I was catching up on my blog roll and noticed a pattern: it seems like everyone is wearing gingham! Pinterest has even confirmed that searches for gingham are up 100% from last year. I think it’s safe to say that gingham is the print of the season. No longer reserved for preppy styles, picnics and little kids, take a look at some of my favorite blogger outfits that show us the trendiest ways to wear gingham this fall.
Arielle, Something Navy
Arielle’s effortless gingham two-piece set is perfect for the early days of fall.
Luanna, Le Happy
Luanna perfectly pairs her gingham trousers with an understated crop top and edgy accessories.
Carrie, Wish Wish Wish
I adore Carrie’s modern take on this charming gingham dress. She pairs it with sleek loafers and an updated newsboy cap.
Sara, College Vintage
Sara is wearing the sweetest gingham dress, perfect for a day of sightseeing!
Cara, Cara Jourdan
From early brunch to date night, this gingham mini and straw bag combo is picture-perfect.
Blair, Atlantic Pacific
I am pretty obsessed with Blair’s gingham trousers and can imagine so many ways to remix them all season long!
Julia, Everyday With J
A gingham denim skirt is the best of two seasonal trends.
Karen, Where Did U Get That?
An off-the-shoulder gingham midi dress with platform espadrilles is a combo that is begging to be worn all season long.
Every season fashion trends come and go. Some we miss once they’ve gone while others we’re happy to say goodbye to. The fanny pack might fall into “bye-bye see you later” category for most, but if you ask me I’m ecstatic they’re back!
Gone are the days of calling these bum bags “fanny packs” because these days they’re being worn across the chest, with an evening dress and even over a thick winter coat. This year they’re being featured as the ultimate hands-free accessory that can hold your gadgets and gizmos and look polished all at the same time. Here in tech country these hip bags are fast becoming the next-must have designer purse.
What do you think? Yay or Nay?
Have we changed your mind about belt bags? We sure hope so, because we think they’re so hot right now.
This week, we’re featuring varsity sweater dresses, pinstripe jumpsuits, oversized sweaters and microsuede skirts!
Varsity Sweater Dress $32.50
Stripe Sleeve Shift Dress $32.50
Pinstripe Jumpsuit $38.50
Static Sweater $30; Tan Microsuede Fringe Skirt $20
Burgundy Mock Neck Sweater $32.50; Stitched Microsuede Skirt $20
Temperatures are dropping, so stop into Crossroads for a winter fashion fix before the holidays begin!
‘Tis the season of hats! Accessorize during cold weather months by adding a hat atop your bundle of scarves, sweaters, and coats. The ultimate accessory, a hat is able to transform the look of your outfit, while keeping you warm and your hair in place. Check out my favorite hat styles for fall 2016 below!
Wide Brim Hats
Fedoras and other wide brim hats let you show off your style, even when it’s time to bundle up.
Embrace the chill and top off your look in casual style with a cozy beanie.
Add some chic to your layered looks with a newsboy cap.
Dress down your outfit with a trendy baseball cap; they’re not just for sporting events anymore!
As temperatures start to drop, I’m reaching for trends that call for a little more fabric and tons of drama like the statement sleeve. Whether you’re drawn to billowy off-the-shoulder numbers or romantic bell sleeves, these shirt silhouettes are stealing the spotlight this fall.
Here’s how some of our favorite bloggers are letting their sleeves do the talking:
Have you picked up any pieces with statement sleeves this fall? Which style is your favorite?
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