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In a fashion season fast approaching, we look back at trends to easily track the transition in every day, high street fashion.

Spring / Summer 2009 was a happy jumble of contradictions Style: Dress comfortable, but tasteful, structured and architectural pieces, the liquid and drape dresses, bohemian dress, and 80 flashback undeniable that the fashion was to revive some trends of this decade "of excess" that we have never ever thought to see daylight.

There are so many different interpretations of the looks revealed that the designers of the tracks, and this list does not even capture half of all these looks.

However, these are the looks which are the best to wear-that is, adapting even we mortals do not have the GAMS and sizes of the ladies who walked the runway. Here, in particular, no order, are the top ten looks from the spring / summer 2009.

1. Fringe

The strip is almost always associated with the wild, wild west, but this season, designers showed the versatility and glamor of the fringe.

There were still references to the Western world and denim, as seen in Hermes, but other designers such as Alberta Aquilano and Rimondi Ferretti e, resurrected the 1920s swing dresses trap. The strip glamorous jewelry and dresses in metallic shades gave us the perfect look for a night on the town.

2. Goddess dresses

Another aspect that is great for a night out is the goddess dress. These Greek-inspired dresses ever go out of style. Season after season, again, thanks in large part to the designers who have made this look of his "own."

Marchesa is a brand that constantly gives us to-die-for, gorgeous goddess dresses. Monique Lhuillier them adorned with ornaments jewel in his trademark light and airy creations. The ethereal, beautiful and always elegant appeal goddess dresses from going to survive all year round.

3. Statement shoes

Pair your dress with the declaration part making shoes. (Or better yet, use these with their most basic equipment and see the magic you can weave these shoes.) Footwear most provocative of the season was cut and details hidden, usually in platform shoes or very high gladiator sandals.

Yves Saint Laurent collection was the breaking point of this trend design of shoes, when his collection was his now famous booty cage heel. Also scoring high were jeweled stilettos Balmain by Giuseppe Zanotti gladiator. Other designers, such as Nicholas Kirkwood showed sculptures, coveted, too.

4. Trashed jeans

classic cowgirl no-show this season as the track showed us the many ways we can "trash" our jeans. Another ingredient 80, acid wash and lost (bleached) jeans were seen in high-end brands, and especially on the labels of the high street, including Topshop Unique.

This is the mark of London denim took this treatment everywhere in denim jackets, vests, and miniskirts, and even made more use of denim jeans acceptable, even cool.

5. Shoulders Power

Who knew that the shoulder straps, made famous by the TV-dynasty royals would be back in top form? Balmain made greater impact with padded shoulders protruding prominently in their one-shoulder dresses and jackets band now so famous.

This throwback to the years eighties was also seen in the shows of Karl Lagerfeld and Marc Jacobs (for his own label and for Louis Vuitton). This trend is not for everyone, those who hated pads of the 80 he shuddered at the thought of having to use them again. But there were also those most fiercely happy and had these architectural pieces.

6. Cover-up

It was not really expected in the summer, but people covered this season. Their cover-ups of choice? Banda boyfriend jackets and blazers. Band jackets, reminiscent of those used by the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, were in the spotlight once again, especially in Balmain.

The most novel is that child the wunderkind Alexander Wang, meanwhile, made us grab our jackets and blazers boyfriend and pair with looser cotton shirts and short-shorts with platforms through the roof, of course.

7. Print

This year is the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, and it was only fashion while also paid tribute to the decade of love carefree, fun and fashion. Diane Von Furstenberg gave us the luxury bohemian, with its models are on the runway dressed in rich, vibrant color prints.

Prints were not limited to hippie flowers (also seen in Fendi, Oscar Dela Renta and Dolce & Gabbana), and there were exotic tribal prints, as seen in Matthew Williamson, Anna Sui, splashes of watercolor on Marni pieces and Rodarte, and of course, fierce and fabulous animal prints (zebra, leopard, tigers, etc.) at the Christian Dior Gucci, Prada and walkways.

8. Sportswear

It really is the season for the practical sense, since even the frivolous world of fashion usually made an attempt to look through comfortable sports-inspired pieces. Erin Fetherston continued his quiet yet ultra-chic pieces, this time, the young designer sportswear seemed seventies for inspiration.

Lacoste, of course, was the favorite for this look, but also others not so inclined designers to make sportswear, including BCBG, showed us his athletic ability when it came to fashion.

9. muted tones

Perhaps the Great Depression has captured to fashion, because even in the summer, the colors were mostly muted. Gray was omnipresent, as are the soft pastel.

But there are always in fashion rebels (That make it fun), and at the other end of the spectrum are Day-Glo, neon, striking colors, like orange crush Etro, Luella and Pucci. This really only goes to show that, in fashion, you always have a choice.

10. Pants

Marrakech was closely alluded to by designers like Paul Smith and Dries Van Noten, who had glorious turbans to show off. But it is more important to note that this fantasy Moroccan Ali gave birth Ralph Lauren Baba literally harem pants stole the spotlight (which were very bright, to say the least).

Yes, the pants were strong this season, with everything from dhoti, harem and the simple act of rolling your jeans that dominate the catwalks and high streets.

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Neelima Reddy, author of this article writes for TheFashionables.com. The Fashionables blog helps you learn everything you need to know about fashion. Know more about Fashion accessories, men’s fashion, women’s fashion, fashion tips, celebrity fashion, hairstyles, trends, makeup and beauty etc. Visit The fashionables

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