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Spring 2019 Up and Coming Trends!

Will we finally see takeover of the top trend or will floral still be the top trend of 2019? Only time will tell but for now lets take a look at some up and coming hot trends for Spring 2019.

1.) Animal Print - Animal print is coming on very strong this Spring and I think we will see some fun takes on this print including colored animal, large animal, and floral/stripe animals.

2.) Floral Floral Floral - Always a crowd pleaser, we are seeing floral reappear already this season with some variations on the all to common trend.  We think this trend will show up in some colorblocks, raglans and Maxi dresses and continue to sell well for vendors.

3.) Colorblocks - The colorblock trend has been steady for a couple years but I think we will start to see it peak in 2019. Expect stripe,floral, and animal colorblocks to be a strong seller in 2019.




February 15, 2019 by Jeana Chung

5 Essential Boutique Essentials to Stock

1. White tees, please.

You simply can’t get more versatile than a basic, white, 100% cotton t-shirt. It’s thin enough to layer and timeless enough to wear with not much else without looking boring. The most important part of shopping at wholesale clothing stores for white tops is the fabric. Steer clear of acrylic, polyester, rayon, acetate and nylon if you can, as these aren’t the most feel- good fabrics, are often treated with chemicals and don’t feel or breathe as well as natural fabrics, like cotton. If you can, search your favorite clothing wholesaler for organic or Pima cotton.

Visual merchandising tip: show how a plain white tee can be paired with all sorts of other merchandise: under a chambray button-up shirt or denim jacket, supporting turquoise jewelry, with a chunky cardigan, tucked into a flared skirt, under black overalls or with a pair of medium-wash jeans and white Chuck Taylors.

2. Medium-wash denim jackets.

No matter the season or trends, denim jackets seem to always look fresh. We recommend going with a medium wash that will play well with most tops, bottoms and footwear.

3. Go back to the basic booties.

Whether it’s the dead of winter or the dog days of summer, booties are always in style. Since booties can be casual, cozy, work-appropriate or club-ready, be sure you decide how you want to visually merchandise your footwear choices first. Your outfits will need to make sense for your customer to be enticed. A trick to keeping booties seasonal is the fabric. Leather is great year-round, while velvet and suede are typically warmer for the wintertime.

4. Hi, high-quality denim.

This one may seem like a no-brainer. You’d be hard-pressed to find an American who does not own a pair of jeans. But does your store currently possess a wide range of cuts, washes and styles? It’s important to offer your loyal customers seasonally appropriate lengths, denim in classic and trendy hues and trendy denim pieces too. Some of your customers are searching for funky, ’70s-inspired bell bottoms with floral patchwork, while others simply need a dark pair of skinnies for their weekly rotation. Cater to both!

5. Say it with a graphic tee.

Let’s face it: the soft graphic or band tee is the casual weekend look’s brightest star. Their popularity never seems to wane either! They can be dressed up with a smart blazer and a pencil skirt or made edgy with leather jackets and skinny pants. We recommend only carrying cotton and jersey tops and handpicking graphics that fit your store’s brand messaging.

February 13, 2019 by Jeana Chung

The LA Fashion District is Where Fashion Happens

Recent economic data shows 80% of the Los Angeles Fashion District is comprised of wholesale-related business: buyers, retailers, manufacturers and designers all gather here to create a synergy that has become synonymous with LA fashion. Luxisocool is proud to be a part of this LA fashion synergy, and having daily access to literally thousands of the hottest fashion trends here in LA and from around the world is why we can deliver great wholesale fashion at discount prices to our customers.


The world looks to Los Angeles and the LA Fashion District for trends that influence the way the world dresses. In fact, the LA Fashion District is now bigger than the New York fashion industry and is an essential destination for those in the fashion industry. The District hosts five market weeks a year, including textile events and tradeshows, and has over 2,000 independent wholesalers and various apparel marts dispersed throughout the 100-block district.


Hidden away in wholesale designer showroom buildings of the LA Fashion District resides some of the world’s most high-end, contemporary fashions as seen on the pages of fashion magazines and film. Our global image as the ‘lifestyle capital of the world’ comes primarily from television and movies that thrive on the California way of life. Los Angeles and Hollywood is the quintessence of California living to most of the world and it beckons those who wish to create a brand identity or a lifestyle look.


LA County is considered the high-end denim capital of the world and enjoys national leadership in Apparel, Leather Products, Textiles, Beauty/Makeup and Skincare. It also ranks #1 in the Wholesale of Apparel and Accessories (Source: Top fashion brands with a corporate presence in LA include Forever 21, Karen Kane, BCBG, American Apparel, Guess, True Religion, Lucky Brand and Joes Jeans. It's also home to some of the top fashion education programs.


If you're a fashion retailer, etailer, or boutique owner looking to update your merchandise, Luxisocool can offer LA brands and today's fashion trends at discount prices. Our team of experts search hundreds of the latest trends from apparel manufacturers and designers here in LA and from around the world. Check out our themed fashion packs and discover how purchasing designer clothes has never been easier!


May 19, 2016 by Ryan Ninow