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Lux: Look and feel fabulous

Published:Monday | February 15, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Velvet Touch: Melissa wears an ivory capelet blazer, lace dress shorts and an ivory camisole. Layered long pearls add an element of luxe to the look.
Soft Touch: A pink knee-length dress with centre ruching is perfect for daytime garden weddings.
Fresh Splash: Cropped ivory pants paired with a sheer floral blouse with enlarged fuschia floral print. The look is contrasted by distressed green wooden railings.
Magical Spell: Melissa captivates in this fuchsia skater dress featuring a subtle sateen finish.
Soft and feminine floral skater dress featuring an exaggerated waist and a shorter, youthful hemline.

Over the past few months, the new Lux line has reappeared on store shelves, and there is not doubt that Lux is back! Not only is Lux short for luxury, but it's also Latin for light, and ideal for showcasing new the Spring fashion of 2016.

The Lux woman is someone who appreciates beauty and affordable luxury. Today, women are making sensible choices when it comes to fashion and everyday beauty purchases, where longevity in fashion trends reigns supreme.

The new Lux line is infused with hydrafloral oil treatments and fine fragrances crafted by the world's best perfume experts. Lux's new secret is to deliver amazing, state of the art textures, rich in indulgent ingredients, all designed for a 'spa-like' experience that excite and pamper.

Since 1925, Lux has been bringing the best of beauty and the pleasure that comes with it. The Lux beauty bar has had the most beautiful and iconic stars of the world as ambassadors - from Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, to Demi Moore and Catherine Zeta Jones. Similar to the iconic Lux line, today we will look at spring fashion which is current, yet timeless and will last for seasons to come. With the help of Flirt Boutique we present to you our interpretation of the various fragrances of the new Lux line that will help you feel, smell and look beautiful.

Another way to incorporate trendy elements in your wardrobe is by utilising the in colour of the year. For the first time, two colours - Rose Quartz and Serenity - have been dubbed the colour of the year by Pantone and will be the in colours this year across fashion, and interior design. Joined together, Rose Quartz and Serenity which are hues of pale pink and blue, demonstrate a balance between a warmer embracing rose tone and the tranquil blue.