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My meditation upon winter trends 2012/2013



 Shiny colours (and materials)
There is no question whether vibrant colours are an eye- catcher. The question is... Will you incorporate them in your own personal style? Well, I guess as with every trend you should see if and how much it works for you. Naturally, if you have a more toned down style you can always opt for colourful accessories.
 
Skirt+ trousers
Wearing pants and skirts simultaneously? What do you think about this trend?
I think it can look good but you have to be careful how you go about it…However, if you like to experiment forget about caution and use this trend to be as original as always.

The East
Designers dream Oriental dreams, why shouldn't you?

Wear that belt!
It seems we started to wear belts over just about anything! If you ask me, it was right about time! What makes you more feminine than the emphasis being put on your waist? --- rediscover 'em again:)!

Decorative heels
I love them, but I think it is important that you match the rest of the outfit with it. Or not if you're into a more playful style or you know you can pull it off;) For all of you that are up for a little bit of DIY, this is the perfect time to take those old heals from the closet and jazz 'em up a little.

Oversized coats
What is not to love in this trend? You'd be warm and you'll look glamorous. Can it get any better?

Cobalt
I cannot emphasize enough how much I love this shade of blue. I love to see it just about anywhere: Painting, shoes, accessories etc.

Layering
Layering always adds that little special something to your outfit. Plus with the weather being as unpredictable as it is, what other choice do you have?

Black leather
Fake or real, leather is just so much fun! Baggie leather pants are the new in- thing, but I haven't seen them around much. Have you?

Patterns
Nothing like patterns to live up your style. Ah, I could talk all day about patterns. What about you?

White
Combat the "seen-it-all" by opting for white.  One thing I particularity love are the white dresses because they have something very romantic about them and there are so many ways to wear them.  If you have the guts, dress in all white.



Here it is...My thoughts about some of this year winter trends. What is your favourite look for this winter?

Comments

  1. Hi! I love white, velvet and skinny pants. I'm following your blog now it's great and I can learn english language ;-) Kisses (Caterina www.imieoutfit.blogspot.com)

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    1. and it is great that by following your blog I can learn Italian:)
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  2. Great insight!

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  3. I love leather trend!!

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    have a nice day
    Style shouts

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  4. I couldn't agree more with you! I love the leather trend :-)

    xoxo The Daily Fashion Drug

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    1. and I love how everything can made from leather these days,not just jackets, shoes and accessories as it used to be!

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  5. Thank you for your visit, it's always a pleasure to read your comment! By the way the leather trend is one of my fav ever!
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  6. Thank you for your visit dear !
    Great trend !

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  7. i bet we will see more of black leather and white in 2013! nice list dear xx

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