This is Julia from Redeemed by Unfailing Love. I am a Jesus-loving, vintage kind of girl. I was honored when I was asked by Khloe to do a guest post on Fall fashion.
In this post I will touch on mixing and matching certain pieces of clothing to make an outfit that is comfortable, cute, and most importantly, modest.
The first thing to keep in mind when getting your fall wardrobe ready is to pick things that you are comfortable in. You will most likely choose to wear things you are comfortable in more often than things that are uncomfortable even if they are cute. Personally, I like a lot of sweaters for this time of year. Especially ones that I am not only comfortable in but also confident in. Below is a picture of a couple of my favorite sweaters. I like them because I can mix and match the same shoes and accesories with both of them. They each have navy blue in them and go well with gold-tone necklaces and headbands. I usually put a navy undershirt underneath. They go well with my new combat-style boots (shown in a later picture on this post) or my brown moccasins.
This is a jean dress I like to pair with my combat-styled boots and again the gold-tone necklaces. Sometimes I put on different colored tights to add flair to the outfit and to insure the dress is modest.
Now that I have talked a little bit about mixing and matching, and being confident and comfortable I am going to address what things can make you stand out when it comes to what you wear. The first thing is the accessories. How you accessorize can define your outfit and bring it to another level. You can simply wear a bandana as a headband or wear a of couple bracelets. Personally, I like to accessorize with necklaces. I have a few that I know will match just about any of my outfits.
The other thing that will not only make your outfits stand out, but also you as a person, is how you act. When you have a smile on your face and purposefully try to make other people's day better you stand out and just feel better as a whole. Stand up, have nice posture, and never forget to not be afraid to share what you believe in.
I hope you all enjoyed this post. A big thank you again to Klhoe to let me do this.
God bless you!