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Craft Up a Trend: Minimalist Style

Minimalist style trends are definitely not a new thing, but we at Fancy Tiger are excited to see it become more prevalent among some of the amazing US designers and brands we love. Simple shapes and constructions allow the design to show off high quality and unique fabrics. Since we love fiber so much, this definitely speaks our language! Check out a few stunning pieces that inspire us!

Minimalist Style Trend Inspirations

 1 Tunic No 1 by Eli and Barry /// 2 The Knit Coat by Zady /// 3 Elanor Pant by Hackwith Design House /// 4 Waxed Canvas Tote by Jenneng /// 5 Georgia Tee by Elizabeth Suzann

You can't go wrong with any of these sturdy and beautiful pieces. Made with superb materials they look great for all occasions and will match everything already in your wardrobe.

If you are looking to dig in and recreate some of these elegant looks using your own hands, we have a few recommendations:

Merchant and Mills Trapeze Dress

This simple Merchant and Mills Trapeze Dress paired with lightweight Viscose Batiste in taupe makes the perfect summer dress. Airy and simple, you can't go wrong.

100 Acts of Sewing Shirt No 1

You all know how crazy we are for 100 Acts of sewing Shirt No 1. Make one up with clean, white Brussels Washer. The linen/rayon blend is the perfect combination of drape and structure for garment making that you will love for summertime projects.

Fancy Tiger Crafts Waxed Canvas Tote

We have a whole set of color options for making our very own Waxed Canvas Tote. Bold red or subtle grey....make one in every color. Check out Creativebug now for the pattern and full video tutorial on how to make this stylish bag.

Tilly and the Buttons Marigold Pants

Perfect for a night out on the town or watching Netflix at home, these Marigold pants in Brussels Washer army green linen/rayon seamlessly transition to any area of your life.

Kile Sweater in Woolfolk Hygge

Luscious and fluffy, the Kile Cardigan made up in Woolfolk's Hygge tops off your minimalist wardrobe on chilly spring evenings.

Keep things simple and keep making!

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