Get the hottest looks for fall
Styling by Nicole Chandler; hair and makeup by Sheena Zargari; model: Megan L./TNG Models; photos by Christopher DeVargas
What can you do when you want to look chic but don’t have the time or the budget to buy a whole new wardrobe twice a year? Focus on the accessories. And fall accessories for 2017 are a textural experience meant to be mixed with contrasting details: hard and soft, feminine and masculine, shiny and matte. If you keep that in mind when going through the lace, velvet, fur, leather, sheer, vinyl and heavy metals, it will make things much easier to pair.
Here are some key accessories you must have. First up, faux fur. You cannot go wrong with anything fur or fur trimmed—handbags, boots, scarves, collars, hats and more. Next up, hold on to your pearls! They are back in a big way as a trend—on sandals, handbags, belts, watches, earrings and bracelets. And finally: Vinyl. Bags, boots, heels, flats, hats, gloves, skirts, body suits, tops ... vinyl is everywhere!
And, as always, have fun with it. Snatch up a few strategic items in one of these three key trends, and you will be on trend for fall.
Call It Spring gold ring with rhinestones ($11.99, set of three), ALDO cuff ($15), Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort; Charming Charlie bangle ($22), Town Square
White House | Black Market beaded choker ($60), Charming Charlie Bohemian earrings ($14), Town Square
House of CB marguite ($165), Topshop at Fashion Show
Francesca's clear handbag ($28), Call It Spring gold rings with rhinestones ($11.99, set of three), Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort; Makeup: NARS Hot Sand liquid illuminator—Orgasm ($30), Caudalie Beauty Elixir ($18-$49), Sephora; Smashbox Full Exposure waterproof mascara ($23), Ulta Beauty; NARS Audacious lipstick—Carmen ($34), The Forum Shops at Caesars
Chinese Laundry Jag bootie ($119.95), Fashion Show