Trends to keep through the upcoming season

12 Sep

You already know which pieces to add to your wardrobe this fall, but what should you keep from recent seasons? Read on for which trends are still going strong.

Oxblood

Button-sleeve Ponte Kint Dress in Wine Country Old Navy, $29.94

Button-sleeve Ponte Kint Dress in Wine Country
Old Navy, $29.94

Fall 2012’s it color Oxblood lives to see another year! The autumn hue plays will with this season’s camel-and-black combo or Pantone’s color the Year Emerald Green.

Colorblocking

Colorblocking has been around for quite sometime and it’s here to stay at least a little bit longer. Grab a piece that’s pre-blocked or mix and match to make your own look.

Emerald Green

This is the best season to try out Pantone’s color of the year Emerald Green . Dare to transition it into your wardrobe by mixing with spring’s mint, or commit to the season by pairing with traditional fall colors like orange.

Dome Bags

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A Dome Bag is a classic shape. Stick to a neutral color so it can stay in your closet for a long time.

Black-and-White

According to the Spring 2014 previews at NYFW, this Black-and-White timeless combination ain’t going anywhere anytime soon. Make sure your piece is versatile enough to last through Fall/Winter and into Spring.

Full Skirts

Whether trumpet  or circle Full Skirts still complement most figures and help hide trouble spots. Add tights to a dress as temperatures drop, or invest in a new fit-and-flare coat!

Cap-toed Shoes

Like color-blocking but exclusively for shoes, Cap-toes are still here. Works best with flats – which are also in for Spring 2014.

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  1. Outfit Inspiration: What to wear for in-between weather | Living Fiesta - October 10, 2013

    […] skirt  and add a long-sleeve top in a complementary fall color. Black always works, and tan or oxblood are very of the moment.  Make sure the top is lightweight enough that you’ll stay warm if a […]

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