Minimal

MINIMAL

 
 
 

Back in 2014 I was introduced to Normcore denim and oversized shirt by the Olsen's twins, after that I got my 501 denim and my Birkenstock flats. At that time I was reading Quiet by Susan Cain and The Minimalist. So I end up rebuilding my life around slow living and It made sense to adapt the style as well. It was exactly what I needed to find myself and my happiness. 

 
 
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This is my everyday look this winter. I love the mix of laid back with tailored men inspired pieces. I even still look girly which I don't mind at all. I think everything I am wearing here are items I bought and truly fell in love with. I have one black ankle boot which I wear almost every time I go out.

We don't need much in life, just a simple black ankle boot and a cup of coffee. I want to live as minimal as I could. Not just to adapt a style of meaningful life but also to define my style and give myself that peace of mind.

 
 
 
 
Minimalism itself is far more concerned with living intentionally, living elegantly through simplicity, living purposefully while enjoying the material possessions you own without giving those possessions too much significance.
— The Minimalist