Cottagecore is a lifestyle aesthetic that’s taken the internet by storm. At its heart is a return to a simpler, rural way of life – or, for some, an idealised longing for such a return. Photo: Getty Images Cottagecore is a lifestyle aesthetic that’s taken the internet by storm. At its heart is a return to a simpler, rural way of life – or, for some, an idealised longing for such a return. Photo: Getty Images
Cottagecore is a lifestyle aesthetic that’s taken the internet by storm. At its heart is a return to a simpler, rural way of life – or, for some, an idealised longing for such a return. Photo: Getty Images

Pie, flowers, pottery, knitting: why Taylor Swift loves cottagecore and how it’s taking over social media during Covid-19

  • How do you practise cottagecore? Just log off social media, and embrace nature and childlike wonderment. A lot of people have during the Covid-19 crisis
  • They go for a walk or bake bread, pick up an old-fashioned hobby like knitting, quilting, journaling or pottery that can ground you – and then post about it

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Cottagecore is a lifestyle aesthetic that’s taken the internet by storm. At its heart is a return to a simpler, rural way of life – or, for some, an idealised longing for such a return. Photo: Getty Images Cottagecore is a lifestyle aesthetic that’s taken the internet by storm. At its heart is a return to a simpler, rural way of life – or, for some, an idealised longing for such a return. Photo: Getty Images
Cottagecore is a lifestyle aesthetic that’s taken the internet by storm. At its heart is a return to a simpler, rural way of life – or, for some, an idealised longing for such a return. Photo: Getty Images
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