Summer is officially gone, and as the weather cools with leaves changing, perhaps you need those jackets and boots back.
While many are expectedly excited about fall layering and the season’s natural beauty, some other are still nestled in the long-gone summer fashion trends. They are, either knowingly or naively, committing the embarrassing and unforgiving fall and winter fashion mistakes.
Among the many common fashion mistakes to avoid this fall and winter season, here are just a few of them:
1. Put away your yoga pants or summer pants
Of course, your affection towards the beautiful patterns of flowers on your pants can’t be hidden. But, it’s time you wait until next year. Fall trends are already out and involve a plethora of ideas. So, find some for your wardrobe, but let your summer pants rest deep inside your wardrobe.
2. Dressy attire with a casual overcoat during winter
This mistake is common among women when they head out in their evening best wrapped up in their casual coats. It gets worse when the two clothes do not match with your style. However, if you really need the attire, just find a glamorous coat that suits the event, as well as your intent and personality.
3. Fur Boots
Let’s face it; doesn’t it look sickly trying to tell the difference between your fur boots and your pup during winter? It is not attractive at all when you appear like you are wearing an animal on your feet.
4. Too much leg
There is such a thing as too much leg. If you would like to look trendy and sophisticated during the two seasons, keep it simple and do not reveal too much of your legs!
5. Cutoff short and tights
While both will look casual, pairing them during fall and winter is a No-No! It makes them look a bit tacky. Just save them for the warm summer weather.
6. Big furry hats
It’s that moment of the year when everyone wants to stay warm, but big furry hats can be more of an embarrassment. They may make you look awkward, unless done just right. A word to the wise? Just stay away from them.
You understand that fall will soon easily give way to winter, a season plagued with shorter, chillier days, bitter winds, and unruly snow. It, therefore, means that your wardrobe along with the weather, should also change! Button up!