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I told my fiancé I'm writing something about Normcore and he said, whuttt? Well, naturally he's a guy and he's kinda clueless fashion-wise and if you are too or if you just want to dabble on some Normcore looks this week then this is the post for you.

Note: This is the writer's own interpretation of Normcore

Normcore came from the words Normal + hardcore. Even when it's broken down, it still actually does not make any sense, haha. So, you basically just wear normal or conventional clothes with the goal of just laying low. Not yet sold with the idea? Here are some positives about it:

1. For the totally lazy, this can be an excuse for you to take your joggers from bed to play and for the fashionista to take a break from loud prints and anything colourful.
2. It's such a time saver since you only need to play within the colour palette of black, grey and white.
3. It's a great pause for us ladies from wearing our ceiling high heels which may not always be comfy
4. We can raid the closets of our dad/brother/boyfriend for pullovers and hoodies and veer away from structured blazers and be cozy all day
5. The beanie - no need to spend hours blow drying or setting your hair in the morning. The beanie will take care of it.

Here's my take:

One piece romper - Zara| Polo used as inner shirt - Mango| Shoes - Charles and Keith | Eyewear - Rayban | Watch - French Connection