Probably my very first minimalism post inspired by Daniel Wellington‘s new Classic Petite collection.
After a long wait, finally, a collection of mesh timepieces by Daniel Wellington was launch on 15th March. It’s called Classic Petite. It comes in silver and rosegold mesh with white or black dial. The collection is designed for women specially but of course also for guys who like petite 32mm watches, I am lucky enough to be part of the launch. And to offer my
Since I received this watch, I literary have been wearing it everyday. Of course partially because I have to take photos of it for my Instagram posts but I really do find a simple mesh watch in a good size is the best for everything. It just goes with all outfits and not overpower your look like some of the massive watches I have might do. And after all the test photos, I discovered another me! A minimalism me! 🙂 I think my style is always sort of simple but with lots of layers. But the “minimalism” I am talking about here and how people define it is not classic and simple combination with classic pieces. It is more like Scandinavian Acne inspired kind of style. All the pieces can be actually in very complicated cutting from a designer / pattern cutter’s point of view- me basically. The combination sometimes can be quite unusual or “anti classic”. Basically the style isn’t simple at all frankly speaking. But anyway, they are called minimalism. Minimum doesn’t need to be simple. I do like the edgy feel of it and the attitude of “I don’t care” that this style represents. So here we are, unintentionally, my minimalism style photographs all started from Daniel Wellington Classic Petite collection. I think I kind of like it and I probably will introduce more of it to my styling in the future and hope you like it too.