Fall Fashion Fix

This winter’s wardrobe calls attention to ’80s inspired pieces.
When I think of the ’80s, I ultimately envision vibrant colors.
I am an advocate for ’80s inspired fashion and am very excited about restructuring my wardrobe for this season.
From dramatic shoulders to bold and offbeat prints, the ’80s always made powerful sartorial statements.
The decade showed its face in the bright patterns and different shapes and styles of the heel on a peep toe bootie or five inch pump.
Many people consider spring and summer the seasons to explode in color, but fall and winter demand color as well.
According to Vogue magazine, the color for this season is royal, rich and rooted in romance. If you were thinking gold, think again.
Purple has been spotted on many runways and seems to be the hottest tone for now.
Reds, royal blues and yellow will also add richness.
Accessories such as bows, charms, and floral ornaments add a classic, yet funky mood to any outfit.
Don’t overdo the accessories. One or two pieces are enough to dominate your ensemble and bring it together.
Layering is also important factor as the coldest season approaches.
Leggings and tights cover legs when paired with a hot boots or pumps.
When considering tights, haute couture design houses like Chanel put emphasis on lace. Shorts and mini skirts without leggings are a “no-no” during this season.
Layering is fun. A beautiful coat is a must have for the winter season as well as a classic leather jacket.
Scarves, hats, and gloves are essential as the cold intensify.
If you’re wearing a black coat, try brightening it with fluorescent gloves, hats and scarves.
Although it may seem odd to “fashion conscious” safe dressers, mixing offbeat patterns will almost always add a whimsical feel to an everyday outfit, if executed correctly.
This fall is all about the leopard print. It roars and adds eccentricity to wardrobes.
To keep with ’80s inspired boldness, big sleeves and shoulders, accentuated waists and oversized skirts remain en vogue.
This fall’s most fashionable trends can be found on the runways of Chanel, Christian Dior, Valentino and Marc Jacobs.
We all want to find ways to recreate runway looks for less, but often find it hard to do.
Remember to be creative; make sure your style is consistent with the season; go for color; be bold; find ways to recreate trends and always make a statement.
According to TeenVogue. Com, the top 6 trends for this fall include (but are not limited to):1. The boxy jacket
2. Lacy layers
3. Neon colors
4. The stylish sweatpants
5. Sharp shoulder blazers
6. Cozy cardigans