Velvet had a huge showing on the Gucci F/W 2012 runways. It is a perfect trend for winter because it is warmer than other fabrics without seeming too chunky. This makes it a fabulous choice for your holiday party dress – it’s warmer than silk, and more streamlined than a chunky knit. Velvet works well on accessories too – just the smallest touch of the fabric can add spice to any outfit. This versatility has helped make velvet such an available, widespread trend. Crushed, faded, relaxed or quilted this seasons velvet will make you feel like royalty.
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