The top trends in women’s fashion

Every new year throws upon a bouquet of new trends in the fashion scene. The women’s fashion scene in particular are more open to spontaneous changes than their male counterpart. The year 2014 did start on a positive note with a number of international fashion weeks already making their presence felt in the international fashion circuit. In line with that, there are a few new trends that have emerged and might very well dominate the fashion scene this year. These trends include:

Women's Fashion

Lace cuts

Lace cuts are the in things in the fashion scene with a number of designers experimenting with laser cuts and lace recently. The edgy designs are necessarily contemporary with a host of celebrities already taking a liking for the chic patterns.

Oxblood patterns

Oxblood patterns sees an amalgamation of bold colors which features in both the mens’ and women fashion wears. Some of the top designers of the New York Fashion Week have been seen flaunting their creations which necessarily are endowed with oxblood patterns.

Plaid

Plaids have again found their place of reverence among the fashion elites. Often deemed as the choice of the individualists, plaid os making a comeback in the fashion circuit with aplomb. The major reason for the resurrection of plaid patterns is the successful running of plaid patterns in the fall winter collection of major designers at the end of 2013. It has started 2014 on a positive note and looks set to dominate the fashion scene this year.

Given the context of some upcoming fashion weeks of reverence, there is a chance that additions to the new trend sets will happen. The fashion enthusiasts are not complaining though as the number of new trends have given them a chance to experiment with their wardrobe a tad further.

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