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Celebrating femininity and the female body is a big trend right now. It’s no surprise, then, that so many designers are evoking the flattering feeling of a clearly visible waistline with waist-hugging belts, corsets or, more simply, clever tailoring. Get ready to add modern hourglass silhouettes to your autumn-winter looks!

That means lots of corset-inspired shapes and cinched waists, both on the runway and in stores. They are the perfect representation of the trend. And it’s also a nod to ’90s power dressing, another big trend of the season.

Chanel, Versace, Paco Rabanne

Looking at the trends of recent seasons; Yes, ’90s Madonna-inspired corsets are body-hugging. And now you can style them in so many different ways; You can wear it alone over a shirt or with an oversized blazer, and complete your style with wide-leg trousers.

Those who want to channel the trend more naturally, without a corset, can benefit from tactile tailoring. Some designers didn’t even bother adding additional accessories to draw attention to the waist. Instead, they incorporated flattering details directly into the garment design. You can let flowy trousers emphasize the waist, try dresses with a prominent waist line, and emphasize the hourglass shape with peplum details. You can also create the illusion of a waistline with wide belts that are not too dramatic.

If you want to try a simple and saving approach on the train; To achieve the 1950s silhouette, use a wide belt, white shirt, high-waisted tights or a skirt worn with the same color socks.

After staying at home for a long time, there is still a need to celebrate femininity in a seductive way. And in the new season, the hourglass silhouette makes you feel strong, confident in your body and at the same time, have a lot of fun. And isn’t that what fashion is all about at the end of the day?

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