Thursday 28 October 2010

8 Classic Fall Styles For Women: Sheer Tights and More

This fall, there is a return to a number of different classic
styles. Here are some of the biggest ones to watch out for.

1. Boots: Women's leather boots never go out of style.
Perhaps the best thing about them is their versatility. You
can wear them with jeans tucked in, but they look best when
shown off. Wear womens leotards, opaque stockings or sheer
tights with a skirt and watch the heads turn.

2. Black: Blouses, pants, skirts -however you wear it, black
is always classy. It's a color of power and control, but that
doesn't mean you can't make it sexy. You can also try wearing
it with turtlenecks, sweaters, or a chiffon shirt.

3. Denim: Although it seems like the reign of the skinny
jean is ending, it's not. A classic expensive pair of denim
jeans - whether loose or tight - will likely look good for
years to come. Don't buy it too trendy though (sparkles and
fake gemstones on the pockets), or you might get weird looks
next year at this time.

4. Tights: The above said, jeggings are still a trendy item,
and if you aren't quite sure if you want to make the jump, go
with an old fashioned pair of sheer tights or opaque

5. Coats: Camel coats are especially trendy this season and
they're a classic look that you will be able to wear for
years. Fur coats are similarly classic and if you can't
afford full length quite yet, try on a shearling accented
leather. Military style coats, riding coats, and red coats
are also hot, classic looks that can't go wrong. If you
want something trendier, think leopard or other animal
printed coats. Capes and wraps are a good idea and a classic
minimalist trend.

6. Hats: Berets, fedoras, even beanies are cute. Whatever
way you want to wear your headgear , you are wearing a
functional accessory that can be added to a lot of different

7. Menswear: That's right ladies. The latest evolution in
the power suit is wearing men's clothes designed for women.
Tailored and ruffled work well together, coats cut without
fronts, and flared pants with slim, low cut blouses.

8. Sweatpants: We all love being comfy, so why not do it in
style? Designer sweats made from cashmere were all the rage
this season on the runway. Even if you can't wear them out
on the town, they're still a great investment to make.

These eight tips will help you build your fall wardrobe for
this year and years to come. These items are classic, and if
you buy quality clothing, it will last forever. And remember,
you don't have to go on a shopping spree to look good - a
couple of expensive pieces will be your seasonal staples.
Now, go out there, and start looking good!

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