Fashion Tips for Favorite Fall Colors 2015
Who doesn't love the crisp air, the seasonal flavors, and of course the fashion that goes with it? While sipping on pumpkin-flavored everything, we're dreaming about all the colors we get to explore in our fall wardrobes.
To stay current with trends, we recommend trying some of these crisp color combinations this fall. Pair them with shapewear for a head-turning look this season and beyond.
If you loved the 80s, then you are probably excited: hot electric shades are returning. Your best bet for pulling off flashy shades of pink and green without making an overstatement is at the gym. Add fluorescent hues to your workout band collection and you'll definitely turn heads.
This fall favorite looks good on pretty much everyone. But to avoid looking bland, liven it up with richer colors like maroon or copper. For invisible shaping under neutrals, choose a nude color shaper or waist trainer; no one will ever suspect how you look so good.
- Winter Florals
Florals in late fall and winter work well when rendered against a regal teal or red background. Pair with a firm compression shaper to ensure that your foundation is smooth and that the print lies perfectly on your figure.
- Winter Cream
The latest take on winter white is a creamier version of one of the fashion world's favorite shades. White can be tricky to pull off, however, so you'll want to make sure your figure is slim and smooth. Your best bet is a nude all-over shaping garment like the Mid-Thigh Bodysuit by Amia.
- Black & White Graphics
Black and white prints are genius because they can create an optical illusion. Wear this bold, street-savvy style so that it brings attention to the smallest part of your waist. Add a waist trainer to further emphasize the waistline.
- Breton Stripes
This can be a flattering form-fitting style if worn correctly. However, if the horizontal stripes emphasize the wrong areas, they can make you look larger. Choose a fitted garment that draws in at the waist, paired with a maximum compression shaper. This way the stripes highlight your curves in all the right places.