Just look at how my blogger contributor has created a variety of looks to represent different elements of her personal style that she can effectively wear in the fall. You can be sexy, sophisticated and bold in an open cobalt blue suit with a black bra. You can also be powerful with a sense of delicacy in a powder pink trench and dainty open-toe heels with a business leather handbag.
If you're looking to become the better version of yourself, I suggest investing a little more time in getting dressed no matter what season it is but if you're going to build your wardrobe, fall should be your main focus. If dressing for style is new to you, it's always good to take baby steps so you can trust the effect of living in style and before you know it, you'll see how truly an impact it has on the person you are.
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