Four Fall Trends


Scarves, boots and vests... Oh my!

 

As we bid adieu to October and welcomed November this past weekend, I want to highlight four trends that I’m currently crushing on this season. From oversized outerwear to sexy footwear, below are a few fun and stylish ways to beat the fall gloom.

Belting Scarves

A fun and different way to showcase your collection of scarves is to belt them over your outfit. You can belt your scarf for a more casual look with a sweater and denim, or a more polished look with a dress.

Fedora

Though it can be a challenge at times when the sunshine is constant in Los Angeles {where I’m based out of}, when the weather is cool enough, I love pulling out my hats and start wearing them in rotation. A nice wool floppy fedora is a stylish element to add to any fall wardrobe.

OTK Boots

OTK {over-the-knee} boots is the sexiest footwear this season and definitely this season’s must-have. I know the style may seem a bit bold when looking at them, and might even conjure up street walker-ish images, but when paired appropriately with the right outfit, OTK boots are very fall/winter chic.  Try pairing your OTKs with leggings or skirt and a chunky knit sweater, denim and blazer, or a dress belted with a cardigan.

Oversized Vests

As seen all over the fall runways, oversized outwear is everything this season, whether it’s in the cut of a cocoon coat to a bomber jacket. Vests are no exceptions to this trend either. An oversized vest is also a good summer to fall transitional piece as you can easily layer or belt that over a summer dress, mini skirt, or shorts and still look fall appropriate.

 
 

about the author

 
Stephany Sam for DotsAndHoney.com

Stephany Sam for DotsAndHoney.com

 

Hi everyone! My name is Stephanie and I am the founder and editor of my lifestyle blog Dots & Honey.  I started Dots & Honey as a creative outlet for me to share fun and stylish inspirations across fashion, food, beauty, and travel. When I’m not blogging, one of the things I love to do is to just relax with a book in hand and a glass of wine in the other.

 

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