Thanks to the love of designers for evergreen looks we might still recycle some of the summer trends during the next season. The summer trends to keep for Fall include some of the basic fashion pieces that can be easily embedded into outfits that would suit the various seasons. Keep your wardrobe updated and armed up for the upcoming fashion trends with a few useful pro tips. Match your style sense with these universal outfit pieces and polish your accessorizing skills to perfection.

Those who follow the evolution of this modern art know that each season we witness the rebirth of fashion trends. Some designers might not be able to strip off their admiration for various style movements others succeed in envisioning a completely different attitude towards tailoring as well as color and print structure. Those who would like to find out which are some of the universal pieces this year that would definitely survive the transition from one season to the next one should take a closer look at the summer trends to keep for Fall. This brief overview will help you prepare your wardrobe for the upcoming months as well as make the perfect makeover that would rule out the chance of any fashion faux pas. These are some of the A-list outfit pieces to include in your outfit parade.

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Summer Shorts

The endless shorts designs from the skin flashing to the boyfriend and also silky textured ones lead the list of sought-after summer style items on the market as well as the runway. There's nothing that can keep you from preserving this top notch element in your wardrobe. More you can devote a front row position to these even during the Fall season. All you have to do is adapt your outfit to the cold and rainy days with an additional pair of leggings. These whether of uniform color or printed would accentuate the beauty of your legs and would furnish you with the chance to sport your favorite summer shorts. Complete your look with a stylish cape or blazer and the must have boots.



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Lace Fashion

The all time favorite fabric used with great confidence by designers during the spring/summer season is undoubtedly lace. This material added a high brow flair to the outfits as well as plain clothing items. Lace tops as well as dresses and even leggings can be easily pierced into your Fall look especially if you manage to highlight these by sporting pieces that are uniform and lack other eye-catching patterns. Both casual as well as semi-formal apparels would look 'va-va-voom' when crowned with a similar refined and fab pieces. Leather jackets and boots paired with a lace dress would create the Rock chick vibe, wheres heels and a lace tank top would be perfect for a Romantic date.



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Maxi Dress

Floor-sweeping maxi dresses would provide you with the honor to pull off a spotless Fall outfit. For a stylish cover-up choose a blazer or a cardigan, these would not only keep you warm but will also bring out the Romantic and Boho allure of your dress. Cropped jackets look also oh-so-mesmerizing with these long dresses. When it comes of shoes all you have to do is try on all your footwear from ballet pumps, to boots and wedges as these would all contribute to the style-conscious outfit. Finish up the appearance with an XXL Hobo bag or a carry-it-all for the urban tint.



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Peep-Toe Shoes

There's no need to pack away the toe-flashing shoes to the bottom of your wardrobe. Instead leave them in their well-deserved position and wear them with great confidence. However, how could you protect your body from the rain and cold? The answer is easy, adopt the latest shoes and socks style trend which would banish all the limits of 'no-no' combos. This year you have green way to experiment with colored as well as neutral shaded socks matched with your open-toe platform sandals and wedges.Wear these with skinny or boyfriend as well as wide-leg pants to create a cosmopolitan look. Take advantage of the ambition of designers to offer a more easier to pull off transition from summer to Fall.


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