The fall leaves have come and gone, and over the last few months, I’ve posted many beautiful autumn outfits on my Instagram account. Here’s a look back at some of my favorites, along with a few timeless fashion tips you can use all year long.
TIP – HERE’S HOW TO WEAR AN UNUSUAL COLOR
This mustard colored scarf was all the rage this fall, but it is a strong, tricky color to wear. One way to tackle it is to just add a pop of this new color to an old favorite like green. Try a mustard scarf to ease yourself into this new hue.
TIP – THIS IS ACTUALLY A NEUTRAL
If black and white are boring, try a leopard print. It’s considered the new neutral and goes with everything. I especially like it with these black leggings, and a pop of red always looks super glam!
TIP – A COLUMN OF COLOR IS SLIMMING
A colorful jacket worn open over a solid dark top and bottom creates a long, slimming look.
TIP – IT’S HANDY TO HAVE A UNIVERSAL COLOR IN YOUR WARDROBE
Searching for a color that’s fresh, new and will suit you? Teal is a universal color, which means it looks good on fair skin or dark skin, with warm complexions or cool complexions. Coral is another. Keep these colors around so when you are in a hurry and don’t know what to wear, you will always look good. Now, that’s easy!
TIP – UNUSUAL COLOR COMBINATIONS LOOK ARTSY
If you want to add more creativity to the way you dress and come off as artsier, then unusual color combinations will create that effect. This cute striped sweater with its mix of pink, gray, mustard, and burgundy is modern and unique.
TIP – THIS COMBINATION IS POWERFUL
You can’t go wrong with the color combination of red and black, which is always in style and always looks chic. Red has the bonus of making you look confident!
FINAL TIP – A PUPPY IN YOUR HANDBAG IS ALWAYS THE CUTEST ACCESSORY YOU WILL EVER HAVE AND IS A REAL CONVERSATION STARTER! LOL…
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