How should you dress for the courtroom? The question may seem strange, yet the younger generations have taken a shine to this aesthetic focusing on classic and elegant pieces, with no ostentatious signs or symbols, and closely resembling the ‘quiet luxury’ style. This new trend has been dubbed ‘courtcore,’ and emerged following the highly publicized trial of the American actress, Gwyneth Paltrow.
Gwyneth Paltrow isn’t the first celebrity to make headlines because of a lawsuit, nor is she the first to have her outfits scrutinized during a court case. But the aura of the star — and especially the numerous looks she wore in court — made her stand out, and above all gave rise to a new fashion inspiration called ‘courtcore.’ This, in other words, is the perfect aesthetic to attend a courtroom trial — or to stand trial, in Gwyneth’s case. At first glance, it hardly sounds like the stuff of dreams, and yet this new fashion trend has captivated social media users, who are recreating the star’s looks despite the fact that her trial ended almost a month ago.
The perfect look for court
In style terms, going to court isn’t quite the same as walking the Oscars red carpet. So, the “Two Lovers” star was never going to turn up in a ball gown with spaghetti thin straps, or in one of her numerous yoga outfits. For a court appearance, you need to be taken seriously, to show yourself in your best light, and especially, to keep things simple and understated. The American