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Creative Bea Marquez will make you love wearing neutral pieces.
Freelance designer and artist Bea Marquez is undoubtedly a fan of an unpretentious lifestyle. A quick scroll through her Insta-feed, and you’ll be greeted with the minimalist corners of her modest yet well-designed abode and her equally aesthetic, fuss-free OOTDs that you’ll want to
That spotless white-and-wood interior design combo is totally au courant. Ira Oyco-Millare's home is a flawlessly neat exhibit, while Mikka Padua's space is subtly bohemian and eclectically charming. Goes to show how versatile and rewarding the white-and-wood motif can be! However, if you've
You have to see the before and after photos of Gee Cuevas's home in Singapore!
Looking at these bright, immaculate spaces, you might be thinking: How can I possibly achieve this in my own home? On some days, even the tangles of cluter on our bedside tables are already a little too confrontational. Well, you're in for a
Here's how to slowly become a digital minimalist!
After a year of lockdown, we hold our phones closer to our hearts than ever. This isn't even a bad thing! We should be done feeling guilty about skyrocketing screen time statistics, seeing as we use our devices for work, school, socialization,
Her wardrobe is filled with basic pieces you'll also want to have.
YouTuber Ashley Yap reminds us time and again that minimalist outfits are always the way to go when you're stumped on what to wear. They’ll never let you down! Now, if you need further proof, we rounded up Ashley’s best OOTDs to
They're perfect for your off-duty looks!
No matter the day or occasion, bags will always serve as a functional accessory to carry. When heading out, it keeps all of our essentials in one place and ultimately saves us from the hassle of losing our valuables. Although there’s evidently
These online stores that will inspire you to shop for everyday, minimalist pieces.
Minimalist dressing has been making waves online with the likes of Nadine Lustre, Ida Anduyan, and David Guison sporting understated streetwear and loungewear pieces perfect for the new normal “stay-at-home” lifestyle. With the onset of COVID-19 restrictions and safety protocols, styling priorities
Live with intention.
Minimalists are people who aim to be more content with less material things. They live with intention. Every purchase or each item they bring into their lives should serve a purpose.TOP STORY: BJ Pascual Reveals the Inspiration Behind Nadine Lustre’s Jaw-Dropping Birthday PhotoshootWe
Want to dress like every cool girl on IG? Here’s how.
I think we can all agree that what is considered “aesthetic” through the years is ever changing. There was a time when highly saturated OOTDs against picturesque landscapes (remember Nicole Warne and Tara Milk Tea’s early travelgrams?) were considered the Instagram standard,
Obsessed with sleek footwear?
The world may currently be besotted with crazy, colorful Y2K fashion, but there are others who still have a place in their hearts for the minimalism that started in the 1990s. Given its discreet elegance and effortless sophistication, it’s safe to say
Keep these in your vanity, always!
Downsizing your makeup collection shouldn't be as scary as it sounds. One way to approach is keeping the products that make the biggest difference without requiring that much effort. It also helps if they're multi-purpose, since they can take the place of other not-so-essential items.
Looking for a washable cloth face masks to wear?
It looks like we'll be wearing cloth face masks for a while. It is imperative for everyone to wear a mask when going outside for your and everyone else's protection. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Protection (CDC), cloth masks
You can wear them in so many different ways!
The best perk of streamlining your wardrobe into a minimalist one is that getting dressed is such a breeze. You barely have to worry if things match or not, because a closet full of neutral hues and classic items almost guarantees that they would. That said,
They're perfect for mixing and matching!
The onslaught of people working out at home since quarantine in Metro Manila began has been both inspiring and a little bit nauseating—the pressure to reach your fitness goals seems more inescapable than ever and yet motivation levels are fluctuating (to put
We found 10 local online shops that will complement your closet with easy day-to-day 'fits.
Foolproof your wardrobe with these minimalist pieces that will look good on you without a doubt. What's more, you only need little to zero effort to put them together so it's a lot easier getting dressed every day. And to top it
Indulge in these no-fail ensembles.
The minimalist trend began in the 1990s, perhaps as a palate cleanser for the loud and extravagant ‘80s. In that decade, relaxed silhouettes in beige, black, and white reigned supreme, like pencil skirts matched with turtlenecks, column dresses, and slip dresses. Languor
Spend the new year without the unnecessary clutter!
As part of our efforts to keep an orderly home, we do some "spring cleaning" around this time of the year. I have the tendencies of a hoarder, but my husband keeps me in check (aka, he throws stuff away). I have
Update your go-to no-fuss footwear!
There is so much to love about owning no-fuss minimalist shoes. For one, they go with almost everything in your closet, which makes each pair a worth-it buy. The good news is that minimalist sandals are a huge trend in 2019 (though they never really
So delicate and pretty!
While '90s-inspired chokers may no longer be the most stylish thing nowadays, it has shifted into a new breed of choker necklaces that remain to be popular. Instead of being chunky, now they take a minimalist, delicate, and dainty form that can
There’s no denying that delicate and stackable accessories have made a comeback in recent years. The simple gold chain and pendant necklace, paired with stackable rings and tiny ear piercings or hoops, are part of a staple ”cool girl lewk” for fashion