This is something I’ve been living by for the past couple years. I used to think keeping a minimal wardrobe meant blacks, whites, and the occasional navy. Strictly wear tees and sweaters, maybe throw in a button up to spice things up. Over time I have ventured out into all colors and been more comfortable experimenting with my style. How did I do it? I stopped comparing my style to others and learned what I like. When you find the pieces that excite you most, keep those and toss out all others. Some people’s essentials are others non-essentials. Start experimenting with color with some basics. Venture out into unique pieces that are still versatile and go from there. Minimalism is subjective and should be used to adapt to your life, not the other way around.
If you had’ve asked me a year ago what my favorite overshirt is, I’d say anything from A Day’s March. After trying the options from @asket, most recently this navy one [gifted], I’ve completely changed my mind. The structure is there, quality is 100%, and comfort is max. Visit the link in my bio for more in depth details and other colorways of the Overshirt. - Gifted items: print from @posterandframe.official, clock from @miljuudesign, lamp from @humanhome.co, overshirt from @asket, tee from @sonofatailor, sneakers from @cascadesigns.
[ad] Got a new phone a few weeks ago and have already had a few close calls with dropping it (clumsy only when I can’t be). @grams28 was willing to help me out by sending one of their leather cases for some much needed protection. - You already know I’m a big fan of transparency but these guys have got the full works when it comes to the matter. Each product has its own numbers which trace back to the origin and details of the item - a unique way to eliminate the guess work. Quality craftsmanship for an essential edc.
A few scenic Oregon favorites from the camera roll.