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Variety of Looks for this Fall, 2011

This FALL try taking some Risk with Your Wardrobe

Fashion looks Fall 2011 Fashion Week—or, as they say in the biz, Fashion Month, if you include the London, Milan and Paris shows!—isn’t yet over, but we can already spot more than a dozen new fall trends that we can’t wait to wear. Here, the most stylish—and least scary!—of the bunch:  Read More http://www.glamour.com/fashion/2011/02/fall-2011s-most-wearable-trends#ixzz1T2pAaAvpThis Fall, go ahead and try something different with your color palette, particularly Length and Shapes. You might even want to go for a NEW Hairstyle and Make-up choice. The sky’s the limit. Historically, Fashion has pretty much attempted to dictate what a Woman should be sporting on the streets without giving much thought to the many types of Women that partake in this Gourmet of Rags. Listen and pay attention. They’re only two things that matter when a Woman gets dressed, in spite of the occasion.

1) You ask yourself “…does this out fit fully work for ME (Height, Color, Shape and Lifestyle)” ?

2) Did I spend too much money for what I am wearing or did You  come out like a bandit, period.

The Rest is up to the PERSONALITY You are willing to bring to whatever LOOK You’ve decided to own. And. It is very OK that Every human being that You pass on the Street, commune with in the Subway or at Work, does  not love what you are wearing. Maybe even some Pets might disagree. But. It’s ALL good. Fashion is about the PARTICIPANT, that’s You. You must “Own” your Look. Not monetarily but psychologically. Your Style and your Choices should belong ONLY, to You. So there. This there are my Tips for enjoying  your Fashions.

Enjoy the Grandeur of Fall and Celebrate Your Specialness in the most Fashionable Way “You”  know how.

….please CLICK HERE and get some ideas for Yourself

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