Women Fashion Couture – Paris Unveils Color Trends 2011

Women Fashion Couture At Paris Fashion Show

Women Fashion Couture – With the couture shows in Paris coming to a close, we have decided to show the women some love in the fashion department here on Nazmiyal Design and Fashion Blog. Ladies and… ladies, listen up for the coming year’s hottest closet colors. We recently posted about cerulean being the new black for men’s fashion.

However, women’s couture fashion is showing some serious promise with a blazing fashion staple bringing fire-engine red into the fashion spotlight. Also, on this year’s color menu is a vibrant burst of yellow.

Women's Fashion Couture by Dior - Nazmiyal
Women’s Fashion Couture by Dior Paris Fall 2011

Warm colors are definitely in to define that true diva status. Yes, ladies, the time has come to dust off that Amex black card (whether it’s your very own or borrowed from the hubby, hide those receipts, shred the price tags, and destroy any piece of evidence of your stylish spending. I’m sure it won’t be pretty).

Sure the couture shows highlighted tacky trends of scales, feathers, and tentacles, but the more wearable art lies in the hot, hot, hot colors of tomorrow. So, if you don’t want to look like you belong in the reptile house, an aviary at the Bronx Zoo, or the city aquarium, be reasonable and shop for fashion’s flaming colors.

Nonetheless, with these vibrant hues, you will soon make a seductive splash at those chic cocktail parties, high-society events, and traipsing the streets walking your own personal fashion runway. Turn those heads, ladies, by owning your fashion-forward flavors for the coming year.

Here are a couple Women’s Fashion Couture looks for inspiration:

Alexandre Vauthier Women Fashion Couture - Nazmiyal
Women’s Fashion Couture by Alexandre Vauthier. Paris Fall 2011.
Women's Fashion Couture By Galliano - Nazmiyal
Women’s Fashion Couture By Galliano. Paris Fall 2011,

This fashion blog post about Women Fashion Couture trends was publish by Nazmiyal Antique Rugs in New York City, New York.