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The Greatest Patterns for Autumn

With Fall around the corner: it’s time to reinvent your current wardrobe!

As the Irish poet and playwright Oscar Wilde once wrote: “…and all at once, summer collapsed into fall.” It’s a sad time indeed. No more skirts and summer dresses. However, fall makes room for plenty of other possibilities.

Did you plan ahead, ready to  compete  as the leaves are falling? Or, did you forget about it just as last year, and now you have to go on a last-minute shopping spree to fill up your closet with a new collection of fall garments.

With that said, fall women’s fashion is one of the most exciting upcoming trends to follow. That is why I combined a few tips for creating the perfect outfit during this lovely time of the year.

Ladies, get out your patterns!

Always wanted to step out of your comfort zone and include some spice to the mix?  Try out dots. They are timeless and not only limited to autumn! For example, picture  a dark cosy sweater covered in light coloured dots. Dots are hot, just as their friend stripes. These two patterns, and patterns in general have been worn by royalties for ages now. Pretty interesting right? Find out how they used patterns in this article.

As mentioned before, don’t forget about stripes as they have been pretty popular during fall. Find a beautiful, striped navy dress and you’re ready to face this windy season.

Fall Fashion for Women: comfort is key

We have all been there once, wearing something made out of hellish fabrics just to have our outfits on point. But, ultimately, clothing should be all about comfort.

Stay warm by layering that extra shirt under your cosy sweater to prevent a full-blown cold. And, don’t be scared to wear something that isn’t trying to hug your skin to death. Comfort is life, especially during these colder seasons of the year.


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