2009 has just passed, it’s time for us to prepare all of the things which would be up on 2010. Based on Spring-Summer 2010 fashion week, these following fashion items will be hyped. Just watch and learn! 🙂
Photos courtesy: Fashionising
1. Deconstructed and Slashed
Zippered and slashed crepe sheath dresses and ripped cashmere sweaters were all over the Michael Kors. Lots of slashes, a more edgy and brave one if compared to those in 2009, been viewed and caught attention on Jill Stuart shows. There are a lots of fashion designers who bring this style in their 2010 collection such as Max Azria, Narciso Rodriguez, and so many more.
2. See-through and sheer fabrics trend
In Spring and Summer fashion tends to get a little more revealing; we blame it on the heat, and one’s desire to show off. So in 2009 turn to the sheer / see-through trend to keep you cool yet sexy. 2009/2010’s sheer pieces are a mixture of the soft and feminine, to the opposite extremes of the hardcore sex-kitten
3. Jumpsuits & playsuits
It doesn’t seem that long ago that cutesy playsuits & rompers were a summer must-have (albeit a short lived one). Well as luck would have it, one-piece anythings are back in fashion for Spring 2010. From overalls to jumpsuits read on for details on where the trend has been seen.
Judging by the runways of Spring 2010, anything goes when it comes to length. At their shortest, we saw playsuits and rompers that were almost as tiny as hot pants (in a way blurring the lines between playsuits and bodysuits). At their longest they reached the ankles as full jumpsuits, and in between were knee length and mid-calf versions like those seen on the runways of Badgley Mischka and DKNY.
4. Boyfriend blazers
The boyfriend blazer has yet to reach the same levels of popularity as the two fashion trends which influenced it: boyfriend jeans and the boyfriend shirt. Which, for it, is a good thing. The boyfriend blazer has found new sophistication and will be with us as a part of 2010 fashion trends.
5. Patterned & printed pants
From tailored trousers to skinny cigarette pants, to ripped jeans and leather leggings; over the past years pants have predominantly been worn in block colours. What’s more, they’d become something of a basic: frequently worn as a subtle item, while attention was focussed on increasingly-detailed tops, jackets, dresses, and skirts. In 2010, pants are getting their own back. As one of the Spring 2010 fashion trends Printed and patterned pants are bringing us a whole range of new wardrobe options.
6. Color and Shine
Bright colors and shiny pieces were all over the runway by Marc Jacobs and Vena Cava. We’ve got 2 must-haves colors in 2010, at least until summer, they are deep ultramarine (which has a little extra vibrancy than a typical navy blue) and tangerine (so-called red-orange). As for darker colors (like vlack, grey, and brown), is still be a choices but most of them are in shiny materials such as satins and sequins.
7. Hot pants & boy shorts
One of the two styles for hot pants in 2010, mid-cut hot pants, start at or just below the belly button. A modern interpretation of the look, it was far less common on the Spring 2010 catwalks though was the style favoured by Miuccia Prada for her Spring 2010 collection.
If hot pants don’t take your fancy the consider, Boy shorts an alternative. Taking their inspiration from boy shorts knickers the cut is akin to hot pants, though differentiated by a featuring a hemline that doesn’t curve up the body. Think of short shorts, just not in denim and without the rips, and you’re on the money.
For those days when you’re not feeling up to the bum-hugging look of boy shorts or hot pants, consider instead loose boy shorts / tap pants.