Gone are the days of being completely deprive of strength and energy which prevented me from opening my blog. lt actually felt so good to take rest from everything even just for a while and so now, I am redeeming this blog of mine to finally put some progress to my numerous backlogs. Let’s first start from the blog post which I created almost two months ago. (yes that’s how logged I am). Since I don’t guarantee to take a new outfit of the day shots and blog it every now and then, I am putting the Style Weekend session where I will be going to post all the style essentials that I currently loving either it’s for summer, winter, spring or even just plain ordinary type of day. (because we basically only have 2 seasons here in mnl)
Apparently, the fall starts on September twenty-three and ends up on December twenty-one where winter begins. So before November ends, here’s my list of favorites in line with the Fall (Street style) collection.
Button Down Denim Skirt
The A-line denim skirt from 70s is back and is actually on track for today’s modern style staple with a twist of the classic A-line skirts. Just like the other denim skirts that you might have it’s versatility perfectly fits whatever weather in fall we may have.
The beautiful tan color of the suede skirt perfectly represents the color of Fall. Neutrals and light color palettes add some sumptuous texture to your wardrobe. And just like the Denim, it has its own versatility too that can be paired with anything.
In terms of sartorial life turtle necks are considered a fall item, considering as a classic ensemble, they also have an ability to construct and give an edgy look. Perfectly matches the A-line skirts and you can channel you inner vogue-ish side.
Culottes are the knee-length trousers and is indeed a perfect substitute for jeans. Not only comfortable and easy to wear, but can vent a high-toned, upscale look that can also give a look of a loose round skirt. They can be worn for casual or even formal. Culottes can fit for the unpredictable weather of the fall season.
Any ideas for the fall season? Share your thoughts by commenting below!