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Cottagecore Fashion Aesthetic, Princess Beatrice's Wedding Dress | 3 Articles on Dress

Welcome to a new 3 Articles on Dress. We are exploring the Cottagecore fashion aesthetic, Princess Beatrice's wedding dress on loan from the Queen, and Vogue's suggestion that all we really need is a day dress.

⚜️ The first article discusses the Cottagecore fashion aesthetic that is becoming increasingly popular on social media. When I released my Grandmillennial video, many people suggested that the Granmillennial style is a derivative of Cottagecore. So let's explore this aesthetic in today's video.

Here are three Instagram accounts to explore that represent Cottagecore fashion beautifully.

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A day filled with warm sunshine, tall grasses & trees swaying in the breeze, large open fields under a blue sky with the mountains looking down into the valleys. Wildflowers picked from the field & fresh blueberry pastries in old wicker baskets. Linen dresses the color of marigolds & linen aprons. Loose braids & pretty bows. Pressed flowers & notes scribbled in antique books. Twirling among the meadows while the fabric of your dress catches the wind. Picking & eating fresh berries straight from the bush. The smell of fresh grass. You see dragonflies with glass wings perched on branches, bees cradling flowers, & butterflies caressing the leaves. Soft white blankets & laying on your back looking up as the clouds pass by. You assume the point of view of the flowers & you watch as the golden glow of the sunset kisses your skin & you think to yourself “the flowers have the best view of the heavens.” 🌿✨This or That✨🌿: 🌞sunshine or stardust💫? 🍫chocolate or honey🍯? 🌼daisies or sunflowers🌻? 💛 yellow or pink💗? #quietthyme

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Things I want to do in the next few weeks. Collect some wild roses that are growing near my house. There are bushes and bushes of them. Gather the giant pink poppy heads that are growing wildly nearby also to get the seed. Visit a rose garden I have been longing to for a while. Adventure in the flax field with a long flowery dress on and my books. Have an evening birthday picnic next week at the wood garden (and make and wear a floral crown!). Find an old Polaroid camera and film to capture our summer days amongst flowers and forests. Start up my vintage shop again. Go on a huge charity shop and vintage shop adventure. Write some stories. Read my favourite book again. Lie down in a wheat field and watch the clouds. Hold my little girls tightly and hug them as much as I can 🌸 #gingerlillytea

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I would love to know what you think about the Cottagecore style. Do you relate to this aesthetic?

⚜️ The next article comes from Town & Country Magazine and explores Princess Beatrice's wedding dress on loan from the Queen.

Princess Beatrice married her fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in Windsor wearing a slightly altered dress on loan from Queen Elizabeth. The dress was designed by Norman Hartnell and was made from Peau De Soie taffeta and organza, trimmed with Duchess satin, and encrusted with diamanté. I love that Princess Beatrice went vintage with her dress and thought she looked like a beautiful Princess bride. What did you think of the dress?

⚜️ And finally, with the changes in our social lives that are taking place throughout the worldwide pandemic, Vogue recommends that all you truly need is a great day dress.

I have enjoyed this way of dressing for some time. A good day dress can be dressed up to work beautifully for fancier events and dressed down for everyday wear. The struggle, I believe, lies in whether the wearer feels too "fancy" wearing the dress on a regular basis. The Daily Connoisseur community here is used to dressing well each day. You can find support from our community and think of us and smile when someone asks you, "Why are you so dressed up? Where are you going?" :)

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Unknown said...

I think you would enjoy a magazine I just discovered called Daughters of Promise. It is so beautiful, full of peaceful photography, art, poetry, homemaking. Written by a Mennonite community with fashion that are very cottagecore.

Earthiscrammedwithheaven said...

I have been cottagecore for at least 15 years. Of course it was not identified as such. Not something women wanted to aspire too. Always hopeful that it might become a more beautiful and feminine way of living for more than just a few of us!

Ladylike said...

Hello Jennifer,

I loved all three articles and the clothing described in them. I especially appreciated the Vogue article since it led me to the Farm Rio site where I found a beautiful dress I plan to wear to my nephew's wedding. Thanks!