Saturday, October 8, 2011

Autumn Fashion Style

People often change how they dress during autumn and winter to adapt to the temperatures of the new seasons. While most people don't wear the fashions exhibited down the runway by models, being well dressed and trendy in the cooler months is still important.
It’s important to know how to stay warm and still look cute. One of the easiest ways to do that is by choosing the colours for your autumn and winter wardrobe from a more subtle colour palette. Shades of grey, cream, brown and black accented with deep shades of purples, greens, reds and blues are all popular for autumn and winter. Keep in mind that black makes you look slimmer, so it's often a good choice for a main colour. You want your top half and bottom half to complement one another. This means that when you're wearing skinny jeans, you can wear something baggier on top, like a sweater. But when you're wearing loose pants or flared jeans, wear something fitted on top, such as a short dresses. This keeps you from looking like a shapeless splotch.
Show your style sense with layers of sheer fabric tops, opaque shirts, scarves, jackets and ankle boots.
As it gets colder, you can wear a long-sleeved shirt with a short-sleeved shirt over it. Under the main shirt, deliberate adding a camisole with a different neckline, lace or ruffles for a different texture. You can also wear a camisole with a very long t-shirt or long-sleeved shirt under a sweater. Not only will it keep you warm when your outdoors, but if you go inside where it's warm, you can remove the sweater and still be wearing a few layers.
Colour is important with coats. Make sure to choose a variety of colours that match and different shapes for shirts and necklines. Highlight the parts of your body that you like the most. You may have to try a few times before you can consistently achieve the look you want. With training, you can look marvellous, feel warm and be comfortable.
Tips: Add flair to your autumn and winter closet with faux fur and velvet-trimmed collars, hems and sleeves, and don't forget big colourful handbags with matching hats and gloves.

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