Fall is quickly approaching. Or so it seems. One week the air is on and the next week I go and find some fuzzy socks. I’m sure 90% of that is just living in Iowa…but one can dream, right? 🙂
It’s always interesting to see how the styles change from year to year. The fall trends last year were all about plaid, fur, thigh high boots, leggings, and fringe.
I still stand by what I posted last year that “Fashion is what you’re offered four times a year by designers, style is what you choose.” -Lauren Hutton
Whatever your stance on trends, it’s always interesting to see what deems a person as “fashionable” and what’s going to be popular and possibly never leave!
Here are just a couple of the trends and ideas on how to make the wearable in your closet:
I’m sure you noticed the start of this trend in the summer. Bell sleeve rompers anyone? This season, you’ll be seeing that and more: velvet, bell sleeves, and corsets. Here’s a more “down to earth” approach on how to wear the Renaissance style. The key is toned down, simple, and balance.
You’ve seen this style in movies and Gossip Girl Photoshoots, and now you’re going to see it in “real life.” Wear the school girl trend with plaid mini skirts, turtle necks, front button down skirts, over-the-knee socks, and varsity tees. Oh, and backpacks are actually cool to have now.
From drinks to candle smells…pumpkin spice is everywhere and it’s not going away any time soon. Translate this into clothing by wearing dark shades of orange.
What do you think you’re going to implement, if anything?