2012 Fall Wardrobe Essential [Part II]

Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Fall/Winter on it full swing now and now I think its a best time to reveal some of more fall wardrobe essential though it was for 2012 but since fall/winter is not over yet so it's worth give it a short. In case, if you've missed Fall Wardrobe Essential Part I , click Here to check it out. 
Lets have a look what Fall Essential we've got now in this part :

You feel that? It’s the first brush of sweater-weather winds. Granted, it won’t be time to really button up for a while — but to help you transition gracefully (and luxuriously) to cooler temps, we’re recommending a simple, cashmere pullover with a bold V-neck and -back with enough room to fit any of your favorite tops underneath. It’s an absolute essential.

The Silk Scarf — Yes, the weather will only continue to get cooler, so make sure you have a pretty silk scarf to bring some color and coziness to your all your fall lineups. And, if you have one from last season that you still love, all the better.

The Estate-Sale Earring — Truth be told, we're stoked that big earrings are back. And while Dolce & Gabbana showed us how very big we could go, you can keep it chic and simple with just a pop of rhinestones, day or night. 

The Tuxedo-Style Blazer — If you don't already own one of these, shame on you. Because if there's anything we've learned from Yves Saint Laurent, it's that Le Smoking is the coolest look on a woman, ever. And fall's tuxedo-style blazer is the perfect way to infuse that timeless brand of chic into any outfit.

The Oxblood Jean — Like graffiti jeans from a few seasons ago, this fall's oxblood jean is just the denim panacea we've been craving. A little punk and a little polished, this fall essential can update your look instantly (and it won't break the bank, either).

The Bomber Jacket — The bomber jacket is another piece that seems to fall in and out of favor every few years, but this season, it's one of our absolute faves, striking that rare balance between boyish basic and eternal elegance. 

The Oversized Clutch — Sure, an oversized clutch my force you to get rid of all those superfluous purse stowaways, but do you really need three packs of gum? These oversized clutches work as chic day packs or as an unexpected bag for nighttime — just make sure you don't leave it behind at the bar.

The Leather Skirt — In faux or real, a leather skirt helps you maintain a breezy, feminine shape. We love a chic box pleat or a slick pencil skirt for work (just switch out the shoes and throw on a cozy sweater, and you'll be able to wear it out on the weekend, too!). 

 The Skinny Mid-Rise Denim — A perfectly fitting mid-rise jean is hard to find, but when you do, it'll never fail you. Offering tummy-tucking magic and a sexy silhouette, our favorite denim shape is modern, flattering, and fashion-forward without being obnoxious

The Colored Bag — We've always felt partial to a bag that did the work for us, and with a bag so colorful and bright, it practically makes an outfit (yep, feel free to wear those T-shirt and jeans again). We like bags in typical shapes and styles — with a color so bright, there's no need to overdo it!

The Knee-High Boot — From Alexander Wang to Altuzarra, knee-high boots seemed to be making a comeback, which means it's time to dig yours out of the back of your closet, or go and finally make the splurge. A decent pair shouldn't cost you an arm and a leg, but expect to put down a decent amount of cash if you don't feel like resoling, retooling, and repairing them every six months.

 The Peasant Dress — These ain't your "Ray of Light"-era peasant dresses from a decade ago. In a midi-length and more delicate, sophisticated embroidery, the modern peasant dress is more Marfa, Texas than Madonna '98.

The Cropped Black Trouser — Forever a staple (at least in our books), a cropped black trouser perfectly shows off sleek pumps or ankle boots, lengthens your legs, and is comfy, to boot. The only problem is figuring out a way to not wear 'em out!

The Tweed Blazer — Whether you opt for a simple, nipped-at-the-waist jacket of a boxier version, a tweed blazer is a preppy fall topper that will never (and we guarantee it!) go out of style. No need to wear it with that plaid, loafers or other trad basics — we like ours with acid-hued dresses and statement jewels, and printed, flowing skirts. 

The Brimmed Hat — A good, felt hat makes any fall outfit look more polished. Just make sure the brim is wide and the trimming thin, so you don't get mistaken for Colin Farrell. 

The Neutral Eye Frame — Black eye frames feel about as fresh as a can of cocktail sausages right now — especially when you compare them with all the beautiful, light-hued glasses on the market. In a dusky-gray tortoiseshell or a bone-white cream, a neutral eye frame gives all the four eyes among us a leg up. 

Pheeeewww!!!! This is it , but are not these hot? Which one you going to opt to sizzle you Fall ??

Disclaimer : The content of the post is orginally from Refinery29.

3 comments on "2012 Fall Wardrobe Essential [Part II] "
  1. Need to get a Tweed blazer and a really good cashmere jumper. I bought my parents some on vacation but now I really want to get one for myself! Great list you have here. :)

  2. Love the list! My fav are the big earrings :D



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