Less Is More: How To Really Master The Minimalist Trend This Season

Less Is More: How To Really Master The Minimalist Trend This Season
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From Céline to Michael Kors, this season’s runways highlighted pared-down looks that were understated, elegant, and utterly chic. So when it comes to our personal winter wardrobe, we’re thinking that less is definitely more.

Of course, minimalist style is often easier said than done, so it’s key to seek out sleek silhouettes in classic, solid colors, and simple fabrics that feel great and only look expensive.

Need more specific help? Get started maximizing your style with the minimalist pieces featured in the slideshow above!

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Click through the slideshow to see key pieces to achieve the minimalist look this winter!

Nothing says chic like a solid brushed silk blouse. White is always a good option, but, at this price, you can stock up in multiple colors. Everlane Silk Blouse in White; $80; at everlane.com

These high shine sateen skinny pants slip on like a glove and add sophistication to any look. J Brand 815 Luxe Sateen High Shine Super Skinny; $185; at jbrandjeans.com

An alternative to a chunky or puffy winter coat is a wool cape with a sleek silhouette. Michael Kors Pea Coat Cape; $295; at neimanmarcus.com

A sleek pair of high heeled leather boots are a winter staple.  These are the most comfortable and lightweight ones we've ever worn. Ecco Sculptured 75 Shoetie; $170; at us.shop.ecco.com

A simple pendant gives your look a touch of sparkle without going over the top. Splurge Item: Elsa Peretti; Diamonds By The Yard Pendant; $2,750; at tiffany.com

Smooth leather, rich color, and simple structure are the elements of a perfect minimalist handbag. Coach Borough Bag; $898; at coach.com

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