I'm generally a get-straight-to-the-point type of gal. I like simplicity and being easy-going. So why not translate that more into my style? Now, don't get me wrong, I do enjoy my slice of ambiguity and all things crazy, wild, and wonderful; however, sometimes a clean, crisp, and simple style really hits the spot.
I've been completely inspired by the monochromatic and minimalistic look lately; and I want to adopt a more minimal style: one with less fuss and simpler pieces. Sometimes I get lazy with my style, yet I still want to look put-together, so I end up forcing myself to think long and hard about compiling a good outfit. By incorporating more basic items into my closet, it will be easier to just throw on something quickly and still look pretty darn put-together.
This doesn't mean I want to cut out all color and pattern from my wardrobe; I just want to mix in more basic colors (black and white), classic pieces, and simple silhouettes. The details count: tasteful cutouts, strappy detailings, and different textures and layers can add more character to otherwise basic pieces.
So I guess it's time to save up some cash for a new wardrobe and do some spring style cleaning.