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Fashion Trends 2011-2012.

22 Dec

The season fall/winter 2011/2012 was inspired mainly by the ’40,’60 and the ’70.

The ’40.  In full after the war, the Mad Men style to try to break again. Broad shoulders, tall and structured lines of the sleeves’ length elbow “and pencil skirts, it is the female version. In men, the three-piece suit with white stripes give a serious look mafioso. It is fine feminine with a belt at the waist, a colorful accessories and a neck lavalier example. Plus: vinyl gloves.

The ’60 Atmosphere babydoll icon Twiggy, Courreges dress. No doubt we are in the sixties. Claudine collar of the already announced the return of the little girl look. In addition to the Cubist prints, the colors pop, the trapeze dresses and babies, we really wonder if the white tights will resurface, too.

The ’70. The hippies inspire years, season after season. Less hippie, more controlled, more urban but also a lot more glamorous in its colors and materials. The seventies result in long coats fringed with fur, sets pantsuit flare velvet, satin blouses, skirts flared twelve o’clock and still these robes and airy with psychedelic prints. A wide brimmed fedora and eccentric with a feather is all perfect.

Sportswear chic. Sporty and retro chic sportswear includes the codes of the genre. Diagonal colored sub-sweaters, elastic waist pants time and vertical lines on the side. A cloakroom is no longer reserved for ski resorts and urbanizing with blows of shoes and leather and satin materials.

Heritage. The neo-traditional English style returns. Parts classic tweed trench coats, pants and blouses Scottish gowns, the look of Kate Middleton will be emulated. Typically the look of the season if you pull into the preppy with curved jackets emblazoned on corduroy, a plaid shirt and socks in his loafers with tassels. Not forgetting her purse binder course.


 
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