Friday, 13 April 2012

Spring Summer Fashion Forecast “2013” – colors – styles – print details for ladies outfits.

Professional designers & trend setters meet for forecasting the color trends for all the seasons. These are favored & pursued by the fashion followers…

Color analysis is the method of determining the colors that best outfit an individual's natural coloring. There are a extensive variety of approaches to analyzing personal coloring. The most well-known is "seasonal" color analysis…..

An innovative look with more contemporary [existing] appeal comes out for Spring Summer Fashion ‘13. Military & nautical influences remain important.

Three categories of spring summer color trends ’13 are – 1.)High class lookz, 2.)Real Brights, 3.)Cream pastels, 4.)Mint Green

High Class Lookz – An Extreme inspired Gesture – Glamour, stun, a fancy flourish which makes fashion amusing, elegance. Some colors that adds rich look to the styles are : Perle Noire – light pink – light lemon – lavender – nastrium.

Real Brights – Brilliant luminous fluorescent shades of pink, green, yellow, blue making epic statement especially when she worn as a total glance. For greater visibility during the daytime, very bright colors are used for the main body of the garment by means of fluorescent material..

High-visibility clothing, a type of personal protective equipment (PPE), is any clothing worn that has highly reflective properties…

Cream Pastels – Pastel brights in tints of pink, aqua green, lemon, blue grant a fresh new attractive palette for Men’s wear. Cream color is used as a skin tone in some forms of art, mostly Anime. By mixing the colors with white, pastels can be derived…..

Mint Green – Mint is applied for total look when the material is in very less weight & it is shiny. Also for matt fabrics if it is for purpose - a pale pastel tint of spring green... Color “Mint Green” is the brilliant tint of the color mint… Mint green can be said as Spring green…..


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