The Quiet Luxury Look
There has been a lot of talk lately all over social about quiet luxury. You're probably wondering what is quiet luxury. How can luxury be quiet. So what is "Quiet Luxury"? Quiet luxury is a term used to describe an investment in high-quality, minimalist pieces that have a timeless appeal. "Quiet Luxury" essentially means not wearing clothing with logos all over. So anything with monogram all over or monogram in general would not be considered quiet luxury. So brands like Gucci would not be quiet luxury since this a logo and monogram heavy brand. Nothing against Gucci. Gucci is still a hot brand. Back to quiet luxury. Quiet luxury is not a new thing. It is something that has always been around.
But as of the last two seasons there has been a resurgence in quiet luxury. A few of the biggest brands behind the resurgence in quiet luxury are The Row by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Loro Piana and Khaite. The Row, Loro Piana and Khaite are those brands that if you know you know. So many ladies that are into fashion are very familiar with these brands and can spot it without you even telling them. For example the Scarlet cardigan by Khaite is a very recognizable piece from Khaite that you can immediately tell when you see someone wearing it. It is a very soft and very beautiful cashmere cardigan. It looks very basic and simple but I think that's part of the appeal behind the quiet luxury look.
The thing with quiet luxury is that since it is "luxury" it can be quite pricey. Actually quiet luxury can be very expensive. But with quiet luxury pieces they are pieces that will be staples in your wardrobe for seasons and years to come. With quiet luxury pieces you don't need to buy a massive amount of pieces. That one "quiet luxury" piece won't fall apart, wont fade or get dated. It will be a classic piece that you can wear over and over again on repeat.
If you are looking for some quiet luxury pieces below are some pieces worth checking out that. To learn more about the quiet luxury pieces below you can click on each picture which will take you to the retailer selling the piece.