7 Minimalist Fashion Bloggers You Should Follow Right Now | Clozette

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With fashion trends constantly changing and over-the-top ensembles usually dominating the runways and street style corners, today, having a minimalist style is refreshing and edgy. It's clean, sophisticated, and let's be real, having a wardrobe that only consists of a few, well-loved and versatile pieces is more fun to look at and play with. The combinations you can create are endless!

So if you’re looking to transform your closet (and style) into something simpler and more elegant for the new year,  here are seven fashionistas that will inspire you with their always-on-point minimalist looks.


Ann Kim (@andyheart)

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If you love jeans, stripes, and comfort, Ann Kim will be your new style goddess. By just changing up a few things in her look, she’s able to create outfits that are appropriate for all types of weather and all occasions.

Tara Mar (@tarmarz)

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Not afraid to mix up colours and silhouettes, fashion blogger Tara gives each one of her looks an edgy touch through smart details, her accessories, shoes, and even makeup.


Caroline Joy Rector (@caroline_joy)

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Just like Ann Kim, Caroline Rector loves to dress up her jeans and striped pieces. But while Ann is all about city-girl chic, Caroline opts for cozier and more casual ensembles that will suit all types of women.

Joyce Croonen (@mydubio)

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Love to rock the androgynous look? Then you better follow fashion blogger Joyce Croonen, stat! Never one to go beyond classic shades of black, white, and gray, her style proves that you can still look high fashion and edgy, even when rocking neutral colours.


Andrea Chong (@dreachong)

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Classic and elegant, Andrea Chong isn’t afraid to inject frills and ruffles into her minimalist looks to create a standout outfit that will take you from day to night or work to cocktail hour.

Marta Cygan (@lifeofboheme)

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By pairing various textures and prints, you would think Marta Cygan wasn’t into the minimalist aesthetic in her clothes. But she is, and she does it well. She makes a point to subtly add prints and textures so it won’t throw off her whole vibe.


Adeline Rapon (@adelinerapon)

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As the queen of effortless chic, Adeline Rapon will teach you a thing or two about turning pantsuits into party-ready outfits that will still allow you to slay the day at the office.


Looking for more fashion bloggers to inspire you? Here are 6 Asian style bloggers you should follow on Instagram.



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The new year has just started, but there have already been many interesting things that piqued our curiosity and excited us. If you haven't been keeping yourself up to date with the latest, don't worry because we've got your back. Here's your weekly dose of noteworthy bits from the worlds of beauty, fashion, and lifestyle.


Golden Globes Goddesses

The 2017 Golden Globe Awards happened early this week, and we couldn't help but marvel at the amazing dresses and looks sported by Hollywood's brightest stars. They're all gorgeous, but we were wowed by Emma Stone, Lily Collins, and Evan Rachel Wood. Whose looks were your favorites?  

Hot stuff from RED Valentino

RED Valentino has given a preview of their Spring/Summer 2017 collection, and it's bright and wonderful. Taking a cue from seascapes, the collection showcases cascades of blues and golds. 

P.S. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram so you can take a peek at collections like this with us.


A futuristic-looking beauty gadget

Skin Inc's Optimizer Voyage Blue

Moving on to beauty: The future is now, friends. There have been lots of cool beauty gadgets released in the past, but Skin Inc's Optimizer Voyage is truly something that looks and, we're told, works magnificently.

Bye, Shu Uemura

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The brand, which is known for its cleansing oil and famed eyelash curler, is saying goodbye to the Philippines. Fans can stock up on their favorites from the brand until April 30, when their last store in the country, located at Power Plant Mall, closes.  


Get a Revenge Body with Khloe

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If getting fit is one of your goals for this year, here's something that might boost your motivation. Watch as Khloe Kardashian share the story behind her Revenge Body and push people into getting theirs. The show will premiere on E! on January 17.

Hey, beautiful

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With all the lows that 2016 brought, it's only fitting that we start the new year with more positive acts. You never know how much a little compliment can brighten up someone's day. Just take a look at these people who were told they are beautiful.



Everyone has their own idea of the 'perfect wardrobe', and this proves true whether you're into trendy and preppy looks or bold and alternative styles. After all, one of the easiest yet most creative ways we can express our individuality is through the way we dress. 

But as we enter new stages in our lives, like leaving university life or making a career move, refreshing our wardrobe becomes less a luxury and more a necessity. 

So if you've reached that point when you want (and need) to curate your wardrobe your way, we've got just the tips on how you can work your way through that first big fashion investment. 


Create a list of staples

Always start with taking note of what you are shopping for. Is it for job hunting? Should it be flexible for any career? Or is it a way of treating yourself and revamping your personal style? No matter what you're aiming for, make sure you know exactly what you both need and want and try to think of pieces in general  not brands. This way, you can picture what you want your wardrobe to look like and what ensembles you can create. 

Divide your list into sections

Once you have everything listed down, you can start weighing which pieces you need the most and what can be set aside  at least for a while. This step will significantly help you once you start planning out your budget.  


Start scouting

Just like in any other investment, research is very important. Start looking up and comparing prices of pieces that are similar to what you are targeting to buy so you can see which one works for your goal. 

Oh, and don't forget to take note of future promos and sales while you're at it! 

Work on your budget

One common mistake that people make is putting this up as their first step. However, this works only with regular shopping habits. When it comes to building your wardrobe and truly investing in pieces that are more of a need than a want, splurging a little is necessary, and initial budgeting can prove to be restrictive. 

So to make your fashion investment work to your advantage, make sure you have your eyes on staple pieces first and have a price comparison of brands in mind before you set a budget that is achievable based on your spending habits. 


Treat it as a reward

When we say fashion investment, we all get the idea that it means saving and spending a huge amount of money. But having to buy something piece-by-piece can lead to unnecessary purchases and having pieces in your wardrobe that are less versatile. Always keep in mind that having a well-put-together wardrobe and having all the staple pieces readily available to you is saving you money in the long run more than you think. 

As an added motivation to make sure you keep on working through this fashion goal, one major tip is to set your big shopping day on a special occasion, like your birthday or your work anniversary, and treat it as a big incentive for yourself.


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