Don’t worry, I’m not talking about going bare naked. 90’s minimalism seems to be having a revival for Spring ’14. However, thankfully it’s a little more updated and a lot less androgynous. Today’s minimalism is more than being monochromatic in boring shades like head-to-toe beige. You want to think about tonal schemes and clean, modern and even unexpected details like; girlie frills, pastels or even sporty elemants. Just have fun with the look and keep it simple and sleek. Less really is more.
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