Fall is finally here and this Fashionista has definitely added her fall flare to her wardrobe. Clothing changes through seasons, from long sleeve to short sleeve or from boots to flip-flops but color also plays a big part when transitioning outfits.
I was originally drawn to this Fashionista because of her outfit color palette. For people like me, who have a closet full of black, white and gray clothing, can take some tips from this Fashionista. Adding colors, like hints of red, denim or olive/khaki can brighten up ones outfit without overloading on colors. Along with the color, I also am loving the cut of this Fashionista’s pants. They look like they are a tailored fit to hug her body and the material is so clean cut, making it perfect for many different occasions. Versatile pieces are key for your college closet, because we all know, college closets are physically pretty small and you’ll need to be able to wear one piece, a couple different times and in a couple different ways. This Fashionista can wear these pants to a study date or to an interview and look appropriate for both!
She paired her gorgeous slacks with a simple black long sleeve sweater. I love how she kept the whole outfit very minimalistic and simplistic. The fact that this Fashionista decided to tuck in the sweater really accentuates her waistline and the waistband on the pants. Accentuating her waistline shows off her figure and gives a formal edge to a casual outfit.
Moving down to the shoes, this Fashionista paired her outfit with some crisp white sneakers. Sneakers have and continue to be worn by many Fashionistas, from Fashion Week to the front row of a Psychology lecture. I’m loving this sneaker sporty trend because it allows for comfort and cuteness. The whiteness of the sneakers add brightness to the fall outfit and makes the outfit practical for a college students busy schedule.
What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “I try to make my outfits effortless but chic. I have a simple style so to avoid boring outfits, I mix and match fabrics and accessorize them with statement pieces to make my ensembles unique and original!”