Thursday, September 13, 2012

Back to Homeschool: Three Ways to Wear it for Fall

Fall Inspiration

Oksana inspired this post during the summer with her great blog post about how to wear a black tee shirt three different ways. Her message was that we don't need a whole lot of clothes, just new and different and interesting ways to wear them.

I agree. So as we consider what we have and what we need as the weather transitions into cooler fall temps, let's apply that principle...

Warm Autumn Red (or Any Color): Three Ways to Wear It

(1) As an accent...

(2) As one part of an outfit, like a shirt...

(3) As the outfit: a monochromatic look (couldn't resist this particular example :) ...

(photo credit: Huffington Post ~ Huff Post Style)

So if you wanted to purchase a particular color to add it to your fall capsule wardrobe, you wouldn't necessarily have to create an entire wardrobe capsule in that color.

You could buy one piece, some accessories and maybe a dress in that color and it would cost you much less money than re-doing your wardrobe completely. Wearing even that one piece to several different ways would greatly enhance the presence of that color w/o the need for more than one item.

How will you be doing more with less this Fall season?

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