French Minimalist Capsule Wardrobe
The modern French woman loves to be stylish, but doesn’t want to waste time shopping and deciding how to dress herself. A French minimalist capsule wardrobe is one way that she maximizes her time to realize and pursue her passions. The strategy of designing a stylish, French minimalist wardrobe can work for you too.
I love the elegance of the French minimalist wardrobe and the women who helped to design it. Enigmatic fashion designer, Coco Chanel, was one of the “simplicity equals elegance” movement and her designs remain timeless.
When in doubt about style, look no further than France. The French have cornered the market on simplicity and style – from their remarkable foods to the way they live their everyday lives.
A French minimalist capsule wardrobe combines culture with lifestyle – and it’s a look that you and I can accomplish easily with a bit of guidance. I look for quality and style in every piece of clothing and accessories I keep in my wardrobe. I don’t mind paying a bit more for an item if it’s of a quality that will last forever.
Here’s an example of what the basic French minimalist wardrobe might look like:
Of course, the beginnings of any minimalist wardrobe depend on where you live and how the climate might affect planning your clothing pieces for comfort. All of these items are very chic and casual. The French dress with a sense of casualness that requires little effort – something I greatly admire.
I used to think that looking amazing on a limited budget was impossible, but the French minimalist capsule wardrobe proved me wrong. Here are five types of clothing pieces that can help you accessorize and decide on items to add for elegance and style: