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Have you done your spring shopping already? 🙂 We have some inspiration for you! We know that for minimalist lovers catwalk trends are not so important, and you value clean but detailed design. Therefore, we have prepared some trendy but minimalist designs for you!

Frills are very girlish and trendy during the spring/summer 2017 season. Victorian era inspired, this trend adding a feminine and tender style to different pieces from lightweight tops to more warm knitwear. You can also implement the trend in the trousers or jeans to hit the top spring detailing with one piece. Jeans or trousers with uneven or detailed hem are very actual now, so wear the trends together if you dare! 🙂

The stripe pattern is both minimalist and trendy! It is also creating the associations with French chic and summer holidays near the seaside! So, if you are planning to ‘see the sea’ this summer do not forget to get a stripy top with you! You can wear it with cropped classy trousers or feminine skirts and your favorite ballerinas! This is a beauty of stripes as you can wear it with everything! Complete your look with red lipstick and matching nail polish for a detailed look!

More recent but very quickly wide spreading trend is to wear your slip dresses and tops over the long sleeve shirts or T-Shirts. The monochrome combination is the safest option for those who are not ready for more trendy and fashion forward experiences. You can also combine it with a slip dress in knitted ribbed fabrics which came to 2016-2017 from 90’s and continuing to live in our wardrobes. It allows to create the nice silhouette and attract the attention to the feminine shapes of your body.

Are you the trendsetter of trend follower? Do you like to experiment? 🙂 The real style is in combining the trends with basic pieces. It is also a secret of the perfect wardrobe where you will never have the situation ‘my wardrobe is full, but I have nothing to wear’.


Luxmix was founded by UK Fashion stylist Angela Yang and her team in 2014. She was inspired by the natural elements of simple, eco living. She believes less is more, such that we can create a better world with minimal style but a better quality of life.