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Even the biggest designers try to push trends that aren’t going anywhere, and some of those become the bane of fashionistas everywhere. If you’ve rocked these trends in 2013, maybe it’s time to let them go and look forward to the more flattering and less eccentric trends of 2014. See some of the worst fashion trends of 2013 and decide if you’ll let them into your looks next season or simply forget your ever liked them in the first place. From popular items like bejeweled baseball caps to the worst celebrity trend of 2013, here are t... Read More
Usually, women are never satisfied when looking in the mirror. Either they find themselves too tall or too short, too fat or too skinny and the list can go on till forever. Some genetically inherited things cannot be changed, but the right clothes can do wonders. If you belong to the skinnier category, don’t worry, we’ve prepared some fashion tips for skinny girls to achieve a confident, gorgeous result when looking in the mirror. Modeling agencies and the fashion industry in general also prefers your body type. You are endowed by na... Read More
While fashion moves at a truly breakneck pace in present times, and bad trends are quickly abandoned, there are plenty of ridiculous fashion trends that lasted for centuries, and shaped the look of women and men in a way that looks bizarre to the modern eye. See the weirdest fashion trends in history and discover how they came to be and left a big mark on style history. From the European Dark Ages and Renaissance to weird African and Asian traditions, here are some of the most bizarre trends ever. Powdered Wigs Starting out ... Read More
Even before Hollywood films had sound, women everywhere wanted to emulate the style of their favorite movie stars. Trends started growing and disappeared faster and faster, and plenty of iconic looks became major trends over the years. Check out some of the biggest fashion trends started by celebrities in the past 30 years, iconic looks that got the big push into the mainstream thanks to A-listers that yielded their influence on the small screen or through the music industry. 1. Sarah Jessica Parker – Manolos “Sex and the C... Read More
Fashion Trends Report of Fall-Winter '07-'08 This season is full of pleasant surprises. Lost bold of colors, graphic prints, vintage cuts, controlled volumes, oversized knits and accessories with personality. The season's trends are far from boring! It's original, astonishing, full of life. Choose a style that defines you, either college, masculine or glamour and let clothes speak about you! Choose your look from either end of the spectrum: menswear-inspired (Katherine Hepburn, with wide soft pants, vests), or retro glamour from ... Read More
Preview of Fashion Trends - Spring 2008 What styles you'll be shopping for come March 2008? The old trends get refined, pared down or vamped up. This makes them seem so much more polished, creating a new desirable appeal and regenerates the fashion kudos. What's born on the runway will be incorporated into everyday clothing styles offered on the market. Keep your eyes open when shopping this spring season. Take what you witnessed and incorporate it into what you already have or create something fresh utilizing what you witnessed/lear... Read More
Trend: Stems, leaves and flowers Forget your floral accents of seasons past, this is a whole bouquet of flowers! Spring 2008 has given us a vivid & fresh garden to choose from, and the main theme is bold & bright. Roses, daisies, lilacs, hydrangeas and poppies - painterly flowers, abstract, almost computerized blooms or tiny calico prints.Trend: Urban safari The sultry heat of the Sahara and the 1970s infused many spring collections, as designers recalled an era when both cosmopolitan and exotic locales were more untamed than... Read More
Preview of Fashion Trends - Fall Winter 2008-2009Good news everyone: for season Fall Winter 2008-2009, fashion designers are proposing some fabulous fashion solutions! First step is choosing the clothes' cut having yourself as source of inspiration, then create harmony between clothes, hair and makeup. You'll look gorgeous in an architectural outfit, with your hair pulled back tightly and makeup with graphic accents! If you're in a romantic mood, opt for a vaporous dress with couture details, a relaxed curly hairstyle and a natural m... Read More
Far from being discouraged by the financial crisis, Spanish designer Custo Dalmau - Custo Barcelona, presented his collection for Spring Summer 2009 at the Athens Fashion Week. An army of about 1500 fashion editors, buyers, celebrities and fans have followed the collection presented by 35 models. The key elements of the new collection are figurative, psychedelic prints, pop elements, bright colors, dragons inspired by the Chinese culture, oversized flowers, gigantic rainbows and Bengal tigers. Also, a 60's hippie chic influence came... Read More
Fashion is reinvented periodically - take into consideration this basic rule and invest in items that never go out of style. Find out what's worth buying and what items continue to be hot from last season!JewelryBuy - Marine Colors Blue, green, turquoise, azure are counting among the hot colors of summer. Accessorize your outfits with necklaces, bangles and earrings in these marine colors - they look great on tanned skin, paired with fluid textures!Keep - Oversized Accessories Big, chunky necklaces, with tons of details and embellish... Read More
Vivid colors Strong colors like blue, fuchsia, green, yellow are going to dominate this summer's fashion trends, bringing a note of freshness to our outfits. After a winter dominated by dark tones and greys, these colors will surely bring a smile to our faces.Futuristic designs Eccentric cuts, hi-tech fabrics and metallics are key elements of the futuristic designs. Make the trend wearable and less quirky, by wearing silk, satin, leather or patent leather, asymmetric shapes or futuristic accessories. Equipped with an asymmetric gold... Read More