Top Fashion Trends for Women to Adopt
As we know, fashion changes with every season of every year. We have picked some of the latest and most wearable fashion trends for women. So, let us take a look at the Top Fashion Trends for Women to Adopt this year.
One of the trending styles to pick from the spring/summer collection this year is the shirt-dress. Long shirt, which hit the stands a few years ago, has already become a classic. But, this season, designers have re-imagined the shirt-dress with a variety of quirks and cuts. Drop waists, double high slits, button-downs, asymmetric hemlines, and mandarin-collar: be ready to embark upon an adventure, and experiment with any look to match your personality as you play with this fashion trends for women.
Culottes are tricky, especially with the length. Falling somewhere between a boot cut and a full-on flare, have evolved from last-season’s raw denim, double-tone or embroidered variants to the almost-trousers with wide legs this pre-fall season, and the length is hemmed just between the upper ankle and lower calf. Apart from the ankle-grazing length, a higher, more notorious length is also going hot, and it will look best teamed with tall leather boots, considerably taming the style.
Long vests, which the designers have been playing around with for some seasons now, are perfect for the pre-fall season, particularly because pre-fall is the season for outerwear that you have been so excited about. An alternative for the 70’s jackets and blazers, long vests have a slimming effect on the body, especially when left unbuttoned. They can be worn in the late summer September on their own, showing off the bare arms, with sweater when it gets colder, or even used for a layered look.
Girls Sporty Outfit Look – Whether you are just out for a simple jog, working it at the gym or into full blown, competitive sports there is no reason why your sporty outfit cannot be fashionable at the same time. Add the cool quotient to winter with the athletic trend, an old-school approach to styling that is making a comeback in the moderate temperatures this autumn/winter season. The classic touches like the go-faster stripes, tennis skirt, gym shorts, plimsolls or leather leggings can really jazz up the look in a fresh, splashy kind of way. The sporty design can provide a nice fit, offering great body shape. Racer backs are in, but polo neck is one of major fashion trends for women for the year.
A-line has been ruling the fashion world for some time now, and it is definitely on the rise, especially for the resort season. It looks best when sported with a touch of the 70s for a bit of a twist. A playful mix of masculine jackets with modernized floral prints or colorful zigzags, cropped cuts, and high waist flared fits or straight-leg trousers worn with trainers, can leave no doubt. A-line jumpsuits, and dresses, or skirts with embroidery, paired with shirts or knits, are feminine, and so 2017!
Kimono-style Trench Coats
This stylish mix of a modern robe, a traditional kimono and a proper coat has been a surprisingly fashionable and well-accepted trend since the last summer. A fancier, single-colored version of last year’s waist-length flowery frocks totally worth bringing down from the runways that it is ruling this. They are slouchy, roomy and lightweight. Though thrown in with these summer trench coats, just for the sake of it, belts, especially a medium-size obi belt, with a knot in the side, can complete the look.
Cape dresses are on their high peak right now. This winter, beat the harsh winter cold with the all new fashion trends for women, i.e. the cape. It closely resembles a poncho, and is flexible enough to beat all the other forms of winter dressing. It can be worn with either sides up or down, and will still go well with any other winter piece, from above-the-knee boots to the pyjama style. These are best when the neutral colors are chosen. The poncho itself offers a layered appearance. Do not miss this winter trend, if you want yourself a timeless regal look.
Saree: with a twist
The ethnic Indian wear is not just for the Indians anymore. Wear your saree with a modern twist, and drape it like a gown. Show off those curves in the styles that are rocking the ramp, or bring back the old modern style of Mumtaz. Still not enough? Throw in a blazer, a crop top, a tube, or anything that catches your fancy, in place of the boring old blouse, and add a whole new, quirky dimension to the traditional 9 yards. Add a belt. Make an absolute fusion to own the saree-clad look this year.
If you are looking to add something to your wardrobe that you can reach in for, any time of the year, the trucker jacket is a must-have this year. The denim jackets are great when there is an onset of a slight nip in the air, and are just as great when worn under a layer, creating a fashion statement. Opt for any: just team it with slim jeans or khakis, wear it unbuttoned on a loose tee, or like a shirt. The choice is yours. This jacket is super-versatile, and an absolute essential to complete the wardrobe.
Gypsy-inspired looks meets the glamorous jet set styling, and you have gypset, characterized by bold patterns, orientalism and opulence of bohemianism. It is one of the biggest fashion trend for women this year, and is totally wearable. It is a fun and enjoyable cruise line, beginning in the ‘70s. Spice up your regular work and evening wardrobe with a dash of color and exoticism. Layered tunics with Aladdin pants, oriental-inspired accessories and bold floral patterns, will jazz up the look.
Suede is back from the 70s, while denim is making a comeback, too, especially with the 80’s favorite full-denim look. Knits and midi-skirts are among the fall trends, and so are the timeless furs and plumes. Show off some skin with some mid-riff baring, or play with the imagination with the fringes. Comfy flats are in, and so is bouffant. So, go out there and mix it up. So what if you can’t wear Vogue, Chanel or Louis Vuitton? Get inspired, anyway, and indulge in a fashionable year. Be beautiful.