White T-Shirt And Black Trousers Minimalistic Outfit
For my latest look, I have opted for a style which is both minimalistic yet also timeless, undoubtedly variations of which can be worn for decades to come. If this has intrigued you, read on further!
Since my transfer from casual street looks to smarter formal wear on my men’s fashion blog, many new types of outfits have opened up to me, the one featured in this latest post is something that I would never of dreamed of wearing before. One of the reasons I switched it up was due to my belief my clothing choices were getting both stale and sometimes garish, but also I would very likely have looked back upon them with the typical “what was I thinking?” statement.
This ensemble is very simplistic; some would even say boring with just a simple fitted basic ASOS white T-Shirt with rolled sleeves as its backbone, paired with a pair of skinny and slightly cropped trousers (tucking the T-Shirt into the pants for that 50s greaser vibe) from River Island which is my current go-to store. I wore my classic Saint Laurent White Sneakers to continue with the sophisticated clothing package. Even though it was very bare-bones, I still livened everything up with a selection of accessories – Emanuele Bicocchi Threaded Bracelet, Valentino Studded Bracelet and Omega Watch; additionally, I wore a wolf necklace from Marcozo.
Once more, we headed to the City Of Bath with all of its Roman beauty, picking out a little-used area with pillared stonework. Thanks to the angles captured by Lorna, it gave the impression that we were in the midst of an ancient abandoned cityscape. Fortunately, the weather held out for us on this occasion, which is no small feat with the relentless showers which have bombarded the UK over the last few weeks.
What do you think of my latest attire choices, are you a fan of the minimal look? Please let me know in the comments section below!