It's summer outside, yet I'd like to speak with you about Autumn-Winter fashion trends that are meant for women. In this post I will introduce to you the best and exciting trends that will hit the streets already this year. Here I've got for you the first top-5 wearable fashion trends. So what are you waiting for, let's observe and choose the best ones.
The first fashion trend is - statement coats. This fall designers and brands offer us attention-grabbing coats that look unusual and attractive. During the runway fashion shows models appeared in bright color outerwear, color blocking coats and printed ones with oversize silhouettes. I personally felt in love with colored leather coats and fur pieces. If you want to look trendy this winter, then I advice you to choose something unusual.
The second trend can be named as classy patterns. If you are afraid to look unusual, then there are plenty other variations of different looks, like the classy prints, including Prince of Wales, Houndstooth. Indeed, these preppy outfits will suit mostly everyone, just try it on. Some advice to combine classy prints with monochromatic ones.
The third trend is named - slouchy pants. Well, skinnies will always be in fashion, as I saw plenty of them during the runways, yet oversize pants for sure are the hits of this fall 2013 season. Wide leg pants will look the best if you combine those with fitted fitted shirt or chic jacket.
The fourth trend which is going to be in fashion next cold season is called - layering. It seems to me that layering is taken to the next level, as it looks funky and youthful. When I see the images of the runway shows I think of 1990's grunge style, yes, really the first thing that comes in my mind is the grunge fashion. Be creative and match unsuitable garments.
The fifth trend is called - minimalism. As I mentioned layering before, then it's time to speak about minimalism, and believe me, it's something completely opposite to layering. Brands offer us lots of simple and clean lines. For this winter season minimalism looks ultra chic and very feminine.
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