I wouldn’t go so far as to say that I’ve converted to a minimalist wardrobe, but I would say I’ve come pretty close. Since moving back to Australia late last year, I’ve successfully downsized my wardrobe. That’s not to say it was by choice (it wasn’t), rather there were some pretty unapologetic luggage allowances to thank during the doomed year that was 2020. You can fill in the blanks.
Everything I own now is everything I deemed timeless. Perhaps it is a part of growing up and entering your late twenties, or perhaps it is a silent assassin style evolution. Whatever the case, my wardrobe taste buds are less inclined to follow trends and more interested in timeless, classic pieces.
Enter project black & beige wardrobe.
Since I was living in LA many moons ago (August 2018), I’ve been obsessed with Revolve. They stock all of my favourite brands from both the United States and Australia, even some of my favourite European brands like Nanushka. And as a one-click-wonder type of shopper myself, I’ve been
And as for the rest of my wardrobe? I’ve kept it pretty minimal with a mix of beige, browns, caramels and creams. I’m a bit of a sucker for a classic cut and down stray toward anything to revealing – there’s something to be said about making your own trends in a world that is following them.
Because we’re in fall here in the Southern Hemisphere, I went a little click-happy when adding sweaters to my cart. This Lilian Puffer Jacket is my favourite buy of the season as it keeps me warm on my way in and out of pilates classes. My next pick getting the most wear this season is the Lovelle Zip Up Sweater from Tularosa. I wear this just as much as the Jaelyn Pullover by Camillo Ceolho, who has really nailed the casual slight 70’s vibe with her colours, textures and tones. My jeans are by GRLFRND who I really think do the best jeans in terms of quality, style and cut. They’re always ahead of the curve!