Wednesday, 15 October 2008 11:00
Summer Fashion 2008 and 2009Written by d'Italia
Milan, New York, London, Paris. All the fashion capitals in the world are now proudly displaying the spring and summer fashion collections for 2008 and 2009. Here in Australia, we are getting ready for the hot and sizzling summer months, and it’s time to throw off the winter coats and step into something light, sexy and fun.
For this season’s hot summer fashion, think breezy and comfortable clothing made of high quality material. Silk satin in its various prints, colours and designs can create a beautiful and relaxing piece of clothing. silk satins and chiffon can also be interlaced to create the wispy fabric styles that are looking so trendy this summer. The materials are light and airy enough to provide comfort on warmer days. They can also be layered to create interesting colour combinations that will accentuate a pretty design. Being bold and unique in fashion requires a daring sense of fashion, style and design. Lying low in mediocrity won’t do any wonders for the aspiring fashionista. Everyone says that having your own dress or outfit custom designed and tailored is the best way to obtain fashionable yet unique clothing. But how can one go about ensuring the dressmaking process is easy and results in up-to-date and stylish clothing? 1. Find a fabric store that sells seasonal material. For example, d’Italia Designer Fabric imports its pure silk satins every six to eight weeks directly from Europe. All the selections are hand-picked to ensure that the current range of fabrics in store is the latest styles in season. 2. Find referrals to leading dressmakers and enquire around before settling with one. Different dressmakers often have different styles, and finding one that fits the design you want to create will help in creating that perfect piece of clothing. Wherever you are and whatever you are looking forward to this season, check out some designs and spoil yourself with a tailor-made dress. d’Italia Designer Fabric is open six days a week and provides optional referral seamstresses services. Its range of imported Italian fabric comes from the same manufacturing houses that provide to designer labels like Gucci, Escada, Armani and Prada. © Copyright d'Italia