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Falling in Love with Fall #2

Falling in Love with Fall #2

Second item up on the list of fall style…wait for it!  Sweaters!  How is this new, you ask? Well, unlike the popular cardigans of late, these sweaters are your old school pullovers.  Like something you’d you purchased from United Colors of Benetton to pair with jeans to go to your middle school dance in 1990.  These sweaters don’t necessarily need to be boxy but they aren’t long.

The way to wear this fashionably this fall is to pair it with a skirt.  If you want to show off your backside, leave the jeans for junior high and pair it with a pencil skirt.  Not feeling great about the derriere today, how about a skater skirt?

Either way, it’ll be a fresh take on an old favorite.

 

Falling in Love with Fall #2 by stylefromthesticks featuring tortoiseshell glasses

H M cable knit jumper
$23 – hm.com

Falling in Love with Fall

Falling in Love with Fall

Enough is enough, I can’t wait one more day!  It’s time to talk about fall!  I know you are all anxious to go out and buy yourself something.  Now that the kids have their new shoes and pencils, doesn’t mom deserve to update with a few things as well?  Absolutely.

This week will be my series on what you must have for fall.  Some trends you might find on other fashion resources but mainly they are what I’m craving!

First up, patterned pants.  Yup, this was on the list last year and I know many of you are still holding out.  You’re thinking, how am I going to look at pictures of me in these in twenty years?  Let me tell you, you’ll be crying over your hairstyle and your shoes and how you thought you were heavy then but were really young and thin.  So don’t worry about your patterned pants!  Embrace them.  Wear them.  Like a bad boyfriend in high school, we may all be sorry but for now, they are so much fun!

The fail-safe way to wear these is to pair them with a neutral solid.  Pick a color from the print and it can’t get easier.  But if you really want to step it up a notch, pair the print with another print.  And that is what makes this pants look so current for fall.

Here is a combo I created with fresco printed pants and a striped button down.  Keep them in the same color family.  And remember that one pattern should be smaller than the other to complement each other.

Turn on the visual interest in your wardrobe!  Try out the patterned pant!

 

Falling in Love with Fall by stylefromthesticks featuring a cropped trousers

Juicy couture jewelry
$39 – theoutnet.com

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