After basking in the summer trends for 2014, its time to find out about the reigning styles and silhouettes for fall fashion and embrace them with confidence. It’s almost time to bid adieu to the bright flip-flops and breezy cotton dresses and welcome the fall. The latest in fall classics like coats and boots, new colours and prints, which are emerging for this seasons staples make the stylish. Shed the winter blues with the new and know the fresh trends to stay in style this fall/winter. The biggest highlight of the rising trends for autumn/winter 2014-2015 is the androgynous take on women’s fashion. Dressing like a man is going to be every fashion obsessing woman’s cup of tea for the soon approaching winters. The silhouettes, colours, and patterns are inspired from it and designers have turned to menswear for sporting a bold and man-kind look.
All the four fashion capitals showcased their love for this blooming trends. This season’s look is more masculine from the past feminine projections of the trend. Fitted suits, boxy tailoring, loose and fitted shirts were largely seen adorned by models on the catwalks. Wide legged pants in various styles like pleated, front tabs, and high waist will also be a hit. The trend for autumn/winter 2014-2015 is progressive from the tomboyish looks to military styles to pick from. Pinstriped bottoms and tweeds for tops were also spotted in designer collections. Stella McCartney, Oscar de la Renta, and Paul Smith presented their pant suits, coats, and manly footwear with great taste and with a lot of galore.
Another strikingly new feature that was witnessed on the ramps is a spectacular range of textile innovations and fresh ideas in terms of fabrics and prints. Drawings, applique work, embroidery and interesting prints on materials like leather became a big attraction at the fashion weeks for fall/winter 2014-2015. A play of 3D prints was also popular among many designers at fashion events giving the clothes for 2014’s winter a futuristic appeal. High street fashion is loved by the fashion conscious and has a huge market of followers for comfort chic…