How to Find Your Aesthetic on Pinterest

According to Pinterest, there has been a “huge rise of 60 percent in searches for just “core aesthetic” since 2018, as Pinners explored diverse forms of aesthetics to create their identities. This implies rigor and the capacity to manage the complete picture in the way that only a painting, film, or social media can.

“How can I find my own aesthetic?” “How did you find your aesthetic?” are some of the questions common to Pinterest users.

This piece is a collection of general principles and ideas aimed at assisting you in developing and discovering your aesthetics. But first, let’s answer the most fundamental question: what does the term “aesthetic” mean?

What is an ‘Aesthetic’?

The word aesthetic is a noun and also an adjective. It is a philosophical system that deals with the concept of beauty. In the Pinterest world, however, the term ‘aesthetic’ is frequently interchanged with terms like ‘personal style,’ ‘visual style,’ ‘theme,’ ‘cohesive vibe,’ and so on.

What is ‘Having an Aesthetic’?

Identifying with a style in both visual and personal expression is what it means to have an aesthetic.

A person who identifies with a specific aesthetic will have a style of clothes, a taste for home design, a favored medium, and/or a blog that all have visual similarities but diverse implications.

The same applies to your Pinterest!

How Do I Find My Aesthetics?

1. Define Yourself
To begin, figure out or rediscover who you are. Here are some thought-provoking questions you make ask to find your aesthetic on Pinterest.

  • What do you enjoy doing?
  • What are your pet peeves with other Pinterest accounts?
  • Describe your character.
  • What is it about you that you admire?
  • Make a list of five things that distinguish you.
  • What do you want others to think of you when they see your Pinterest page?
  • Make a list of some of your favorite words or quotations.

2. Inspirations
A collection of inspired items and people have a big effect on your style, aesthetic, and who you are. Consider looking at other Pinterest accounts you enjoy and determine why you like them.

Look at the following types of people’s Pinterest pages:

  • Fictional characters
  • Personalities
  • Fashion icons
  • Ideal lifestyles
  • Wardrobes
  • Quotes

3. Mood Board
Curating a mood board is the most effective technique to see exactly what you like and desire. You might want to create a private board on Pinterest to re-evaluate your ‘aesthetic.’ Here are some suggestions for things to pin:

  • Go over your “items you like” list and pin as needed.
  • Consider your ideal lifestyle, including how you’d want to spend your mornings, excursions you’d like to take, activities you’d like to explore, and so on.
  • What would your perfect house/bedroom look like?
  • What kinds of clothes and outfits do you gravitate toward?
  • Scenes from movies and TV shows that inspire you can be pinned.
  • Art and quotations that make you feel the way you want to feel all the time
  • Colorful images that communicate to your soul

And there you have it, you’re staring at a visual depiction of yourself that you can use to help you find your aesthetic on Pinterest!

4. Curate
Now you know what you enjoy and why you like it, as well as how you want to spend your life! Being able to curate these things is crucial to have a consistent and powerful style.

To curate is to choose, arrange, and display something. You’ve chosen your visual inspiration, and now it’s time to get organized.

Start unpinning items that aren’t supposed to be there, that don’t fit your newfound aesthetic. Perhaps you’ve pinned a lot of photographs of clothes you like, but there’s one that stands out.

Maybe your Pinterest board has a lot of color consistency, but there’s one pin that doesn’t match your color scheme. This isn’t to say that your aesthetic restricts you; rather, you’re learning how to portray your interests and passions in a logical and unified manner that is appealing to you and others.

Look for a similar concept in a different image that does belong.

This procedure will assist you in fully comprehending your aesthetic. Soon, you’ll notice a pattern of colors, patterns, and materials that you enjoy and this will become your aesthetic on Pinterest!

Conclusion
On the internet, you should always be yourself. Remember who you are and what makes you special.

Also, think about how you want people to feel when they see your photos and read your words. Viewers are drawn to cohesive pages that they can relate to, keep that in mind when determining your aesthetic as well.

Lastly, I know it sounds corny, but being yourself really is the easiest way to find your aesthetic on Pinterest!

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