Must Haves in a Casual Style in the New Season

Must Haves in a Casual Style in the New Season

Boyfriend Jeans

Boyfriend jeans are a must have casual style wardrobe item every winter and they are great for a relaxed fall look! They are a versatile pair and can be coupled with just about anything from long sleeve shirts to bomber jackets to a graphic tee and cardigans. Keep your ankle boots as footwear in the day and for an evening outing, you can wear these boyfriend jeans with a silky blouse, black high heels and a fur vest. Finish off you look with a statement scarf and you can rock your evening like anything!

Capes
Capes are your best friends in winters as they give you cover out in the cold and are also suitable for every body type. They look super sexy when worn over pencil skirts, skinny jeans or leggings. So this fall, throw that cape over a nice sweater and don’t forget those high-heels to nail the classy girl look!

Belts
Belts, belts and belts! It is the most important accessory this fall to add shape to any outfit. A dress cinched at the waist with a nice faux leather belt will give you a really flattering silhouette. You can put your belt on with your skinny jeans or khakis and the other option is to cinch it over a long sweater dress or cardigan.

Trench Coats

 

This fall you MUST add trench coats to your go-to outfits list. A trench coat not only saves you from the downpour, it also adds you to the list of all those fashion forward ladies who are on top of their style-o-meter! Trench coats are chic, functional, and finish up your look in a classic twist whether you are wearing them over a dress or jacket and leggings.

Statement Necklace
Other than investing in a good leather belt, you must own one statement necklace which will up the ante for your casual style clothing. They are eye-catching and add the glamour quotient to your overall look even when worn with a simple T and jeans.

Bags
Structured and studded bags can really help tie your look together in winnters.

Long Boots

 

Long boots or over-the-knee boots look fabulous when worn over leggings and skinnies. They can also compliment your oversized knitted sweaters nicely.

Bomber and Biker Jackets
Oversized leather jackets are super flattering on any body type. They cutoff nicely below your waste and can be paired with all kinds of casual wear. Jackets look amazing when pulled over form-fitted tops or dresses.

Canvas sneakers

 

Sneakers are a must for your casual style footwear. They are insanely flattering on your legs and look amazing with cut-off jean shorts, cuffed corduroy pants or with dresses and skirts.

Silky Blouses

Silky blouses are one other versatile piece of clothing that can be paired with just about anything from pencil skirts to skinny jeans to corduroys. Just throw a cardigan on top and finish off your look with a statement necklace. You can accessorize with a scarf and also if the blouse is oversized, it can be cinched at the waist with a belt if you want to add some form to your attire.

Patterned Knit Sweaters and Long Sleeves Striped Shirts

 

 

Pair your knitwear and striped shirts with denims, harem pants, boyfriend jeans, flared pants and trousers and you are good to go.

 

Hats

Hats are a must when you are on foot. Pick one of those masculine ranch hats or baseball hats for a stroll around the block. They will definitely give you the casual-chic look and keep you warm.

 

 

References:

http://www.collegefashion.net/fashion-tips/15-must-have-items-for-an-casual-androgynous-chic-wardrobe-plus-45-outfit-ideas/

http://www.instyle.com/fashion/rachel-zoes-top-10-fall-must-haves

 

 

 

 

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