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Monday, September 16, 2019

Tips For Dressing For The Fall

With another season fast approaching, it’s time to take a look at your wardrobe and change it ready for the change in weather. Fall is a month where the leaves are starting to fall, there is a chill in the, air and it’s time to wrap up in a hundred and one layers. Never fear, here are some tips for dressing for the fall.


Do A Declutter First
First off, it’s good to declutter your wardrobe so that you can start with a fresh canvas. This is a great way of looking at what you currently have that might already been in your wardrobe, or what you've got available that was brand new last year for fall. A declutter is a fantastic way of resetting your wardrobe and to figure out exactly what it is you need and what you already have to utilize. As far as fast fashion is concerned, the more we can do to reduce the amount of waste we produce, the better. Try to get rid of as much stuff as possible, and vacuum pack your summer attire if you’re limited on space. You can then remove this completely from your wardrobe and pop it in your attic or in another storage space.

Plan To Layer Clothing
As it gets colder, you don’t want to be wearing thin materials, and if you do, you want to master the art of layering. Layering is one thing for all those who hate the cold weather, is a saving grace when it comes to this time of year. It’s important to be careful when layering because you don’t want it to make you look several sizes bigger than you actually are. Layering can be wearing a shirt with a sweater over the top. You might look to wear a long-sleeved top with a sleeveless dress over the top. Start experimenting with your layers and buy a mixture of shirts and basic tops that can go with dresses and thicker clothing like sweaters.

Get Some Durable Footwear
Footwear is an essential purchase for your fall wear because unfortunately, there’s likely to be more wet weather than there will be dry. It’s good to buy quality footwear that’s going to be durable. So look for those with a thicker sole and always consider what type of material the outer layer of the shoe is going to be. Leather is the best option if you’re after a material that’s going to last longer. You can also be synthetic and faux leather, but this might not last as long. Quality doesn’t mean that you have to spend a lot of money on it, but you are likely in most cases, to get shoes that will last much longer if you invest just a little more into them.

Boots are a typical fall footwear option and the thicker the sole, the better. You may also benefit from getting some type of protectant to put on the outside of your shoes to protect it from getting soaked with water or scuffed.

Invest In A Good Coat
Coats and outerwear, in general, are one thing that perhaps you only buy one or two of. A good thermal coat that’s waterproof is ideal for those days when it really is too wet and windy to wear anything else. Investing in your main coat though is certainly going to be worthwhile. When looking for a coat, you want one that’s going to keep you warm but perhaps isn’t too heavy. There’s a lot of luxury streetwear available out there that can really transform a casual style into something a little more exciting. The Upperroom Boutique is a good source of luxury streetwear, and so that might be a good place to start.

A good investment into a coat may set you back a couple of hundred dollars, but if you pick the right style, it’s something that may end up lasting you for years if it’s one that’s always on-trend.

Dress With Accessories
Next up are your accessories. As this is the season to layer, what another few bits between friends? Scarves, hats, and gloves are going to keep you warm, even when you may be lacking a few layers. Try to match up these three accessories or at least go for a basic color like black or grey that’s going to match up with more adventurous colors and patterns. There are plenty of variations of accessories to pick from, and this is where you can go a little overboard. However, it’s worth having a few scarves, a handful of hats and gloves, so that you have some choice to partner up with your outfits.

Find Your Color Palette
And most importantly, it’s good to find your color palette for the season. Trends and styles will change each fall season, and so it’s good to know what’s current but also what colors may suit your complexion and also are your favorite. Everyone has a favorite color to wear, and some even have a theme of colors that they wear regularly. It might be nudes, it could be bold colors or all black. It’s whatever works for you and what you enjoy wearing. You may suit a certain shade of color, but that doesn’t mean you need to wear it all the time. Experiment with color and find the shapes and patterns you like wearing too. There are really no rules when it comes to picking a palette for your wardrobe, just as long as everything has a purpose and that it goes together in a variation of outfits.

Dressing for the fall certainly has it challenges, but like any season it’s only around for a certain time so try to make the most of it. Invest in a good coat or two, buy footwear that’s going to be durable against the harsh weather and most importantly, find pieces that work for you and that you enjoy wearing. You are wearing the outfit, and when you’re confident, it shows through your clothing.
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