Fashion is exploring all realms of possible innovations, utilizing not only stitching, structure, color and detail to set a new trend, but also swapping fabrics which you haven’t used before. This season, this includes two of the most favored fabrics by top designers: neoprene and mesh.
Who ever looked at a scuba suit and thought it could be a fashion trend? Neoprene has been a craze the past year up to now. It has a form and structure that doesn’t crumple and stays crease-free all day.
If you feel like flaunting your body shape, easily opt for a neoprene clothing item that perfectly fits your body, While manipulating body shape so that any excess curves of baby fats remains hidden is also possible, you can also consider a more box and free-flow clothing item. Shift dresses in neoprene material could just be your best friend.
Another characteristic to love is the fact that the material is quite light that a humid weather will not break down your style. From bathing suits and bikinis (Traingl bikinis is all the rage the past summer) to a variety of clothing items, neoprene has taken center stage. But if you want a more in depth take on this interesting material, read up on Jica Lepena’s take on it! READ: http://thepoc.net/index.php/neoprene-for-newbies/
With this trend in season, you won’t look like a mess even if you’re all meshed up. This fabric surprisingly takes a clever twist. This is because the experimental characteristic of the material is quite endless.
Layer on layer is the best asset mesh can contribute. Obviously, walking around only in mesh could get you into trouble. It’s too thin and you’d be practically naked.
Because mesh peeps so much skin, any piece of under clothing is still seen. For heavy underclothing to make you look layered, your under garment must be very basic. For this, try spaghetti strapped tops to geometric and stylish bralettes or statement tube tops (even with bold printed statements). There isn’t even a need to worry about being to revealing a lot, because even if mesh is a fabric full of holes, it gives the illusion of coverage. If you’re afraid to plunge right in the mesh factor, opt for a clothing item that has detailing of mesh instead of jumping right in the full-on mesh bandwagon. Black is always the most basic and the best color to start with.
Certain fabrics and trends seem strange until you fully learn or play with the item. No need to scour away with green envy any longer with a few heads up facts about. Searching trends and how to pull off these items always help in creating the trendy look with your personally style, so explore and experiment!