Flying the minimalist flag

The union of soft, tan leather and pristine white cotton has become something of an insignia upon the flag of minimalism. It’s almost hard to go wrong with such a pairing – as long as it’s worn with the right level of effortlessness. Clean lines, quality fabrics, and minimal accessorisation all help.

On Ada Kokosar the accessories are kept away from the torso and concentrated on the hands and feet – with multiple bangles at the wrist and leopard print loafers adding a masculine touch below, little else is needed. In fact, any more would probably prevent her from flying the minimalist flag with such success.

leather skirt street style

Easy, breezy and perfectly matched by nude makeup and no-fuss hair, she was photographed by Hanneli.

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