Most Delicious Trends of Fall/Winter 2013

Chloé,  Anthony Vaccarello and Paco Rabbanne
Chloé, Anthony Vaccarello and Paco Rabbanne

If you are still torturing everyone around with What To Wear question, I can understand you very well. There is nothing in this world that could bother a woman more than this inquiry. Scientists and scholars should conduct a sustainable research to find the plausible answer. And yet, I doubt we will be any satisfied. No matter how packed our closets are and how many broken shelves we have to replace, we still struggle with this issue. Whenever my mom hears my “there is nothing I can wear”, she doesn’t even bother to comment and turns around with her eyes rolled. Did you recognize yourself? Then this post will help you to prevent the most horrible disease – check out the hottest Fall 2013 trends!

Fall/Winter 2013 Trends

People have always been affected by history. We love to watch movies about the ancient times or read books about kinghts in shining armors. This affection didn’t pass by fashion either. For the Fall/Winter 2013 season, some designers decided to look back at the medieval times. Metallic mesh outfits were offered by Anthony Vaccarello, Chloé and Paco Rabbanne. I love all the variations, as they shine and obviously attract a lot of attention.

Zuhair Murad, Eudon Choi and Valentino
Zuhair Murad, Eudon Choi and Valentino

Rich embellishment is also one of the hottest trends this fall. Rather than wearing plenty of jewelry pieces, the fashion maestros suggest donning outfits with wondrous adornments. Here it is mostly about dresses, but such embellishment can be easily applied to any of the clothing pieces. It is very feminine, delicate and beautiful. Eudon Choi, Zuhair Murad and Valentino presented mind-blowing articles of clothing, which are so hard to resist.

Stella McCartney, Vivienne Westwood and Maison Martin Margiela
Stella McCartney, Vivienne Westwood and Maison Martin Margiela

As a contrast to the previous trend, here is another “hottie” of the season. Masculine style, which is presented through baggy silhouettes, plain design and stripes, is also in vogue. This is a great advantage for us – what can be better than a coat or blazer borrowed from your beloved ones? Fisrt, you will have a chance to save some money. And also, there is a great opportunity to attach a spying device on the inside of the clothing piece. Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney, Maison Martin Margiela and other designers stressed the masculinity of Fall 2013 season with gorgeous pieces that won’t leave you untouched.

Givenchy, Hermes and Lanvin
Givenchy, Hermes and Lanvin

Various prints are also very trendy. But unlike the past seasons with mostly animal patterns, this fall is going to be full of colorful prints and styles. They all amaze with the elaborate composition and bright hues, and this is exactly what makes them so great! Givenchy, Hermes and Lanvin decided to make our lives more fun and how can we not be grateful for that?

Saint Laurent, Haider Ackerman and Zadig & Voltaire
Saint Laurent, Haider Ackerman and Zadig & Voltaire

Grunge is on the top of the mountain and will stay there at least until spring time. Mixture of punk and rock has been deeply enrooted into the fashion culture of Saint Laurent, Haider Ackerman and Zadig & Voltaire Fall 2013 Ready-To-Wear shows. Leather jackets, mesh tights, biker boots, studs and heavy make-up: all of that surely speak to us a lot.

Marios Shwab, Erdem and Marc Jacobs
Marios Shwab, Erdem and Marc Jacobs

The most prominent color of the season is super expressive and passionate. Oxblood red, in various shades, stuns from the runway shows with its deep meaning and great appeal. Marc Jacobs, Erdem, Marios Shwab and many others opted for this color as the highlight of their collections. It draws so much attention to it, that there is really no need to worry about any other accessories.

These were the hottest trends of Fall/Winter 2013 season. Whatever you like will make a good fit for your closet. Good thing about these pieces is that they are very comfortable to wear, besides the obvious appealing side.