Macrame is mostly used for accessories and objects; because it’s constructed of knots it can be bulky and have little stretch to it. Nevertheless, 2011 sees it used on clothing and accessories alike. Because it can often have a very open weave, macrame is 2011′s perfect accompaniment to beachwear. Just have a look at the examples from Gucci and Christian Dior below – an open-weave macrame dress is ideal for layering over a bikini, monokini or bodysuit.
Macrame is made by knotting the main fabric to great visual affect. It’s a craft most often associated with 19th century sailors, who made all kinds of macrame objects in their spare time – with shipping rope, or from leather, yarn, twine or other sturdy materials. Macrame in particular also heralds in a subtle nautical revival, seen as well in the naval-inspired stripes and numerous pairs of wide-leg sailor pants gracing the runways.
Winter has come in addition to shirts, pants, skirts and others there are some things that may be required and can make a cool accent in our clothes in the winter it was a hat. Various models of the longer trend hat is a model such as the Russian hat and cap. Moreover, these hats are made of beautiful feathers, making the cover of our crown of hair that is protected from the cold and the realistic appearance of us in the winter arrives.
The most original winter hats with ears are presented by Jean-Paul Gautier in its elegant Sino-Mongolian collection. It is the main winter hat trend of the season – the fluffy fur cap of streaked fox fur with wool or velvet applications, embroidered folk patterns.