Fall Fashion Favorites

There is a little something for everyone this fall. Velvet, bomber jackets, animal print, great fall color, frayed hem jeans, and bow blouses. These are just a few of my favorite fall looks.

Potter’s Clay – a color you’ll see a lot in stores this fall.

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Bows are back. Wear it tied or loosely untied, with a dressy skirt or with jeans.

Image from Pinterest Style You Chic

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Sumptuous velvet looks as good as it feels.
Image elle.com

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If wearing head-to-toe velvet seems like too much try wearing a touch of velvet on a boot. The boot on the left is by Steve Madden and the one on the right is by Gianvito Rossi.

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A frayed hem on jeans is fun and fresh. Pair it with a casual sweater or tee and boots, or dress it up with a silk blouse and pumps.

Animal print is on trend. In my book it is a classic! The clutch on the left is by Jimmy Choo and the one on the right is Christian Louboutin. The one on the bottom is by local designer Ceri Hoover.

If you’re looking for a bomber jacket here are some of the best I’ve seen. On the left is an Isabel Marant Étoile from Barneys. If you don’t want to splurge on this trend try the one on the right from Nordstrom by Mural.

If you just want to give a nod to this trend try this Diane von Fürstenberg jacket.

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