Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

April 8, 2015

Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

Minimalism is one of the biggest trends this Spring. From negative space nails to monochrome ensembles, it’s showing up in a variety of ways. The good news is that minimalism can be customized to suit your personal style. Another nice thing about minimalism is that it’s, well, minimal—there’s a certain blank canvas aspect about the trend that allows the wearer’s personality to shine through. The following vegan minimalist style picks are no different.

Tulle Midi Skirt

Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

While layers of tulle may seem a far cry from minimalist, there’s something airy and free about this skirt. Pair it with a fitted black tee and simple sandals for an understated (but not unnoticeable!) feminine look.

Crew Oversized Skinny Stripe Shirt

Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

This oversized shirt has just the right dash of preppy-casual and no-nonsense comfort—a perfect complement to your dark skinny jeans. The shirt is made with a blend of cotton, linen, and ramie, lending it a natural, soft texture. Wear to work or while you drink your Saturday latte.

Strange Invisible Perfumes Peloponnesian Eau de Parfum

Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

With notes of orange, lime, cypress, orange flower, and mountain sage, this light, nearly unisex perfume evokes the ancient aromas of the Peloponnesos of southern Greece, a fragrance that’s simple yet laced with a little mystery. There’s nothing like a fresh, crisp perfume the clear your mind—especially when it’s made with all-natural plant ingredients.

Freedom of Animals Sharkie Blush Tote

Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

Combining a soft tan with blush pink, this 12” tote is made with vegetable-dyed vegan boa leather and is perfect for work and evening. Its clean lines and functionality make it a smart addition to your spring wardrobe.

ASOS Black Elastic Cigarette Pant

Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

We all need a chic pair of black pants, no? These straight-leg trousers are a little more relaxed than the standard skinny jean cut and provide a nice foundation for a cute spring outfit. Pair with a flowy top or loose sweater and ballet flats for a classy (and comfortable) ensemble.

BDG Niles Sandals

Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

It’s always nice to have a cute pair of shoes to throw on as we dash out the door. Even better if those shoes go with just about anything. With their thin vegan leather straps, these delicate sandals are the epitome of spring’s practical and stylish minimalism.

Silence + Noise Hazel Sweater

Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

Unpredictable spring weather calls for a light sweater or two. Yes to layering! Its generous boat neck and short silhouette keep this sweater from looking too chunky (i.e. wintery!).

Argan Love Your Lips in “Happy Honey”

Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

Josie Maran’s Argan Love Your Lips lipsticks are sheathed in a layer of moisturizing gloss/balm. The lipstick has a dewy finish, and the color is quite buildable, meaning that you can go from sheer to full-coverage with just a few swipes. This rosy nude may just be that missing piece of your no-makeup makeup palette.

Delicate Gold-Filled Necklace

Vegan Minimalist Style for Spring 2015

Minimalism does not mean no jewelry—phew! A few stackable rings or a simple necklace can add just the right charm. A piece with a little pop of color—like this necklace—will keep your look fun and vibrant.

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Photos: Freedom of Animals, Anthropologie, J. Crew, Strange Invisible Perfumes, ASOS, Urban Outfitters, Sephora, Etsy

Peaceful Dumpling Beauty Editor and creator of Bisou du Jour, Mary Hood Luttrell lives with her husband in Corpus Christi, Texas. Mary is a freelance writer and writing and blogging consultant. A lover of whole foods, Mary delights in learning new ways to prepare vegan dishes. Mary also enjoys reading and writing poetry, art journaling, running, and practicing yoga and ballet. Follow Mary on her blog Bisou du Jour, Instagram and Pinterest.


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