A monthly feature that offers stylist tips so you can have the most fabulous, fashionable work wardrobe around!
It’s no secret that fall has officially arrived in Seattle! In the last couple of days, I’ve pulled out my cozy jackets and boots and said goodbye to strappy sandals and short hemlines. While the dropping temperatures always make me a bit sad, I love being able to dive into the fall fashion trends I’ve been fawning over since spring. Here are a few I’m looking forward to this season:
Unexpected Styling of Desert Boots
Desert boots aren’t necessarily a new item, but their level of versatility has certainly expanded. Instead of saving them for the weekend and just wearing with jeans, I love the idea of adding a bit of ruggedness to an otherwise classy piece, like a pencil skirt. The outfit below is perfect for a cozy and casual day at the office.
Graphic Print Dresses
I’m a huge fun of printed dresses. They’re easy to throw on in the morning and don’t need a lot of accessories to look pulled together. If you’re like me, and can’t get enough print, snap up as many of these standout dresses as you can! There are so many fun choices this season, which isn’t always the case.
I’m currently obsessed with this color and plan to wear it all autumn and winter! Its richness is so perfect for this time of year, whether it’s in your accessories or a staple item like jeans.
What items are you lusting over this fall?
Shauna has worked as a stylist for several years, having helped many women find the perfect outfits for their professional lives. Whether it’s finding a few key pieces for a series of interviews or building a complete wardrobe for a new job, Shauna knows how to make a work outfit pop. Check out her monthly feature 'Work It' on Girl Power Hour’s website for tips and tricks to make your work wardrobe the most fabulous it can be. You can connect with Shauna on her website www.styledin5.com or tweet her @shauna_rae with your style questions!
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