wearing COS skirt, H&M jacket, ZARA knitted top, ETUI LONDON bag, H&M shoes
I have been cutting down to simple shaped and bold coloured clothes lately. Simplicity is key. My style has surely been influenced by the art school I'm attending this year. It is no surprise that art students get influenced by their work and the surroundings they frequent. My school is very conceptual oriented and I noticed a lot of student tend to have a very minimalistic view point and aesthetic. There's something peculiar about minimalistic style and how it's quite tempting to have a go at it. Although it might seem quite simple to achieve a simplistic appearance, I think there's a hole meaning and lifestyle that goes behind it. In my opinion it is firstly a way of living-that I believe Scandinavian master. These past months I feel that my style has been a mixture between simplistic wardrobe pieces such as black and white essentials and, staying true to my love of bold colours. I've always been keenly interested and appreciative of Scandinavian culture. I mean common', they do have the most beautiful furniture and clothing companies not to mention their great mindset and landscapes and oh well a lot of great things. I'm probably rambling a little here but I thought I would share my love for their culture.