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My Top 3: Fall Fashion! Finally!

Updated on July 31, 2015

The Color Purple

Purple is the new Black!

This summer I'm pretty sure that green was the new black. But now purple is the new green. You will for sure see women with purple shirts and accessories walking down the street. I have already seen many purple jackets and shirts. I even gave in and bought a purple hoodie and a wallet.

I think purple is a very beautiful color. I give this style a five. I am not sure how the color was actually chose for the "color of fall" But its a good choice! The color purple is usually associated with power. I think the color has something to do with women empowering themselves. This gives a great message to women everywhere!

Necklaces and Other Accessories

I Guess you can never have to many necklaces, bangles, and rings..Whatever else you can have Drape from your body

OK so out of nowhere women are wearing heavy necklaces. Lots of chunky things and I wonder to myself..Is that weighing you down?

I can't stand this style. I give it a 1. So many acerrsories take away from the cloths! A lot of the time the choices aren't right either. Women wearing 3 necklaces, some bangles, and rings! I mean a bracelet here and there is nice, But several is ridiculous. It gives me anxiety to look at them. And I don't think it attracts anyone. If you are thinking "Oh he's going to see me from across the room." you are right. He's going to see you from across the room and hes going to get anxiety. He won't know where to look except for at all the things you are wearing. It's not attraction..Its a distraction.

Michael Jackson Fan

In honor of the King of Pop

The Michael Jackson jacket! One of the best fashion statements made popular by Michael Jackson is making it's comeback. The military style comes in various different fashions and styles. Celebrities like Rhianna now rock the jacket.

This jacket is an iconic part of history. I give it a four. The thing is very few people can pull it off. Some women might look more like a man trying to wear it. Try not to over do it with a bulky man's military jacket. Because the style is so popular they actually have women's fit jackets. Its a hard look to master. Many women sometimes take it to far and have to many jackets. Over wearing it plays out the style. Find the perfect color and the perfect fit and you will do MJ proud in your jacket.

Fall is a great season for fashion. With the wear of jackets, leggings, and accessories fall is the best time to show your unique style. Forever 21 is a great place to shop. I once got a pair of jeans for 12 dollars there. They keep it stylish but inexpensive. It's perfect for college students on as budget. Another great place is Wet Seal. They have many different bangles. And they often have deals like "Buy 1 get one for 1 cent." Gap can also be a good choice sometimes. They are usually up on the latest styles.

I think fashion is also a lot about you. You can wear something because it's a trend but it doesn't mean anything if you don't feel right about it. The great thing is the trends are everywhere so you can find your favorite store and follow th trend on your own terms! 2009 Fall Fashion has some unique fashions and is sure to be absolutely stunning.


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    • Aqua profile image


      9 years ago from California

      It's nice to go from summer clothes to warmer clothes for fall and winter. I'm still kinda into the scarves - not the heavy "Aunt Mabel" type scarves, but the lightweight style accessory type ones. Great hub!

    • Kimberly Bunch profile image

      Kimberly Bunch 

      9 years ago from EAST WENATCHEE

      Awesome! Here's one of mine:

    • BrianFanslau profile image


      9 years ago from Eagan, MN

      Woot looking good! Very flashy indeed and has that hint of Vampire in it as that is a very trend topic and fashion concern pinning into the early 17th-18th century clothing that seems to be re-trending as of late great hub Brendavies!

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      9 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

      Great fashion hub, Bredavies! In case your wondering why I'm here reading your hub, I'm supporting my fan! I'm not into fashion at all (typical straight guy?) The extent of fashion decisions I make daily is whether I should wear a hat or not! I kind of think the MJ jacket is pretty cool. I really liked him up until it wasn't cool to like him and now I'm back where I started! Thanks!


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