I Have Minimalist Style—These Are the Fall Items I Will and Won't Wear

If Los Angeles–based influencer Jen Andrews-Cater were to describe her style, minimalist would be the first word to come to her mind. While the outfits she puts together are forward and of the moment, they have an ease to them to give that minimalist feel. On that note, there are a few key fall items she is wearing or plans on wearing to create her pared-down fall ensembles. 

Alternatively, there are also fall trends she doesn't plan on wearing much because they don't fit within her personal style. And yes, all of that intel is coming your way for style and shopping inspiration. Of course, it's important to remember that you should always wear what you love, despite what someone else may be into to not into.

Keep scrolling to check out the fall staples Andrews-Cater personally will and won't wear to complete her simple and chic looks. There are also product recommendations if you want to add something fresh to your wardrobe. 

Will Wear: Sleek, Neutural Jackets
Won't Wear: Patterned/Embellished Jackets

"I won't be wearing jackets with a lot of embellishments and hardware, rather sleek styles in neutral hues like this one."

Will Wear: Elegant, Practical Flat Shoes
Won't Wear: Super-High Heels

"I do not love a heel as a minimalist—even though I can appreciate the craftsmanship of them. I crave a more elegant, practical shoe."

Will Wear: Simple Bags
Won't Wear: Bags With Excess Hardware

"In terms of handbags, I do not enjoy a lot of hardware or overt bells and whistles. I prefer simple yet chic bags like this Celine style."

Will Wear: Understated Western Boots
Won't Wear: Flashy Cowboy Boots

"I love cowboy boots and never consider anything I wear on-trend. However, I do realize we will be seeing a lot of cowboy boots trickle from the summer to fall season. I prefer a minimal boot that has the same effect."

Will Wear: Pieces With a Minimal Logo
Won't Wear: Allover-Logo Pieces

"I won't be wearing overly logoed separates but will be adding a few minimal ones into my wardrobe mix like the one here."