My love of extremely chill fashion is showing no signs of slowing down. As I begin to think about where my wardrobe is heading, the purchases I’m most interested in are best described as quietly cool—relevant and forward but not quite trendy, more like seasonal updates for those always-on classic styles.
For the year ahead, I’m mainly looking to reinvest in some of my most-loved items of this year, doubling down on chic and easy accessories, wide-leg trousers, flat footwear, and a slew of other items that have had the most wear. As for the new things piquing my interest, they still center minimalism: clean lines, strong neutral pieces, basics that definitely aren't boring. I want even my most low-key buys to have a point of view, and these 37 pared-back styles all fit the bill—on top of that, they look expensive and are sure to go the distance in 2024.
You really need to click in to understand how this chic bag transforms into a different shape.
The Frankie Shop's outerwear remains elite.
It's definitely not too late to get in on the slingback trend.
A flawless shirt for an impeccable half-tuck.
A collared knit is the perfect combo of cozy and polished.
I'm a sucker for Toteme, and this blazer is at the top of my wish list.
Just a slightly squared toe to feel a little more modern.
Loewe's more low-key eyewear styles are making minimalists very happy.
And these obviously need no introduction.
Retro sneakers, with just a nod to the red trend that's definitely sticking around a while longer.
These come in sizes 0 to 18, as well as a full range at a petite length.
It's just not a minimalist-style roundup without something from Jil Sander.
Click in for the seam detail that makes these perfectly relaxed jeans feel even more special.
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