Monday, January 5, 2015

Ladies fashion:Here's the Top trends for 2015...Dont be leftout

Believe it or not 2015 is our year of heaven on earth and of couse fashion in not left out of it,cos purely for all the fashioners and fashionistas!!
As such clues and what you need concerning All of the most best fashion trends for the year are here courtesy icon360Entertainment world..... Everything from fun sequins with denim jackets to a tailored tuxedo jacket. Big, bold flower prints and daring dots will be popular this year while seasoned favourite monochrome is as popular as ever. Usually a summer staple, the gladiator sandal has has a winter revamp with soaring heels and lacing up to the knee becoming a popular look.
Tailored tuxedos

It’s been around for a couple of seasons, but with the huge emphasis on the Sixties and Seventies this spring, the tuxedo suit or jacket now has added glamour. It’s either glitzy and sequined, or chic and block. Try a white, boxy style to add androgynous drama to a black dress or jumpsuit.

Monochrome magic
Black and white fit in so well with the grown-up, tailored aesthetic for 2015. The best way to approach it is with good quality separates, which you can wear even when the monochrome trend is long gone. 

Power flowers
This season’s flowers are big, bold and bright, including vivid, oversized prints at Michael Kors and pink-toned petals on a trouser suit at Victoria Beckham. But try to choose one outstanding item and keep everything else pared back to stop it looking too messy.

Daring dots
One of those utterly versatile prints that work as both a fun, feminine print and also a sophisticated classic, polka dots large and small are a big spring/summer trend this year.
At their most fun, they come as giant monochrome spots on girlish shift dresses, as at Dolce & Gabbana, but the more wearable version by Ralph Lauren featured white dots on navy in a flawless bias-cut gown.
Pair a bold polka print with a pretty blouse as shown, for a chic, but youthful look.

Ballerina beauty
Frothy, beaded chiffon skirts, tiered tulle dresses and glinting organza capes are all part of this return to romanticism, seen everywhere from Burberry.
But the message is to add a strong, casual edge to tone down the sugary taste. Try some powerful heels with a delicate frock.

Nautical stripes
for this season there is an abundance of seafaring navy, red and white stripes. You could also try an oversized double-breasted blazer. This top is flattering and works well tucked into trousers or skirts.

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