Mangomini's Illustrated How-TosHow To Dress In Scandinavian StyleCindy Mangomini

I’ve had a lot of requests for illustrated how-tos on Scandinavian style and on minimalistic style. Because minimalism is such a big part of Scandinavian fashion, I’ve decided to combine the two. Scandinavian fashion is all about simple, effortless style with a less is more attitude. The climate also plays a big role. The often cold and wet weather makes layering a must. The colors are natural, often monochrome, with beautiful graphic prints. Hair and make-up are also kept very natural.

What would you like to see next on Mangomini’s illustrated how-tos? Feel free to let me know and have a good week!

 

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  1. I love all your ideas on style.

    I would love to see what you put together for a pregnant style. I just stand there looking at my closet and come up short on ideas. I still want to look cute when my body isn’t feeling quite like my own anymore.

    :))

  2. I went through that style at uni. Now I own brightly-coloured clothes instead. I like this option more. Less is more sometimes only. Sometimes more is more.

    • Sure, whatever makes you feel good! I used to dress more colorful but I’m tending more towards good basics at the moment, but it might change again :)

  3. ‘I’ve just bought a pair of fantastic Swedish Clogs, and I’m so in love with them. They are that little extra to a minimalistic outfit, and they make people smile (at least here in Denmark).
    If you are looking for a trendy pair, try searching for Lotta From Stockholm.

  4. Hello!

    I love all of your illustrations, they are very cool and different, I would like to see how would you describe/ illustrate the Mexican fashion.

    I hope you read this ;)