Fall's fashion musts (Demo)

Peering into last year’s closet there is an endless color palette of last year’s fall collection consisting of burgundy, brown, and navy blues. Instead of shedding some unwanted pounds, it is time to shed some unwanted out-of-style clothes.
This year’s color palette contains several louder colors such as emerald, many shades of green, pink, red, orange, gray and even purple. Nikki Ogunnaike from Glamour says, “Don’t be afraid to experiment with different colors, lengths, and textures.” This fall, bold is the way to go. However, make sure to keep the rest simple.
Hats are another essential accessory for fall 2013, including Fedoras, floppy knits, and even baseball caps. One major “Do” is to keep it classic. Houndstooth is the universal classic fabric of the season; it blends with every color on this season’s palette.
Another print that is very “in” is one that many still have, leopard. This print is good in little doses mixed among the season colors.
Emerald seems to be a long-lasting trend throughout the year. Be sure to incorporate some bold emerald accessories or pieces this fall.
Shannon Maddex, freshmen at William Peace University says, “Seeing the new fashion on the fashion shows makes me take a step back and disapprove. Then when I see it out in person it makes sense and actually looks wearable.”
A reoccurring fall trend is of course layers. Whether it is from different fabrics to textures it is definitely the way to go, just be sure to not patterns or go crazy with colors.
Many times people stay away from white after Labor Day but that’s not the case this year.
“I am glad to hear about this fashion change,” said Hannah Godbold when told about the news.
Leather should be one of the main items in the closets of people around the world. It is always in just as long as it’s not worn from head to toe.
The final craze this season is inspired by the military as seen in the 2013 fall fashion week.
From colors that pop to the subtle Houndstooth print the 2013 fall fashion is one for the books.

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