Fashion is constantly changing and one day something is and the next day it’s old news. But thankfully there are always a few items that tend to transition into the next season. This summer was proven to be full of the bright, the bold and the beautiful. Here are 5 trends that you can carry into the fall:
Bold colors: This past summer featured plenty of bold and bright colors and thankfully this trend will put us right into the fall. Instead of your more summery bold colors like coral and mint, try colors like royal and cobalt blues, plums, mustards and of course deeper reds.
Washed skinny jeans: Skinny jeans sailed through the summer months and are being carried right through fall. Keep sporting your skinny jeans and pair it with a cute booty and bold top. The more texture and print your skinnys have the better.
Braids: Hair, hair, hair! Maybe we have The Hunger Games and Katniss to thank for this but, braids are a wonderful look this fall. Your summer braids were a splash at the pool now take it to the cooler months by a more refined braid bun.
Fringe: Fringe bathing suits were hot this summer but guess what? They are making an appearance in accessories, boots and jackets this fall. The key with fringe is to not overdue it. Keep on item on your body (or accessories) the fringe focal point.
Crossbody and clutches: Those bold colored clutches and crossbody purses can be used throughout fall. The brighter the color or pattern the better! Or stick to a stable and try to find a more neutral trendy shade of gray to compliment your wardrobe this fall.
So before you pack away and hope that your skinny jeans will be cool next summer, comb your closet for this year’s constants. Remember bold is beautiful and keep it fun; focus on the deeper and darker colors. Don’t be afraid to try a new trend that frightens you, you never know when it could be your ‘it’ look!
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Nancy Parker was a professional nanny and she loves to write about wide range of subjects like health, Parenting, Child Care, Babysitting, nanny, www.enannysource.com/ etc. You can reach her @ nancy.parker015 @ gmail.com