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Fall Fashion Must Haves Under $100

Back to school means it’s officially fall. It’s sweater weather, indeed, time to pull out your scarves and boots for the cooler months ahead. While you still might be kickin’ it in your shorts and flip flops, there’s no better time to prep your autumn closet than at the top of the season. The best deals and biggest selection are available now. Rest assured, the following fashion must haves will take you to the head of the best dressed class, and they won’t break the bank. Who says you have to spend a ton of money to be stylish? Click here for more affordable fall fashion inspiration.

 

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Festival Fashion Must Haves 2014

Festival season is in full swing! With Coachella behind us, there’s a slew of amazing music events in the months ahead that require the right festival attire. No matter if you’re headed to the desert or the big city, or just want to look like you’re part of the in-crowd, proper festival style is a must. Channel your inner bohemian hipster with the following fashion essentials.

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What to Wear to a Class Reunion: eHow Style Video

Whether your 5th or 40th class reunion is coming up, figuring out what to wear can always be a daunting task.  The biggest mistake you can make when dressing for this occasion is selecting clothing that you’re not comfortable in.  The most important thing is to showcase your personality and style, and it doesn’t matter if it’s vastly different from your high school or college persona!  From casual to formal class reunions, select a few simple items to create an outfit that is comfy, stylish and chic, and not to mention, the best representation of you!  And remember, the best accessory is confidence – so stand tall and proud…and smile! 

Here are some sophisticated wardrobe choices for any class reunion:

1)  LBD:  You can’t go wrong with a little black dress!

2)  Knee length dress:  Solid colors and refined prints are best.  Opt for a style that fits and flatters your figure, such as a sheath or a-line skirt.

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3)  Slim pants:  Depending on how formal the event is, slim black pants or dark denim are great options that can be easily dressed up with a blouse, heels, and pretty jewelry. 

4)  Blazer:  Pair this classic piece with everything from a floral dress to pants and a silk tank.

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I recently shot a Style video for eHow.com, with a classic and fabulous option for a casual 40th class reunion.  Just because the invitation says casual doesn’t mean your look has to be frumpy!  Watch it by clicking here. 

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Good Dresses for Traveling: eHow Style Video

The summer travel season is officially upon us!  But before we head to distant lands for some much deserved R&R, we need to do a little prep work – the most important being to pack a well stocked and versatile wardrobe!

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Here are some tips to keep in mind when packing for your upcoming vacation:

1) Pack clothing and accessories that are versatile.  Jeans, nice shorts, skirts, and good fitting dresses (short or maxi) are great travel options that can be dressed up or down.  Solid color tanks, tees and blouses are also smart choices.

2) Create multiple outfits by mixing and matching your items.  For example, wear a dress with flat sandals for day and when night falls, swap them out for sexy heels and jewelry.

3) Select items that travel well, are breathable and don’t wrinkle easily.  Cottons, knits, poly-blends, and silk jersey are best.

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I recently shot a Style video for eHow.com, with some great tips on how to pick the best dresses for traveling.  Watch it by clicking here.

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