Every element of fashion looks different today than a year ago, but one thing remains.
Beautiful fashion serves as our inspiration, while showcasing strength and determination.
The best dressed people have some things in common. Their wardrobes consist of quality classic pieces, but also portray a modern, innovative vibe.
Here’s how to join the high fashion ranks.
fStay focused on building a closet that will last beyond the current season (don’t fall for crazy trends). Also, make big ticket items you purchase each season better-quality pieces that feel updated and contemporary.
This fall, add these to your shopping list to achieve a wardrobe to wear for seasons to come, while feeling oh so stylish.
Step outside your box and try rich, opulent, of-the-moment colors- gray, fuchsia, olive green and burgundy. Gray is having a moment for fall/winter 2020. The neutral hue dominated runways in head-to-toe looks. The key to a perfect monotone look is mixing various shades, fabrics, and lengths within your outfit.
Velvet can be elegant and luxurious, but it also fits with casual looks, Wear velvet in the rich colors above. How about a pair of green velvet jeans with your sneakers for a chic but comfortable look?
3- Tall Boots
We all love booties, but knee-high silhouettes are coming back with a vengeance. The combination of slim jeans and a structured jacket is the casual look du jour.
4- Dramatic Sleeves and Collars
Puff sleeves, power sleeves, statement sleeves…whatever you call them, sleeves have gotten puffier. Emphasis on the shoulders creates an illusion of a smaller center. It really does give us a very feminine form. So they make your waist look smaller.
5- Chunky Gold Jewelry
Make a chic impact even with the most casual outfit. Wear jeans and a white t-shirt with a single chain link necklace or try several stacked.
6- “Just Click”
E-commerce makes shopping easier and more accessible than ever. Just Click and the latest fashions are delivered to your door, in most cases free shipping/returns are included if not 100% satisfied.
Vickie Kirbo, KirbYourStyle.com is a style consultant/fashion blogger. “My style sweet spot is mixing higher & lower priced pieces to create wardrobes that incorporate quality, everyday pieces with select high-end.