I’ve waited for this season all year! Lol. Trust me I LOVE summer and spring to but as one social media meme put it, “September is the January of the fashion world”. Now begin nuances of trends and ways to style these trends. I’m going to share with you some things that I’m positive will be trends and to-be trends that I am currently smitten with.
Velvet: For some of you that remember George Constanza on Seinfeld, you remember his famous words “if it was socially acceptable I’d drape myself in velvet”. Lol while I don’t necessarily want to drape myself in velvet, I am simply in love with the fabric. I’ve already worn the fabric in the form of open toe heels recently and I can’t wait to wear more. Velvet is the fabric that always adds a bit of sensuality and elegance (almost an oxymoron) to any look. You got to get velvet in your wardrobe, I’ll definitely be incorporating it into mine this fall!
Burnt orange and burgundy colors: it seems as if these colors are no brainers in a fall wardrobe. On the contrary, most times people shy away from burnt orange as it is an intense color. They also neglect to wear burgundy because of its red nature. Many end up choosing to wear more neutral colors or gray, black and navy blue. Don’t be afraid to wear a burgundy pair of boots or burnt orange leather jacket. It may seem as if you can’t wear such bold colors as a foundation for an outfit but in actuality, your look will have a bold and eye catching style!
Fringe Heels: okay so, fringe heels are not necessarily new on the fashion horizon but I do feel that this trend was slipping away. Now it seems that this trend is making a major comeback! I recently grabbed a pair made popular last year by Steve Madden and wore it in my most recent ootd. Fringe detailing in boots is also going to be popular. Grab a fringed pair of heels and join the fun!
Floral Prints: maybe I’m the only one obsessing over floral prints this fall but florals are not just for spring and summer. Grab a floral print with a black or navy background or with fall colored flowers and prints. Personally, I love marigolds (as a child I thought they were ugly), sunflowers and mum