Minimalism. It’s everywhere. From the early quarantine era of KonMari decluttering of your home, minimalist YouTube vlogs, to Apple products, we’re living in a post-minimalist world. And we’re totally here for it. Minimalism offers sensibility in its simplicity, and is a style philosophy that allows your to embrace the essentials.  Form follows function.  This week, we’re facing the movement on a budget with a capsule wardrobe of not-so-basic basics that can be elegant and put together with ease.

SHEIN Premium’s “New Classic” line  is a great starter for those new to minimalist style. The pieces are designed for the wearer to look and feel elevated while still being affordable. You’ll love the higher quality fabrics, chic design and construction, and there are new arrivals added weekly.
The Black Trouser
The black trouser is like the foundation to any good wardrobe. It’s office and meeting ready, and can pair with any top and feel elevated.
The Linen Trouser
The summer-ized version of your work pants, and they’re sleek, tailored and breathable too.
The Pleated Skirt
For days you don’t need pants. This violet one is a pleated version which adds a nice texture and pop of color to a mostly neutral palette.
The Essential Top
Seriously obsessed with this mock neck. The fabric has a nice stretch so you know you’ll look chic but also secretly stay comfy.
The White Tee
The white t-shirt is probably the most sough-after piece in a minimalist wardrobe because once you find the holy grail, there’s no turning back. This one fits just right, has a nice stretch, and isn’t see through.
The Co-ord Set
The no-brainer two piece set of summer dreams. This one is breezy enough for a warmer day, and double as separates.
The Floral Dress
Florals are the new neutrals, and they’re not going anywhere. Have fun in this one.
The No Fuss Dress
We love that this dress exudes chicness while still being low maintenance – a total win win.
Happy quarantine, and hope you’re enjoying the minimalist lifestyle!