7 Minimalistic Outfit Ideas For Summer

Minimalism is brilliant for so many reasons: it’s still totally on-trend (thanks Celine), it lets you look incredibly polished with very little effort, and you probably already have items in your closet that fit with this look. But if you feel like you need a little inspiration to totally embrace this trend, we’re here to help. Scroll down for outfit ideas that are perfect for summer, and our favourite shopping picks too!

White Tee + Slouchy Trousers + Strappy Sandals


Vanessa Jackman
Long Trench Coat + Pencil Skirt + Nude Pumps


Collage Vintage
Slim Back Suit + White Tee + Oxfords


Fashion Over Reason
Grey Sheath + Duster Coat + Structured Satchel


Gastro Chic
Crisp White Shirt + Slouchy Pants + Trainers


Stockholm Street Style
Bright Sweater + Foldover Skirt + City Sandals


Vanessa Jackman
Simple Fit-and-Flare Dress + Booties + Clutch


A Love Is Blind

Equipment Lucida Dress ($218) in Blue Washed Chambray

This simple dress from one of our favourite brands is classic and timeless.

Tibi Denni Loafers ($385) in Black

A mule loafer hybrid is pretty much our dream pair of flats.

T by Alexander Wang Low V Dress with Bandeau ($315) in Black

Don’t think minimalism can be sexy? You clearly haven’t seen this dress.

Mango Shirt Collar Blouse ($45) in Light Pink

This crisp blouse plus slouchy pants equals the perfect summer work outfit.

Zara Strapless Long Jumpsuit ($100) in Black

We love this ultra-affordable, flattering jumpsuit.

Topshop Crepe Notch Front Jacket ($110) in Peach

The notch detail adds interest and the cheery colour is summer in a jacket.

Theory Stilla Skirt ($415) in Easeful

This structured leather skirt is the perfect foundation for a chic minimal outfit.

10 Crosby Derek Lam Shirt Dress with Pleated Skirt ($395) in Soft White

The subtle details set this shirtdress apart from the pack.

McQ-Alexander McQueen Satchel ($675) in Lavender

Minimalistic fashion can be colourful too!

Rag & Bone Phoenix Dress ($495) in Black

Minimalism and sporty in one dress equals two trends in one, equals more bang for your buck!

Which of these outfit ideas do you love? Comment below!