Minimal: When less is definitely more
The best part about dressing minimal? Comfort. Say sayonara to any bangles clashing on your wrist, dangle earrings getting caught in your hair, layers riding up on each other. Minimal means sleek, chic, comfortable, and classic. After following Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What (the queen of minimalism) for quite some time, I've been inspired to weave this type of dress into my young professional wardrobe.
First, the modern movement began with this embossed python clutch by Gigi New York. Swoon. I've been eyeing this bauble for years, and am excited to finally tote it around town. A new pair of sneaks will do too. If you haven't already heard, the fashion sneaker movement is in full force, and these stylish kicks are here to stay (my feet are rejoicing!). I'm darling to these pointed-toe gems by Trouve, which come in black too. Next, the perfect (affordable - $30) muted turtleneck. I've already re-worn this gem to work so many times, fashioning it differently each time. It's still has that cozy feel of a cable knit, but it's ribbed structure and geometric lines are the perfect introduction to a minimalist wardrobe.
photography by Jordan Afshin
Black Uber Clutch in Embossed Python by Gigi New York | Vertical Stripe Loose Grey Sweater from Romwe | Trouve 'Evans' Leather Slip-on sneaker from Nordstrom | Emma Legging Jeans in White by DL1961 | Kylie Ring in Black Drusy by Kendra Scott | Original Aviators in Gunmetal from Nordstrom | Stone Stud Earrings by Kate Spade New York
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