Style Eye: Fall Fashions for Real Women

11:38 AM, Oct 23, 2013   |    comments
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Locally, Dots can be found at the Centerpointe Mall in Grand Rapids and the Wyoming Village Mall in Wyoming. You can also visit www.dots.com

Top Wearable Trends for Fall:
1. Aztec-Inspired Prints 
  A fun, bright interlocking pattern that serves as a statement piece in itself. 
  This type of print looks great on a long and lean frame as her body can handle the attention the pattern brings. 
  This print looks best on top and paired with skinny jeans. 
  Complementing knee-high boots bring this looks together. 
  Great look for weekend-wear.

2. High-Lo Hems and Chunky Sweater Vests 
  This is a standout outfit as it takes two trends and brings them together. 
  This look is great for a curvy girl because the longer hem in the back helps slim down her backside; meanwhile; the vest has a slimming effect on her top-half. 
  Skinny jeans and boots complete the look. 
  Brown accessories help blend the blouse and sweater and the chandelier earrings add the perfect amount of sparkle to this more 'earthy' look.

3. Patterns and Denim 
  Patterns and denim are on-trend and look great together. 
  Patterns flatter all frames, but this specific sweater dress looks great on a petite model as her smaller frame can handle the shorter length combined with the print. 
  The cropped denim jacket hits her waist at just the right place making her look taller. The knee-high boots have the same lengthening effect. 
  To add more oomph, belt the dress. Again, a petite waist can handle it.

4. Layering 
  The layered look is very trendy and looks great on all body types. 
  A plus-sized frame can benefit as the layered look allows her to smooth out her shape. 
  Black leggings at the bottom are very slimming, especially when paired with heels. 
  Wearing eye-catching accessories around your face such as scarves and earnings can bring attention upward. 
  Top it off with a cardigan in a fall color and pattern. Stripes are big for the season.

Courtesy: Dots

 

 

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