Minimal Dressing

 Top: Samuji Concy top // Jeans: A.P.C. Jean Moulant // Bag: A.P.C. // Sandals: G.H. Bass

One of the perks of having a blog is that I can actually see how my style has evolved throughout the years. I have stayed pretty true to dressing for comfort and a more laid-back lifestyle but as my life moves into its next phase as a mother and career woman, I definitely see my style becoming more minimal. I now go for classic pieces which I try to incorporate into my work wardrobe if possible. I have to dress business casual at my job, so versatility is key. On my days off, I like to build my wardrobe off a nice fitted pair of jeans. Each pair of jeans I pick have their own personality, which I believe can make the outfit if they fit well and you're comfortable in them. For example, I love these A.P.C. jeans because they have a stone washed vintage feel and a nice classic fit that doesn't seem too trendy.

Lately, my favorite brands for chic and classic clothing have been A.P.C. and Finnish design house, Samuji. Most of the items from the A.P.C. collections are timeless and can be mixed and matched. Samuji has a soft elegance that can be both casual or dressy, and each piece is subtly unique like the sheer Concy top with the padded neckline. As I work on paring down my closet, I try to shop more thoughtfully in hopes of building a wardrobe with staples that will allow me to focus on more important things, like spending time with family.

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