Velvet, as we mentioned, isn't just for interiors. Fashion keeps its stride with interior trends and choices, and this fabric is no exception. Velvet blazers, shoes, pants, dresses, and tunics are all over the fashion world right now. Just like a gorgeous piece or accent in a home, this fabric in fashion is rich, deep, and just the right element to take an outfit from "clothes" to an "ensemble."
Velvet hugs-- so it looks great on the arm of a couch or over your arm as a chic blazer. This is why it looks great in channel tufting and over the curves of a woman's body, the depth and dimension of the subject allow the fabric to take on all its radiant intensity. Light catches well with velvet so it plays great on the street as clothing and in a beautiful space. It also soaks up the color. The fading that can happen with other textiles doesn't happen as quickly with velvet. Monochromatic looks work especially well with varying finishes, and the fabric is a showstopper in this department. Light enough to be wearable, but distinctive enough to elevate, it is multi-seasonal. Whether you're sitting pretty on it or in it, velvet has the touch.