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Winter Fashion Trends 2010


If youíve just finished putting the flip flops and spaghetti straps away for the year, youíll be eagerly heading to update your wardrobe for the fall and winter. Winter 2010 trends have reached a new level of wearability, and odds are pretty good that youíll already have some of these pieces in your wardrobe. Toss in a new accessory, and youíre ready to go! Here are some of our favorite looks from the runways.


This trend is all about long, clean lines, neutral colors, and a minimum of fuss. Look for single color pieces, especially coats and dresses, in black, white, gray, and camel. They should fit with hardly a wrinkle to maintain that clean minimalist silhouette. The good news is that any minimalist piece you buy will be fashionable for years: beautifully tailored, simple clothing that fits your body just never goes out of style.


Whether you prefer army green or traditional black, a clean cut military coat is this seasonís one staple. Choose from a huge range of styles, from cropped double-breasted blazers to mid and full-length coats with seam, shoulder, and button details. (Be sure to avoid the fussy, trim-laden, band-leader look of 2008; the new military coat is decidedly more utilitarian.) Pair your military coat with sleek riding boots or over-the-knee boots to complete the look.


This classic neutral never seems to go out of style, and itís certainly back in the limelight now. On the runways, we spotted it in coats, tunics, wraps, skirts, trousers, and boots. Keep it simple and monochromatic to be a part of the minimalist trend, or dress it up with a contrasting belt, purse, or scarf. (Hint: shearling and animal prints are also in style this season.)

Hourglass Silhouette

Got curves? Youíll be delighted to hear that designers have finally embraced female curviness this season with clothing that accentuates bust, waist, and hip. Look for belted dresses and coats that feature ruching, flaring, or even padding to achieve that vintage hourglass shape.


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