Just don’t call it minimalistic. The new minimalistic fashion has been big business ever since the recession hit. Style-conscious people—be they designer, stylist, buyer or, quite simply, avid shopper—suddenly realized that solid, classic investment pieces were the best idea around. The idea behind the new minimalism revolves around simple throw-on pieces that actually aren’t simple at all to design and produce. This trends comes armed with subtle details to make even the simplest item (take a blouse, for example) seem like the most exciting thing you’ve ever seen. Designers from J.W.Anderson to Stella McCartney have also played with volume, shape and a seriously practical spectrum of utilitarian colors that go with literally everything you own already. There are plenty of creative ways you can tap into minimalist fashion. If your fashion approach has always been “less is more,” join the gang. Take a look at the gallery below and scroll to the bottom for shopping links.
Entire outfit: Zara
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