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Inspiration: Winter Fashion Trends 2012

Tis' the season to look dashing, fa la la la la, la la la la !
Don we now our highest fashion, fa la la la la, la la la la. 

I scoured the pages of Vogue to find the winter fashion trends and selected my 10 favorites for seasonal gatherings. These trends are easy to look great in and if you are like me, you would rather make these statement pieces rather than just buy them online!
(So I listed some fabric suggestions from our site, check them out!)

Oversized Handbag
(But I also love the velvet leggings with the men's jacket!
Make them with the velour on our website)
Winter Florals and Power Purple
(Check out this Purple Satin on our website: CWG4541)
Oversized Coats and Cinched Waists
Cobalt Blue
(We have a great rayon knit in this color, perfect for a comfortable and casual cocktail dress! 
Check out BBC5670
Black Leather
Pants in Colors and Patterns
(We have a perfect color match to the burgundy pants! Take a look at MKE5747 or try CVE4791) 
Fur Collar


Sources: Vogue UK ; Etsy ; ASOS

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