How to build your wardrobe: Minimalist Style

Posted on February 25, 2014

Minimalist Style How to build your wardrobe: Minimalist Style

I’ve always believed that less is more especially when it comes to fashion. Now don’t get me wrong, I love statement jewellery vibrant colours and bold patterns .But at my core I am a minimalist gal and my wardrobe is filled with many shades of neutrals that often create my monochromatic looks.
 

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                                                               The Row /Fall 2014 RTW      New York Fashion Week

Building my wardrobe with neutrals  allows me to wear bold accent pieces while still looking  polished. For me minimalist style means simple , edgy, timeless ,and quality clothing .  As a fat woman  I am thrilled that brands and designers like Mynt 1792,Eloquii, Monif C, Liesl Binx, Stefanie Bezaire are creating contemporary designs for the plus size women. Brands like  Carmakoma  embrace minimalism and create fashion that effortlessly build your wardrobe.
With Sping around the corner brands have released their Spring lookbook and they are filled with florals, black and white, sporty chic, pastels , metallics, ruffles and more. But remember before you buy the latest trend ask yourself the following questions.
Will I wear this next year/season?
Can I wear this item with multiple pieces of clothing
Is this garment high quality and how much am I willing to pay to ensure that it will stand the test of time?
Do I actually like the item?
Why am I buying it?
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Dress, Calvin Klien (similar contemporary here & here)| Coat, Vintage (similar here & here),| boots (old)| Tights, Sonsee Woman
Scarf, Urban Outfitters,| Glasses, Gucci

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Photo by: Jill Andrew

Your style should not be defined by your size!

 

* This is the first post in a series teaching you how to build your wardrobe
   Thank you to  Sonsee Woman for the fabulous tights!

Posted in Minimalist, Uncategorized

  • Delilah D

    I love everything about this look, from the color scheme to the background! Fab!

    • http://www.fatinthecity.com/ fatinthecity

      Thanks so much:)
      xox

  • misslionhunter

    Girl!!! looking so dope! looooooveeee this minimalist look!

    • http://www.fatinthecity.com/ fatinthecity

      Got the jacket from Value Village:)

  • http://cookieschaosncestlavie.blogspot.com/ Daniela

    thanks for this post. i think youre right. as many things as i have in my closet, colorful, patterns, etc. I always seem to miss out on a simple basic tshirt. i will have to start getting some basics!
    cookieschaosncestlavie.blogspot.com/‎

    • http://www.fatinthecity.com/ fatinthecity

      So glad you enjoyed the post. Once you have the basics you can pair them with anything!

  • Lillie Locklear

    I love this look on you…I love the monochromatic look too you can’t tell it but the picture I have on here everything I was wearing was grey except for my necklace which was red….thanks for the great fashion tips!

    • http://www.fatinthecity.com/ fatinthecity

      Thank you so much Lillie!

  • http://www.EatStylePlay.com/ Eat.Style.Play

    LOVE it! Give me that Coat! I finally found a camel coat but it’s not as Minimal as I wanted it to be.

    • http://www.fatinthecity.com/ fatinthecity

      I’ll give you my coat if you can be my personal chef..lol:)

  • DLM

    I am SO on board with that style. Great look.

  • Anesha Sylvia

    I love this post. I feel like that whole minimal style is effortlessly timeless. You look lovely here!

  • garnerstyle

    Ummmmm yess!!! You did this perfectly!!!!! #mouthonfloor

    • http://www.fatinthecity.com/ fatinthecity

      Thank you so much! MEOW!!!!!!!!

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  • Susan Mills McKellep

    Damn, girl, you are FIERCE!