In our collections you can find all what you will need in this season: chunky knits, sweater dresses, felted and knit scarves and many other accessories to stay warm and look cool. Bright, eye-popping colors make a statement this season - favor the bright and don't be shy to pair different shades of the same color.
All these would complete your winter look and more would also keep you warm in the windy and freezy days.
Accessories all year round can transform a boring outfit into a stylish look. In another words, accessories can revive an old dress and turn it into a fashion masterpiece in a matter of a moment. The bottom line: selecting and using accessories tastefully is an art that pays back.
Here's a summary of all big trends of the Fall/Winter 2012 with from Vogue Magazine for F/W 2012:
layering is the starting point for a collection that consists of many pieces that are also mix-and-match and purposefully crafted to combat the winter temperatures. The source of inspiration, then, is the book The Stonemasters and its images of the California climbers of the Seventies. Sporty details mix with very masculine pieces and feminine dresses. It passes from the checked shirt to pieces in oversized knits, from touches of fur to ponchos with decorations that bring to mind the typical graphic prints of Native Americans. But also trapeze tops worn over undershirts, skirts that look like shirts or cardigans, flower-printed dresses and ankle-length skirts
midi and maxi
black, bordeaux, army green, red, cement, khaki, anthracite, sandpaper, white, ivory, dove, camel, pearl
fur, woolen knit, cotton, nylon, woolen cloth, satin, lightweight wool, silk, cashmere, sweatshirt, lurex, chiffon
flared, sarouel, oversized, A-line, loose, layered
knit berets, cloth belts, robust patent leather lace-up high-top shoes, pearl necklaces, wool gloves, fur stoles, lightweight knit collants, wool stockings, maxi woolen scarves, fur busbies, knit muffs, charm necklaces
To find all new listings for upcoming season use "rusteam fall fashion" key words in Etsy search.
Story by Lyudmila (WoolSolution)