Barbiecore Trends on The Eve of The Premiere of “Barbie” — That’s What Pink Shades Are


The term Barbiecore, in a nutshell, is a garment filled with effeminate extravagance, covered with pure shades of attractive, dizzying bright neon pink. If you ever visited Asian beauties, it might also remind you of the pink city of India – Jaipur. While Greta Gerwig’s attempt to make the most anticipated Barbie movie starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling is to create a certain opinion about “femininity”, which has been trending since time immemorial, and to give a fresh look at what is actually super-feminine, her gullible audience the audience.

One of the best things the upcoming movie has done since it hit the spotlight is the return of Mattel dolls and makes us all wonder what happened to Valentino’s couture line at Rome Fashion Week last October and all that dopamine clothing. which has been weighing on me for a while. Well, for the uninformed, celebrities like Anne Hathaway, Khloe Kardashian, Lizzo, Florence Pugh and Ashley Park have been seasoned in hot pink outfits. So why abandon neutral tones and give preference to loud, intrusively bright colors? Put on your pink lenses to see it completely!

Barbie (2023), from fashion designers to influencers, encourages everyone to emulate the hyper-pink style.

After Greta Gerwig introduced the “all-American beauty of Malibu with beach blonde curls,” the hashtag “Baribiecore” came into fashion like no other. Although the history of its origin dates back to the time when the Puritan fathers brought the concept of the American dream, extolling women with unrealistic body standards and at the same time symbolizing female liberation. The star of Ryan Gosling has once again returned a completely pink aesthetic to fashion clicks.


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As you can see above, from Valentino’s PP Pink collection, the nostalgic but modern creations of Pierpaolo Piccioli and Kim Kardashian’s all—pink Balenciaga ensembles to the costumes of M. G. Kelly and Megan Fox at the premiere of the first documentary “Life in Pink” – the whole fashion world is perhaps high on aesthetic. The frills and noisy games of this nostalgia-inducing 2000 fashion in the style of feminine-mystical-esque, perhaps, introduce us to a fun post-epidemic era. The summer of 2023 will be colored by the release of Barbie, bright pink is quickly becoming the new black.

Would you also like to be a part of this hyper-feminine Barbiecore fashion era? Let us know in the comments below.


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