The issue with being a self-declared minimalist in seasons like this one, early autumn of the year 2016 to be specific, is that it can be hard to keep your wardrobe's contents to a, well, minimum.
You'll try to build a seasonally-appropriate minimalist wardrobe opting for fewer, but better things, and find yourself in a bit of a pickle when you discover that there are just so many good emerging (and established) designers out there that the options are seemingly endless.
The problem is not a bad one – it's just that the talent out there is so good it can be hard to keep your shopping list at a minimum.
And so, with September temperatures cooling off those mornings and evenings...with a birthday looming and a personal commitment to keeping my gift requests practical (pay off my student loans, anyone?)...and with those sartorial goals raging hard, I've put together an ode to fall 2016's gorgeous, layerable simplicity in literal shopping list form.
The end result will be that either a) writing this post was enough to quench my thirst and will keep me from buying everything here and more
b) I'll buy everything here and more.
We'll just have to see. In the meantime, here are a few favorite fall pieces:
rest ring by faris ($165)
francoise dress by doen ($268)
lazaro boot by loq ($375)
ribbed sweater top ($59.50)
robe coat by ashley rowe ($295)
large trine necklace by young frankk ($106-186)
sound dress in silver ($80)
mynx crop tee by negative underwear ($55) – hi, layering
For more crazy-good emerging designer finds, hop on over to the directory.