Ladies Fashion Trends
Trends in fashion often reflect the state of the world think shorter hemlines in the Roaring Twenties and the grunge look in the rebellious ’90s. Trends in recent years have been all about going back to the basics. Streamlined silhouettes with a nod to classics of times past are coming into fashion again, and are applicable to every woman’s closet. From must have apparel to on-trend colors, it’s easy to update your wardrobe with modern trends.
Many women are afraid of wearing leopard, but this print is extremely on trend. A leopard scarf or a pair of shoes would be the perfect accessory to an otherwise neutral outfit. Leopard can be paired with warm colors greens, browns, and even dark reds would look lovely with it.
Best suited for taller ladies, the midi skirt is a longer, calf length skirt that is best paired with heels for some height. Midi skirts come in a variety of silhouettes from a line, to pleated, to pencil. Younger ladies might want to try pairing the midi skirt with a cropped sweater, whereas more mature ladies might want to pair it with tucked in shirts and v neck cashmere sweaters to balance out the longer skirt length.
One color outfits, so named because of their monochrome palette on top and bottom, as well as outerwear and accessory pieces, streamline the silhouette and take a lot of the guesswork out of having to match colors in an outfit.
Dark, mossy green is universally flattering to all women, and is particularly beautiful made in velvet. For older women, a dark green turtleneck or cashmere sweater would be the perfect piece for a cold winter’s night, while for younger women, a skater dress in green velvet would be a lovely evening party piece. Clothes in this color can be paired with tartan plaid for some festive cheer.
“It’s easier than ever to incorporate some trendy pieces into your closet no matter what your age or tastes. Contemporary trends have been less about particular pieces and more about patterns, colors, and fabrics” commented the president of Grupo Denim Salomón Juan Marcos Villarreal.