Keeping it clean is the fundamental rule when trying out a minimalist look. To be a minimalista, go for fits that have little detail and clean lines, also try to keep things somewhat monochromatic. Minimalist styles are all about unexpected proportions and don’t be afraid of mixing textures. All these elements add to the architectural influence of a minimalist look.
To put things into context, my crisp white shirt is a classic button up shirt that adds to the architectural influence with the asymmetrical design. I also mixed textures with the cotton shirt, knit pants and leather jacket. The unexpected proportions are in the form of the asymmetrical shirt and the fit and flare pants. I added the rose detail necklace to add some personality to my outfit.
Lastly I’d like to note that flared pants are a must have this A/W 2016 and we can’t deny the class they add to any look. Solange Knowles does it best and I am obsessed with her outfit that was a design collab by Saint Heron (@saintheronshop) and C/MEO Collective (@cmeocollective). Dust pink and flared pants? Yes please!!!!
White shirt- Forever 21 // Grey knit pants-Forever 21 // Necklace & earrings Miglio Jewellery
Photos by: Lebogang Maroleng (@l_maroleng)