The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting darker and longer – and it’s getting colder! Well, don’t worry! This article will guide you on how to look great this Fall clothes .
1. Plan to layer your clothes.
Temperatures fluctuate greatly during the fall. Mornings will be cool, afternoons hot and evenings cool again. If you are at work or school all day, you may not have time to change. The best way to handle this is to wear layers that you can take off when the day warms up.
Layers are a great way to stay comfortable when the weather changes.
2. Wear shirts that can be layered.
If you live in a place with cooler weather in the fall, consider wearing a short- or long-sleeved shirt; they can be worn under cardigans or over lacy tank tops. You can also wear turtlenecks and button-down shirts and blouses. If you live in a warmer area, you can wear tank tops and short-sleeved shirts. Here are some more ideas:
Wear the lace tank top under a long-sleeve shirt with a ruffled neckline. The lace will peek out from under the neckline, giving you a feminine look and keeping you warm at the same time.
Wear a plaid button-down shirt over a white tank top or short sleeve shirt. Pair it with jeans and work boots for a classic fall look.
Consider layering sweaters or knit dresses over long-sleeved shirt and tights or leggings.
3. Choose suitable outerwear.
Mornings and evenings during autumn are usually cool, while afternoons are warm. For this reason, you want to wear something that can be easily removed over your shirt. Here are some suggestions:
If you live in a place that is relatively warm in the fall, wear light coats, vests, and sweaters. Avoid anything too thick or warm.
Invest in a leather jacket if you want a timeless piece that you can wear again and again.
If you live in a place where fall is cold and wet, consider wearing a jacket or long trench coat. You can also wear heavier coats, vests and sweaters.
Hoodies are great for any weather; they are also easy to tie around the waist when it gets too hot.
4. Wear long pants and skirts.
If you really want to wear shorter skirts or shorts, consider layering them with dark leggings or tights for a sleek and fashionable look. Long jeans and dark trousers are perfect for autumn. Here are some more ideas:
If you wear skinny jeans, you can tuck them into your boots.
Pair a wool or tweed skirt with a pair of dark solid tights or leggings.
5. Wear shoes and sneakers.
Autumn is the time to put away the wedges, pumps, sandals and flip-flops. Instead, wear close-toed shoes, sneakers, and boots. Here are some ideas:
Cosy and comfortable with a pair of Uggs or other bulky boots with fur.
For cold, wet falls, choose Doc Martens or other combat, military, or work boots.
If you live in a place where the weather is warmer in the fall, you can wear canvas shoes such as Chuck Taylors, Toms or Vans.
You can also wear some fashionable riding boots, over the knee boots or calf boots.
6. Gather some warm weather accessories.
Accessories like scarves, hats, and gloves not only keep you warm, but they’re also easy to throw away when it gets warm. Here are some ideas:
For hats, try a newspaper cap or hats made from felt or tweed.
For scarves, try something made of flannel with a solid or checkered pattern. Avoid wearing woolen or knitted scarves unless you live in a colder climate.
Gloves are the most versatile. Consider wearing suede or leather gloves. If you live in a warmer climate, try fingerless gloves.
Choosing the right look
1.Choose the right colors.
During autumn, the weather starts to get colder, so you should wear darker more neutral colors. Avoid vivid and bright colors such as white, pastel and neon colors. The colors that are most suitable for autumn are:
- Dark colors like burgundy, navy and plum.
- Neutral colors like brown, gray and black.
- Earth tones such as brown, tan, beige, forest green, dark green and olive green.
- Warm colors based on autumn leaves such as cream, gold, bronze, deep red and deep orange.
2.Choose the right patterns.
There are certain patterns that are more associated with autumn than others. Fabrics with bright, cheery tropical flowers (such as hibiscus) tend to remind people of summer or spring and may look out of place on a cold, rainy fall day. However, plaid and houndstooth are perfect for fall; they are more gloomy and reserved, which suits the cold weather well.
Consider wearing dark florals instead. An example of a dark floral is anything with a black, navy, plum or burgundy background. Flowers that work well in autumn include roses, thistles and pansies.
3. Choose the right fabrics.
You want something to keep you warm. Avoid linen, silk and light cotton. Not only are they too light for fall, but they’re also often associated with warmer weather. In autumn, the most suitable fabrics are:
- Flannel and felt
- Cashmere wool
- Denim, corduroy and chambray
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