Casual Street Style Looks This Winter!



Winter season is around the corner, so you should think about changing your outfit with some fashionable items that can warm you up in the winter. What’s going to be stylish and trendy and which colors will be popular and mostly used you will read in the text below, however check out the images below!

 

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Casual and comfy? You’re searching for a comfortable clothing for your everyday walk, am I right? This fantastic wardrobe which will make you speechless. The knitted dresses are essential in this winter and they also look stupendous when are mixed with ankle or over-the-knee shoes or boots. If you love wearing clothes, then this style is great for you. The over-sized ladies jumpers will also be getting popular and they’ll warm you up all over the entire season.

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While others fashion lovers have fun with wearing heels almost everywhere they go, you possibly can make your own everyday clothing with trainers and flats. Parka jackets would be the most used in the Winter season, however I prefer dressed in black coat. Woolen accessories such as hat and shawl are should have pieces too, therefore think of including them to your look too.

 

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Pastels, dark yellow, blue  and maroon are definitely the colors that will be well-known these Cold months, and so if you desire to follow the latest fashions, you should buy one or more piece in every one of these colors. Encourage yourself from these kinds of casual outfits and go out with style. When you have other sorts of tips. Enjoy the rest of your time this cold days!


2014 Winter Plaits Which Match Your Personality



Plaited hairstyles are fun, girly, and always in fashion. Braids can easily change even the most simple of hairstyles, and with the amazing number of styles to pick from, you are specific to get a plaited hairstyle that fits your personal style and hair type.

Plaits are already the trend for awhile right now. Here are 8 creative plaits takes on classic braid, inspired by looks found on the red carpet.

 

Long Edge Plaits

 

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Passionate and bohemian, the long edge plaits by Malcolm Edwards at Temperley London have little braids stiched into them to have a difficulty that shown the outlining of the clothes.

 

Butter-Wouldn’t-Melt Pigtail Plaits

 

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Butter-wouldn’t-melt pigtail plaits were the style at Marc by Marc Jacobs, toughened up whenever paired with significant black eyeliner and the skater-style collection. Guido Palau separated hair into two schoolgirl-style plaits, topped using an elasticated black headband.

 

Interspersed Plaits

 

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Hairstylist Jordan M has been at the rear of the attractively bohemian styles at Zero Maria Cornejo, making a difficult texture with interspersed plaits as well as twists for a pretty much dreadlock-like look.

 

Vintage Rope Plait 

 

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Not really a plait like a woven a thing of beauty, the styles by Indira Schauwecker at Jean-Pierre Braganza were made and bulked up with colored hair extensions to have an elegant take on vintage rope plait.

 

Futuristic Plaits

 

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James Pecis make a highly advanced, boyish look take on cornrows at Simone Rocha, making lots of texture and tugging strands out around the face to avoid them from looking too perfect.

 

Cornrow Braids

 

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One of two hairdos in the Marchesa winter 2014 present, nice cornrow braids have been interspersed with shiny waves to have an expensive looking take on plaits by Mark Hampton.

 

Thin Cornrows Plaits

 

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Could you dare to wear cornrows? In Alexander McQueen, Guido Palau applied extensions to make extra-long, slim cornrows twisted completely around models’ heads to have an otherworldly beauty.

 

Pigtail Plaits

 

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Pigtail plaits were on exhibit at Givenchy, although this time around Luigi Murenu and his team knotted them at the nape of the neck, changing them directly into something totally unique.