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Monday, March 18, 2013

Spring Summer 2013 Women's Fashion Skirts Trends

Spring Summer 2013 Fashion Trends - Skirt is an outfit dedicated to women, it is suitable for many different conditions and circumstances. The main directions for women's trendy fashion skirts of spring summer 2013 are retro and futurism, designers pay special attention to feminine and strong in their design.

Spring Summer 2013 Fashion Trends
Dsquared2, Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbana, Rick Owens, Guy Laroche, Givenchy
Styles of skirts of the new season are very diverse, relevant models are the ones of flared and slim silhouettes; many skirts have high waist line. One of the trendy fashions is the skirt of varying lengths. It is still fashionable to combine a skirt and skinny pants.
Spring Summer 2013 Fashion Trends
Moschino, Balmain, Burberry Prorsum, Chanel, Giorgio Armani
The length of trendy skirts can be any, from mini to maxi. Many designers liked the geometry models of A-Line, universal pencil skirts are still in vogue, but, in contrast to the previous season, their strict silhouette is often adjusted by flared elements and cuts.
Spring Summer 2013 Fashion Trends
Aganovich, Balenciaga (2,3), Gianfranco Ferre, Salvatore Ferragamo
Asymmetry – is one of the trends of the season. Uneven hem cut of geometric shapes, asymmetrical necklines, and skirts or its imitation are in fashion.
Spring Summer 2013 Fashion Trends
Givenchy, Giambattista Valli, John Galliano, Rochas
Soft and voluminous shapes – is another popular trend of new collections, designers often include soft tucks, multi-layered and three-dimensional detail in the design fashion skirts. The trend is relevant for models of any length.
Spring Summer 2013 Fashion Trends
Chanel, Ralph Lauren, Rochas, Balenciaga, Badgley Mischka
Another fashion trends of trendy skirts of spring-summer 2013 – folds, pleats and ruffles. Models with these relevant elements can be found in almost every collection.
Spring Summer 2013 Fashion Trends
DKNY, Oscar de la Renta, Michael Kors, Roberto Cavalli, Versace
Flared and tight skirts with deep cuts to the hip are in fashion, some designers also offer models with original decorative cutouts.
Spring Summer 2013 Fashion Trends
Nina Ricci, Dolce & Gabbana, Jean Paul Gaultier, Valentino, Roberto Cavalli
One of the hottest trends of collections – are skirts of semi and fully transparent materials, special attention should be paid to models made of texture fabrics such as – lace, mesh, knitted or woven fabric.
Spring Summer 2013 Fashion Trends
Christian Dior, Saint Laurent, Dolce & Gabbana, Nina Ricci, Salvatore Ferragamo
In the new season, a lot of attention is paid to the original texture of the material. In addition to transparent fabrics, fashionable is smooth reptile skin, suede, material with glitter, coarse linen cloth, fringe, as well as the fabrics with sequins. Various shades of metallic luster are still on the list of fashion trends, holographic overflow color is also relevant. Some designers offer models made of unusual materials, such as metal plates or straw.
Spring Summer 2013 Fashion Trends
Michael Kors, Elie Saab, Moschino, Isabel Marant, Salvatore Ferragamo
The color scheme of fashionable skirts spring-summer 2013 is very broad and covers all the fashionable pastel, saturated and neon hues of the season. Contrast of two colors is in fashion, especially black and white, among the actual prints – floral, geometric, abstract paintings, ethnic ornaments and prints similar to reptile skin.
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