What are the hottest winter looks in womens designer clothing? This is a question that is still on many peoples minds even though the styles have already made it from the Paris and Milan catwalks to the stores. Before purchasing that coat, dress or pair of jeans women all wants to know if they are going to be wearing the most up to the minute fashions.
It seems that this winter most womens designer clothing is made with sleek lines, rich earth toned colours and natural materials. Michael Kars, Jewel, DKNY, Ruska and Andrew Marc all have walking coats that are fashioned with feminine, body skirting silhouettes. Wools are extremely popular and this organic fabric is being heavily used by most of the major lines featuring womens designer clothing.
This year there are also more coats that are being made with natural shearling produced in Italy, Portugal and Spain. The richness of the colours shown in these womens designer clothing pieces is because the top designers are dying the fabrics by hand and they are also using organic plant extracts. Chocolates, caramels, burnt orange and rich reds are some of the top colour choices that have been translated from the runways to retail stores. One look at the top designer walking coats featuring these deep rich shades is enough to convince most fashion conscious females that these coats are definite must have selections for their own winter wardrobe collection.
The newest dresses, coats and jeans are being designed with a fashion forward eye, but the feminine lines are a definite plus. Many people feel that womens designer clothing has been lacking a truly feminine edge during the past years and they are glad to see it has finally returned. Small flourishes and accents are highlighting many of these best selling garments. The ruffled, baby doll collar on a DKNY wool herringbone coat is a perfect example that shows how the designers are successfully blending their own personal touches with more traditional styles to produce winning looks for winter.