5 Modern Minimalist Fashion Looks: Friday Finds

5 Modern Minimalist Fashion Looks: Friday Finds

Minimalist fashion is all about combining simplicity with style. These looks may rely on basics, but the clean lines, modern silhouettes, and fashion-forward ideals are always on trend.

Great for those who like to keep their appearance clean, fuss-free, and interchangeable, these pieces will meet all of those needs and more. Whether you adhere to casual minimalism all the time, or you prefer to dabble in less-is-more and mix up your style every now and then, this list has universal appeal.

1. Gauzy Knotted Tunic

5 Modern Minimalist Fashion Looks: Friday Finds

This must-have spring and summer layering piece will take you from day to night in a snap. There are several ways this versatile tunic can be worn, including in business casual work settings. The sheer, gauzy style is perfect for layering over a bikini or one piece while poolside, or for hitting up a beachside lounge with a pair of heels and a body slip tucked underneath. Or, knot the front of the tunic and pair it with sleek slacks and a solid tank for the office. Priced at $88.

2. Sleek V-Wire Bodysuit

5 Modern Minimalist Fashion Looks: Friday Finds

Bodysuits are a minimalist’s dream. Throw on one of these babies and some bottoms and you’re ready to head out the door. Heck, you don’t even need a pair of undies! This bodysuit in particular is sleek, chic, and follows some of today’s popular trends. The cold shoulder feature and the V-front notch are subtle, yet sexy, details that bring this bodysuit into the 21st century. Pair with shorts, skirts, jeans, and trousers for plenty of simple mix-and-match looks. Priced at $44.

3. Casual Hooded Romper

5 Modern Minimalist Fashion Looks: Friday Finds

Sporty and laid-back, this casual romper is super cool. Pair with your favorite sneakers or flatforms and a tank, bandeau top, sports bra, or t-shirt, and you’ve got the perfect outfit for warm weather lounging. You could even throw this piece on over a bathing suit for an impromptu swim in the pool. The hoodie and pockets add enough interesting detail without destroying the simplicity of the overall look. This is definitely casual minimalist fashion at its best! Priced at $98.

4. Cool Linen Shirtdress

5 Modern Minimalist Fashion Looks: Friday Finds

Linen should be the fabric mascot for spring and summer. Lightweight, breathable, washable, and flattering, like this simple shirtdress, linen has a lot going for it. Combining the two creates a super wardrobe staple that you’ll wonder how you ever lived without. This dress is perfect for casual outings and weekend jaunts. The lived-in blue goes with so much, while the length and cut are just right. Pair with open-toe mules, aviators, and a sleek, low bun for the perfect minimalist fashion look. Priced at $69.

5. Simple Drawstring Playsuit

5 Modern Minimalist Fashion Looks: Friday Finds

Looking for a casual piece that you’ll practically live in all spring and summer? This playsuit (that also happens to be sustainable) is definitely the answer. Great for tossing on over a bikini and a pair of sandals, or for wearing with a cardigan and wedge espadrilles, you’ll find many uses for this romper. Whether you wear it out, or around the house, this one piece you won’t want to take off anytime soon. Priced at $58.

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