In recent years, the masses have flocked to Instagram and TikTok to embrace the “feminine urge” of women wearing nap dre…

In recent years, the masses have flocked to Instagram and TikTok to embrace the “feminine urge” of women wearing nap dresses, toting wicker baskets, making cross-stitch quilts, and baking sourdough bread, among other leisurely pleasures. With a pandemic underway, we were all reevaluating our personal relationships with nature as the “cottagecore” aesthetic led the charge. Many of the faces of the brands at the forefront of this aesthetic looked the same: wealthy white women. In response, Black and Indigenous people of color criticized how this type of aesthetic blatantly romanticizes colonialism. At the link in bio, Sydney Gore wonders: Should we actually refer to this trend as “colonizercore”?

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