Lost in a endless sea of fall fashion trends? With so many choices, how can you decide which fall fashion trends fits you without buying a whole new wardrobe? Sola Adelowo, image consultant at ImageCubeLLC, breaks it down for you with these simple tips.
This print is a great trend to try because it can work for most style codes. If you want a more classic and authoritative look, try the traditional black and white pattern. If you're looking for a more whimsical approach, try a colorful or larger-scale version of the print.
They don't have to be sexy! For a sportier look, try a flat riding style.
These are a cool weather wardrobe staple. Layer a turtleneck under a lightweight dress to extend your wardrobe, or try a turtleneck sweater for a sophisticated look.
Emerald is the color of the year, but this fall any shade goes.
Drab outerwear is a thing of the past. This season it's all about bright colors and bold cuts.
Sola Adelowo is a certified image consultant, a certified Myers-Briggs Personality Type practitioner and the founder of ImageCube, LLC. She understands how to strategically build an image while using your own wardrobe to help demonstrate your unique personality. For more tips and more about Sola, check out ImageCubeLLC.com.
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