Quiet Luxury: Minimalist Pieces with Timeless Appeal

HBO’s hit drama Succession didn’t invent the quiet luxury trend, but it may have helped explode it into the mainstream. Vogue called quiet luxury “the one trend to watch” for 2023, and it’s trickled down from fictionalized billionaires to bargain hunters. 

Luxurious but inconspicuous—those are the words the New Yorker chose to describe the Succession wardrobe, marked by Siobhan Roy’s suited separates and muted tones. Think elevated basics and polished minimalism. Camel coats and sharp-lined turtlenecks—this month we’re thinking tame, tailored, and timeless. Shh! 

Zadig & Voltaire satin dress, $548, available at Luna by Ulah in Westwood.

Alpaca wool sweater, $189, available at Peruvian Connection in the Crestwood Shops.

Roberto Coin 18k-gold double-hoop earrings, $1,200, available at Tivol  on the Country Club Plaza.

Anine Bing wool-cashmere maxi coat, $900, available at Clairvaux at the Shops at Fairway and Hawthorne Plaza.

Aesther Ekme leather hobo bag, $594, available at Finefolk, West Plaza.

Shinola watch, $950, available at Mazzarese in Parkway Plaza.

Freda Salvador penny loafer, $395, available at Clairvaux.