Whether you are simply looking to update your wardrobe with pieces that will last for seasons to come, or are currently looking for womens wholesale clothing, here is our guide for the kind of pieces you simply must pick up to nail the minimalist style.
The past few seasons in the fashion world have each brought us reinvented trends from the past with several decades now influencing what you would find in the wardrobe of any woman. The 2020 season is no different and has brought yet another favourite from a bygone decade back: ‘90s minimalism. This offers us the perfect opportunity to update your wardrobe with classic colours and staple silhouettes that you will return to time and time again.
Here are our top picks of the key pieces you’ll need to achieve the minimalist style.
Polka Dot Prints
A summer staple and wardrobe favourite of women since the ‘40s and ‘50s, polka dots have been gracing runways this season on all types of womenswear pieces from classic dresses to modern shirts and flattering skirts.
For a truly timeless staple, opt the classic combination of a black and white polka dot pattern that’s pretty much guaranteed to never go out of fashion. For a more modern, yet still minimalist take on this print, embrace all things colourful and instead choose a polka dot print that features bright hues.
The ultimate multitasker, the midi skirt looks just at home in the office as it does on a Friday night out. This versatile skirt style comes in a wide range of different materials from leather to fabric and even knitted, ensuring that you will find the perfect one to match your current style.
Flash some leg with a slit hem if you dare, or play around with different silhouettes by choosing a fitted or flared garment. Whatever you opt for, one thing is for certain, a midi skirt will become the workhorse of your wardrobe in no time at all.
Having graced many runways this season, the classic double-breasted trench coat with its belted waist and voluminous design has yet again proven that is a wardrobe staple. Iconic brands like Burberry have become the masters of crafting the perfect trench coat along with the likes of Dior, Louis Vuitton and Gucci in more recent years.
There’s no need to mess with perfection so you don’t even have to think about which type of trench coat to invest in. For the purists, only a light-coloured number in a classic silhouette will do.
Plenty of suits have made their way down the runways this season in both menswear and womenswear with a distinctly ‘70s vibe. Although the top style this season have been suits with shorts rather than trousers, of course, you can easily give this trend a miss as it’s unlikely to last past this season.
Instead, opt for a long sleeve bodysuit as this style has remained in fashion for decades so will likely age well in your wardrobe too. As for trousers, it’s not so much about the style as it is about the fit. When it comes to suits trousers, make sure that yours are tailored to fit you perfectly as this will go a long way in how they look.