Monday, November 15, 2010

A Wonderful Article from Fashionising.com

I adore the new fashion trend of: Woman's Warrior.
I've always loved the use of metal in beautiful garnments, done in a classy way. It falls right into place with my love for opposition in a fashion piece.
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-------- found in the Fashion Trend section of Fashionising.com

Future Warrior by: Tania Braukamper
"Military fashion may have been big for some time now... but guess what? It's evolving. Ancient warlords and kings have stormed the imagination of the fashion world, and elements of military history have been reinterpreted with a modern - often futuristic - twist. A little wilder, a little more fierce, the new military brings ancient civilisations and their warriors to life for this 2010 fashion trend.

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Future Warrior: What is itFuture warrior: what is it

"A combination of the military fashion trend and the more savage side of the tribal fashion trend, the new warrior leavse the foral and decorated style of military detailing behind. The ancient world is at the centre of this trend - from ancient Rome, to Egypt, to the Celtic warrior woman. To Bring the look into 2010, the historical elements are modernised or melded with futuristic twists.

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Rodarte Spring/Summer 2010
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Elements of the future warrior trend

  • Metal plating
  • Tunics; especially in leather
  • Chain-mail inspired detailing
  • Tribal inspired motifs
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The warrior fashion trend: how to wear it

This isn't the sort of trend where rules should be laid down; it's open to interpretation and rich with possibility. It's not intended to be taken too literally either, and works best when an outfit gives the impression of some underlying fierceness rather than the overt look of a costume. So again no strict rules, but some pointers:

  • Be creative, be confident; wear it with conviction.
  • Mix some of the elements listed above in with more glamorous pieces. Sequins as a perfect example can give a look that's modern mixed with metal.
  • Mix ultra-feminine with tough warrioress. For example soft, flowing fabric against sharp metal plating or studded straps.
  • Invest in accessories that will give any outfit a warrior edge; like studded leather belts, new and edgier takes on the gladiator sandal, jewellery based on ancient cultures.

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Fashion trends complimentary to 'warrior clothes'

  • With anything warrior inspired be sure to not overlook leather. It can add a hard edge or historical authenticity
  • Look to the tribal fashion trend for inspiration. But remember that in 2010, the warrior trend is more Dark Ages than bright kaftan. Thus look to the detailing, particularly in tribal accessories and jewellery.
  • If you're wearing warrior inspired clothing during the colder Autumn (Fall) / Winter months consider pairing your pieces with ripped tights for an edgy look.
  • If you're wearing a tribal piece that is just a top and not a full dress or outfit, consider pairing it with short shorts or boy shorts. Particularly good here would be to wear them with khaki coloured shorts in the vein of 'Westerner gone native'."

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