4 Fall Accessory Trends to Fall for in 2015
Itâ€™s not just the promise of pumpkin spice lattes that makes us weak in the knees come September. For us fashion girls, fall means we get to break out our favorite cozy sweaters, scarves, and leather boots that have been hiding in storage all summer.
Fall also means back-to-school shopping. So while weâ€™ll be headed to the boardroom instead of the classroom, some things havenâ€™t changed- weâ€™re still excited to upgrade our wardrobes. Here are the 4 fall accessory trends weâ€™re swooning over.
No, we didnâ€™t raid our grandmaâ€™s jewelry box- these brooches are a modern day nod to the classic style. But brooches arenâ€™t just for lapels anymore- weâ€™re seeing them on dresses, on shoes, and in hair. We love the one-of-a-kind look of a bold brooch on a fall jacket, or a gem encrusted pin tucked into a loose bun for nighttime sparkle.
A statement earring:
Yes, you heard us- thatâ€™s â€śearringâ€ť. Not for the faint of heart, this is one of fallâ€™s hottest trends for the daring fashionista. If you want to embrace the trend without looking like you got dressed in the dark, we recommend wearing both earrings from one of the pairs below. Theyâ€™re a departure from the norm, but you wonâ€™t feel the need to hide behind your hair all day.
Undeniably, fringe just feels like fall. And whether you prefer boho or ladylike, youâ€™ll find a fringe handbag to fit your style. Hunter green and tan look chic, while black and bright red have the rocker edge youâ€™re looking for.
Remember, a great handbag thatâ€™ll take you through the season doesnâ€™t need to be expensive. When choosing a handbag, look for quality hardware and keep in mind that neutral colors tend to look more expensive.
If you want to look like an instant celebrity, a chic topper is the way to go. This season, felt hats in camel, navy, red, and black are on our wish list. Structured or floppy, these cool-girl accessories are universally flattering, fall appropriate, and make even the worst of bad hair days look polished. Â
Weâ€™ve heard some readers say they love the look, but donâ€™t know how to wear a hat. We suggest choosing a hat in a neutral, goes-with-everything shade and keeping the size of the hat in proportion with your face and body. Wear it with a low braid or loose waves, and throw on some shades for an added air of mystery.
Now you: Which accessory are you going to rock this Fall?
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