A minimalist underscores dressing and has a less is more approach which creates a strong sense of presence of its own. The style has the tendency to skew masculine by engaging simple lines and brazenly adorning accessories. The fact that these clothes are understated in design and easier by colouring sets up a certain demand akin to Kim Kardashian. A minimalist’s persona is equally mundane but in high demand that provides a sense of finish and appropriateness, something that I’m longing for.
This made more sense to form a relationship with Navy, as it is a key colour for spring. Apart from the usual monochromatic outfits featured here and here, wearing it gave me that sense of freedom outside the playgrounds of work and a chance to rebel against my schooled ideals and entirety that black was an accustomed uniform. I considered why I've never worn navy before and to be honest, I just didn’t know how to wear it. I was used to the feasibility of wearing black, to the point where the thought of wearing blue, left me feeling just that. Black gave me more of an edge, a deathly sentence worth spending.
Opting to wear the trousers with a white turtleneck from American Apparel and complement the blue tones of my Zara Coat with cream Kurt Geiger heels as accessory gives a refreshing appeal to day dressing, when mourning the night before in black is no longer an option. In this perspective of my coordinated approach, with a colour so endearing I’ve ignited a sense of self-sabotage creating chaos in turning my wardrobe into a mass destruction. I’ve become an extremist and there is no middle ground with my wardrobe and the everyday battles I have formed against my style a choice that as of yet, ceases to reign.