The minimalism mindset "less is more" is a creed that we'll all surely benefit from. But dressing in this manner doesn't mean you're limited to fewer stylish pieces. If anything, adapting the minimalist style stretches your creativity as you strive to stand out with less things to wield. One effective and yet oh-so-simple way in doing so is to learn how to layer!
Below, we round up five classy, stylish, and fuss-free ways you can layer like a minimalist.
Mix together neutral colors.
One that makes a minimalist aesthetically clean and chic is the color scheme. Mixing grays, whites, and blacks can make a dynamic outfit without trying too hard. This trick can also work with a warm palette. Beige, tan, and cream will make you look put together with the least amount of effort required.
Stick to one color.
Got no time to thkink which colors to match? No problem! Just throw on a co-ord set and add a third piece in the same color. And voila! You've got yourself a quick and easy 'fit that looks expensive and cool.
Incorporate classic patterns in tonal hues.
It's a mistake to think that minimalism does not allow prints and patterns. The trick is to opt for classic ones that can be treated as a neutral. Think stripes, checks, argyle, and even houndstooth!
Go for basics.
Pieces like button downs, tees, vests, and straight leg jeans are classic basics for a reason—they look good no matter what. Throw them all on and call it a day!
If you're not into prints, why not up ante in the texture department? Not only will you look sharper and more unique, you can also effortlesly weave textured pieces into your wardrobe.