Minimalist style reigns supreme from the runway to the streets. -By Mughni Che Din

There is nothing “basic” about minimalist fashion. Making its mark in the ‘90s, this fashion trend made a triumphant comeback as seen on the catwalks to the streets of major fashion weeks putting a simpler, crisp and clean aesthetics back in focus. 

Defined by one major principle which is “less-is-more”, the popularity of the clean-lined outfits, which often play with proportion over prints (think slouchy mannish trousers, scandi-cool shirts, column sheath dresses and sleeveless tops), may derive as much from a sustainability perspective as from a sartorial one. 

However, despite what it might look like – rack upon rack of monochrome garment in modest cuts – this trend is anything but bland. Think of how a capsule wardrobe declutters your life, minimalist outfit declutters your look. Be creative, and have fun getting back to basics in the sleekest way possible. 

Check out A-JANE’s guide to ace the perfect minimalist look. 

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