Accessories are a big thing for any outfit, with the potential to make or break a look or ensemble. While jewelry and gloves, bags and purses and everything in between might be quite necessary, few of us ever really stop to think about hair accessories.
If you want to be on the cutting edge of fashion for fall, don't look to shop windows, look to the future! As I often tell my clients, if you see it in stores, it's already out, which is why I keep an eye on global trend forecasts.
With the right shoes, necklace or even a great chronograph watch, your look will go from basic to so of-the-moment. Here are 11 Glamour editor-selected fall shopping picks that will inject newness into your existing wardrobe with the greatest of ease.
With fashion, color trends are at long last shifting from the bright and bold and soft pastel to a muted mix that lands a bit in between: mustard yellow, toned down orange, and navy blue, along with what's already arrived in full force, olive green.
In an age when 20-something actresses and singers are consistently stealing the show as models in couture campaigns (Blake Lively for Chanel, Kristen Stewart for Balenciaga), it's refreshing to see a veteran siren chosen for a high fashion ad.
The temperature may be cooling down, but fall footwear is heating up -- and the best way to update your look is by making sure you're a stylish step ahead of the competition in some new on trend boots!
Coco Chanel once said "before leaving the house, a lady should look in the mirror and remove one accessory," and while I am never one to disagree with the iconic Coco Chanel, in this case I'm going to go ahead and tell you to do the exact opposite of what she said here.
There are only a few staple pieces essential to a fall wardrobe, and a trench coat is one of them! These classically comprised and weather resistant toppers are easy to wear and even easier to love, whether strolling, shopping or working.
Functionality is key in this parka for under $500 that boasts nap-down gunflaps, a storm placket, dual-entry cargo pockets and rib-knit cuff inserts, while a waist cinching drawstrings keeps the silhouette feminine.
There are certain pieces in your closet you can keep from season to season, and some that need to be retired. But which ones? It seems for the longest time we were told "Never wear white after Labor Day!" Now, it's acceptable to wear all year round.
She's notoriously shy, yet always the center of attention, especially during Fashion Week -- after all, the models might be pretty and the designers talented, but whatever the fashion world's reigning Queen Anna says, goes.