As always, if anyone has any other terms they would like to contribute, or if you make a post of your own ideas, please let me know and I will make a master post to link them all together. And please keep in mind that all these variations have come from my own head, and that they are not officially recognized terms.
Here we go!
This variation is rather hard for me to explain, but I'll try my best!
I basically think of this variation as a smoothed out, no unnecessary frills, kind of Mori. It can border a casual kind of Mori at times, but it still maintains the traditional silhouette. Basically, it's Mori at its minimum.
This variation contains lots of extra lace and romantic colors. However, the lace is never bulky or OTT, but instead has a more mature and feminine look. It can have many layers or few, but it always maintains it's soft feminine feel.
This one is pretty self-explanatory. It's when Mori and Boho styles mix. Usually, though, I'd say the Mori style is more evident, and the Boho style is more hints or small pieces of the outfit. This is a more western variation I think.
16.Shabby Chic Mori:
If you've ever seen a picture of Shabby Chic decor, then you know exactly what this variation is before you see any pictures. But for those who haven't, here are a few Shabby Chic interior photos to help you get an idea for this variation.
So, Shabby Chic Mori contains lots of different flower patterns, lots of lace, and a kind of cute but cluttered feel. Common colors would be pinks, blues, and sometimes greens or yellows.
What do you think of these terms? Do you agree? Disagree? Let me know below, or in my cbox. (Constructive criticism is always welcome!)
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