You’re going to fall for these fungi.
Foodies might be split on this, but surely everyone loves looking at mushrooms; that’s just a fact. The little guys have funky hats, are a delicious addition to nearly any meal, and could potentially be fatal. Between the style and the drama, what more could you want? The latest wave of mushroom fashion is, naturally, tied to the rise of cottagecore. The soft, return-to-the-land movement has recently fallen in love with fungi, so if you’re on the hunt for the coziest way to get in on this new cottagecore evolution, you need a mushroom hoodie.
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There’s a little bit of whimsy and a little magic in the rain-covered mushrooms on LookHuman’s Spirits Pullover ($35, LookHuman), especially since it looks like one of them is hopping along. It’s also made with 50% cotton for a very soft fit.
When it comes to cottagecore icons, Arnold Lobel’s Frog and Toad immediately jumps to mind. Mix Frog with a mushroom and banjo like on Lelemoon’s Frog on Mushroom crewneck ($43, Lelemoon), and it’s almost too pastoral for words.
You’ll look like a tried and true mycophile with all the fungi happening on this Kyoto Market’s Cottagecore Sweatshirt ($42, Etsy). And, with a nearly five-star rating for the seller, you can rest assured that you’ll be ordering a soon-to-be favorite sweatshirt to add to your rotation.
There are so many vibes happening in Dravus Brown Hoodie ($35, Zumiez) with the “Heading Nowhere” text. For a special touch, there’s a mushroom on the front, so you never have to go without seeing a fungus.
You can get the preppy look without having to put in much work with Romwe’s Polo Collar Sweatshirt ($16, Romwe). It not only has a wide-brim collar for the collegiate style, but it also has a more subtle mushroom design for a minimalistic take on cottagecore.