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Call The Shots on Your Trousers with 6 Stylish Trouser Trends for Winter 2012-2013

With the cold, wet and windy months of winter fast approaching, comes the time for all you lovely ladies out there to showcase attire that not only protects you from the cold, but also ensures you’re at your fashionable best.

Winter is a time to bring out all the furs, jackets, coats and sweaters. Now that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take notice of what you wear inside your winter wear. In fact, you could play a little game by being so stylish with your choice of dresses, blouses and trousers that people will desperately want to know what’s almost hidden beneath your winter sheaths.

With a variety of winter wear on your platter, you certainly have a wide range of apparels to choose from. So what’s new this winter when it comes to bottoms?

Trousers keep our legs warm during winter; however, trousers should not be bought with the sole purpose of covering your legs up or to match a pretty top. When you buy a trouser, look at it as something that will add glamour to your already alluring attire. Here’s a little help from us with the kind of trousers you could pick this winter 2012-2013 that will help you stay in vogue.

1. Wool Cotton Trousers 2012-2013

Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood quoted, “Wool is one of the world’s greatest natural fibres, famous for its versatility and comfort.” A host of winter 2012-13 catwalks showcased this heritage fabric which models stylishly donned. Available in a variety of cuts and colours, wool cotton trousers are sure to make a fashionable statement this winter 2012-13. Wool cotton trousers will not only keep you warm through the months of winter, but also make you look stylish.

 2. Go Vivid in 2012-2013

Bright coloured trousers are a good way to go if you wish to brighten up those dull winter days. Shades of pink, orange and green make for some hot winter colours. If you find that the colours are too gaudy and bright, that is only because this is a new fashion trend and it is kicking in slowly. Sooner or later, everyone around you is going to be wearing them. So be a part of the first few trend setters by donning vivid coloured trousers in winter 2012-13 when this fashion is latest and modern.

 3. Printed Trousers 2012-2013

There’s nothing better to lift up your mood on a dull winter’s day like a pair of printed trousers. Printed trousers have a very summery feel to them, which is why at this time of the year, wearing printed trousers works out a rather unique magic.

Floral prints and prints with abstract designs on them are a popular trend for 2012 – 2013. Your favourite celebrities are seen sporting them, so why shouldn’t you?

One cautionary tip for you is to carefully choose your blouse to match your printed trousers to avoid a floral fashion disaster.

4. Show off Those Socks with Ankle Length Trousers

With ankle length trousers gaining a standing among the latest fashion trends all through 2012 and 2013, these trousers let you show off those colourful socks and leg warmers.

5. Skin Tight Trousers 2012 – 2013 & Straight Cut Trousers 2012 – 2013

We noticed runways brimming with skin tight trousers in various fashion shows especially the ones in Milan, London and Paris. What also emerged as the prominent trend for winter trousers 2012-13 is the creative presentation of straight cuts now-a-days. They not only make for a decent pair to be worn at work, but if paired up with the right blouse, they can be used as evening attire as well.

6. Classics Still in Style for 2012-2013

Trousers in shades of black, brown, beige, grey and white never go out of style. Whether donned with trench coats or just with a blouse, these trousers match perfectly with practically anything in your wardrobe.

 Sexy and chic is definitely the way to go this winter if your wardrobe needs an upgrade.

Consider colours, patterns and most importantly fabrics as you shop. And don’t forget to pick up a classy belt, because a belt could lift up even the dullest pair of trousers.

Let your motto this winter be – “to be at my fashionable best.”