The Minimalist Guide To Fall Style

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The definition of minimalism is "a style or technique (as in music, literature, or design) that is characterized by extreme spareness and simplicity."


This approach to fashion is based on a minimal aesthetic; it is more about the vibe, attitude, and thought process. Choosing an outfit every morning can be fun or it can be dreadful. It's the reason why many people have opted for the minimalist lifestyle. By having a handful of basic essentials, it leaves little room for huge decision-making before leaving the house.

From structured to voluminous silhouettes, we have no doubt that you can pull of this style. Ultimately, you are creating your own signature uniform.

6 Keys to Pulling Off the Minimalist Look

  1. Monochromatic vibes
  2. Flatter yourself
  3. High-contrast it
  4. Keep it basic with colors like shades of black, grey, and taupe
  5. Layer it up
  6. Build your own capsule collection: two blazers, three dresses, two skirts, four pairs of shoes, two bags, two pairs of jeans, two pairs of trousers, two T-shirts, three blouses, one button-down, two coats, and three sweaters.

Still need some convincing? Check out some queens making the minimalist life look effortless.

Kairee is a minimalist enthusiast. She loves to elevate basic pieces. For example, she took her favorite sweatshirt to the next level by pairing similar hued pieces with splashes of gold. Her way of life includes ten key pieces, hence her username:

  • Trench
  • Blazer
  • Statement Coat or Jacket
  • Button Down Shirt
  • Breton "striped" T-shirt
  • Midi Skirt
  • Jean (Skinny, Boyfriend, and Flared)
  • Pointy Flat
  • Black Pumps
  • Ankle Boot

Are you feeling the minimalist approach? Let us know how you would rock it in the comments below.

Featured image by Alanna Nicole/Jay Stewart Photo

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