Objavljeno Oct. 31, 2016, 1:12 p.m.
ARE YOU IN THIS SEASON?
When you get ready to leave your home in the morning do you throw on the first thing you see when you open your wardrobe or do you spend minutes or even hours choosing the perfect outfit? Do you worry about colours and how to match them? Do you think that there is more to clothes than just being functional?
If you have answered YES to most of the questions keep reading!
If you have answered NO to most of the questions keep reading anyway, you might find a few tips useful!
Following fashion could be a pointless job, but also fun, so we’re here to give you a few tips about what’s in this season. Would you wear these pieces?
The advice for jackets and coats is following: wear statement fake fur, plaid overcoats and aviator-style jackets accessorised with skinny scarves and fun-coloured hats.
Cold winter is coming so it’s always useful to have some chunky knits, thoughtful layers, turtlenecks, excessive ruffles and leggings as pants. Don’t forget cropped sweaters on top of checked shirts! And throw in some velvet, please!
When it comes to footwear, fashion is as follows: pointy-toe shoes, open-toe booties and square heels (preferable wooden ones).
Accessories, to keep the fun going: choker necklaces, jumbo ear pieces, fun hair pieces and dark and silver nail polishes, paired with very imaginative hairstyles (bobs, bangs, high ponytails, voluminous buns and tiaras).
You can also have a lot of fun this season and keep warm as well! The most important thing is to keep a casual and street style wherever you can, but add a little bit of colours to your everyday clothes.
A must-have item for this season is an over-sized jacket in any shade of blue, brown or green. It should be paired with a pair of good combat trousers and ankle boots (any but cowboy ones, please)! If you want to look really cool add at least one turtleneck sweater and a checked shirt. The bravest ones can also try floral print.
Colours of the season definitely are: metallic, silver, gold, grey, deep red and military green.
Which of these things would you wear! Let us know your opinion.
FASHION FUN FACTS
Who is a Sneakerhead? What animals were popular accessories in the 1800s? What is the most expensive pair of shoes?
Even though many blogs and books have been written about fashion industry, most of you are not aware of these fashion trivia. Keep reading because we bring you some of the amazing fashion facts that will rock your mind!
Did you know that the first shopping mall to sell clothes was built in ancient Rome?
Pink for girls and blue for boys is a relatively new phenomenon: A 1918 catalog advised blue for girls because it was a “much more delicate and dainty tone” and pink for boys because “it’s a stronger and more passionate color, and because it’s actually derived from red.”
Did you know that the most expensive pair of shoes are the ruby slippers designed by Harry Winston, inspired by the ones Dorothy wore in The Wizard of Oz. They cost a cool $3 million.
Did you know that the first fashion magazine was published in 1678, in France (of course? It was called Le Mercure Galant and aimed at male readers. A female fashion mag followed 16 years later.
Lacoste’s little embroidered crocodile was the first-ever designer logo. He created and manufactured it in 1933.
People used to wear live chameleons as brooches in the late 1800s. They’d pin them to their lapels like regular jewelry.
Platform shoes are nothing new: Chopines, which were popular across Europe and Asia since the 16th century, were outrageous platform shoes that offered a platform of anywhere from 6 to 24 inches. They were the predecessor to the modern-day high heel.
Did you know that the first pair of Levi’s was sold around 1853 for $6 worth of gold dust.
After its modern debut, the bikini was banned in Belgium, Italy, Spain, and Australia, and it was declared a sin by the Vatican.
Did you know that a Sneakerhead is someone who collects shoes?
For all the hoopla made about Fashion Week, the average fashion show is only about 10 minutes long.
Did you know that men’s shirts button on the right, and women’s on the left.
What do you think? Which of these facts surprised you the most?
By Dragana and Zaga