9 Easy Outfits….Already In Your Closet

This article, entitled 9 Easy Outfits….Already In Your Closet….Remix What You Have For Fall Fashion Trends comes from partner site 719woman.com.

It can be expensive updating your wardrobe as the seasons change and new trends become popular. But chances are, you already own pieces in your closet that by just mixing them up or adding a different accessory, you can rework and be right on track without having to spend a dime. Here’s nine fall trends you can easily pull together…

HAVE FUN WITH TIGHTS

Tights are an easy and relatively inexpensive way to give an outfit a new and different feel. You can take any skirt you own, add a sweater and then with a pair of patterned tights, get a completely new look.

GO MONOCHROMATIC

Pairing different shades of a neutral color like gray looks totally chic.

TIE ON A SCARF & TOUGHEN UP FLORALS

A pop of animal print lends a trendy vibe to a classic blazer and minidress.

A denim jacket gives the girlie print and full skirt a cool spin. And this is an easy way to continue wearing your summer skirts (you can also do this with a summer floral dress.

MIX PRINTS

By keeping your different prints in similar color schemes, you can create a high-impact but not overpowering look. Floral with animal print…yes you can.

WORK A BELT &DRESS UP A SLOUCHY KNIT

A skinny style belt pulls together a casual day look and gives shape to an oversize knit.

A flouncy skirt, draped scarf and heeled booties bring polish to a relaxed sweater.

REMIX A CARDIGAN

Buttoned up and worn with a wide belt, the basic sweater feels fresh. You can wear this look with tailored trousers, skinny jeans or even a skirt.

UPDATE CROPPED PANTS

Take your cropped pants from the summer, add tights and ankle-strap shoes…and the shorter shape feels new and current.

So before spending money on new clothes for fall fashion updates, look at what you already own….and use these examples for ways you can mix up new looks with what you have.



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