9 Absolutely Beautiful Minimalist Blogger Looks

Call us fashion flip-floppers, but we have just as much love for bold, trend-driven ensembles with wild mixes of prints and patterns as we do for minimalist outfits with a restrained color palette. Today, we’re focusing on the latter, with a curated selection of the best blogger looks we’ve seen in a long time.

Scroll down for a soothing dose of minimalist style.

Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What: Zara Draped Studio Tunic ($100) and Cropped Flare Trousers ($100); Maison Margiela Open-Toe Back-Zip Booties ($459).

Trine Kjær of Trine’s Wardrobe: Pennyback T-Shirt ($67); Zara Wide-Leg Studio Trousers ($129).

On Christine Reehorst of Fash n Chips: H&M Jersey Top ($10) in Dark Blue/Striped; 7 For All Mankind Denim Culottes ($198).

On Julie Sariñana of Sincerely Jules: Sincerely Jules Karlie Tank ($45); Wilfred Coulomb Pants ($145) in Soot; Rag & Bone Shaw Mules ($539) in Macaroon.

On Dannon K. Collard of Like the Yogurt: Tibi Agathe Crop Tie-Back Top ($150) in White and Agathe Culottes ($230) in White; Steven Rykie Single Band Sandals ($109).

Carmen Hamilton of The Chronicles of Her: Totême Zangora Cotton-Twill Tunic ($400); Joan Vass Seamed Midi Skirt ($188); Eytys Canvas Sneakers ($133).

Marie Hindkaer Wolthers of Blame It on Fashion: Carin Wester Dark Top ($108) in Denim and Deborah Pants ($124) in Denim.

On Courtney Trop of Always Judging: The Kooples Timeless Suit Jacket ($470) in Black and Timeless Suit Trousers ($240) in Black; Theory Ribbed Viscose Cruzio Turtleneck ($140) in White; 10 Crosby Derek Lam Agatha Loafers ($295).

Would you call your style minimalist? Let us know in the comments below!