I must admit, I'm enjoying the maximalism trend more than I thought I would already. I was already adding color back in to my wardrobe, and now I'm experimenting with more pattern and texture, and with wearing lots of statement items at once (which is my attempt at maximalism).
Today is a low-key day, so I decided to take the free time and upload a few photos.
#1 pink paisley with harems and leather. The pink top is huge on me, but I like the drapey-ness, and looking at the picture makes me want to wear it again.
#2 blush top (with a ruffled back), brown plush vest and pearls. The jeans are caught on my boot - they really are long enough.
#3 hot pink pants (may be becoming work horses) with black and white pattern mixing.
#4 just a basic asymmetrical sweater with cropped pants. Added jewelry to increase maximalism.
#5 caramel sweater, with jacket. Not too maximal, but comfortable for me.
#6 dark floral, cream plush vest. Tried tucking and adding a belt.
#7 This year's plaid shirt (brown, navy and cream) and cream plush vest. Should have tucked....
All feedback is welcome - especially suggestions for improvement.