How to Look Fashionable in the Cold Season of 2011

How to Look Fashionable in the Cold Season of 2011
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We’re sure that every woman that’s truly passionate about fashion has been waiting on the edge of her seat to see what new treats will the fall/winter 2011 bring. For all the fashion abiders out there, here are some of the highlights for the 2011 cold season.

The first thing you should know is that camel is the colour for the fall-winter 2011.  Whether you own an overcoat, a cape or just some accesories, camel and beige tones are the way to go if you want to look elegant and lavish.

Belts are fashionable accesories as well. On Fendi’s fashion show you can see even two belts on a single outfit, giving it an elegant look (this detail is also present on Michael Kors or Nina Ricci outfits). You may also wear such belts over jackets or overcoats.

How to Look Fashionable in the Cold Season of 2011
Michael Kors

How to Look Fashionable in the Cold Season of 2011
Nina Ricci


Once considered tacky, leopard prints are now back in. It seems that designers’ love for animal prints never ceased. You can try a very bold yet stunning combination this year as Dolce & Gabbana did and wear polka dots and leopard prints.

How to Look Fashionable in the Cold Season of 2011
Dolce & Gabbana

For an elegant look, a pair of high-waisted flare pants can be a smart investment. The 70’s fashion is back again and it looks chic, cool and elegant.

How to Look Fashionable in the Cold Season of 2011
Salvatore Ferragamo

How to Look Fashionable in the Cold Season of 2011
Yves Saint Laurent


For a more feminine look you can go for a nice Louis Vuitton outfit. The 50’s inspired clothing comes with midiskirts, cleavages and emphasized waist.

Another useful tip for the coming winter: don’t neglect the accessories. Pearls, necklaces and laces mixed with delicate layers of veil and corsages can give you a real sexy feminine look. (Christian Dior,   Giambattista Valli,  Stella McCartney).

How to Look Fashionable in the Cold Season of 2011
Christian Dior

How to Look Fashionable in the Cold Season of 2011
Giambattista Valli


How to Look Fashionable in the Cold Season of 2011
Stella McCartney

Furs are also very much in; faux furs that is. Fur goes really well with a cool accessory such as a great bag or a nice belt (Chanel, Dolce & Gabanna).

How to Look Fashionable in the Cold Season of 2011
Dolce & Gabbana

Another trend for 2011 are thigh-high boots. These boots are very comfortable, feminine and they go with almost anything. You know they make you look really hot too (Christian Dior, Vivienne Westwood).

Hopefully the tips we gave you were of some help. Now all you have to do is go out in search of style and glamour.

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