Minimalist Style

Minimal Blogger Style, Cos, Everlane
Everlane Shirt, Cos Pants
Dear Survivor Collar Necklace, Everlane Top
Dear Survivoir Necklace, Copper Necklace
Everlane Loafers, Minimalist Style
Everlane Structure Top, Dear Survivor

As I’m getting older (almost 31!) I’m starting to gravitate towards minimalism: neutral color palettes, clean lines and texture. My go-to places to shop for minimalist fashions are Everlane and COS. Today I’m combining them both in one outfit! I picked up this structure tee last year and it’s one of my favorites. It’s boxy but that’s what makes it interesting. I just picked up these tie waist trousers from COS last week. I have been looking for a pair of black pants for spring and these are perfect. The fabric is really lightweight and the tie waist is a fun touch. I really wanted these paperbag bow tied crops from Anthro last year but I waited too long and they sold out of my size. So when I saw these I knew I had to get them! They are a little more than I usually spend on a pair of pants but I consider them a closet staple so I decided to make the purchase*.

I also have to mention this amazing collar necklace. Dear Survivor specializes in handmade leather goods and jewelry – like this amazing copper collar necklace. And 10% off all the proceeds go to supporting human trafficking survivors in California. Christine is the founder and designer of Dear Survivor and you can read more about her story here.

Outfit Details:
Everlane Top
COS Pants (similar)
Everlane Loafers (similar)
Dear Survivor Necklace
H&M Sunglasses

*You may have noticed that I’m spending a little more on items than I usually do. I’m trying to invest in quality pieces over quantity. So items that I feel are essential in my closet I’m going to spend a little more on. It’s also because in a year or so my husband and I are moving back to the east coast where my husband will switch jobs from Assistant Director to Farmer. Which means our income will decrease significantly and I might not be able to spend a lot of money on clothes! (So Sad). So I’m trying to fill as many holes in my closet and hopefully get some nice pieces that will last a long time!

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  1. I think you look fabulous, and the shoes add a nice touch of interest. I just did a post on quality vs quantity ( if you’re interested) —everyone has their own opinion, but I almost think it’s better to spend the extra on one of a kind items. The black pants look great on you, but it’s my theory that you probably could find some less expensive ones too! I guess as I’ve gotten older, I realize pretty much nothing lasts forever. jodie

  2. Thanks for linking up to Top of the World Style. Tomorrow is the 50th. I hope you can make it. I love this outfit. The pale pink with black is so elegant. The necklace is a real head turner.