It might still be hot and humid in many parts of the country, but the fall season is coming whether it feels like it or not. But don’t worry if you’ve put off coming up with your autumn wardrobe because Shopsvelte is here to save the day (and the season!) with Part 2 of our Rough and Ready Guide Fall Shapewear Fashion.
Mix Things Up This Fall With Shapewear Combinations
If you were with us last time, you know we were all about leggings. But this time out, we’re expanding our horizons a bit by presenting some exciting shapewear combinations. Read on to find out how you can shine just as brightly as the changing leaves.
- Neutral and dark colored skirts are often your best bet in the fall but don’t be afraid to spice up your autumn look with brightly colored or plaid tops. You can go with an off-shoulder top with a tank underneath while the weather’s still warm– we suggest splashy reds and blues — and when the temperature drops, you can pair your skirt with a darker full sleeve collar top.
Whichever way you go, we think you’ll find that both of these combinations will be a simple yet flashy way to transition you into winter.
Fall’s The Perfect Time for Breaking Out the Denim
Denim is certain to be big again this fall, especially outfits that are centered on the versatility of high-waisted shapewear. And it should go without saying that denim skirts never go out of style. Here are two ways to make your denim snap from September until November.
- A white or cream colored Oxford style top will create a delicate contrast with your denim shapewear, while earth-tone sweaters will keep you warm, comfortable, and stylish all season long. And when it comes to footwear, consider matching up your denim outfits up with bright colored flats for a stronger contrast and dark-colored tall boots will accentuate your silhouette beautifully this fall.
Enjoy Fall While it Lasts
Fall seems to run away from us quickly these days. Slow it down this year by matching up your look with the colors of the season and you’ll feel better going into what could feel like a long winter.