Monday, 7 October 2013

Women Clothing Styles in 2013

Women Clothing Styles

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The peplum dress was spotted all over the runway this season, inspired by the forties and the eighties when women wore peplum coats and dresses to draw attention to their tiny waist. This trend is the new coattail dress with an cinched waist, and a short overskirt it adds instant glamour and shows off your hourglass figure. Peplum dresses are found with minimal ruffle to very large ruffle, demonstrating many different styles. 
Style: V-NECK
Designers across the board are bringing springs 2013 deep plunge back for fall. This fall is about going low with a very deep V-neck dress. The fall trend is more modern with structured silhouettes, making it safe but still sexy. Worn by many celebrities, the cleavage-baring necklines are one of the top trends for the red carpet.
Fabric: Velvet
Flashback from the eighties velvet is back and better then ever. Velvet is a fabric that radiates luxury, appealing to both the touch and eye. Designers like Dolce & Gabbana and Rachel Zoe are highlighting new velvet hues with flashy embellishments for this top fall/winter trend.
Silhouette: A-line
The A-line cut dress is still trending for fall/winter 2013; the A-line silhouette is influence by the sixties, a decade highlighting femininity with classic lines. Once again designers are revolutionizing the way women dress creating new innovative designs with an A-line cut.
Fabric: Tweed
Traditionally known as a masculine material, tweed is all over the runway this season. The famous Coco Chanel, who turned tweed into a feminized fabric giving it an elegant feel, influences the tweed trend. You will find designers like Prada, Haider Ackermann and Dolce & Gabbana using tweed is numerous different forms this fall.