A Black Tiger Affair: Mix your seasons
Fall is just around the corner. Even though the temperature will be dropping, it doesn’t mean you should drop the color.
Mix between the earth tones of autumn with the bright colors that made the summer great.
The colors to look out for this fall are wine colors (burgundy, maroon and purple).
The best shade for you is based on your skin tone. Brighter shades are best for light skin tones and vice versa.
If you want to be daring with bright colors, try pairing them with black.
Adding the right amount of color can be done with accessories. It is a great opportunity to showcase that flashy handbag or shoes.
Not daring enough? Wear patterns, a lot of them.
You can wear patterns head-to-toe if you are really bold. Remember larger patterns if you have a smaller figure and smaller patterns if you have a larger figure.
It is that time of year to bust out the knitwear again (well, wait until the weather cools down first). The summer may be coming to an end, but certain trends still carry over into the next season.
This year’s fall trends take inspiration from the 20s, 30s, and 40s, but adding elements to provide them for a more updated look. Combine textures and colors, such as wearing knitwear (it’s OK if the knitwear is a size too large) with one of your favorite skirts.
Don’t be hesitant to dress up knitwear with a fancy skirt or multi-pattern pants, but make sure that top and bottom are similar colors.
Also this fall, Peter Pan collars are picking up steam this fall, the fancier the collar, the better.
Collars are a great way to spice up a dress or even a shirt.
Detachable Peter Pan collars can be easily found on Etsy, an e-commerce website focused on handmade and vintage items.
Peplum, a short tier overskirt layered on top of a dress, is a trend that doesn’t seem to be going away.
It has lasted since spring for some reason.
Not only does it add extra flare to dresses and skirts, but also to tops and pants.
Fall fashion is always an exciting season to explore—especially this season. Be daring.