Wearing: H&M Trend Grey Coat (sold out but find similar here and here), ASOS Slip Ons (old but shop alternatives here and here), Levi’s Jeans c/o Levi’s Germany, Maison Cashmere Sweater (buy similar here) c/o Maison Cashmere, Céline Sunglasses c/o SmartBuyGlasses, and a Mansur Gavriel Bucket Bag
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Ahh minimalism, probably one of the most overused and misused terms in fashion. While some may argue that minimalism can’t be separated from its philosophy/lifestyle, I do think it is an aesthetic in its own right when it comes to fashion and outfits. Minimalism is fundamentally all about paring down something to its bare essentials when assembling an outfit, but it also is in terms of wardrobe if you stick to the philosophy. This is why I don’t consider myself a minimalist, since as a fashion blogger, I constantly update my wardrobe and receive products from brands. While my style is for most of the part influenced by the aesthetics, it is not limited to it, since this would mean that I would have to stop wearing what I feel like and stick to a set of characteristics. For me, this would mean to miss out the fun in a lot of things that fashion offers as a medium of self expression.Enough of that, since I will go a bit deeper into this topic in another post.
If you’re looking for casual minimal outfit ideas to wear this fall that are anything but boring and that consist of stuff you might already have in your wardrobe which you can mix and match to create different casual and effortless looks, read ahead for outfits that will look visually interesting and feel comfy at the same time.
And the list could go on forever… That is the great thing about minimalism: It makes you think of endless outfit combinations with what you already own, so focusing on high-quality and clean basics free of prints or of decorated fabrics is a must.
Do you have any favorites from the minimal outfit ideas I listed or any of your own? Let me know in the comments below. x
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