Thursday, October 22, 2009

Fall Fashion Accessories For Women

Fall fashion accessories for women don't have to be boring or bland anymore. You can brighten almost any outfit with a few simple accessorizing options. Just remember your goal is to accentuate your natural features and add a bit of flair to your current wardrobe.

If you've seen fall fashion designs that look tacky or overdone, then the problem could be poor accessory choices. It doesn't take an abundance of belts, purses, or pieces of jewelry to make an outfit stand out in a crowd. A few accessories that are well chosen and elegant in taste can make a much bigger and more powerful statement. So, check out these few tips to help with your fall fashion style.

Hats Create a Completed Look

If you've got a hairstyle that can accommodate a stylish hat, which most hairstyles do, then use one to complete your look. Popular fall hats should be subtle and simple in their design because a hat makes a bold statement. Look for hats that are medium in size and have a small bill and a bit of height at the crown. For a polished look, choose hats that do not cover your ears. Outdoor hats that cover your ears are quite appropriate, but indoor hats that accessorize an outfit should leave your ears available for showing off a nice pair of fashionable earrings. In addition, stick with hats that have a neutral color such as: black, brown, or tan. If you accessorize with a brightly colored hat, the look will be too strong and will detract from the natural beauty of your face.

Belts Create a Defined Look

Belts can do a wonderful thing for almost any waistline...they define and tone the midsection. Whether you are curvy, slim, or somewhere in between, belts have a way of showing off the natural shape of a woman. The most narrow part on a woman's body is typically just below her bust line, so the best way to wear a fall belt is to situate it a couple of inches below that area. As a result, the thinnest part of your body will get the bulk of the attention. For the most attractive fall belt accessory, chose one that is about one to two inches wide with a medium sized belt buckle. In addition, try to wear a belt that does not contrast in color or style with your top. Wider black or brown belts are often a great option because so many fall outfits revolve around these two colors. Avoid brightly colored belts that can often hinder the overall appeal of your outfit.

Purses Create a Customized Look

I like to think of purses as the "wheels" of an outfit. If a car can be defined by its wheel design, then an outfit can be defined by its purse design. A fall purse used as an accessory can add some needed bling and artistry to a simple outfit. Since a handbag is not attached to your body in any way, you can experiment with color, texture, and size. Larger purses have been the modern trend, and these seem to revitalize a flavorless wardrobe. Simple patterns, jewel tone colors, and silver hardware all make for an exciting and vibrant addition to most fall outfits.

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