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Who is @minimalist.aesth
Minimalist Aesthetics is a Daily style inspo Curated by @therealammarah
Ammarah’s love for fashion, style, prints and all things clothing, not just clothing but easy step pieces - has allowed her to channel her way into the fashion world and ultimately bring to life her little get away spot that everyone has access to: Minimalist Aesthetics
You may want to know what is the meaning of Minimalist Clothing? And the answer is as simple as it gets “Simple Clothing” ...Simplicity is Key!
Ammarah hopes that through your browsing and messing around with all things fashion, you’ll most certainly walk away feeling inspired with a closet full of new ideas!
Get to know your wardrobe
Creating a minimalist wardrobe isn’t about buying a whole new wardrobe. It’s about conscious consumption.
STEP 1: TAKE STOCK OF YOUR INVENTORY
-know what you have and what you need
-what are you trying to achieve? Do you want to be able to transition from day to night easily?
-having a clear idea of what direction you’re going in and what’s inside your closet will help you get there!
STEP 2: DEFINE YOUR STYLE
-If you’re not quite sure, take a look in your closet.
-What makes you feel the best?
-Another great place to start defining your style is Pinterest. Start this by creating a StyleBoard
-Dont think too hard about it, whatever makes you happy PIN IT
-Once you define your style clearly, you’re going to want to stick to it!
STEP 3: DECLUTTER
-one of the most difficult processes to get through
-remove everything from your closet and make three piles(Yes, No and Needs)
-Get rid of any items that don’t fit, flatter or make you feel good. Likewise, toss anything that doesn’t fit your style schema, is in bad condition or you know you’ll never wear
-If you’re unsure about some pieces, box them up for a month or two and see if you change your mind
STEP 4: BUILD OUT YOUR CAPSULE COLLECTION
-Start with a classic capsule
-20 to 40 pieces of clothing, shoes and accessories(each to their own)
-Make a list of what you’re missing based on your lifestyle and what you wrote down in Step 1.
Finally, before you run out to buy what’s on your list, prioritize and budget. Do you really need every piece on your list? If so, invest in pieces that are well-made, tailored, comfortable, stylish and timeless.