Last week we discussed some trends in Fall fashion, and this week we’re going to show you three great outfits for different types of events so you can be well prepared whatever is thrown your way this season. Keep reading to see how to keep it stylish on the street, at work, and for a special occasion.
Does anyone else remember that time when Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake sported full denim outfits together? Man, those were the days. Luckily that exact look didn’t stick around, but that doesn’t mean that denim on denim will never work. For a great casual look be sure to balance the type of denim you’re wearing–one piece should be lighter, and one darker. Depending on your body type, either one can be worn on top or bottom, remember that the lighter hue will draw attention to that area and a darker hue will create a slimming effect. Check out Cameron Diaz’s perfect balance that she offsets with a bright statement bag.
Staying trendy and professional is a struggle that is all too common. Who says you have to stick to a neutral colored suit? By playing with layering, pops of color, and accessories, you can create a look that’s all your own. I love the look of layering tailored shirts under looser sweaters as seen below. Keep it sophisticated with a structured pant and matching bag.
Or if you want to play with a little more color and print you can mimick Victoria Beckham’s flawless look combining plaid and aubergine–two of the hottest colors for Fall! And don’t forget about the little things that can make a big difference, like a pop of color in your bag or shoes while keeping the rest of the outfit conservative.
Finally, aside from day-to-day activities like work and running errands, you’ll want to look like a fashionista for those special events as well. Instead of just reaching for your “go-to” black dress, try something a little more daring. While your LBD is tried and true, try combining Fall colors with the high collar trend that was seen on the runway. This emerald frock is elegant, trendy, and sophisticated.