The current fashion scene reflects individuals' approach to style, rather than one key look or trend, says expert Gavin Brown.
Clothes Show Live organiser explains that things such as the gothic look, purple hues and tartan patterns are "very big", which people buying funky footwear and luscious leggings
for Christmas presents this year might want to bear in mind.
"You have got a greater choice so you can actually choose things which do suit your personality," Mr Brown states.
Fashion is more diverse these days, he adds, meaning items such as patterned socks
could be worn with pride by those looking to display their individual style.
According to research from the Clothes Show Live 2008 entitled A Woman's Most Successful Relationship Is With Her Wardrobe, the contents of a woman's wardrobe are worth more than £1,000.
However, she will wear only 30 per cent of the items on a regular basis. Interested in Fashion Tights?
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