Wednesday, August 27, 2014

5 Key Pieces to Add to Your Fall 2014 Shopping List

It may still be warm outside, but it's time to start preparing to transition into your fall wardrobe.  This fall is all about relaxed pieces that combine comfort and style. Have a look at a few key pieces you should add to your shopping list.

Fabulous Seconds Graphic Tee 
1. The Statement Tee
Wear  it to work with a pencil skirt, on weekend with jeans, pair it with relaxed joggers or your favorite blazer; the possibilities are endless. Stock up on tees in  basic neutral colors first like white, black, and gray to get maximum wardrobe mileage out of each piece.

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H&M Textured Skirt
 2. The Midi Skirt
Anything below the knee to just above the calf can be considered "midi".  This skirt length manages to make your waist look tiny while making your legs look longer. Pair it with pumps for pre-fall, or with knee high boots when temperatures drop. It's definitely a great investment that you'll get tons of wear out of.

JCP Worthington Slit Front Pencil Skirt
 in Green Cheetah

3. The Graphic Print 
Pencil Skirt
Add a tee and pointy pumps for instant style.

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4. Jogger Pants

These upgraded sweatpants give you the slim lines of your skinny jeans through the ankle, while being more relaxed through the hips and thighs. Comfortable, and can be dressed up or down.

5. Pointed Toe Flats

Pointed toe shoes give an illusion of length. Now you can have the best of both worlds, a long and lean silhouette and feet that don't hurt!

What's on your Fall 2014 shopping list?

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