Opulence. That, in a word, describes the overall
trend in clothing and jewelry this Fall. No t-shirts and jeans
here. Put away the "basics," at least for a while.
Bright colors are out, as are boring earthtones, skinny belts
and plain hoops. Femininity is back in a big way.
have list for this season includes organic materials and rich,
spicy color. Think shell,
A quick trip through Lucky or InStyle turns up loads of funky
accessories. Big wood bangles
and cuffs, shell
with wood, and pearls worn in long
chandelier designs all reflect this return to sumptuous
decoration of the self. Chunky jewelry is especially hot.
Try turquoise or amber, big faceted semiprecious stones and
necklaces continue to be strong, especially in jewel tones
Feminine with a funky twist is a good description of what
women want this fall. Big, beaded
style necklaces make a dramatic statement. Eye catching crystals
work well when they are done delicately and with discretion.
Think gypsy hip.
looks like double and tripled necklaces and bracelets
are a continuing theme. Beads, charms and small details make
the look. Brooches, and pendants that look like pins gain
and spice tones overrule earth tones. Fur, faux or not, is
a major accent. Exotic locales like Russia serve as inspiration
for rich tapestries, velvet
Funky and fun with a feminine feel is the attitude. Bohemian
looks with soft shapes and relaxed lines are popular. Hobo
bag shapes are a strong trend, especially with some embellishment
that adds an extravagant touch. Gold, cinnamon, smoky green,
and magenta purple are all colors that fit well in the palette
for this season.
strength in vintage
or Victorian looks. Charms and pendants with cameo, satin
or antique looks should do very well. Any accent that hearkens
back to a more romantic time will fit nicely into the Fall
feel. Old photos,
postcards, promo material or stamps set
in ladylike silver frames are a solid subtrend.
on these trends, check the links below:
trends from PRWeb
retail shopping advice
Sun-Times fashion overview
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