The fashion trend for the year 2012 is premised on the casual code. Fashion that is proposed from the world’s most prestigious runways is mostly urban country with a touch of informality and key details that give glamorous.
For example for the night, many designers opt for wearing outfits made up of animal print with sequins and lamé blend, whereas for the day, the premise is the military jackets, leather skirts, floral prints and fruit, houndstooth clothing and monkeys.
Fashion Trends for 2012
As you give an idea, the fashion trend for 2012 is bold and daring, invites to detach from taboo to wear ties and completely renovated and very chic.
A unique aspect is that the pajamas and no longer used only to rest but is present in the streets to benefit us all with absolute comfort, the house Tommy Hilfiger has launched very interesting outfits in soft silk or gauze. For its part, the animal print is still present Roberto Cavalli, Dolce & Gabbana and Giambattista Valli continue to exploit the sensual leopard print blouses, skirts provocative, suggestive and American pants.
This year come with white tuxedo androgynous look for women who want to look exceptional in-class events, Yves Saint Laurent is one of the many designers who are committed to this outfit for 2012, but always combined with T-shirts to get a liberal appearance and not so rigid.
For the hot days of this 2012 will take pictures of flowers and daring necklines, lilies, poppies, daisies, and orchids will give the country and cheerful touch to summer dresses. On the other hand moving from the lunar summer clothes and bikinis to dresses, blouses and skirts.
In contrast, the bet for winter focuses on military-style parkas, turtlenecks, skirts and pants tube as proposed male fashion brands Burberry, Altuzarra and Alexander Wang.
The lamb fur vests, leather jackets and brocade fabrics are other players in the winter fashion. Embroidery and lace dresses and skirts take on super glamorous as the models proposed by Dolce & Gabbana outfits that are suitable for day to night.