The Autumn/Winter fashion season is at its best. The holidays are just around the corner, so we thought we would update you with information on the hottest trends this season. Straight off the catwalk, follow these fashion rules to stand out during the holidays and all season long.
This is the smart and sexy look; a girly and playful but elegant office combination. Tailored styles and tweed fabrics are a perfect match. Detailing has gone military this season; however the modern tailoring gives this particular look a sleek and womanly twist. Torrid has perfect combinations for you ladies who would like to experiment with such items.
Back to the days where minis were unheard of, ladies dressed girly and accessories were big! Back to knee length dresses, nipped-in waists, cool belts and big beads. To give this retro image a touch of glamour and glam team is up with bold accessories, choose colors that stand out like purple and add in a touch of glitter or silver. There is definitely no way you cannot look sexy in this retro housewife look.
Remember the 70's. Dress big and chic by teaming up 70's style fashion with luxury fabrics, knits and accessories that stand out. Cape-styled coats are in and will keep you warm and snug. IGIGI will satisfy your appetite and your curves, should you want to go retro.
Think gypsies; a mix of peasant flair, things out of fairy tales and chic. Prints are casual but cool and feminine. To add a touch of glamour to your look, if this style is your thing, add sequins. Take a look at Alight, who has gone big on this type of look this season.
We have given you a taste of the basics that are in and 'happening' this season. Make sure to add a touch of your own personality when applying these ideas and putting them into practice. As much as we love fashion we love to advocate individuality and style. Ladies shine!
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