Hot Fashion Trends for Autumn and Winter 2013

Hot Fashion Trends for Autumn and Winter 2013

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Fashion is ever changing. From a season to another, designers create something new or bring a certain element into the spotlight, be it a print, a purse, a jacket or a fabric. Fashion is reinvented, the old becomes new again. For instance, hot trends of the 90’s make a sudden comeback. For fashion lovers, it is essential to know the trends of each season. This season, fashion takes us into a world of textures, we found out from Elle UK.

Hot Trends for Autumn/Winter

Our favorite trend this season is leather. Jackets, skirts, trousers, shirts, leggings, all come in leather. You can instantly turn a plain outfit into a trendy, rock chic outfit by adding some leather in the mix.

hottest trends- leather

Tartan is also one of the hottest trends for this season. Always thought of as a wintery print, tartan has made a serious comeback this year. It adds dimension to an outfit and comes in many colors and styles, so you can find a way to bring it in your personal style, whether you prefer the more classic tartan or a grungy, laid back one.

 hottest trends- tartan

Texture is perhaps the key feature of the season: fluffly jumpers, textured jackets and skirts are all over the shops, streets and runways.

hottest trends- texture

The Big Coat is also one hot fashion trend. The bigger the coat, the better. Man sized, long coats are all the rage. Be sure to select a coat with texture, a mohair one for example!

the big coat

Over the last few season, the pencil skirt has been a style essential. This season, however, the pencil skirt is overshadowed by a a pencil skirt with a twist: a flare around the knees. Designers have made the flared skirt a favorite for autumn/winter.

pencil flare

On the matter of colors, deep rich colors are this season’s palette: burgundy, navy and the classic black should all be in your wardrobe.

What’s your favorite trend this season?

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Remi Koene
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