two-tone fur material has been used extensively on
Tipped multi dyed fur also lent itself to all sorts of chubby
coat, jackets, gilet, hood, ear
muffs, detachable tippets and fur collar variations.
Toscana and other fur gilets merge into
longer pieces as a functional choice of
women's winter apparel.
Left - Cynthia Steffe AW11 Fur Gilet.
Right - Benetton Short Gilet Collection AW11 Sisley Benetton.
Left - Zebra Gillet £39.99/€49.99 at TK Maxx
Centre - Republic - Miso Fur Gilet Cardigan £39.99.
Right - Belted Fur Gilet £34-£36, €58-€61 - Monsoon/Accessorize.
Left - Quilted Gilet £89 - CC (formerly Country Casuals) -
Centre - River Island AW11 Padded Bodywarmer Gilet.
Right - Marks & Spencer Indigo Red Padded Gilet.
Key Fashion Trends Autumn 2011
The key elements of fashion trends for autumn 2011, winter
2012 depend on longer lengths and bold rich vibrant colours in
contrast textures and luxury fabrics. The silhouette pays homage
to forties, sixties and seventies decades of style fashions.
Gilets play an important part in functional and fashionable
winter clothing layering trends.
Tailoring Fashion Trends for Autumn 2011
One of most commercial fashion trends in UK in 2011 has been
the new retro 1970s. Now for autumn this trend
continues, but is joined by the late forties look along with a
favourite retro fashion of recent years -
The strongest coat silhouette at Designer shows was the
Whatever silhouette or retro trend you select you can be sure fashion
for autumn 2011 and winter 2012 focus on mixes of zinging jewel colours.
Conclusion of Key Fashion Trends Autumn 2011 Winter 2012
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