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Business Casual in the Fall

By Wendy Lyn Phillips

Wendy Lyn PhillipsWendy Lyn Phillips is a beauty and image expert with 25 years’ experience. She is a speaker, TV host and author of the bestseller, Naked to Knockout™ Beauty from the Inside Out. Connect with her at WendyLynOnline.com.

 

 

 

Not all fall trending fashions are part of the portfolio you need for an improved image that translates to increased income! However, these top four additions will be worth your investment for what to wear to the office this season. Here are four Fall fashion trends that you can incorporate into your office attire.

 

John WrightCLASSY WITH GLASSES – If you’re like most men and wear glasses, get a bold pair with a sturdy frame that add architecture and frame your face for success. While others may not remember your name, they will remember your face!

 

COOL IN PLAID – Whether it’s with a fall-colored scarf, a tie like this one or a plaid vest, you’ll be sure to get noticed and a nod of approval from your peers, boss and potential clients. You don’t have to be rad for plaid, but it’s surely a “yes” this fall.

 

KILLER JACKETS – Think oversized outerwear from an overcoat to blazers in various fabrics. Opt for quality in a lightweight material, and you’ll get more than just heads turning.

 

COLOR – Have too much classic black and grey in your closet? This season, add a pop of color like a brilliant blue, burgundy, or camel. Yes, be Camel Chic! You can add color that gets attention with print socks such as these.

 

 

1. Newbee Fashion®, Unisex Fashion Glasses $10.99, Amazon.com

2. Roundtree & Yorke Plaid Silk Tie, $39.50, Macy’s

3. Tasso Elba Brushed Cotton Sportcoat, $79.99, Macy’s

4. Cremieux Plaid Socks, $14, Macy’s

 

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