Luxury fashion and minimal streetwear are slowly becoming more and more synonymous in today’s latest trends. Fashion has always been a gateway for many young adults to express their inner self which is why the industry is continuously evolving.
For modern-day fashionistas, the way you dress and carry yourself equally reflects their sense of individuality and belief system. At the same time, the desire to belong within a certain group or fascet helps us to subconsciously relate to others and even to strangers. Fashion allows us to connect in a non-communicative sense.
It also allows us to connect with others through our preferences since fashion has many different categories. Streetwear is a melting pot of different subcategories that developed throughout the years. For minimal streetwear, it defines the essence of the statement “less is more” and focuses on the simplicity of design.
Minimal streetwear also emphasizes the aesthetic of plain clothing with little to absolutely no graphics. It also accentuates pieces of an outfit that would otherwise be overlooked just like accessories and especially footwear. For minimal streetwear, shoes can be used as the main focal point of an outfit as a whole.
In this article, we’re going to talk about the basic things you need to achieve the overall aesthetic of minimal streetwear. We’ll also talk about how each article of clothing plays a key role in the look you’re going for.
Whether you’re wearing a shirt, t-shirt, or sweater, most of the time your top is the first thing most people notice about your outfit. This is the reason why selecting the right top that matches your overall outfit is necessary for streetwear. Knowing the right colors that match your complexion has a huge influence on how the outfit will come together.
If you don’t want to try bold colors, earth tones are always safer options because they tend to match any skin color. Additionally, since many streetwear brands are influenced by sports like basketball and skateboarding, most people tend to go for a baggier fit. However, you always have to consider whether the fit of your shirt and pants can go well together in terms of aspect ratio.
Outerwear is often considered the final piece to complete any outfit. It’s important to keep in mind, however, that jackets are not only for aesthetic purposes but also serve as protection from outdoor elements.
There are many choices when it comes to outerwear and the two main factors you need to consider when picking the right one are the occasion and weather condition. Wearing a jacket that is a different color from your top also helps accentuate your outfit by giving it more definition.