Minimalism in fashion has been in the rising for the past few years, and there’s no sign that it is going to be ceased anytime soon. Street goers everywhere were adorned in casual effortless ensembles with the same shades from their head to their toe, most commonly in the black to white spectrum. But while dressing in a minimalist manner is usually characterized with neutral shades, it’s not necessarily limited to that.
One point in minimalist dressing is the lack of highlight or having only a minimum amount of it. Thus, to nail the look, one focal point should be chosen while the rest are kept at base. So here’s an idea we’d like to offer: color. Chose only one of them, and wear the similar shades from you head to your toe. Match three of your clothing pieces at the very least, and you’d be looking like a maximalist by just using a minimalist approach. True that you can’t go wrong with neutrals, but if you aim to make a statement, you can also opt for colors instead. Here are some very well-done ensembles to inspire your net singular-shades dress up session.