These are not good times for those who seek a shelter of the more feminine over the footbridge. About this have been uploaded a large number of options, with proportions, and drops that are the opposite to figure. Typical of the male wardrobes that of yours. One thing is clear: this time the shelters that will be heated in winter.

Chloe, femininity under large layers

Chloé It will always offer a friendly city woman and female version, casual enough so under large blankets and coats leaves hide this idea. Above layers converted into coats, coats even beyond the knee falling to lead and mixtures of materials.

Chanel, the hot uglyism

While he repugne to the maximum expression and inclusion of the vagabonds as “ trend ” fashion (just leave an editorial in some magazine that exploits this even more…) this season we see coats that we associate with such people converted into shelters to want. The own Chloe has something of that and Chanel It is not less. Inspiration comes at any time but & #8230;

Vivienne Westwood, a whole

Most of what you said earlier. The scruffy look that we left well could pass for someone who is in their worst moments but not surprising to find him in Vivienne Westwood. Pictures, folds, satin and forms that give shelter to a gang of friends.

Yves Saint Laurent, without losing composure

Yves Saint Laurent It maintains its style and commitment clearly so it could be one of the trends that make the difference between those who go to the last and who do not (so happy all). Coats with the forearm to the air. The vests were left behind.

Costume National, above

Other details of the style seen in some brands is the idea of wearing the coat or top piece just above the shoulders, without making use of sleeves, less still to go with such pledge closed. Uncomfortable? A little bit.

A.F. Vandevorst, make case to the Belgians

The A.F. Vandevorst’s outerwear look also above, over the shoulders. Either the dismissal of a sleeve to play Yes and another…? Biggest surprise than a simple wrap.

Trends Autumn/Winter 2012 / 2013: Shelters Yes That Will Be Heated in Winter