Posts Tagged ‘Fall trends’

Prints charming

October 15, 2009
Sarah Mandel is wild about prints

Sarah Mandel is wild about prints

With each day comes another trend, take it from Towson University student Sarah Mandel.

Animal prints are a popular trend this season. From tops to jackets to ballet flats, these wild prints are perfect for anyone who likes to take a walk on the wild side!

Leopard, cheetah and zebra prints will definitely add more zing! to your wardrobe.

“I love my leopard print jacket,” she said.

While Forever 21 and Nordstrom’s are here retail store staples, she occasionally likes to shop at Bebe and Arden B. when she has a “few extra dollars to spend.”

And Sarah lives by a simple yet true styling motto:

“Wear clothes that flatter your best features and make you feel confident.”

Fall into boots this season

October 5, 2009

This weekend as I strolled through Towson mall I spotted some ultra cute shoes that are a must-have this fall! The soft leather boot.

This season is all about the super tall boot and Nordstrom’s has multiple how-to clips on what looks best with the new boot. Neutral colors like a light brown or soft grey look great with any look. Pair them with a mini dress and tights and you’ll be set all day or all night.

If you’re not sure about the super long boot, aim for the simple and sophisticated ankle boot–a classic look with any outfit.

My personal favorite happen to be the Sam Edelman suede boots (see below!) that were featured in the September issue of Teen Vogue.

Sam Edelman suede boots $199

Sam Edelman suede boots $199

Some things are black and white

September 22, 2009
Dena Jontiff

Dena Jontiff

Two classic colors, one updated fashion-forward look. Dena Jontiff from Owings Mills, spoke of how she loves to shop for less.

Don’t be fooled by the D&G white handbag on her shoulder.

“I got that on Canal Street in New York.”

And the popular plaid black and white tunic? “This was only like $20 from Target… I wasn’t sure if this would still be considered in style,” Jontiff said with hesitance.

While some may question what they wear everyday, we have to remember style is created not learned.

~Keep In Style~