A Season Of Classic Looks And Delicate Details

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By Leslie Homier, MBA

 

What will women wear this fall/winter season?

The style-savvy experts at Vogue Magazine, the nation's first and largest Couture fashion catalog, say that clean and conservative looks are back in vogue (No pun intended). Skin-baring outfits are out and layering is in. Volume and textured fabric are fashion's buzzwords, and rich colors like black, red, purple and gray ruled the runways. Elle magazine offers the following tips on how to be fashionable this fall/winter:

Sleek Silhouettes

The "new suit" features fitted jackets paired with slim pants and skirts, for a polished, tailored look. Consider a mandarin collar or washed wool plaid blazer with a favorite pair of pants for sophisticated style. Or menswear-styled suit jackets, softened with feminine details and gentle draping, create a look that works in a boardroom or a bistro.

Give your pants some pizzazz by wearing cropped or wide-legged styles. Several top designers explored this trend with contrasting looks-pairing loose with tight and long with short. Anyone can wear this look by balancing the silhouette with heels or an appropriate top.

Touchable Textures

Luxurious velvet made a comeback this season. The latest fashion designs feature crushed and jewelry-close velvet blazers that create a modern look.

From chunky cable to fine gauge, there's a knit for all occasions. For a cozy option on chilly fall nights, choose a sweater-knit. For a feminine spin, try a twin set lined with ruffles or a beaded cardigan.

Au Courant Accents

For tasteful fall layering, it's all in the details. Pieces trimmed in lace or ruffles create a romantic touch under shirts and jackets.

Wound along the hem of a skirt or down a pant leg, embroidery adds a splash of style. Paisley and floral designs are classic twists on this modern trend.

Signature Snapshot

One signature snapshot is a jacket cinched at the waist with a belt. Pair it with a boot of any height for an up-to-the-minute look.

All the best,

Leslie

 

 


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