As the warm weather comes to an end, fall is finally here and it’s time to get prepared. For girls that are looking for the new fall trends I am here to help. Some things that girls are wearing walking through the halls of CCBC are UGG boots, leggings, and jackets.
Slim-fit blazers can be worn as a casual outfit and as a night on the town outfit. Some girls change it up and make it their own styles by adding necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. If you’re not in the mood to go out and buy a whole new wardrobe, an eye-catching accessory can have the same effect.
Chunky bangles or an oversized watch can be used to make a great statement and found at an affordable price. Denim jackets are also coming back in style and has been seen worn around at CCBC.
Chambray shirts are an alternative to the everyday t-shirt. This denim-inspired fabric complements a dark pair of jeans very well. Leg warmers are another accessory that girls are adding to their outfits to give it their own style and individuality. Scarves are another trend for the fall season that you can dress up and make stylish with your outfit and still be warm.
We have also been getting a lot of rain this season. Rain can put a damper on anyone’s day and make them not want to get dressed. Here at CCBC there have been girls that still get creative with their outfits. Rain boots are another trend that I see as I walk around campus. The different prints and designs on the rain boots have unique looks to them.
Some new trends for the winter are ponchos, knee high boots, with scarves and hats. The color block scheme is another hot trend that allows people to have fun with their clothes. Color block is when you have different colors that wouldn’t normally be paired together and you make them coordinate with your outfit.
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