2013 trends

2013 trends
When it comes to fashion, what goes around comes around. This season fashion
goes back to Audrey Hepburn’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s 1950s polka dot dress, evoking
 a highly feminine delicacy and sophistication for the upcoming  Spring/Summer.
 The classic black and white polka dot duet is the ultimate detail for a discreet contrast
 in a minimalist look with an elegant edge. Flirty, retro and whimsical, big, medium or
 small-sized, polka dots suit everyone.
As we all know, stripes are the classic trend which never goes out of fashion. Whether
skinny or fat, minimal or psychedelic stripes were all over Spring/Summer 2013
runways. It’s easy to wear them and always look comfortable and chic.
Fringe-accenting is making a comeback for Spring/Summer 2013. From casual
sportswear to formal eveningwear fringe was found all over the Spring/Summer 2013
 runways. From clothing to accessories, fringe can be seen everywhere. Best thing
about this trend is that it can be interpreted in many ways and adds a fun, unique
 finish to your look. Fringe gives bohemian 70’s touch to everything. Make sure to
 not pass up this retro-inspired trend.
Last Spring designers paid much attention to gold and silver shades and fabrics,
and this year they have expanded the range of sparkling colors and shining fabrics
by presenting various clothing pieces and accessories in different colors with a
metallic sheen.

Asymmetry with a nice twist is still a huge hit in the spring/ summer 2013.This year,
asymmetry is reflected by a piece of fabric hanging out from one side of a dress or
a skirt, rather than some asymmetrical cutouts

Oh, those sweet floral prints! They seem to not have the intention to go out of style
and we are so happy for this. This season’s florals come in soft pastel colors and
vibrant hues, all of which are some variation of the garden theme. Florals are all
about having fun with fashion and embracing the joy and romance of Spring. Be
prepared to embrace your inner lady with floral print dresses, shirts, shoes, and
even sunglasses.
Pleats are back, and they’re going to be with us for a while yet. This is a trend that is
about early 20th century influences and a sense of elegance, or a contrasting sense of
 70′s glamour. When you’re looking for a statement, pleated item designers are
recommending maxi or midi dresses and skirts. Shorter pleated items will come back
in, but it’s too early for a school-girl skirt revival just yet.
Sweet ruffles and lovely peplum seem not to want to go out of style. This year,
they become even trendier and more spectacular appearing on dresses, skirts,
blouses and other pieces. Ruffles appear on the sleeves of blouses, on skirts and
dresses giving more volume to the entire image, while peplum keeps on appearing
 on feminine dresses, blazers, blouses, skirts and more.
Glittery rhinestones are on the height of fashion this warm season. Many clothing
pieces come decorated with jewels, becoming ideal options for special occasions.
If you want to transfer the trend to street, play with smaller pieces, such as a
bejeweled belt or collar.
 10. LACE
Lace has been a big favorite on the runways for a few seasons already,
and this sophisticated, ladylike fabric is still a great hit in the new warm