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Spruce up Your Wardrobe with Latest fashion trends for women

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Spruce up Your Wardrobe with Latest fashion trends for women

Dressing up pretty is every girl’s childhood dream. When we were kids, we used to dress up our Barbie dolls and wear our mom’s scarlet red lipstick. But as we grew up, we started getting hooked up to latest fashion trends across the globe. We got passionate about the latest fashion trends for women and how celebrities dress themselves on runways, red carpet and in front of the camera.

Today, it has become easier to follow our passion as media has exposed us to the fashion world. Celebrities showing off fashion trends in movies have a great impact on what people wear every day –be it at work, home or a social/public gathering. Every season latest fashion trends for women and men change as top-notch designers introduce their ingenious line of artwork. Are you one of those people who like keeping up with latest fashion…want to know what will make us look chic and super-attractive this fall – then here is the list:

Denims:

Well, we can never grow out of denim. It is the most versatile, durable and long-lasting fabric that you can wear anywhere, anytime. Started out as a laborer garment, denim has hit the high street fashion. This rugged cotton material is not limited to jeans only but can be used in making jackets, skirts and even accessories such as handbags. Sported by cowboys in early 1930s movies, denims are now flaunted by fashionistas like Khloe Kardashian, Amal Clooney and many more. Today it is one of the most popular latest fashion trends for women. Thanks to Vetements who brandished jeans to be haute, ready-to-wear in his Spring 2015 collection. But this year, names such as Victoria (Victoria Beckham) and Maria Grazia Chiuri (Christian Dior) stapled denim in trench coats and dresses plus the usual statement jeans. Hype up your jeans with a long dress just the way she does it.

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Photo credit: http://www.vogue.com/13491316/how-to-wear-dresses-over-jeans-street-style-trend-spring-2017-shopping/

Velvet:

The royal garment, velvet hasn’t lost it charms over centuries. King Richard II was so fond of velvet that he demanded to be buried in it. Since then, it has been the symbol of royalty which is truly translated by Victoria Beckham. Her new collection for Spring 2017 showcases swanky velvet pajamas and lavish dresses. This opulent fabric became one of the prominent latest fashion trends for women as it artistically flaunted on runways. Although, hard to clean and confined for winters only, the trend for velvet has escalated 84% from last year. This year, we saw Versace unveil velvet cocktail dresses and bustier tops on the ramp.

Furs:

Fur is in fashion, every fall but this year it is not limited to coats only. However, we were not short of fur coats on the ramp as Fendi vaunted striped and dotted fur coats, Proenza Schouler divulged the patchwork fur coat  and Gucci was nowhere behind with it bubblegum pink fur coat.

We also came across more innovative incorporation of fur in apparels such as detachable collars and stoles. But today faux fur has become the latest fashion trends for women at this time of the year. To our this appealing ornament gave texture and added dimension to the whole attire. A fur pom looked really adorable on the handbag. It just fancied up the whole look – simply amazing!

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Photo credit: http://www.instyle.com/fashion/shop-faux-fur-clothing-accessories-fall-winter#1526013

Puffers are in style this season. Keep yourself warm with this chunky outerwear but an elusive fur-trimmed hoody makes it oh-so-wow.  Spruce up your look with this fluffy accessory.

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Photo credit: http://www.instyle.com/fashion/shop-faux-fur-clothing-accessories-fall-winter#1526013

Ruffle up your style statement with one of these latest fashion trends for women. Win the fashion world with these hip and chic looks that will make you feel a fashionista of your town.

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