I’m a fashion editor, here are the 10 minimalist clothing brands I always wear
When I dress, I tend to favor clean lines and modern tailoring, that is, minimalist clothes. While I don’t always dress in minimal pieces, they are definitely a big part of my wardrobe. That being said, I always have an eye out for cool minimalist clothing brands to add to my wardrobe and I have a short list of favorites that are standing out right now.
These coins range from affordable rising brands that have achieved cult status in the street style scene to heritage brands with bullion coins that are worth every penny. Coming up, I’m sharing the 10 minimalist clothing brands that I always wear and just can’t get enough of. If you also like to line up your wardrobe with versatile neutrals and stylish basics, I guarantee you’ll find items here to add to your cart for the coming season.
1. The Frankie Shop
The brand that all fashionistas never tire of, The Frankie Shop has created cool and minimalist basics with avant-garde details. Personally, I can’t get enough of his epaulettes t-shirts.
Shop The Frankie Shop:
The Frankie Shop Eva tank top ($ 75)
The Frankie Shop Reya Leggings ($ 100)
No one makes vegan leather like Nanushka. I own this wrap dress as well as a long buttered trench coat and I cannot recommend the brand highly enough.
Nanushka Upper Faroe Islands ($ 495)
Nanushka Noya baguette bag ($ 695)
Mango is still one of my go-to destinations for affordable minimal parts. I especially like her matching sets. This set of tweed skirts from a few seasons ago is in my closet, but now I’m looking at this cool black version designed in collaboration with Pernille Teisbaek.
Buy the mango:
Mango Oversized Wool Blazer ($ 230)
Mango Pocket mini skirt ($ 100)
4. Gia Borghini
Italian shoe brand Gia Borghini offers the most amazing minimal shoes that range from strappy sandals to platform boots. Over the past two years, the brand has established itself as a cult buy among fashion insiders.
Gia Borghini Shop:
Gia / RHW Flat ankle boot ($ 695)
Gia / RHW Rosie 3 Sandals ($ 625)
Created as a way to tap into uniform outfits, Scandinavian brand Totême takes a look at minimal aesthetics with beautiful, clean pieces you can wear from season to season.
Toteme Oversized Leather Jacket ($ 2300)
Toteme Espera Ribbed Stretch Cotton-Blend Top ($ 105)
6. WAKE-UP MODE
London-based label AWAKE Mode has a cool take on minimalism that incorporates sculptural silhouettes and quirky details. Each piece is a work of art.
Buy AWAKE mode:
AWAKENED mode Crepe jacket ($ 880)
AWAKENED mode Cut out tank ($ 95)
Forever one of my favorite designer brands, Prada has the ultimate luxury in minimal fashion. I collected his great shoes and bags.
Prada Nylon Slingback Pumps with Logo ($ 950)
Prada Small Cleo Leather Crossbody Bag ($ 2,400)
If you’re looking for the best basics you can buy, head to Wolford. The parts are of very high quality and last forever, so they are worth the investment.
Wolford Fatal Top ($ 120)
Wolford Viscose bodysuit ($ 120)
9. Rosetta Getty
Rosetta Getty has a flair for couture and clean silhouettes, delivering a stunning take on modern, minimalist fashion. You will always find beautiful textiles in the collections.
Buy Rosetta Getty:
Rosetta Getty Strapless Leather Top ($ 1,835)
Rosetta Getty Polo ($ 495)
Refine’s Anina Heé set out to design perfect minimal pieces and did just that. She started off with a nice take on the babydoll dress and recently introduced some gorgeous t-shirts.
Refine the store:
Refine Rachel Slip Dress ($ 399)
Refine Amber top ($ 167)
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