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I remember as a little girl I used to wear loads of skirts and dresses. I don’t know if it was just because my mum dressed me in it or because I liked to wear it. But as I grew up, dresses and skirts started to replace trousers and jeans. It came to the point that my dad pushed me to go shopping and buy something ‘ girly ‘. But I came back with a new pair of jeans. Everything changed after my 26th birthday. Don’t expect radical change, but the more feminine side of me started to come to life. As the years past by I curated my skirts and dress wardrobe to a nice collection. And last few days I’ve been thinking about what would be like to have a feminine but still minimalistic wardrobe. That’s what I came with, that would be mine feminine basics.
Wrap Blouse // Coat // Dress // Loose Shirt sold out similar here // Sleevless Shirt // Skirt // Jeans // Belted Blouse // Knit Top // Tote // Crossbody Bag // Sunglasses // Earrings //
How To Build Feminine Minimalist Capsule Wardrobe
My feminine capsule wardrobe would be full of blouses with interesting details. I love to wear shirts and blouses but they are simple and more as boyfriend style. Nothing wrong with it, I like it the way as it is. This post is about a different approach to a minimalist wardrobe. I just play around with the style as I did with the colour wardrobe, here and here.
Feminine wardrobe tends to contain more skirts, dresses and high heels. So have a look below how I would style my feminine wardrobe.
This post is for all of us who thinks feminine has to be full of colours, flowers and ruffles. As you can see feminine wardrobe can be in neutral colours, simple but with interesting details.
If you like more inspiration, please have a look at my Pinterest or for more minimalist outfits have a look at these posts.
This post is more about visual inspiration than actual advice what you need to look at when you’re browsing for a new piece to add to your wardrobe. Hope you enjoyed it and please let me know your thoughts in the comments. Also, what would you like to see more of on my website? Do you have any piece what you struggle to style? Let me know about it and I prepare a post with this item. To help you to have more wear of your wardrobe.