Spring 2015 Fashion Trend: Minimalist (Because Less Is More When It Comes to Style)

How to master the less-is-more trend

By Nicole Adlman, Jacqueline Lee Apr 15, 2015 9:55 PMTags
Minimalism Style

When it comes to chic springtime duds, ladies, sometimes less is more.

This season, we have a penchant for simple shapes and muted palettes, and not only because they're easy to wear. These pieces are closet staples, whether a pair of light-as-a-feather white flats or the peachy one-shoulder frock that will see us through wedding season. Even our accessories are pared down—from slim, silvery bangles to dove gray peep-toe heels, the trend toward minimalism is giving us the urge to buy basics that are, well, anything but.

Naturally, we had to assemble some of the best minimalist picks for spring. Consider these chic finds our tax day gift to you.

Each row from left to right: Forever 21 Peep-Toe Pumps, $20; Cos Leather Shoulder Bag, $250; Tiffany Sterling Silver T Bracelet, $950; Cos Sterling Silver Ring, $45; Gap Pleated Mini Skirt, $50; H&M One-Shoulder Dress, $70; Camilla And Marc Retina Dress, $460; Rag and Bone Daria Silk Tee, $295; See by Chloé White Poplin Shirt, $375; Aldo White Ballet Flat, $60