When it comes to women’s fashion, clothes for 2010 are definitely taking the limelight. Promising to be one of the most colorful and creative years for the fashion world, designers this year are already breaking rules and starting new trends.
On the other hand, men’s fashion is taking a step back, with designers sticking to basics. When it comes to basics, it’s the men’s department that stocks up more as compared to the women’s; fashion, clothes, and shoes that are more on the adventurous side focus a little more on women than men nowadays.
This begs the question, why do women’s fashion clothes show more changes as compared to the opposite gender’s? Perhaps designers know better than to trifle with men’s clothes; after all, the average Joe is not about to experiment with pants of a shape that looks foreign to him. Women, in contrast, are more willing to explore new trends.
Thankfully, in terms of women’s fashion, clothes are becoming more and more figure-friendly. In the last few years, women’s fashion clothes included baby doll dresses, maxi dresses, loose shirts, and many other trends that flatter a woman the right way. Any unwanted pounds are well-hidden while beautiful curves are given due merit. Designers have gone a long way in designing wearable, chic women’s fashion clothes.
The year 2010 is no different. More ensembles are cropping up, with women becoming more open to new styles and cuts. Women’s fashion clothes are being overhauled; as a result, dress codes are becoming more and more open to imagination. The word “casual chic” can mean anything from pants and heels to a fun, short dress. Women’s fashion & clothes are rather unpredictable with every year that passes by, but this change is something fashionistas actually look forward to every season.
Perhaps men’s fashion will get a makeover soon, but not as radically as women’s fashion – clothes, shoes, and bags will always be more prone to modification on a woman’s body. There will still be great designers banking on women’s basics, such as Calvin Klein and DKNY; however, with savants like Alexander McQueen not holding back, there is more to come in women’s fashion clothes for 2010.