The Fall Fashion feature in the Fall 2010 issue of Sudbury Living was shot on location at the Anderson Farm in Lively. Featured fashions are from Fashion Fair in Lively.
Creative Layering: Dress for any kind of winter weather by adding lots of creative, chic and appealing layers. Use textured fabrics, soft knits, chunky jewelry and a colorful scarf to create a stylish yet comfortable look. When layering clothing keep in mind that an oversized knit sweater or jacket will work well with sleeker pieces such as a slim pair of pants or a pencil skirt. Refrain from layering oversized sweaters, tops and jackets with loose pants or skirts. Creative layering is done to create a chic and stylish look. It is a selective process that involves layering a dress shirt, frilly top or funky t-shirt with a long loose knit sweater, a sleek lined jacket and wrap around silk scarf. Leggings, short dresses and vests can also be worn with the layered look.
Monochromatic Tones: Soft gray, dense blues, rich browns, basic black, creams and taupe in warm and muted tones can be worn to create a sleek and visually appealing look. Monochromatic tones work best when the clothing is textured and layered to balance out the basic color scheme.
Gold and silver are eternally stylish. Long necklaces, delicate charms, large pendants, bangle bracelets and loop earrings will make an outfit look complete. Jewelry does not have to break the bank account. Funky chic pieces can often be found at vintage jewelry stores, pawn shops and second hand stores. The key to wearing jewelry and accessories is originality. Take a chance with one or two designer pieces or invest in some quality costume jewelry. Take an outfit to the next level with fun and fabulous gold and silver toned accessories.