By Jennifer Aug.30.2012
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Don't Ditch those Shorts Just Yet!

Fall fashion may be here and the weather not far behind but we think it’s too early to lose the shorts. It’s only Labor Day weekend. There is still plenty of hot summer days to rock out in a pair of shorts. Just in case you’re still not sure, we’ve got a great outfit to show you just how serious we are.

Denim shorts were probably a staple of your wardrobe this summer. You don’t need to give them up just yet. Pair them with a chiffon printed top during the day. Then in the morning and evening when the temps dip a bit throw on a cardigan. It will easily transition this summer staple. We added a pretty rose bracelet to give you some arm candy that would coordinate with the sandals.

Do you see? Shorts still have at least a few weeks left to dominate our wardrobes. Find all the pieces to this outfit in our Shorts for Fall Collection on trendfeedr, where shopping for clothes is made easy.

By Jennifer Aug.28.2012
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Pop any Outfit with a Bold Pump

This is not the season to be shy about your accessories ladies. Especially those shoes. We love seeing all the brightly hued shoes walking around this summer. And there is no reason to let up for fall. Whether your outfit is basic and neutral, casual with denim, or bright and bold a hot shoe can make it really pop!

These ladies know what going on! There nuetral dresses are anything but boring with girly details and a high heeled hue.

We’ve got a collection of pumps on trendfeedr that are sure to blow the roof off your style!

A great example are these Barabra Bui Blue Cross Strap Nubuck Heels, found in our Pop it with a Pump Collection. By putting these with a grey, or champagne dress, you can get the balance you want.
Bright and neon accessories are a fantastic trend that has brought a lot of color and fun into fashion. Don’t be shy with this one. Just pick a bright shoe you love and rock it!

By Jennifer Aug.22.2012
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Wear it Now and Later: Oversized Tank

It is the cusp of summer and fall, and soon the leaves are going to start changing color and the weather will get colder. This does not mean that you have to throw out your summer clothes. Here is an example of how a top can double over from summer and into fall!

Let’s start off with a very summery tank top, in this case this Abrielle Tank in ivory. Summer is very hot, especially in August, so shorts are essential. We chose these Genetic Denim Ivy Cutoff Shorts. As for shoes, we went with Alexander Mcqueen Pale Pink Suede Pumps so the look doesn’t get to fussy. Then topped it off with some very casual and fun earrings and a bracelet.

The second outfit, designed for fall, once more spotlights the Abrielle Tank in ivory. We paired it with some Siwy Hannah Slim Crop Jeans to add some warmth for fall. On top of that, we also layered a jacket. As for accessories, we decided on Gucci butterfly sunglasses, OPI nail polish, a watch and a Crystal Starfish Ring from JCrew.

Just because it is summer does not mean you have to change your wardrobe for fall! Make sure to see what other articles of clothing and accessories Trendfeedr has to offer at our website!

By Jennifer Aug.20.2012
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Challenging Trend: High Low Style

The high low trend is making a big impact, but we’ve been hearing a general buzz that it’s hard to wear. Today we’re taking out the mystery by giving you two ways to wear it with ease and of course style.

Trendfeedr: High Low Skirts

This leopard print high low skirt is right on trend and makes a big impact. Pairing print and the somewhat unique skirt shape can be a bit overwhelming. Go for an easy top, like this crop knit. Our choice happens to also have the high low effect keeping the silhouettes cohesive. The shape is less important than the easy feel.  By pairing it with a sky high platform wedge, you elevate the entire look and keep that low hemline off the ground.

Trendfeedr: High Low Top

Next we’ve got an exaggerated high low hem on a chiffon blouse. This piece was inundated with likes on our facebook page, so we thought you’d like to know how to style it. We added a crochet short, the heavier feel balances the light and airy top perfectly. A pretty crystal ring and printed wedges bring a nice complimentary color into the mix. Plus the chained bangles from Jules Smith can go with anything!

Feeling more confident in your ability to rock the high low trend? Shop the look with our exclusive trendfeedr collection. Tell us what you think in the comments below and let us know what trends your struggling with.

By admin Aug.17.2012
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Five Must-Have Fashion Trends for Fall

White Trench Coat

Canada Goose White Trench Coat

 

Once cool days begin to replace scorching summer temperatures, you know it’s time to switch up your wardrobe. Here are five fashion trends for fall that every woman should have in her closet.

Trench coat

 

Every lady needs a well-fitted trench that hugs her curves and exudes sophistication. For a bit more drama, buy one that comes with large buttons or oversized lapels. Many tend to wear this item in understated shades of black, gray, or blue, but that doesn’t mean you have to – you can also find them in eye-catching red or olive green.

Cropped pants

Cropped pants are perfect for times in the season where shorts are out, but long pants feel too stuffy. Wool options tend to work best for the fall, especially in darker shades. Pair them with stunning stilettos to help transform a casual look into something more glamorous.

Blazer

Add polish to an otherwise casual outfit with this classic fashion trend. It can pull the all the elements of a look together, giving the ensemble a vibe that is somewhat bookish. If you want to keep your look more on the casual side, roll up the blazer’s sleeves.

Peacoat

For additional warmth without the extra length that comes with a trench, go with a peacoat. Create hour-glass curves by cinching your coat at the waist. To keep your outfit casual, leave the peacoat open – it’s a perfect look for start of fall, when temperatures haven’t dropped off completely, but T-shirts aren’t cutting it anymore.

Knitted dress

Forgo dresses with breezy summer fabrics in favor of warm, knitted options. They are perfect as stand-alone items that flatter your curves, as well as a snug bottom layer for multi-layered outfits needed for brisk autumn nights. Pair them with boots for a sexy look that won’t leave you freezing.

Now that it’s fall, put your flip flops and tank tops aside. Stock up on fall classics that will keep your feeling comfortable and looking classically stylish and temperatures start to dip.