I have been in love with minimalist style for years now. I love the shape, cut, and effortless style of minimalism. From home decor to my closet, minimalist style is clean and chic. To achieve the minimalist style focus on three things:
Right now, I’m in love with oversized, boxy fits. This simple shape is classic and looks effortlessly sophisticated. For example, a boxy white collared shirt would look amazing with some fitted skinny trousers. Or to play with volume, a boxy collared shirt would look fashion week ready with a pair of wide leg trousers.
Length, length, length. Length is everything. It can make or break an outfit. Cropped or Tunic length tops are super chic and can be paired with a variety of things. Such as fitted trousers, wide leg trousers, fitted skirts, and maxi skirts. For the fall, my favorite combination is combining a tunic length collared blouse with a cropped sweater.
For cuts, I love the trendy unfinished hems on workwear pieces such as collared blouses, dresses, and jackets. Draping is also a beautiful detail that can give any outfit some Hollywood Glamour. The slightly loose fit on this top makes it perfect to layer with jeans or a classic pair of trousers.
The asymmetrical cut is super trendy right now. Whether this angled cut is on t-shirts or blouses, it looks chic and sophisticated. Angled shirts can be hard to style, so try to pair them with fitted trousers for a easy, yet polished look.
When putting together a minimalist style outfit, remember to always KISS (Keep it simple stupid).
Cropped top from DressIn: http://bit.ly/1NjwAox
Long-sleeved top from DressIn: http://bit.ly/1KiJzSL
My Lookbook: http://lookbook.nu/julietly94
**Sponsored by DressIn: I received their products free for styling purposes.**