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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


TO BE OR NOT TO BE A MAXIMALIST?!


Minimalism is dead. 
Maximalism has arrived. 

So yeah, I am in a bit of a situation.



As you all know, I was never shy of labelling myself as a minimalist (even though I love to wear way too much makeup on a day to day basis), who loves to wear monochrome outfits with the addition of a variety of textures. Recently, I have been slowly adding colour into my wardrobe and getting into the trend that has been seen around quite a lot - maximalism. Since I've started working as a sales associate, I have been completely taken over by Kenzo and its crazy colour combinations. I think I'm slowly getting that maximalism bug and I kinda dig it.

When I first saw this dress I knew that I wanted to make an outfit with it. It's a multicolour cotton ribbed-knit dress that steals everyones attention, when you're walking down the street. The colour contrasts in this design are so thoughtful and make a powerful impact, whilst you are standing or moving around. It's a semi-transparent knit, but it remains completely opaque when its worn on the body. This dress is undeniably beautiful: it is the perfect combination of texture, colours, simplistic design and understated bell sleeves. Wouldn't you agree? Everything is thoroughly thought through and even though it may seem too much at a first glance, it will completely take you over once you see it in action.




TO BE 
OR 
NOT TO BE, 
A MAXIMALIST?! 



Because I didn't want the outfit to appear too overdone, I decided to still stay true to my aesthetic and combine the dress with a simple pair of strappy black heels from Bershka.



I think this is the one dress every minimalist lover will dare to wear and feel great in it.

dress: Kenzo F/W 2017/18, @galerijaemporium

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