Get Cozy With ‘Velvet Trend’ This Winter

Get Cozy With 'Velvet Trend' This Winter
Get Cozy With 'Velvet Trend' This Winter

Velvet is going to be one of the season's hottest styles. Let it be extra pop that makes the look so fall 2010.

Don’t you just love the cozy feeling of lush and yummy velvet? This fall is your greatest chance to wear all those exotic and elegant shades of velvet for this is the season of velvet. Yes for all the big fashion extravaganza are hinting the return of velvet with a bang this winter.

Settle in for the ride to experience the softness of blanket and warmth of love with your velvet outfit this winter. The credit for this return goes to Alexander Wang, who used beautifully colored velvets in several of his pieces including scarves, tops, bottoms and dresses. Velvet was in nearly half of his ensembles, signaling that it’s a staple for this fall. He showed off velvet in color too. Although there was lots of black, there were also some wine and midnight-blue colored pieces that add an edgy but romantic vibe.

Velvet carries a soft touch and compliments curvy feminine figure with its twists and turns. It has a rich and royal aura. Whether it’s the classic elegance of romantic ruby red or the darker shades of midnight blue or black, velvet is always considered the ultimate option to enhance feminine lure.

This winter’s velvet collections also spell fun with some whimsical pieces like shorts and flared-leg hippy pants, velvet waistcoats and cape coats. Other then timeless black, the hottest velvet colors for this fall are burgundy wine, forest green, and midnight blue, perfect for the romantic feel of fall.

Charlotte Ronson’s super-fun, bohemian fall 2010 line also featured bright blue velvet pants and blazers. The poppy color adds a youthful and energetic feel for the fall.

Velvet is going to be one of the season’s hottest styles. Let it be extra pop that makes the look so fall 2010.