10 Items To Add To Your Fall Wardrobe ASAP

10 Items To Add To Your Fall Wardrobe ASAP

Everyday essentials every girl needs for fall.

I've tackled the necessities of summer and winter wardrobes, but fall is simply the best when it comes to fashion.

1. Shirt dress.

Whether you prefer a T-shirt dress, a button-up on the fancier side, or a cozy long sleeve dress, shirt dresses are the best for fall because they are adaptable to the cool-in-the-mornings, warm-in-the-afternoons New England weather. Pair with tall boots, with or without leggings, and add a fun scarf to pull the look together, or a belt for a more professional vibe. Shop Target's collection of shirt dresses.

2. Cozy cardigans.

Can you even consider your wardrobe fall-ready if it lacks at least one super cozy cardigan sweater? I think not. Whether you prefer heavy, cable knit sweaters to keep you warm, or lighter, fashion sweaters to leave unbuttoned (if I button it, no one can see my cute outfit!), they are perfect to throw on on your way out the door. I buy all my favorite sweaters from Charlotte Russe.

3. Black leggings.

Leggings go with everything, especially in fall. Toss on a pair of leggings, and an oversized sweater, flannel, or long sleeve blouse, and you're good to go! They are comfortable, versatile, and SO easy. I stock up at Old Navy and Forever 21.

4. Flannels.

Is it even fall if you're not wearing a flannel at least once a week? You can find cute flannels to wear in both the men's and women's sections of stores like American Eagle.

5. Combat boots.

Combat boots by American Rag are my go-to shoe from October to the first snowfall. They are comfortable, cute, and oh-so-fall.

6. Knee-high boots.

Fall is all about the shoes, OK? Invest in a pair of knee-high, or at least tall up the leg, boots. They are a sexy addition to any classic fall outfit, and will definitely turn heads. Shop Designer Shoe Warehouse (DSW) or Nordstrom / Nordstrom Rack.

7. Suede skirt.

I love button up suede skirts, especially when paired with tall boots. Find all the cutest skirts at Urban Outfitters or Forever 21.

8. Jean jacket.

I am a firm believer in the jean jacket. They've been around for centuries, and if you can pull it off, go for it, girl! Just don't do so with blue denim jeans at the same time, please. Shop Rue21 or The Gap.

9. Sleeveless vest.

Hear me out on this one. I understand that vests are pointless and very preppy. But I adore them for fall fashion because they'll pull pretty much any outfit together. Don't knock it until you try it. Shop Kohl's or Target.

10. Scarves.

But you all knew this one already. My philosophy with scarves is the uglier it looks off, the cuter you can make it look on. Scarf wisely! Shop Target or Express.

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6 Colorful Hair Dye Trends You're Already Calling Your Salon For

*Calls hair stylist*

If you love colorful hair, and, like me, have spent hours admiring different colors and styles on Pinterest, then you need to see these hair dye trends. They are imaginative, beautiful, and very inspiring for your next trip to the salon.

1. Split Hair

This hair dye trend gives you the best of both worlds. You can have any combination of colors and not have to choose just one!

2. Sunset Hair

Sunset hair reminds me of Mardi Gras and King Cake. The colors are so pleasing and mesmerizing, and you won't have to look out the window for the sunset, you can just look in the mirror!

3. Underlayer Dye

This trend is for a more subtle look. You can dye just the underside of your hair so that the color can only be seen when in a ponytail or bun. Business on top, party underneath!

4. Dyed Bangs

This is another less extreme option. You can leave your hair its natural color and just dye your bangs. Or, like the picture, you can go all out and have two colors that compliment each other.

5. Colorful Highlights

This trend is just what it sounds like, and consists of one color as the base, with another brighter color as the highlights. Pink and yellow is my favorite combination for this trend.

6. Subtle Color

Another very understated and elegant option is to add some subtle hints of color throughout the hair. It almost blends in with the hair, but upon closer inspection opens up into layers of color.

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Bruno Mars And Cardi B Brought Back The 90s With The "Finesse" Remix And We Are THRIVING

They're straight stuntin' and we are loving it.

Those who grew up in the 90s and miss this era terribly, and for those who didn't, but wish they could've because they love the music and fashion the 90s had to offer, must be in music heaven right now!

The reason is because of the recently released remix of the song "Finesse" by Bruno Mars featuring Cardi B! Bruno Mars is known for bringing back 90s sound, style, and dance in his songs and music videos. For example, in the music video of one of Mars' other popular songs, "That's What I Like," he is wearing early 90s men's R&B fashion.

The original version of "Finesse" was featured on Mars' "24K Magic" album in 2016. The original version is just as good and fun to listen to, but with Cardi B's fire rapping included in the remix makes this version the perfect 90s comeback song. Overall, it just beautifully brings back the New Jack Swing sound so many people loved during the late 80s through the 90s!

According to Billboard,"Finesse" began at No.13 on the Digital Song Sales chart with 30,000 sold in the week of Jan. 4th. The song additionally drew 8.7 million U.S. streams in the week ending Jan. 4th.

I'm sure I'm not alone when I say that every time after hearing this song, I have to also listen to throwback New Jack Swing songs such as "Motownphilly" by Boyz II Men, "Poison" by Bell Biv DeVoe, "What About Your Friends" by TLC and more!

Not only is this song everything 90s, but so is the colorful music video. Cardi B is definitely "straight stuntin" in the video wearing ripped, high waisted denim shorts, a colorful bomber jacket, big hoop earrings, and striped tube socks while rocking a baseball cap backward to match.

Bruno Mars is also fashionably giving off 90s vibes by wearing a vertical striped shirt that, according to today.com, is reminiscent of Corey Matthews from "Boy Meets World", along with wearing denim jeans, and gold chains.

Along with everyone dressed in hot 90s fashion, most of the dance moves were also straight out of the 90s. In the music video, Bruno Mars, Cardi B, and the backup dancers incorporate 90s dance moves such as the Running Man, The Reebok, and from what I see, a little bit of the Roger Rabbit.

Let's also not ignore the music video's background! What a great way to pay homage to the 90s sketch comedy T.V. series, "In Living Color". I bet Damon and Keenan Wayans had deja vu after watching this music video.

This song is definitely on the top of my playlist and I hope more artists will create more like it!

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