The style collection of 2010 on women clothing is very exciting with bold designs, striking colours and legs towards the existence of Michael Jackson. Yes, ignore about gladiators or those absurdly dull grey shades of the doom and gloom of the 12 months before. It’s time for some cheerfulness towards this year’s infinite possibilities. archives
To get appetisers, over-the-knee boots or thigh-high boots are incredibly much in vogue. Pair up with a mini blouse and you’re good to go. Since last 12 months we experience a whole lot gloom, we better ready themselves this year should background repeat itself. Therefore, cape, cloaks and capelets are introduced to this year’s fashion collection to protect us from any interfering with doom. God forbid!
Even though PETA would not be too happy but leather clothing is very hot this year. Those who think it is revolting can opt for something more conservative such as ‘The Female Dandy’ or Chunky Knitwears which portrays a very professional look. Michael Jackson’s bereavement has inspired this year’s fashion collection because his famous Military Jacket is very much popular. Besides that, ‘Thriller’ definitely encouraged the birth of cut tights and stockings as well as ripped denim jeans and torn denim scheduled to casts of the undead.
Some women clothing suppliers also contributed towards this year’s fashion collection as they may have campaigned for one-shouldered dresses and tops. So, no wonder we see these designs so commonly from women clothing suppliers. They have also definitely unleashed the nudist in us by motivating females to wear see through clothing. Really good to wear a spaghetti strap before placing on that see through blouse. Keep in head to always buy loose fitting see though clothes!
Concerning the colour of the year, Mariana Black tops the list as everyone needs to gain back her or his calm before going forward on. However, designers are by using a lot of colour scheme colours such as yellowish and orange to maybe cure us of that very gloomy year we call 2009. So good riddance to you 2009 and hello 2010!