Top Ten Fashion Picks | Fall 2010

#1 Shades of Gray.
Always a fall favorite. Pair your grays with chocolate brown, camel and navy for a fresh twist this season.

#2 The Broken Suit.
Pairing a business jacket with professional slacks and skirts is always less formal than traditional suiting yet still authoritative and polished.

#3 Military Inspired Jackets.
They work as well with jeans as they do with simple skirts and dresses. Don’t over-accessorize these statement pieces. Let their signature buttons and other embellishments take center stage.

#4 Colorful Tees and Scarves.
Basic tees in a rainbow of colors serve as the perfect backdrop for equally colorful oblong scarves that you wrap and drape over your silhouette. Corduroy and jean jackets compliment this casual look well.

#5 Textured Hosiery.
Legs go to new heights with patterned tights, leggings and socks that complement the day of the week, outfit and occasion.

#6 Boots.
Ground your fall/winter looks with boots in all shapes, sizes and heel heights. From peep-toe stiletto booties to over the knee, flatter styles, boots are a force to be reckoned with this season!

#7 Big, Bold Belt.
Cinch your waist while instantly upping your style quotient. Fall sweaters, dresses, jackets and coats work particularly well with the weight of heavier leather belts.

#8 Signature Coats.
Overcoats in a variety of lengths, patterns, colors and textures are a great way to add style to basic neutral clothing. Think animal prints, embellishments such as fur trim and interesting top stitching and pocket placements to add just the right punch.

#9 Lady-like Satchels.
Polished and pretty, they are more structured than last season’s hobo-inspired looks. The primary way to carry them is with their clutch handle. Many also sport a longer strap so you can wear over your shoulder or across your body messenger style.

#10 Layered Necklaces.
Visit your jewelry box and go crazy! Or select a date and have a Premier Designs jewelry home show. Not only will you get to see over 200 samples from our current line, but you will also get to see some jewelry combinations to spice up your clothing wardrobe. Layer long necklaces with short necklaces and mix pearl strands with chain links until you land on just the right combination to complement the neckline you are working to fill!

Happy shopping!

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