Minimum about minimalism

It seems easier to define what minimalism is not than what it really is. It can be taken as a starting point, a blank sheet of paper where it all begins. The designer can come back to it to redefine their creativity.1

Fashion and identity

Fashion choices reflect what we know and think about ourselves at a given moment. I emphasize this temporariness because we are constantly learning, maturing. Besides, our lifestyle and needs are changing as well. We prioritize intellectual development, but we are aware that the right clothes are both an expression of the personal status quo and a complement to it. Someone said they start telling our story before we say anything. Therefore, I think it’s better to create this story consciously by working on our own style that will be consistent with who we are and how we want to be perceived.

In spite of winter

The dress was supposed to stay in the wardrobe until spring, but the time has come for a slightly more elegant set. Its nude shade is very flattering and goes well with the black coat and tights. I am starting to think that suede ankle boots will also match my jeans. A warm hood and gloves have a warming function for the set and its content (i.e. me).

A set for a rainy day, captured in photos before the cold winter. My rain boots turned out to be perfect for everyday walks, not only on the beach or in the woods, but also on snowy roads and sidewalks (when the temperature did not drop too much below zero).

In search of murals

Simple and classic look: wearing jeans and a white shirt, while walking around Warsaw’s Praga district. In the background, a fragment of a mural at 24 Strzelecka Street, showing a bird’s-eye view of the former market.