Top Picks for Fashion this Fall

The Fall fashion season is upon us…are you feeling overwhelmed or excited? I’m not a really ‘trend’ person, but I believe that updating your wardrobe with a few items each season is necessary. After reviewing the new Fall trends, here is my list of the top wearable items that I would recommend. These items will add some diversity and fun to your wardrobe and help you get the most out of this Fall/Winter fashion season.

• Crushed Velvet

Try a pair of velvet shoes, (perhaps a Mary Jane?), a velvet dress or a velvet jacket; move away from black and add some oxblood or indigo blue – these are good colors for Fall and straight through Winter.

• Sleek duster jacket or vest

This look is great for layering; add a solid black, gray or camel vest/duster to a stylish blouse or turtleneck. Pair with jeans, dress slacks or a skirt.

• Sleeveless turtleneck

This trend is still going strong from last season. For now, you can wear them with just a cami underneath, but as it gets cooler, add a long sleeve t-shirt.

• Feminine Tops

The ‘cold shoulder’ (off the shoulder style) is very popular but not always practical for Fall. Consider crochet tops or ones with embroidered detailing and tasseled ties.

• Ankle boots

Wow – so many to choose from. Be sure they are the right height for your cuffed jeans or ankle pants. Also with tights, they look great with a skirt.

• New denim

Tired of your skinny jeans? Why not try the new cropped flares, and perhaps some with frayed hems? This look is great with ankle boots too!

• Animal prints

Add some pizzaz to your go-to skinny jeans or flares and sweater by including an animal print pump or an animal print clutch.

The items noted above are ones that I think are worth a look, could work on real women with real bodies, and most importantly, could easily compliment many items you already own. And remember, you don’t have to do all of them!

If you need help, call or email me. I’m happy to be your ‘shopping buddy’.

 

 

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