Outfits

Skater Girl Aesthetic Outfits

80s Aesthetic Clothing

Retro Aesthetic Outfits

Aesthetic Royale High Outfits

Dark / Dark Core Aesthetic Outfits

Fairycore Aesthetic Outfits

  • Fairy Aesthetic Outfits
  • Fairy Academia Aesthetic Outfits
  • Dark Fairy Aesthetic Clothes

Vaporwave Aesthetic Outfits

Cute Vintage Aesthetic Outfits 

Angelcore Aesthetic Outfits

  • Angel Aesthetic Outfits

Goblincore Aesthetic Outfits

70s Aesthetic Clothes

Aesthetic Red Outfits

Steampunk Aesthetic Outfits

Colorful Aesthetic Outfits

Space Aesthetic Clothes

Nerd Aesthetic Outfits

Coquette Aesthetic Clothes

  • Pink Coquette Aesthetic Outfit 

Rock Aesthetic Clothing

Aesthetic Imvu Outfits

Galaxy Aesthetic Clothes

Aesthetic Athletic Outfits

Cute Aesthetic Zepeto Outfits

Twilight Core Aesthetic Clothes

Lovecore Aesthetic Outfits

Rain Core Aesthetic Outfits

Neko Outfits Aesthetic

Royale High Outfit Ideas Aesthetic

Barbie Core Aesthetic Clothes

Hello Kitty Aesthetic Outfits

Aesthetic Brookhaven Outfits

Sanrio Aesthetic Outfits

Crystal Core Aesthetic Outfits

Toca Boca Aesthetic Outfit

Candycore Aesthetic Outfits

Aesthetic 60s Outfit

Adopt Me Aesthetic Outfits

Hobicore Aesthetic Outfits

Avakin Life Outfits Aesthetic

Dreamcore Aesthetic Clothes

Babycore Aesthetic Clothes

Boyish Aesthetic Outfits 

Horror Aesthetic Outfits

Royal Core Aesthetic Clothes

Dollcore Aesthetic Outfits

Webcore Outfits Aesthetic

Cartoon Core Aesthetic Outfits

Jimincore Aesthetic Outfits

Villain Core Aesthetic Outfits

Otaku Aesthetic Outfits


Remember – fashion is about being creative and unique. You can (and should) always maintain your individuality, even when following any kawaii style.

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I am not a writer (I apologize for the typos in advance ;3), psychiatrist, counselor, or expert gamer. I, like so many, have simply fallen in love with the kawaii style and would like to share my experiences and opinions with other men and women who enjoy a similar aesthetic. All articles, advice, and tips are opinions-based and are drawn from my own experience. I try to approach all concepts and topics in an honest, down-to-earth way in hopes to make them more relatable.

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