Shirt: Goodwill, $3 // Blazer: Vintage via Goodwill, $5 // Jeans: Tilt, $18 // Shoes: Vintage, thrifted, $1
I put on this outfit as you see it and was satisfied. Then, I found myself feeling obligated to add an accessory though I didn't want to. That got me to thinking about the concept of simplicity. Is it lazy to dress simply? Can only certain people look chic in a minimal outfit? Does a good simple outfit have to include an unusual, eye-catching piece of clothing, or can you dress in basics from head to toe and still be stylish? I think my natural style tends to be pretty darn simple, but I kind of fight it. Don't get me wrong; I love jewelry (and hats and scarves and so on) as much as the next girl, but sometimes I add accents in an attempt to look more stylish. When really... I just want to keep it simple. Thoughts?