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Style Trends for Fall 2013
Fall has arrived in Vermont and the reds, oranges and golds have gotten me thinking about style trends for fall. One of the challenges of style trends for fall 2013 is that they are often covered up by bulky outerwear. Invest in eye-catching outerwear this year instead of that same old bulky winter jacket. If you have a statement piece in a bright or textured fabric, go simple with the rest of your outfit.
Add a hat to your outfit. It will not only keep your head warm, it will give your outfit a bit of style. Don’t think that there is only one type of bulky winter hat. Try a cute fedora or a beanie one day!
Don’t forget patterns. While the floral patterns of spring and summer may need to be packed away. That doesn’t mean you cannot enjoy patterns. Houndstooth is in this season and works wonderfully paired with many different colors.
According to Glamour Fashion, leopard print is in style this year. Try some cute leopard print boots or even a scarf when putting together your outfit. Don’t go crazy though. One leopard print item per outfit is more than enough.
Emerald green is in as a fall color. This is one of the style trends for fall that makes me very happy. Emerald green is a very versatile color. You can easily pair it with black, brown or grey. Don’t be afraid to add in other fall colors as accent pieces like this gorgeous Style Goddess Bracelet from mark fashion. The wine and russet-colored faux stones with faux topaz stones in a bronzetone setting make this the perfect bracelet for fall.
I know traditionalists say don’t wear white after Labor Day, but I disagree. I winter white chunky knit sweater or denim jacket can add brightness to your fall wardrobe.
Don’t be afraid of peplum but do make sure you choose the one that’s right for your figure. Depending on where it’s placed, it can help define your waist or add curves where you need them. Since my hips are NOT my best feature, I tend to avoid peplum. It may be the right fall choice for you.
Which of the style trends for fall are you looking forward to?
Ellen is a busy mom of a 22-year-old son and 27-year-old daughter. She owns 5 blogs and is addicted to social media. She believes you can feel beautiful at any age and any size. She shares healthy, realistic beauty and fashion information geared toward women over the age of 40. If you’d like to work together, email firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.