If you haven’t heard the term VSCO Girls (pronounced VIS-KO) then you probably don’t have tween daughters. Mine all want to be this form of “basic” for Halloween and beyond. It’s not just a look, it’s a way of life.
According to the internet, VSCO Girls mean:
VSCO girl is a term, generally used as an insult, for a young, usually white woman who posts trendy pictures of herself edited on the app VSCO.
Stereotypes of the VSCO girl include wearing scrunchies and Birkenstock sandals, drinking out of Hydro Flask reusable water canisters, saying sksksk and I oop, and generally seeking attention online.
VSCO is a photo editing app and the teens that use the app ran with the term “VSCO Girls.”
But is it a bad thing? I say no and here’s why. The lifestyle is about being environmentally conscious. So grab your hydroflask and reusable straw and get your sksksk on. That means hahaha, FYI. As for “And I oop,” it translates to shock, surprise or embarrassment.
Anyone else feel old now? Yep, I’m with you!