Ever have one of those days where color seems out of the question and you’re not in the mood to channel your creative brains to assemble a mixed print outfit? Neutrals are the way to go, which we can get ready to see as the fall 2015 ready-to-wear presentations have predicted. Alexandra Michelle launched her Objects Without Meaning Denim line in 2011, where she creates minimalist style through comfy basics. She debuted her full ready-to-wear presentation by appointment only this past Fashion Week and has circulated traction for letting the clothes speak for themselves.
Within the presentation, the use of colors such as white, creme, brown, beige and black are used to display almost an indie, ethereal look where cardigans and midi skirts are go- tos for a stroll along the beach. Clean lines and loose fits lay on the body in just the right way.
I’ve decided to put my own twist on this minimal style by starting off with a pale blush pink midi dress that has an A-line fit set off by a tulle skirt. Extending the casual flow, I threw over a thrifted beige cardigan for comfort. While I probably would have opted out for a cool pair of sneakers to finish the look off, I decided to dress it up with a pair of nude heels with a bow detail and vintage sequined cross-body bag for a flare. While Michelle’s line is solely denim based, she uses skirts and leggings as a way to dress up her line. Interested in re-creating your own Objects Without Meaning look? Check the details here: