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Moody Florals

There’s no need to retire your floral prints once the weather cools off. Try some darker, moodier floral print dresses and skirts for fall and winter. You can try pairing the rich hued floral with leather or a cozy knit to add some texture and interest to your look.

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Leather

Leather is everywhere this fall; we’re talking way beyond a classic leather jacket! If a full leather dress seems to be a bit much, try a leather skirt with a chunky knit sweater for the perfect fall to winter outfit. Try pairing a jewel-toned leather skirt with a matching sweater for a fun monochromatic look.

 

Cozy Outerwear

I’m so glad to see that furry fuzzy outerwear is still very much on trend this season. Sure, a puffer coat is great for winter, but have you tried a plush faux fur coat? It’s basically like being a real life snuggly teddy bear and I’m mad about it!

 

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Leopard Print

Okay, so this is a trend you’re either going to hate or love but if you’re all about animal print, this is your season! Dresses, cozy sweaters, outerwear, and accessories are all being done in leopard print this season. Personally, I’ll be sitting this one out but I may wear it in small doses – with a cute pair of leopard print loafers for example.

 

Chunky Ankle Boots

Chunky combat boots and lug-sole boots were seen all over the fall runway and they’ve been growing on me. My favorite way to wear them is pairing them with something extra feminine and girly; the combination of edgy/tough and ultra-girly is a really great way to play into this trend.

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Shira Rosenbluth, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker in New York City. She has a passion for helping people feel their best in their body at any size and specializes in the treatment of disordered eating, eating disorders, and body-image dissatisfaction using a weight-neutral approach. She’s also the author of TheShiraRose.com, a popular body positive style blog. You can find her on Instagram @theshirarose. Find more about her therapy practice at ShiraRosenbluthLCSW.com.