Project Closet: Debbie Wright Presents What NOT To Wear This Fall

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Fashionista, Style Consultant and Author, Debbie Wright is back with more style tips for your closet, and your business!  Check out her tips, then get ready to reinvent YOUR wardrobe!

The Fall is definitely here, and while a fashionista like Debbie usually focuses on the latest seasonal trends, this week she’d like to give a quick rundown of what NOT to wear for the Fall.  Get informed and manage your wardrobe accordingly!

1. Open Toe Shoes

Even though we can still possibly have some warmer weather, pack them away til the Spring– they’re done for the year, so say goodbye.  It’s times to keep those toes warm as the weather gets colder.  Invest in a new pair of pumps, and clunky platform shoes are still big and they’re great for Fall.

2.  No Socks with Flats

NO SOCKS with Flats!  If you’re wearing flats, pair them with tights instead.

3.  Sweatshirts

The sweatshirts are back with a vengeance, but avoid the logo ones or the hoodies while you’re out doing your thing.  Opt for something more stylish, solid colored or in patterns.  Wear them with skinny jeans and ankle boots.  Put away the logo sweatshirts, and save those for your pajamas.

4. Severely Distressed & Ripped Jeans

Some of these are so exaggerated, there’s barely any denim there.  Too much is too much, and the distressed jeans are NOT worth the huge money they cost.  You can wear denim that’s slightly distressed, but team it with a polished, tailored blazer and a use pair of heels to offset the little rip.  This will make it look modern and cool, instead of “hobo-chic.”

5.  Straw Hats

Put those straw hats and fedoras away, and replace them with a nice wide brim felt hat.

For more tips for your closet or your business, check out Debbie Wright’s website at projectcloset.com.

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