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If you’re now eating for two, you should dress for two as well. Don’t embarrass your future son or daughter just because it’s getting cold. With so many cute sweater dresses on the market, you have no excuse not to be cozy and stylish.
A scoop neck fitted sweater dress is the perfect piece to add to your wardrobe. It’s simple and effortless; just throw it on and head out the door. We love the olive green Long Sleeve Maternity Sweater Dress available at A Pea in the Pod.
Furthermore, make it a mixed and playful ensemble with a pair of shoes from Ash Footwear, something like these plantine ankle boots!
A soft luxurious cashmere dress feels great when the weather takes a turn for the worst. Mallory Cashmere Maternity Sweater Dress by Maternal America is a great option for meeting some friends for lunch or a day running errands. Featuring a flared skirt and long sleeves, this dress is great for all pregnant ladies, no matter your body type.
Loft’s Maternity Pearlized Collar Sleeveless Sweater Dress may not be the warmest option but it’s a great knit for any occasion. Make it warmer by adding a great structured jacket and some super soft tights.
Now that my last runway article highlighted some of the unique and obscure designer looks, it is only fair that I also discuss the tamer, more wearable looks for Fall 2013. One of the items that is trending big this year in men’s fashion is the “overcoat”. Created from such luxurious fabrics as Merino Wool and Cashmere, overcoats can be a fashionably versatile piece to add to your Fall/Winter wardrobe. Given these choices of fabric, expect upcoming coats to be quite expensive – using a basic bank account, which typically doesn’t include an overdraft option, isn’t the best way to go.
When the weather starts turning cooler, it’s time to break out the sweaters. For your wardrobe, sweaters are versatile as layering pieces or to stand alone. At Macy’s they have a great selection of different sweaters that include: turtlenecks, full and half zip, cable, argyle, vintage, cashmere, ribbed, cardigan, slim-fitting, and chunky knit styles. For around $29.99 to $329.99, the choices are endless.
As the Summer starts to fade, the clothing colors become richer and the fabrics become a little weightier. In the magazines and on the street, you begin to see more of the greys, chocolate browns, navy blues, and deep burgundy hues in suits, sports jackets, trousers, and shirts. One way to keep your darker colored clothing from becoming drab, is to dress them up with interesting ties for Fall 2012. All across the Web are huge selections of designer ties in many different fabrics, patterns, and colors.
INFEASIBLE: Cashmere sweaters with silly designs on them
Just because you’re rocking a cashmere (oooh, ahhh) sweater doesn’t mean you have style. No fabric could save a sweater like this one; I mean, there are stars on the friggin’ sleeves. What the hell were they thinking??
Feasible: Cashmere sweaters with dark trims
(Brought to you by Bluefly)
Bon Vivant tipped me off to this fabulous piece. Love the color, love the trim, love the price (under $100). I’m friggin’ buying it, why not YOU?
INFEASIBLE: Cardigans with “attitude”
(From Attitude Clothing)
Cardigans are a simple, comfortable and refined clothing. Cardigans, like the one above, with red and black stripes shit on this notion. Unless you’re going to a punk concert or looking for a new way to lash out against your ascot-wearing parents, don’t even think about buying something like this.
Feasible: Cashmere cardigans
(Brought you by Nordstrom’s)
Soft, stylish, and a color that complements any t-shirts you could think to wear under it, this is one of the best cardigans I’ve come across. Bravo Theory.