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Fall – the favorite season of many fashionsitas - is getting revamped thanks to Tracy Reese. The traditional dark color palette reserved for the season is updated by incorporating bright hues into the mix. Colors like orange, yellow, and many shades of purple were not only used as pops of color, but they also comprised entire outfits. Reese does a lot within this collection. For instance, she combines current trends into one look – color blocking and mixed prints – sticks to what she knows with lots of dainty dresses, and updates classic pairings like a t-shirt and skirt.
Reese’s collection is busy (in a good way), refreshing and holds on tight to color. If you’re a woman who has places to go and people to see, then click “Next” and check out some of the ensembles that Reese has created with you in mind.
Most times when we think of our winter wardrobe natural hues and dark colors are the only things we assume we have to work with. Well not this season. While natural browns and ‘all black everything’ can be quite sophisticated and sometimes even Hot, this winter color and accentuated styles take precedence. So go ahead and keep your dark colors and solid prints but also add these key pieces to spice up your winter wardrobe.
Wrap with us for a minute. Are you in need of a solution for brisk days and situations involving year-round air conditioning? Yes? We thought so. The wrap, a cardigan/jacket hybrid, is not only made to keep you warm, but the right choice in print, cut and fabric will also keep you looking fly. So enough of this late night infomercial speak, these pretty babies sell themselves, check out our favorite splurge-worthy wraps and links to their wallet-friendly alternatives.