Originally, used to describe the black and white checkered pattern popular amongst emos. However, today it has been altered to fit any black and white pattern including stripes and polka-dots.
Origin: The black and white kitchen tiles, cow patterns and tea cups in the home of Ock and Nick and Marnie.
"Check out my new ock slip-on shoes"
"For our bathroom I think we're going for ock .. all over."
"Ock style? Stylish!"
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