STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: Minimalism at It's Finest

STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: Minimalism at It's Finest

Minimalism: a style or technique that is characterized by extreme simplicity.

This major trend is taking over art, music and now even our wardrobes. In fashion, dressing minimalistic means embracing simplicity with neutral colors, prints and shapes. Dressing minimal makes as big of a statement as dressing in intricate and extravagant outfits but with half the effort! Avoid the fuss and style with sleek and classic pieces this season.

How could you not love streamlined silhouettes and monochromatic colors? Less is more when it comes to minimalist fashion, which is why it’s so easy to bring this trend to life! This nod to simplicity is a chic way to dress with a classic and almost futuristic style without the hassle of an elaborate look.

This Fashionista captures the minimalist trend with her effortless style. She sticks with a monochromatic palette by pairing an all-black ensemble with a blush sweater over top. The head to toe black streamlines her look and elongates her body, giving her a slim shape. Contrasting with a neutral sweater breaks up the all black look and adds much needed texture to her outfit.

You may think that with such a simple outfit, heavy jewelry and lots of accessories are necessary. But the key to accessorizing a minimalistic look is with more dainty pieces. This Fashionista adds a gold chain necklace for a touch of sparkle. This understated accessory captures the minimalism trend perfectly. By keeping her outfit plain, she is able to draw attention from her necklace and up to her face. Lay off the statement jewels and stick with dainty accessories like silver bangles, diamond studs or stacked rings.

This Fashionista’s look showcases her shape, face and confidence without any distractions. Follow this Fashionista and start with the basics and add simple accessories to keep up with the minimalism trend this season.

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “Keep it simple! Whether that’s with neutral colors or classic jewelry, I definitely think less is always more.”