Normcore: London Fashion Week
Normcore is perhaps the most ironic trend to have emerged in recent seasons. With its clean-cut aesthetic rooted in an appreciation of low-key basics, it's the anti-trend the fashion crowd love. Always one step ahead, we've got everything you need to recreate the look yourself, in stores now.
Normcore is all about sartorial nonchalance, off-duty style and keeping things simple. With its simplicity comes a neutral palette that favours black, white, grey and beige tones in solid colours - free of print, pattern and embellishment.
When it comes to silhouette, the Normcore look eschews classically feminine shapes, with a slim-cut, androgynous and longline silhouette reigning supreme. Typically, the look will include tailoring aspects, longer-lengths and casual layering.
The juxtaposition between smart and super casual also typifies this trend. With fresh white trainers or sporty footwear shapes worn alongside loose-cut smart trousers or calf-grazing maxi dresses.
When it comes to accessorising, the normcore girl tends keep things simple. Classic envelope clutches and minimal portfolios have the edge over utilitarian backpacks or the fringed handbags we've seen emerging with the seventies trend.
Photo credit: Photographer Holly McGlynn
Get the look...
We've got the look down to a perfectly-minimal T. From louche jumpsuits with a tailored edge to loose-cut trousers and chunky sports-inspired sandals, obtaining normcore perfection is all about going back to basics.
Trench coat €30, split-back tee €11, cold-knee jeans €13, slip-on flatforms €9