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Fall Tips to Follow From Fashion Designers


Fall is, questionably (in our eyes, undoubtedly), the most fashionable season of the year. Cooler weather brings layers, new textures, and rich colors out of hiding. Scarves reign supreme, leggings are now everyday wear, and peacoats make their seasonal debut. While some fall pieces stay trendy forever, autumn also brings fresh new designs to the runways—and into our closets. This year, it’s all about neutral tones, stripes, red, embroidery, and metallics. From streetwear to holiday soirees, designers Leanne Marshall, Dan Liu, and Laila Wazna have pieces for every occasion as the leaves start changing.


Leanne Marshall

Neutral Tones
Neutrals have been in season for a while now and they’re here to stay. Textured tops and dresses in nude and cream are a trendy addition to any fall wardrobe. Leanne Marshall’s looks hit the sweet spot, where trendy meets elegant. Her floor-length gowns are neutral yet showstopping, proving even neutrals can turn heads.

Large, colorful prints and unique patterns are the name of the game this year. Traditional stripes will always be in vogue on the streets of Paris, but Leanne Marshall has set the bar for the classic pattern a bit higher. Large, colorful stripes and bold new patterns are all the rage. Whether you prefer leggings or skirts, be sure to have at least a few striped pieces in your wardrobe this fall.

Red Hot
The color of love, red, is going to be a hot choice for this season. From traditional coats, jumpsuits, or dresses, you will need to have this iconic color in your closet. Red is the perfect way to add a huge pop of color to an otherwise neutral fall wardrobe. Red accessories or statement pieces will keep your look fresh and exciting.

Embroidery and Metallics
Holiday parties are for drinking eggnog and sharing the joy of the holidays with your favorite coworkers…right? We all know the real thrill of a holiday party is the excuse to find a killer outfit to show off to those favorite coworkers. Embroidery and metallics are where it’s at this year, and Laila Wazna has you covered. A master of the art of details, her looks are elegant enough for any holiday extravaganza.

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Fall Tips to Follow From Fashion Designers: Featured image courtesy of Leanne Marshall

How To Rock Neutrals This Season


For many in the fashion world, neutral pieces are boring but necessary items to be worn only to accentuate or tone down a much louder piece. Rarely is a neutral top or dress the star of the show. However, minimalism is quickly becoming this seasons trend, and florals are becoming a little overusedin the words of Miranda Priestly, “Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.” Neutrals are the go-to staple this season as the weather warms up. With these totally unique pieces, we’ll show you how to rock neutrals this season.

(Photo Courtesy of Nordstrom, Leith Sweater Knit Slipdress, $79.00)

Beige doesn’t have to be boring and this slip dress totally proves that. With knitted detail and a unique cut at the bottom, this dress can stand alone or be paired with your favorite bomber and heels. The possibilities are endless, but keeping it simple is chic too.

(Photo courtesy of Anthropologie, Agacia Velvet Top, $79.95)

A black top may be an obvious, safe choice for those days where putting an outfit together just isn’t going to happen;, but this velvet black top is unexpected in all the right ways. The sheer neckline and bold black collar bring this top from basic to trendy. Paired with skinny jeans, trousers, or a skirt, this shirt is an easy way to accomplish a pulled together look.

(Photo Courtesy of Nordstrom, Theory ‘Testra 2B’ Stretch Wool Pants, $265.00)

Every woman needs a flattering pair of trousers, and a slim fit adds a modern, chic edge to your otherwise boring work outfit. Grey looks good on almost every skin tone and it is so easy to find pieces to mix and match. An ankle cut leaves you the option to show off a fabulous pair of shoes and who can resist that?

(Photo courtesy of Kate Spade, Cameron Street Candace Satchel, $284)

If beige, black, and gray are a little too boring for your inner wild child, mauve makes a great option—and totally counts as a neutral. This crossbody meets tote is the perfect addition to any outfit and adds a simple, girly touch.
This season any neutral can make a statement, so don’t be afraid to break out those neutrals and let your natural beauty do the rest.

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How To Rock Neutrals This Season. Feature Image Courtesy of Pinterest.