Hottest Trends for Fall
From clean-cut and classic to overstated and dramatic, there’s a trend for every unique fashion sense this Fall!
Sweaters are usually a go-to item for Fall because they’re cozy and easy to match with. This year, try mixing your knits with a girly skirt or contrasting texture to spice it up.
This season you don’t have to sacrifice comfort or warmth for the sake of fashion. The overall silhouette is bulky, but the clean lines and detailing will keep your look feminine. Pair with heels for added shape and a clutch so there’s no hassle with the sleeves.
Black and gold patterns, gorgeous embellishments, and detailed velvet create the perfect amount of drama for any occasion.
Cool, creamy white ensembles are sophisticated and classic. If you’re afraid to be whited out from head to toe, choose one staple piece and accessorize around it.
Bright Geometric Prints
Geometric pattens can easily be mixed together without looking crazy. Try different colors, sizes of shapes and textures for endless possibilities.
Fur is even more fun and glamorous in color! Rock a bright fur this Fall and you’re sure to have all eyes on you.
Sultry, reddish-brown Oxblood is this season’s sexy color. It’s flattering on virtually all skin tones and can easily be dressed up or down.
There’s a definite Asian influence in many designs for Fall. Between delicate floral prints, metallic accents and kimono style sleeves, there is something unique for everyone.
Try something more bold with your eyes such as a double cat eye or thick, long lines. Be sure to keep the rest of your makeup very simple to maintain the focus on your eyes.
Slicked Back Strands
A neat part and supreme shine is simply elegant. This is a great option for second or even third day hair, plus it looks classy paired with a bold lip. Play around with different parts for a fresh look each time.
Deep Red Lips
Channel your inner temptress with a deep red lip. This gothic glam look is daring and beautiful when done right, so be mindful to choose a shade that works for you personally. If it’s too dark and contrasting to your skin tone you’ll lose the glam and just look goth.