Fall Fashion Forward

Just because we don’t experience a prominent change of season in the City of Angels, doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the newest looks for the fall. Check out some of these hot looks:
Neon Pink
Shockingly sexy neon pink is seen on everything from frilly dresses to bold accessories. Ultra feminine Marc Jacobs and Michael Kors were seen sporting the high wattage hot pink hue down the runways of Fashion Week.
One Shoulder
Show a little skin this fall when the one-shoulder look makes a comeback in everything from cute tops to sophisticated dresses.
Structured Shape
Flaunting your figure will be back (goodbye billowy baby dolls!) with structured, built lines. Everything from jackets with square, boxy shoulders to an edgy, fresh update on the little black dress will be popular.

Classic Black and White
This refined, sophisticated combination holds strong for the fall months. Bold graphic patterns make a statement, while dresses tend to be capricious. Always a good choice: high quality separates.
Dark Glamour
Sporting an understated, Goth-inspired look will be big on the west coast as casual chic wearables. West Coast designers flaunt velvety jackets, distressed knits and old Hollywood-inspired Vintage.
Mod Metals
Metallics add shine and glam to the season with everything from sequins, shimmer, sparkle, glitz and embellishments.
Courageous Cuts
Cutting edge creations are bold, sexy and provocative. From plunging necklines to daring cutouts, this time of year exhibits a fresh new way to look at fashion.

About the Author
Kimberly Fisher is a freelance writer based in Manhattan Beach, CA and Las Vegas, NV. She specializes in travel, lifestyle and fashion. Born with restless feet, she enjoys traveling and is always on the lookout for a new experience. So far she has traveled to over 37 countries and almost every US state. Her work has appeared in various English print and online media. Please direct inquiries to: k@kimberlyfisher.com

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