By RAY WHITE
It’s that time of year where the weather gets brisk, the trees change color and everyone is talking about upcoming holidays or football. It’s the beautiful season of fall, and with this change of season comes a change in fashion. Fashion tips aren’t necessary for everyone, but a few pointers can always be helpful.
Neutral is Natural
Labor Day has passed, so white should be tossed aside for more engaging colors. Olive green, mustard yellow, burnt orange, browns, burgundy and reds of all shades should be explored. Finding apparel in these colors will not only make you stand out in the crowd, but it also creates festive flavor associated with the season. Sweaters, cardigans, jeans, windbreakers and shoes of all types can be tied
with these colors, but just remember try not to mix too many of these together, as it could clash and clutter an out t. When it comes to outfits, using natural colors keeps it simple. For example, distressed black jeans with an olive green long-sleeve and brown or black shoes of any type work great together. Brighten it up with a burnt orange top, navy blue pants and sneakers of your liking. Skirts and dresses are also a great source of style. Just make it natural, and make it you.
Black is Never Whack
It’s slimming, it’s simple, it’s timeless… it’s black! Black is one of those colors that always works. It matches everything, it’s not hard to find and everyone looks amazing in it. It doesn’t really matter what you wear in black – dressy or casual. But don’t forget to accessorize with this color, because the simplest additions to an out t could make it. Bracelets, necklaces, earrings, rings… the choice is yours and the color can be anything you want. The only real advice for black is to be creative.
Fiend for the Jeans
Jean pants of all colors and styles, denim jackets of all cuts and accessories and anything else jean-related can be the statement of the season. Wear it multiple times for a wide range of outfits. They’re versatile and three pieces of denim can easily enhance your whole wardrobe.
But What Do I Wear on My Feet?
We all have our own style and the amount of shoe options is staggering. But just make sure they’re comfortable and can go with multiple outfits. Chelsea Boots, Timberlands, Vans and dress shoes (heels/ wedges included) can all be great footwear, yet the only true advice is color. Black is timeless and versatile. Natural colors can pop, and brown is a great idea. There are exceptions depending on the out t, but decide on personal preference first.
Dressing up everyday is hard and sometimes those sweaters, jeans and boots are just a little too uncomfortable. When this occurs, opt for comfort over style. Sweatpants, hoodies and slides just make you feel good sometimes, so don’t worry about who’s wearing what, because being comfortable is all that matters.
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