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Aug 30

Introducing New Feminine Styles for Fall Fashion Success

Everyone is getting on the Fall Fashion Style Bandwagon

That’s not a bad thing.  When the seasons change, it’s nice to look forward to something new in our wardrobes.   Fall Fashion Success comes in knowing what the  nerwest trends are going to be!  Then you can look at what you have in your wardrobe already and plan to add some “trendy, new and vibrant” pieces to enhance your “look”.

What is Current for 2017’s Fall Fashion Forecast?

 

Current  fall fashion styles seem to be heading in a much more feminine direction.  Ruffles that we saw in Summer are still here for Fall and add to that some bell bottoms on pants and sleeves and you are on your way. Let’s be clear, dressing in a feminine way will NOT make you appear less formidable.  In fact, if you own your femininity, you may even garner more praises than you ever thought possible.

Currently on the runways for all the fashion shows you will see a lot of colors, fabrics and glitter too!  It is almost like caution has be thrown to the wind and whatever makes you feel beautiful is A OKAY!

That in and of itself is great news for us women who are not on the runways, but still want to look up to date and fashionable too!

 

Fashion Trends are just that! They are trends and you can choose to follow some of them or all of them. What makes clothes fashionable is having a fit and look that makes you feel comfortable. If it’s trendy and you don’t like the trend, you will not exude the confidence to carry that trent off.  The fall fashion style trends I have been watching are easy to incorporate in anyone’s wardrobe.

Fall Fashion Trends That are Great and Easy to Follow:

 

  1. The colors Red, Burgundy and Brown
  2. Plaids and Florals
  3. Embroidery on blouses, jackets, coats and bags.
  4. The Midi length of skirts
  5. All shades of Denim (it will never go out of style)
  6. Ruffles and Bell shaped sleeves and skirts
  7. Palazzo style pants or wide legged trousers.
  8. Rich fabrics like velvets and silks.

When your wardrobe needs a bit of an update, adding one or more of these Fall Fashion trends will automatically give your whole wardrobe a boost.

These latest fashion styles for women are very wearable and can be easy on the pocketbook too!

Every woman should have the essentials in her wardrobe already.  These are the pieces that you will spend good money on, because they are so versatile that you will wear them over and over again.

Those essentials are:

  1.  A great pair of slacks or trousers in a solid color, black, brown, grey or navy for fall.
  2. A great skirt in this years length and this year it’s the midi, not too long and not too short.
  3. A knock out Jacket, again in a solid or plaid.
  4. A great pair of shoes, either heels or flats.

Now let’s see where we can find some of the fun additions to make our fall fashion styles complete.

I personally like to purchase my trousers/slacks from Additionelle.  They have sizes and styles that work really well for all my regular sized gals and some extra great styles for my more curvy friends.   The quality of the slacks is what I like the best.  They wash well and if you hang them to dry, they last forever(almost).  The little bit of spandex in the fabric makes them fit and hang really nice.


AdditionElle.com

Not only great for slacks, but Additionelle also has some lovely tops, sweaters and dresses too. My faves though happen to be the slacks.

Blouses with flair for fall fashion styles and a touch of European charm I like to go to Poppoly and Ulla Popken or Melanie Lyne!  Looking for something with a touch of red or totally red should be no problem for the avante guard looks available here.

 


Your first class ticket to the ultimate style destination is here. Sign up and get 15% off your first purchase at MelanieLyne.com!  She has the most awesome dresses and stylish fashionable clothes in the latest styles.  You really should check it out!  In particular, if you are in need of a great red dress, there is a beauty in her lineup.

 

These three vendors are really part of my favorites for current fashion styles for women.  All of the clothing is up to date, stylish and works well for the fashion forward woman who wants all things beautiful.  It is a fitting place to start adding those stylish pieces that will move your wardrobe and you into the new season.

 

You can also check out more advice on dressing for success and women in the workplace right here, just click on the blue words for more great ideas.

 

 

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  1. Lori Hill

    I’m loving the Fall Fashion Trends! Thank you for linking up at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty

  2. Teresa - Aging Like a Fine Wine

    Hi Olivia, Thank you for the fall fashion update! With the weather starting to cool, I’ve already been thinking about the fact that I’m going to need to purchase some new things. I’m glad to hear that bottoms with be around! Thank you for sharing at the #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty!

  3. Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond

    Hi Olivia thanks for linking up at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty and sharing the fashion trends for Fall. I live in Australia so we are heading into Spring but I’m sure some of these could transfer. Love florals and red so glad to see them on the list.

    1. Olivia Morris

      Oh Sue, I’m sure that you can use some of these trends for spring as well. I wish I was headed in that direction, we are headed towards winter…..but I still like red against all the snow…

  4. Christie Hawkes

    I love your advice: “Fashion Trends are just that! They are trends and you can choose to follow some of them or all of them. What makes clothes fashionable is having a fit and look that makes you feel comfortable.” It’s really the wearer’s confidence in what they’re wearing that makes something fashionable. I do like the feminine, but professional look. Thanks for linking up at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty.

    1. Olivia Morris

      Thank you Christie! I really dislike it when people follow a trend that they are not comfortable with, it shows on the way they wear it. It’s much better to be comfortable, then with a little addition of a going trend, you update the whole look.

  5. Roseann Hampton

    I guess my wide leg slacks will be back in style! Thanks for sharing at The Blogger’s Pit Stop! Roseann from http://www.thisautoimmunelife.com

    1. Olivia Morris

      Yes Roseann, they will be HOT this fall and winter. Don’t toss them away. I personally love wider legged trousers, with the right shoes or boots they are so attractive.

  6. Grammy Dee | Grammy's Grid

    Thank you Olivia for linking up at the #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty. I pinned your post.

    1. Olivia Morris

      Thank you for your visit and pinning my article. I hope you found some of the information of use!

  7. Michele

    I have just been thinking about updating my fall wardrobe. I don’t follow fashion clsely, so it is nice to get little updates like this one.

    1. Olivia Morris

      Michelle, I’m like you, I update my wardrobe, I can’t afford to start all over for a new season. I pick the trend that I like the most and then work my wardrobe around that. It works very well to make it up to date and fresh! Thanks for your visit.

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