Womenswear Spring/Summer 2013 Forecast

A Fashion Forecast assists both a Designer and a Retailer. It helps designers to create a collection that will appeal to a specific sector or niche market. A retailer can use the forecast to make decisions about what to purchase that will appeal to his customer segment. A fashion forecast is an essential marketing research tool along with other market research that will ensure maximum sales.

The Spring/Summer 2013 Forecast for womenswear focuses on seven theme areas.  The craft tradition of Africa, Marrakesh’s vibrant mosaics and patterns, the simplicity of ceramic crafts, go garden with the beautiful fruit and vegetable prints often found in quilting, intricate lace patterns, vintage from many different periods in the 20th century and shine and luminosity, give women, in the summer of 2013, a myriad of choices and colours.

A detailed forecast with colours, silhouettes, important key pieces and details is available by contacting Trend Fashion Marketing & Forecasting.

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  1. […] and zipper closure. I loved the fabric of the modified wrap dress with a Moroccan mosaic print (see Spring/Summer 2013 forecast) and the grey/black suit with a soft plaid and black border print with a modified peplum at the […]

  2. […] Kim’s work was visually stunning especially the use of lace, drapery and dollies.  This is a Spring/Summer 2013 trend see New Lace Structures. She has so much […]

  3. […] Vintage influences are strong in the Spring/Summer 2013 accessories such as fruit inspired accessories to vintage motifs on handbags. Ethnic African craft and Marrakech tile patterns are reflected in bags and jewelry. A return to flats in both sandals and shoes will be a dominant shoe style to watch for this Spring.  Lace is also still with us teamed up with pearls and for those who like simple styles without embellishment Simple Craft handbags, bracelets and belts are a good choice. Check out the Women’s Trends for Spring/Summer 2013. […]

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