Fashion keeps changing with the change in seasons, days and aesthetics. Fashion weeks kick off while bringing you the latest that fashion has to offer. As the fashion changes, people change and the way of dressing, styling and creativity change. So people in today’s world always want to keep in touch with latest fashion trends and even about what’s coming ahead. Hence, our time machine went into 2012 to bring forth some 2012 fashion forecast for our dear fashionistas!
Year 2012 is going to be much glamorous and fashionable, when in the city of Milan; fashion weeks will blast to give you the best of fashion. Fashion weeks such as Milano Moda Pre Collezioni, Milano Moda Donna, Milano Moda Uomo, Hong Kong Fashion Week and many more will bring you an irresistible range of fashion fetish.
Coming towards hottest trends that will become a part of your life in 2012, the one on the top of the list is Jumpsuits with wide leg pants and flat sandals to give you a quintessential 60s look with low ponytail. Designers like Valentino, Maria Grazia and Pier Paolo Piccioli will offer their wide range in block colors.
The year 2012 will be much fast paced to save time for a little effort and attention on everyday wear. So fashion is going to be more about going easy, breezy and effortless with sheer maxi dress. A combination of funky shirt with sheer maxi will become a perfect example of going effortlessly chic.
Moreover, plunging neckline is all you need next year to appear sexy and sensual as year 2012 will be more about refined sex appeal! You can don a sexy outfit with plunging neckline and be the femme fatale of the evening.
Fashion forecast about men’s trends in year 2012, we cannot forget the Olympic Game 2012, making their way to London next year, which is going to be a high influence on men’s fashion. Amongst many trends, Athletic wear is going to be a major trend in 2012. Inspired by traditionally English sporting disciplines like rowing and fencing, there will be lots of sporty fabrics and details with relaxed tailoring.
In addition to that, with designer Kim Jones becoming the men’swear style director of Louis Vuitton, men will be a little too rough-and-ready, and a little too casual in 2012.