There’s an art to dressing simply. When done right, minimalist style can look pretty effortless. But the truth is, a simple wardrobe is very intentional and requires some thought upfront to make getting dressed a breeze. Keep scrolling as we share three spring-inspired looks that are as straightforward as they are sharp.
No color necessary
Working with neutrals is great because it’s one of the easiest ways to pull an outfit together. If you tend to stick to a classic black-and-white color combination, we recommend pieces that have texture, structure, or unique details to take your look a step further. They keep your outfit from feeling flat by adding depth and interest to the overall finish. To add a bit of variation in tone, we added gray shorts, but you could just as easily incorporate any color you’re feeling.
Inspired by nature
We’re taking note of the fresh and laid-back vibes of the spring season and channeling that into our outfits. Equipped with a calming color palette and simple basics, this outfit is great for wherever the weekend takes you. An earth-toned crewneck paired with shorts in a brighter sky-blue color feel fresh and easy. Round out the look with a lightweight bomber and sleek accessories to give this otherwise simple look a touch of polish.
Throw on and go
Any excuse to wear sweatpants, we’ll take it. Joggers with a longline silhouette are flattering, especially with a tapered fit. We suggest pairing them with another spring essential: the knit Henley. The versatility of this top is great because it looks just as good alone as it would layered under another piece. To ensure the entire outfit reflects a little effort, try adding a touch of color—it truly goes a long way.
What all of these outfits have in common are the simple, streamlined pieces that serve as their foundations. Remember, style doesn’t have to be complicated.