Ready for me to go deep?
Being cool is so not cool now. It's like, being different...is like....not different anymore. To be deep, is so shallow. It's hip to be square.
That was me being deep.
Alexa Chung, the model/TV presenter/columnist
said this about normcore:
Asked if she's 'into' normcore, she explained: "No, I am into it but I didn't recognise it as a category of dressing, it's just how people dress, but I know friends of mine that were included in the first article who were quite outraged by that. It's weird when you're just existing and people outside it gather you up and take away any unique vibe you thought you had. They're like, 'It's a trend' and you're like, 'What? No, I just exist.'"
|this pic is from an article on normcore, it's basically my wardrobe|
Normcore is now going to be my favorite term to describe things. Everything is going to be Normcore. Alex is going to hate it. Probably as much as he hates it when I say "cray cray".
In fact, I embrace normcore. I AM normcore. To the core.