It’s time to consider minimalism your personal style. Clean lines, simple shapes, neutral palette – this is what minimalism is characterised by. Your style essentials are a boyish shirt, statement white pants, tunics, and a simple white T-shirt.
Minimalistic clothes were introduced by Phoebe Philo who loaded her fall 2010 Céline collection with wide-legged high-waist pants and silk blouses. A spring summer 2011 fashion abounds in silky, simple separates, neutral tones, and white-washed palettes. The difference is about the futuristic utilitarian details.
How to sport minimalism? Basically this trend is very much connected with colours and a form. Make sure your wardrobe contains a pair of statement wide-legged white trousers in style of Coco Chanel as seen in Jason Wu and Dsquared2. If you prefer to accentuate rather than hide, choose white flare capris as seen in Gianfranco Ferré and Moschino.
The chic simplicity, and the wearability have application to efortlessly stylish ethereal dresses and tunics. The predominance of white, ivory, and other pale shades are the keys to indulge in modern minimalism. Infinitely flattering and easy with a clean, minimal feel, minimalistic dresses were showcased in Yigal Azrouël, Rag & Bone and Calvin Klein.
Taking these clues into consideration, we’re left with a surprising summary: as of a spring 2011 fashion, less is more!