So I bumped into this post on Offbeat Home & Life about, "Why Is Minimalism So Damn bright?" and it was really interesting reading the comments in the comments section.
So apparently someone asked this question and she turned it into a post, I'm guessing, with the hope that the person can learn a thing or two from the comments section, and she was so right... even I learned too.
It is obvious that the normal 'white-black-nude' based minimal lifestyle is unfathomable for many as they love minimalism but can't imagine wearing or using only the colours mentioned above for the rest of their lives.
In the post, How To Be A Colorful Expressive Authentic Minimalist, Mia Danielle buttressed on how minimalism is not just about following a random trend, but that "."
So in conclusion, minimalism is all about decluttering your wardrobe, home and lifestyle generally. It means understanding that you don't need too much material possessions to be happy. You can channel your money to other productive things like planning a vacation with family, investing in businesses while being happy owning and acquiring ONLY what is relevant.
To me, if your home or wardrobe begins to feature more than 3 bold colors, then you are stepping away from minimalism.
As a color minimalist, you can chose to reduce your wardrobe and lifestyle choices around the colors you love most.
For instance, I don't know if I'm wrong, but I noticed that Carmen Hamilton from The Chronicles of Her wears red a lot... among her majorly basic white and black wardrobe, she always owns a red clutch or shoe or skirt... even lipstick shade.
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