Well there's one or two people maximum who still dress 'lunarcore', but other than that no.
I went for it early on and realized I was buying pieces that worked in one way only, ie the palladiums would only go with this white bomber etc.
It felt like a uniform, which is what lunarcore is, by definition it's cosplaying.
Even poet doesn't bother with it afaik.
It's one of those inaccessible styles where you need to drop a fuckton to make it look good
lunarcore was never a trend to be emulated by the masses, it was poet's quest into finding out what worked for him and his aesthetic. the first lunarcore posting was poet asking if anyone else enjoyed retro futurism and /fa/ helped lunarcore evolve from that. it was never meant to catch on in a mass way, it was never meant to be popular, it was just one persons adventure into finding out what he enjoyed and liked to wear. it would be nice if everyone explored ideas they had about fashion rather then jumping on a bandwagon of "muh monochrome"
>tfw space won't be grimdark at all.
>it's going to be beautiful, affordable and privately owned.
a few posters wear/wore it. I personally enjoy incorporating "lunar" color schemes into what I'm wearing.
This guy was probably one of the most tenacious with the style, I like most of his fits and sneakers
those are KVA, I believe, that model was pretty cool especially in a "wow, this style came around, and these would work with it" kinda way. It was like that for me with the y-3 warriors lol
pic is obviously not me
It was never meant to be mainstream. It's an alternative look that when done right can be very subtle and casual. When done wrong it can look like cosplay. Spacejew is one of the few who can pull off a casual fit that has clear lunar references to those who are looking for them, but to the rest it will just look like a "normal" outfit.