Accessorizing Through Fall

I absolutely adore accessories that can really transform an outfit. I also adore this beautiful Fall weather I have been experiencing these past few weeks. The feeling of being cozy in sweaters and scarves really allows me to challenge my style. I think the sexiest thing this season is simply being warm and comfortable. Of course, there is nothing like a street style spin to an outfit. Here are a few looks that I am dying to try.

There are no limits to accessorizing and achieving a spectacular look!

HATS: I am a proud owner of two wide brimmed fedoras and they really are statement pieces for fall. They have such an edge to make an outfit become hip or polished. Black,  brown, burgundy, navy, and green are all the perfect colors for Fall to try and take your look to a new level!

Me! |  Jennifer Pearson - Understated Culture
Me! | Jennifer Pearson – Understated Culture

SCARVES: Scarves can never go out of style. They are classic and functional pieces that come in so many different styles and colors you can’t go wrong! Try an accent color or an enticing print. There are millions of ways to tie them and they are also great to use as turbans.

Finally, invest in a nice bag this fall. As you walk the city streets bundled in your stylish coat, a nice bag would be a fabulous accompaniment. Something dark or neutral would do the trick and would look great with every accessory listed above!

Here are some looks to recreate and accessorize for fall!

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Before you walk out the door remember these items to really give your look a comfortably chic twist. Even topping an outfit off with a pair of gloves can really pull the look together in such a classic way. Just these helpful tips to get you going before you conquer the world today!

“Creativity and class in all ways, always” – Understated Culture