Oscar Wilde once said, “Art is the most intense form of individualism the world knows.” I thoroughly agree with Wilde, especially where fashion is concerned. Personal style is a form of art that conveys to the world a deeper truth that the wearer may not be able to bring to words. From accessories to color choice, style shows the world who we are as individuals.
When one thinks of the great works of art mentioned by Wilde, cities like Paris and Vinci most likely come to mind. Chattanooga? Not so much. This is why I was in shock during my recent visit because the city was teeming with artwork, from sculptures to murals to this Fashionista’s pearl bracelet.
Whether you are planning to take a tour of Chattanooga’s art, attend a music festival or visit an old friend, you will most likely be traveling this summer. Yoga pants and a T-shirt are fine for wearing to the gym, but on the road you can still be stylish just like this week’s Fashionista who proves that minimalism is key.
Our Fashionista sports the essentials: loose T-shirt, black leggings, sandals, a satchel and sunnies. During travel, you are bound to stop for an unhealthy meal along the way. Sticking to slimming black is the best choice during the fast food fever.
Leggings and a T-shirt will allow for comfort, while a satchel is perfect for holding tech accessories and that latest issue of Vogue. In terms of the bracelet, this piece truly made this Fashionista’s outfit unique. By accessorizing with a pair of antiquated earrings or ring, you can relive past adventures.
For long hours on the road or plane, go for the bare essentials. However, bare doesn’t have to equal boring. By adding a significant accessory, you can add style (and individualism!) to a minimalist look.
One Simple Change: Is your destination facing precipitation? Add this cool, metallic rain jacket to your suitcase to arrive dry and in style.