BORÅS, Sweden, November 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Milan Fashion Week is one of the most important dates in the fashion calendar because it gives industry insiders, fashionistas and members of the public real insight into what to expect both on the catwalk and on the high street in the coming months. This year the event has shown a host of collections from a wide range of designers, many of which focus on what ordinary people want to wear.
Those who have been keeping an eye on Milan Fashion Week and womens fashion clothes in general will have noticed a lot of lightweight, floaty dresses that are geared towards helping those with a thriftier approach to fashion in challenging financial times discover a timeless sense of style.
Pastel dresses and sheer dresses have drifted down the catwalks in plentiful supply and they are indicative of what to expect in the shops during the spring and summer season of 2013. Disposable income is dwindling for lots of individuals, couples and households, and the fashion world appears to be responding with timeless looks that are nevertheless suited to an age of austerity.
The team at online fashion retailer nelly.com has certainly paid close attention to the collections on show at Milan Fashion Week and they expect a lot of interest in the timeless styles that start to come in early next year.
However, visitors to the website are already likely to find a wide range of designer womens clothes including timeless clean cuts that aim to help people prepare for the party season in autumn and winter without breaking the bank. The fashion retailer has seen a great deal of interest in classic styles that make a huge impact lately as people seek to get more from their ensembles.
The activity at Milan Fashion Week just provides that little bit more evidence that the timeless is in and that the fashion world is marching to the same beat as those who still want to make a fashionable statement against a backdrop of austerity.