Spring Trends 2013

 

With the new year upon us, shopping for trendy fashions is high on every fashion conscious individual’s list. The good news is, one doesn’t have to spend a small fashion this year to stay “in vogue”. It does not have to be a challenge to dress to impress for 2013. All one needs to do is stay informed on the hottest trends for the upcoming season. To look chic throughout the year, let the following descriptive be your guideline:

Drape That Cape

A bold fashion trend making a comeback for 2013 is the fashion cape. Women of all ages can dress a cape up or down, for casual daytime wear or evening formal wear. Capes can complement almost any outfit and seem to offer a look of charm and sophistication. During the chilly winter months, capes made of wool or other substantial fabric can add a nice layering to an outfit. For spring, consider a satiny lightweight cape to add a touch of class to semi-casual dress.

Leather and Lace

Leather skirts are more than a timeless fashion statement, they are versatile as well. Sexy and chic, a leather skirt or leather pants can make a women feel provocative and alluring. Toned down with a simple sweater, a leather skirt is appropriate for the office. Teamed with a lacey top, the leather skirt can be perfect for evening apparel. Whether choosing an eggshell color for spring or traditional black for winter, leather fashion is hot for 2013.

Those Oldies But Goodies

The retro look is making an impact for 2013. Maybe you are aiming for the Monroe look captured by a halter neck dress, or you want to recapture a playful and carefree 50s sock-hop by adorning a poodle skirt and sweater. Vintage style hats are where it’s at this year. Whatever vintage style you are after, retro is the look for 2013. Today’s trendy woman can pull it off with ease.

Everyone’s Wearing Some Silver and Gold

You do not need to be a heavy-metal wannabe to get your fashion groove on this year. Think hot mirrored metallic fashions for 2013! Focus your eyes to the fashion runways this spring ladies, and here is what you may find. That glossy copper shirt teamed with a V-neck sweater is sure to turn heads wherever she may go. To accessorize, a shiny mirrored handbag in a matching shade of copper bronze, silver or gold.

Treat Your Feet

Are you ready for iridescent patent leather shoes this spring? It’s the latest fashion footwear trend for 2013. From embroidered designs to metallic sparkle, everything goes. Flats in various designs are also hot and trendy for 2013, especially for spring.

The Fashion Conscious Man

Not to be ignored, today’s man knows what fashions are in for 2013. Leather jackets in various styles are making a huge impact in men’s fashion this year. Bomber jackets are classic and fun. Leather bike jackets offer a retro and classic 50s look. This style is perfectly matched with casual denim jeans. For men who do not care for the leather look, jean jackets are also making a comeback for 2013, and this is a versatile option for spring. Men, do you think you are too cool for a trench coat? Think again, because the trench coat is about to re-emerge as a fashion statement for 2013. Wear this mid calf classic under a sorts jacket or sweater, with dress slacks or jeans. Wintertime warmth has never looked so cool.

Ladies and gents, whatever your unique style happens to be, you may find it emerging on the scene in 2013. The great news is, you can look trendy this year while reclaiming your individuality. Have fun and put your best fashion foot forward in 2013.

Victoria Wong is a part time blogger and writes for numerous money saving blogs.  Her favourite deal is an Overstock coupon that she uses to get discounts at Overstock.com

 

 

 

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Published on: April 10, 2013

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