It's always difficult when people ask you to describe your personal style. No one likes to be put in a box, nor do they care to be beholden to a specific type of look in the event they decide to shake things up a bit somewhere down the road (and don't we all?). However, whether we like it or not, our own current aesthetics can likely still be encapsulated by a few words of the English language. Mine? Minimalist. But also not thoroughly minimalist, because I still love a good statement jewelry piece, flashy shoes, or even a Technicolor coat from time to time, should the occasion call for it. For the majority of the time, though, I enjoy a wardrobe full of versatile separates and accessories that can be mixed and matched thanks to their pared-down, subtle qualities. A sleek coat, tailored trousers, timeless knits, artful earrings—you get the idea. If any of this resonates with you, then today's shopping roundup is going to be of interest. Below, shop 22 pieces that will round out any pared-down, clean minimalistic wardrobe this autumn.
Have you ever seen a more perfect pair of loafers? I haven't.
A little '70s inspiration meets the matching set trend—yes, please.
The check blazer trend is a must.
Accessorize loafers, flats, booties, and even heels with a pair of charming socks this season.
The perfect way to rebel against your skinnies.
A classic gold chain truly never goes out of style.
Every outfit is instantly upgraded when a divine coat like this is involved.
Dramatic sleeves are still very much on trend, as witnessed by this mesmerizing top.
Give your other fingers a break and try out a fancy pinky ring.
Square toes for the win.
Hands-free since… 2018.
Why wear a sequin dress to your holiday party when you can wear a cashmere one instead?
Okay, $600 sneakers may seem a bit steep, but a girl can dream, can't she?
Perfection in some oxblood-colored leather pants.
Any outfit would be better with these. Any.
To wear with your simple separates, like a trench coat, trousers, and loafers. Also: pasta!
A yellow-hued lens feels nonchalantly cool.
Pants you'll inevitably style into a look every week because they're just that wearable.
This coat makes my insides jump with joy.
Instead of jeans, try a skirt for an instantly more thoughtful look.
We're not sure when mules will go out of style (if ever), but that time is certainly not now—particularly when these are in the market.
Try a slim ribbed-knit sweater instead of a chunky turtleneck for a change of pace.