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Hi! I'm a 21-year-old blogger living in Ljubljana. Student of Art History and English. Stylist and video maker, currently running anablush.com


FALL OUTFIT OF THE DAY / BLACK AND WHITE

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Today's post will be only done in English. This short text was a part of my UAL application, which I worked very hard. And even though it was more than two years ago that I wrote this text, I still feel like it represents me and my style exactly how it is.

“Less is more” is the motto of minimalism that has taken over fashion industry in the past few decades. The idea of accessibility has spread around the industry and strived to make very creative and high-quality garments, using cheap materials and not taking the idealized beauty standards to wear extravagant and impeccable clothing into consideration.
Minimalism describes movements in various forms of art and design, especially fashion and visual art, where artists intend to emphasize a subject through the elimination of all unnecessary features, forms or ideas. It is any type of design or style where even the simplest elements are used to create the best and strongest effect. Minimalist designers focus mainly on the specifics of form and fabric itself rather than the function of the garment as a cover up. It is not about flawlessness but creating a relationship between the object and its viewer. Many fashion designers soon realised that being creative and innovative was not the result of choosing different colours or interesting shapes but the result of their ideas and the way they incorporated them into the collection.
Minimalism has taken over the fashion industry by a storm, with its uniqueness and simplicity. Many designers nowadays know that this concept appeals to many more people than they have expected, and that being minimalistic is the key to success in the 21st century. The same goes for the world of Fashion bloggers. I as one of them believe that this trend will continue to surprise us in the best way possible in the future and will stay in the fashion history for many more decades."

In this post I featured another gorgeous minimalistic shot. I love wearing black&white outfits with addition of some interesting accessories. People may think that this is the easiest way to dress but let me reassure you that the beauty of minimalism is in its interesting shapes and textures. Clean works such as basic little black dresses, shirts and good old pencil skirts are not necessarily minimalistic, because minimalistic works can be complex as any other fashion designs. What is even more important is that clean works encourage people to re-think the shape and form of clothes and also the purpose of the design and the idea itself. It's a challenge to be unique in a minimalistic world. And that is why I love it so much! 



Zara Jumpsuit, Leather Jacket and Sunglasses
H&M White Oversized Sweater and Hat
House Doctor Bag and Stan Smith Trainers








Photos by Zan Zelic



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