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A fashion blog about weekend style


Filtering by Tag: Sneakers

Minimalist Style

Jessica Wagner

Less Is More

In light of keeping things laid-back and comfy, this weekend I went for a minimal aesthetic.

Classic white sneaks and a denim shirtdress. Perfect for a causal look, the lightweight denim dress is a versatile piece you can style up or down. Dress it up with neutral-toned wedges for a low-key date night, or dress it down with street-style staples like I did for this post. It’s a quick go-to outfit for all season long.

Minimalist styling is majorly on trend. I love how incredibly polished and clean one can look with little effort. 

The key? Less is more.

Impeccably tailored cuts and solid neutral colors, like black, white, tan, grey, and blue are your friends. Interesting proportions and great fabrics add character when trying to achieve this look. Be intentional with your focal point and use structured pieces. Avoid flashy add-on accessories, which can lean "messy."  Let the artistry and design of the clothing shine through. 

Keep in mind, you want to retain your personality, minimalist doesn't mean lifeless and dull! A graphic clutch can speak volumes and add that extra little bit of charm. Swipe on a bright bold lip or go nude. Wear your favorite necklace or signature hairstyle. Stay true to your core self.

Edit for simplicity.  Elude elegance.

It’s all in the details.

This weekend go for minimal expression and leave a maximum impression. Try a great pair of jeans, a white T-shirt, and your favorite slides. That’s it—you’re good to go!

What do you think of minimalist style? Would you ever try a “capsule wardrobe?” (A small intentional closet of minimal pieces.) Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Outfit Details:
Dress: j crew Chambray Shirtdress (similar here) Shoes: Converse Clutch: Banana Republic Jacket: GAP (similar here) Sunglasses: Karen Walker Super Duper Strength Necklace: Stella & Dot Watch: Michael Kors Lipstick: Stila Stay All Day Lipstick in Baci Nails: OPI Taupe-less Beach

Athleisure Layers

Jessica Wagner

style + comfort

Getting dressed this time of year can be perplexing. It’s 29 degrees and snowing one day and 65 and sunny the next. You want to stay warm, look cool. Athleisure is a way to combine style and comfort for a chill (or chilly) day. By wearing a smart mix of lightweight layers between spring and winter, you’re sure to be set.

Athleisure is a stylish spin on the comfy sportswear you slip into on the weekends. It combines athleticwear with pieces from your everyday wardrobe and it’s perfect for a casual day spent lounging. Sure, leggings and sneakers are meant for fitness, but they can look just as fab outside the gym. Tennies with a dainty dress and red lip? Makes perfect sense to me!

The trick to rocking athleisure without looking like you actually just walked out of the gym is in how you style your pieces. When searching for athletic street-wear you want to fuse function and fashion.

I went for a menswear-inspired duster coat. It's a long, lean style you can wear with almost anything. It kept me cozy in fall and is quickly becoming my go-to favorite for spring. You can wear a super simple outfit, throw on this coat and look instantly effortless. Tall and streamlined. When styled with black retro sneakers, this look goes from classic-minimalist to sporty-chic.

Whether it’s leggings with a longer coat and scarf, or a cropped-tee and denim jacket with crisp white sneakers, sporting athleticwear all day has become more acceptable. Think preppy baseball caps, a sporty leather backpack, or letterman style jacket.  It’s also a really accessible look. Fitness brands are working hard to blur lines between the locker room and everyday wear. From a strictly fashion standpoint, it’s a refreshing combo and a great option if you want to look stylish going from the house to the gym.

When shopping for athleticwear ask yourself, “Can I wear this from the yoga studio to the street?” Then enjoy crusin' around the city in your comfy sneaks!

Outfit Details:
Coat: Forever21 Heather Grey Duster (similar here) Hat: Slouchy Knit Beanie (similar here) Top: Cream Waffle Knit (similar here) Jeans: Old Navy Mid-Rise Rockstar Distressed Bag: Zara Reversible Tote Pom Key Ring: (similar here) Sunglasses: Karen Walker Super Duper Strength Shoes: Nike Orive Earring: Etsy Conch Style Piercing by Arthesima Nails: Essie Ballet Slippers Lipstick MAC: Ruby Woo