Fall stying ideas for women over 40

Looking fab and fashion forward for women over 40, as with all ages, needs style guides. With the right styling tips you can look gorgeous for work hours, casual occasions and relaxing times.

For starters, shop staples work for any age. Look for pieces that best fit you, your life style and personality. Elevate your wardrobe with updated pieces that keep your outfit looks polished and fresh.

Proportions are your front and center priority. This fall/winter season oversized silhouettes are having a big moment. Sweaters, cardigans, and blazers are highly trending in oversized and relaxed fits. Pair these a la mode pieces with fitted bottoms such as slim-fit pants.

Keep a couple of leather belts and high heel leather boots or unique slim stiletto heels to complement these chic outfits. Plaids and checks patterns are the true definition of fall/winter sartorial trends.

 A mid-thigh cardigan or knee length coat in black and white checks or tartan paired with faux leather pants in black is one fresh outfits theme you’d have to try right now.
Speaking of faux leather, it’s the hottest trend to revamp your fall/winter collection. The top look in which to turn heads for all the good reasons are by far a faux leather midi dress that’s making a comeback this fall.

Team it with tights and ankle boots. A pair of faux leather pants in fitted is a statement making piece that will glide easily into a wide variety of fashionable outfit ideas.
Blazers paired with a flattering pair of jeans are a classic look that you can copy in versatile color themes and styles of your preference. Incorporate the trending browns and neutral tones in your knitted sweaters, jumpers and blazers.

Wear a pale pink wrapped sweater, or rolled neck jumper with a faux leather pants in black or brown and ankle boots. Enrich your knitwear collection with a neutral vest, cashmere-blend jumper or slim fitted in greys and pale pinks.

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This article was written by guest author Reham selim.