Ever thought of rocking those bomb heels/ankle boots with a tracksuit? Um, probably not, but it’s a 2016 and oh what a time to be alive. The rise of the ‘athleisure’ aesthetic makes it totally acceptable AND très chic to wear your sportswear with formal wear. In this post I’ve recreated a look from one of my favourite designers Vetements by sporting a two piece tracksuit with boots and a trench coat. You can also switch up the look by just wearing the track pants or top separately, whatever you’re comfy with. To top it all off you can dress it down just as effortlessly by putting on a pair of trendy sneakers.
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.
I’m pretty sure you might argue against my title and affirm that the saying actually goes as follows; “out with the old, in with the new.” I would then just remind you (if you’ve been following this blog) that we don’t dabble with convention around these parts.
So I’ve been meaning to try out this trend for a little while now (about a couple of years lol) ever since I saw it on Rihanna, but I just didn’t quite get it. Anyway Rih is like the Queen of slay so she can literally get away with what us plebeians can only dream of trying.
“take this good advice. If they’re gonna judge you for life. Say we can’t always be fly. We gon’ be good long as them sneakers white.”
-Wale, The white shoes
People always have something to say about you, the way you talk, the things you do and the clothes you wear. I’m personally not here for that anymore. You’ve got to put that aside and step into your purpose.