Like the drink itself, sangria pieces are intoxicating and give any skin tone a celebratory glow. Wine is a great color for the fall. However, you can try it with these colors, midnight blue and mustard, in order to get a fresher look. Try it next time you get dressed.
It’s that time again already fashionistas! Fall begins on September 22, 2014, however, school starts very soon. Remembering my teaching days, I wanted to give my fellow teachers some stylish ways to update their look for the new school year. Some of these outfit ideas can inspire high school and college students as well. Here are 5 styles trending for fall. You can incorporate some of these in your wardrobe.
Well, this is one way to make getting dressed in the morning way easier! Try your hand at tops and bottoms that are made for each other and shave a few minutes off your A.M. routine.
Much like plaid, this evergreen trend has showed up everywhere on the runways. What’s interesting though is the ultra-feminine take on it. Ladylike silhouettes breathe life into the leopard trend. Love those flats!
In addition to blue, orange is another hot color for the season. But before you say “not for me,” know that there are different shades for every skin tone—from juicy, bold brights to subdued, muted hues.
Swans and puppies and foxes, oh my! This season, designers took a walk on the wild side, incorporating animal motifs into their collections. Wear an allover-print frock or a simple bird-embossed piece—it’s up to you!
There are bags that say something about your style, and then there are pieces that actually deliver
the message for you. Spotted at Karen Walker, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Kate Spade, and other shows, these word-embossed totes and clutches
allow you to make a statement without saying a word.