6 places/brands I can't wait to shop with in 2016



Base Range lingerie cotton underwear

Base Range is basic, modern, and conscious, all-in-one of course. Organic materials is just a little bit of what their about. The brand is focused on the sustainability of their products while not treating it like a luxury. Styles are very simple including bras with cut outs, bodysuits that you can wear dressed up or down, and t-shirts. While to many people $28 for a pair of underwear may still be too much, remember that you're paying to support a message, and a movement.

Base Range triangle lounge bra   Base Range bodysuit lounge wear
Mississipi Bra in Tiger, $65 // Mississipi Body in Rosy Velour, $121 


undone simple minimal lingerie clothing

"We’re inspired by independent thinking and an aesthetic that responds to the way we live." And what aesthetic is that? High quality and clean cut. They offer bras that are almost two hundred, but don't worry, they do state that their items are "luxury". Many of the brands they carry are small scale and independent. (they carry Base Range, so if you liked them, you'll like this shop)

Sport Bras Minimal Brand Gui Gui   Sloane & Tate Underwear shorts Shop
Molly Knit Sport Bra by gui gui, $196 // Silverlake Sleep Short by Sloane & Tate, $46


Modern Citizen

Modern Citizen Shop Fashion Online Minimal Brand

Modern Citizen has pieces that are timeless. Cashmere sweaters with slits and deep v necklines, trouser pants with a wrap front, these are just examples of how they revamped our everyday staples. The jewelry Modern Citizen carries comes in gold, rose and silver, materials and colors that'll never go out of style. To top it off most things are under $100.

Turtleneck Dress Sweater Modern Citizen   Winter Fall Fashion Trends 2016
Amira Turtleneck Sweater Dress in Ivory, $72 // Neha V-Neck Sweater Tunic in Olive, $62


Fashion Brand Minimal Modern Shop

Every fashion website has been telling you to check this site out from Refinery 29 to Teen Vogue, so go do it. Loéil is taking minimal to the next level by providing quality unique pieces. From clothes to shoes and hand bags each piece has its own statement. Also they recently moved from California to Asia for global expansion, can you imagine whats coming up for the boutique in their future seasons? 

Handbag 2016 trends Fashion   Bell Flare sleeve fashion trend sweater
Amor Needle Bag, $58  // Étre bell sleeve turtleneck, $128


Fashion Brand Staud 2016 Shop
Straight out of LA and still fairly new, STAUD has hit the ground running. Founded in 2015 by Reformation's former fashion director Sarah Staudinger, everyone knew the company had a head start. It may be the 60s-70s vibe that I get from the pieces, but the fabrics stood out to me. Soft, suede appearing fabric was actually all cotton. Im excited to see what else they have up their sleeves.

Suede Skirt Minimal 70s Midi Fashion Trend   Turtleneck Crop Dress
The Sontag Skirt, $175 // The Pablo Dress, $125



nu swim minimal trend swimsuit Solange
Another brand based out of California, Nu Swim. Fabric and science studies are high for this brand. The designer/founder Gina Esposito was a swimmer, so she knows all about the sport and what a swimmer may need. She mixes her knowledge of design, architect, and minimalism all into her work. And although they are on the minimalist style, they are very different, you've never seen bathing suits these cutes before.

Swim Trend 2016     2 Piece Bikini Minimal Brand
Straight one piece, $112 // Straight top, $75

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