As the summer is coming to an end, it’s time to work on that Fall/Winter wardrobe. Ladies, this is my absolute favorite season. I love mixing and matching textures and colors. For instance, who would have thought a stripped shirt would look good with a leopard print scarf. Instead of pumps, I would pair this look with knee high brown boots for comfort. Many times, I keep in mind outfits that I want to wear to work.
It is very easy to fall into the trap of grays, browns, blacks, and nudes. However, keep it dashing with a splash of color. The scarves always add a splash of color but this has become the norm. How about adding a colorful pant or jacket. The colors to choose from are all around you from greens, yellows, reds, and blues. I often find myself wanting to wear a loud color in the gray months just to stand out. Everyone else seems to blend in and everything becomes a blur. Don’t fall into the blur.
One look that I’ve always wanted to try is colorful blazers. They look nice and fitted. One thing you won’t have to worry about is the heaviness of a coat. Fitted hoodies are also becoming a trend. Over sized sweatshirts and sweaters are cute but it’s time to switch it up every now and then. When you feel like throwing on your Nike’s, sometimes a cute hoodie keeps everything looking pretty. The worst feeling ever is when a woman doesn’t feel feminine in her clothes and she looks like a tomboy.
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Jenne’ Richardson is from Little Rock, Arkansas but enjoys fashion from all over the world. She enjoys making fashion statements with her eclectic pieces and is always changing her hairstyles. All of her friends consider her the go-to guru when it comes to putting a look together. Jenne’ considers herself to be a fashionologist, because she believes fashion represents your personality. As a Psychology major from Philander Smith College, Jenne’ likes to explore what fashion does to the soul. Her motto is: “Style always gives the first impression”. Follow Jenne via Twitter @Shoeicide25.