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Fashionista NOW: Chic Laser Cut Fashion Inspiration

Bored of simple and minimal cutout designs? Why not go all out with intricate laser cut fashion trend this year?

With the advancement in the manufacturing sector, laser cut technology is now available to fabric and garment manufacturers all over the globe.

Laser cut garments have gradually transitioned from the fashion high street and into the more approachable platforms that reach across the fashion-loving crowd at an affordable rate.

Elaborate cutouts seen on clothing, shoes and accessories are specifically made through the use of focused laser beams without unnecessary pressure being placed onto the material.

Heat, which is produced by laser cutting, instantly seals off fabric edges and is seen to be beneficial when used on material that ravels easily.

Laser cutting technology aside, the fashion world rejoices and celebrates the new breed of cut out fashion that is superbly delicate, accurate and effective at giving our collective wardrobes textural and decorative elements an extreme modern makeover.

Wonder how to sport the laser cut trend in effortless style? As always, to the lookbooks below:

laser cut shorts – VJ-Style

laser cut pencil skirt – Asos

laser cut leather top – Zara

laser cut hem top – Dolly Girl Fashion

laser cut top – Zara

laser cut crop top – Asos

laser cut top

Looking for affordable laser cut skirts to twirl in this season? I’ve rounded up the list below for you:

Laser cut skirts

And here’s a list of laser cut dresses that you may just like:

Dresses with laser perforations

Wearable laser cut tops without breaking the bank:

Laser cut tops

So, what do you think of the laser cut fashion trend? Love of loathe? Do you like any of the laser cut pieces shared here? Drop your lines down below and let us know!

“Fashion has grown into a global presence, and its influence has spread far and wide. While it used to be considered light and frivolous and had a discriminatory connotation, it is now something you have to know to keep up with the times.”Kenzo Takada

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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