In the 2020s, there’s somehow a “core” to name pretty much every aesthetic in the fashion world. We’ve seen the ultra-girly Barbiecore fashion trend, the quaint, nature-focused cottagecore and bloomcore aesthetics, the dainty balletcore fashion aesthetic, and the enchanting, ethereal fairycore look.
Meanwhile, other options include intense gothcore, gritty yet cool grungecore, and angsty emocore styles for edgier looks. And don’t even get us started on the cutesy yet borderline creepy kidcore trend. Just when we thought we’ve seen it all, we got hit by the corporatecore aesthetic — but this one isn’t too out there.
Corporatecore is just what it sounds like, wearing garments or accessories that you would wear to an office in a corporate job, but with a stylish, trendy spin (via The Hollywood Reporter). So now that there’s officially a “core” for it, it’s on-trend to dress professionally, as long as the outfit looks good. If you want to dip your toe into the workwear-chic corporatecore ocean, we have some advice for how to nail the aesthetic.
Blazers are a professional wardrobe staple for people of all genders, so if you want to experiment with corporatecore, you should get a blazer immediately. A classic black blazer can make even the brightest, loudest garments and shoes appear more professional, so you can never go wrong with a black blazer. For instance, a TikTok user named Karla shared a video featuring various ways to incorporate a black blazer into your outfits, such as with a white crop top and colorful jeans or over a little bright dress for contrast. Meanwhile, blazers with subtle pinstripe patterns scream corporatecore, too.
Moreover, blazers look stunning with scarves on chilly days, chic with mid-length dresses, and style-savvy with dress shoes, per MasterClass. And don’t think that black blazers are your only option! While you can never go wrong with a black blazer, tan, colorful patterned, and white blazers are stylish choices for the corporatecore fashion trend, too.

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