Friday, June 28, 2013

2013 Ladies Fashion Clothes | 2013 Women Fashion Trends

European Ladies Winter Fashion 2013 Photos

The only constant factor in the world of fashion is change. As we all know fashion keeps changing practically every minute and people strive to keep up with the new trends all the time. Now fashion does not involve just clothes and its accessories alone, whether it is for man, woman or child. New trends in urban fashion permeate into all the different aspects of a person's life, be it in the home, the office or places of entertainment.

Keeping up with the trends in fashion are an on going process, and those who are keen on being in the most fashionable list definitely have to be on the alert all the time.

When it comes to the question of clothes, nobody likes to compromise. Some of the latest trends in the women's fashion; leggings are ones in trend now and worn with matching tops look good on peoples of all sizes. Colors also play a significant role in fashion, with certain colors being the fashion of certain seasons.

The accessories that go along with clothes are also very important to give you that in-fashion look. A simple dress set off with stunning accessories like ornaments for the neck, hands and ears can turn heads your way.

The best means for those in the fashion industry to keep track of the trends is to conduct regular surveys and consult specialists when buying new stock for their stores. Keep your eyes and ears wide open observing and imbibing the fashion trends in the celebrity and fashion magazines.

The power of the consumer is greatly prejudiced by the media, but restricted by the economy, so learn the customer needs as they will be helpful pointers for giving you an idea of what is currently being purchased. Magazines like the Vogue, Elle, InStyle, etc also have active forums for the consumers.

These days with every change in the trends one will see new versions of existing standard fashion. When you think of it, fashions of the earlier decades are now back in fashion, taking the form of spandex and leggings by giving it a new fresh look. Fashions of the early 80's and 90's are now enjoying a revival with the top fashion companies using them in their advertisements. The ideal way to foresee trend is to look for it in vintage shops, and particularly on the streets and on online displays that discuss what is being worn in major towns and cities.

But for the wearer, remember that giving up one's comforts to be fashionable may help to make you look glamorous and wonderful; it may be harmful to health. So beware of back aches from constant high heels and heavy handbags, or stretched ear lobes due to fashionable heavy earrings. And last but not least wear, decorate, or utilize what suits you best.
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Sunday, June 23, 2013

2013 Prom Dresses Tips

Prom Dress 2013

Prom time is almost here and choosing from so many styles and shapes of prom dresses isn't easy. It takes time and patience to try on all those prom dresses, hoping to find just the right dress for your special evening. You should first find a prom dress that flatters your body type, or silhouette. Use the guide below to find out what type of body shape you have and which prom dress will best complement your shape.

Determining Your Body Shape

It's important to determine your body shape before you start shopping for prom gowns. Once you know which types of prom dresses will best suit you, you won't waist time trying on those that won't.

Are you Thin and Tall?

Beauty Prom Dress

Here's a way to tell: Your body is straight and slender, has few or no curves, and your bust is average in size. Your height is 5' 6" or taller. If you meet these criteria, you'll want to buy a prom dress style that adds curves, shows off your long legs, flows gracefully to reveal your slim silhouette, and adds fullness to your chest.

Try on dresses with several different neckline styles including v-neck or an open neckline to see which looks best. Also, dare to try a dress with a cutout back. Some prom dress styles to consider are empire, sheath, ball gown, and a-line.

Are you Petite?

Long Prom Dress

If you are 5' 3" or shorter with a small build and an average sized bust, you'll want a dress to complement the petite such as an empire, sheath or a-line prom gown. With a slit, you can make your legs appear longer. Or, you can look much taller by wearing a dress with a short hemline. The hemline might be ruffled, handkerchief, hi/low, or asymmetrical - whichever best suits you. There are also a-line and empire styles to take emphasis off your waistline if you are short-waisted. Your neckline could be sweetheart, halter, or v-shape.

Do you have an Hourglass, Pear, or Apple Shape?

Celebrity Prom Dress

With an hourglass shape, you are curvy with a medium-to-large sized bust. Your bottom is rounded and you have curvy hips. You can show off the curves with a sheath dress or de-emphasize them somewhat with a ball gown or a-line dress. To place more emphasis on the upper portion of your body, choose a dress with an embellished neckline.

With a pear shape, you are probably bottom-heavy, meaning your hips, thighs, and bottom are larger than the upper portion of your body. Choose prom dresses that flatter the upper half of your body such as a-line, empire, or ball gown dresses with a circular halter neckline. Or, a strapless dress might do the trick.

If your body is apple-shaped, your mid-section is probably heavier or thicker than other parts of your body. Maybe your tummy is larger than you would like. Choose dresses that take the emphasis away from your mid-section. An empire gown might work best with this type of figure. An a-line dress can work well too if you have a bodice with boning to give it a slimming effect.

Are you Athletic? Do you have a Large Build?

White Prom Dress

If you are muscular, have broad shoulders, or a large bust, choose a prom dress that will give you a feminine shape such as a ball gown or empire style dress. The full skirt will immediately add shape at your waistline. With broad shoulders, you might find that trying to cover them with wide straps or sleeves will make them look even wider. Try on a few strapless prom gowns first. You might be pleasantly surprised!

If you have a large bust, be sure your prom dress offers proper support. Choose v-necks or halters and either an a-line or ball gown. To draw attention away from your chest, wear a prom dress that has eye-catching details at its hemline.

With a full figure, there are more styles today than ever in plus size prom dresses. Don't feel uncomfortable on your prom night by trying to squeeze into a smaller gown. Find a dress that fits your body size and flatters your figure.
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